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Re: Ex. @ AHR


your post makes alot of sense, i dont have much time right now to reply but if u think about what i did, by using efudex to kill the faster growing cells, to use laser treatment to kill the cells living beneath the layers of skin, and to surgically remove a portion of my lip that was affected clearly demonstrates that there is something affecting the cellular mechanism and its reproduction. my biopsy showed fungus, but nothing that was out of the ordinary. thats why fungus creams for me stopped all peeling. but once i stopped meds it began again. it wasnt a clear resolution. ive personally always thought its fungus but i cant say for sure. but now that i could have possibly removed the majority of the burden maybe im winning the battle.

note this. when my immune system is down my lips were always at there worst. if i were studying or sick they would be unbearable. if i get a sinus infection they were so bad and red and inflammed. the immune system is fighting something there. when sick or ill or stressed the immune system attacks those areas of the body that need it most. therefore my lips were left to bear the burden of the fungus or whatever it is so i could heal elsewhere. there is no other logical explanation. also, from what u said, i have readjusted the so called peeling by the workout techniques that i complete so that my lips dont peel anymore. somehow it has helped trick the memory of the lips to being normal again.
 

 
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