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LJenai
Friday, September 1, 2006, 3:54pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I have little red bumps coming up everywhere on my body. My dermatologist told me they were cherry angioma. Basically parts of little blood vessels that are popping through the surface making these "red freckle" things. Except worse because they grow and grow. I found something on the internet and am trying to use it to get rid of some of the larger ones. The dermatologist said she could freeze them off but more would come. Yes, I can see...there are more.

My question is if anyone has found anything either to treat topically or internally that would keep these from growing? Maybe there is a supplement that would make my vessels and veins stronger? Then, would this still happen? I don't know.

She said it's common about age 40 these things start. Well, I'm 39 and have had several for several years, but I'm telling you, in the last year they have started popping up everywhere.

Does anyone have any help????
Thanks.
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how long have you been eating right?

give your body time to detox, and give BT nutrition time to show the difference it will make overall.


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I have little red bumps coming up everywhere on my body. My dermatologist told me they were cherry angioma. Basically parts of little blood vessels that are popping through the surface making these "red freckle" things. Except worse because they grow and grow.


Oh MY GOODNESS, thank you, LJenai for posting this!! I stated to get these about 2 years ago (I am 43), and now I have lots of them.  My daughter, who is 22, is already starting to get a few!! I asked the DR about them, twice even, and he just said they are a kind of age spot   (did he say I was getting OLD  ) that it is normal for some people and not to worry about them.  Well, I do and don't like them at all.  Have never heard of anyone else having them. Add those to the occasional pimple that sometimes come around, I don't know if I am young or old  , There is no doubt that they are exactly what you said, blood vessels popping through the surface.  Now that can't be healthy    I don't remember as I type this what your blood type is, but with Os having thin blood, I wonder if it is more common with them. Sandy O
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OOppss, just saw your are an A.  Guess that throws the O issue out the window  
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Lola
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body brushing is also worth looking into.......


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LJenai
Friday, September 8, 2006, 10:28pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Well I've been eating really good for about 2 1/2 years. I followed the blood type diet and then began eating raw and I am now trying to incorporate the two together. When I first started raw I was eating things like bananas to make my green smoothies because they seemed to be the only thing that helped take away the bitter taste, but now I'm not and consequently, I'm not drinking as many green smooties either.  

But, I eat really well, lift weights 3 times a week and usually get in cardio two times a week for sure, but aiming for 3.

I e-mailed a holistic dermatologist on the internet. He said he would do a phone consultation with me. I'm sure I'll do it after I get some photos. He'll probably not tell me anything new, but I have to ask.

When I find that site where I ordered the 'medicine" to take these away, I'll post the link. I'm not consistent enough (it takes a while to dry after applying) so I haven't seen any progress yet.

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LJenai
Friday, September 8, 2006, 10:30pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Oh and I don't body brush, although I have the T-Tapp brush, because I use that fake tanning lotion.

But, I could try in a month or so. The fake tans makes the cherry angiomas not look so bad to me. I hate them. If you could see my dad's stomach and back, you would understand my fear.  
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ISA-MANUELA
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I saw several people successfully taking L'Lysine and then after a month to two...L'Arginine....

and later there's a Whole bunch called Solgar:amino 75...very lecker
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LJenai
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Okay, here is the site where I ordered the Blemish-be-gone for my cherry angiomas.

http://www.blemish-be-gone.com/cherryangiomaremoval-p-14.html

And Tomatilla, where did you see or read someone taking L-Lysine and L'Arginine, etc. for successful cherry angioma removal? I have L-Lysine but usually only take it for fever blisters when they begin to come up, but that gets rid of them if I catch them early.

Any additional info. is appreciated!! THANKS!!
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ISA-MANUELA
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very often when problems with skin are appearing, there's an imbalance with aminoacids; and here I made the test with my vegatester and saw in almost of all clients, that all lacked in both aminoacids..
so far the best of all was later, to get them on amino 75 of Solgar but you might use other products as well
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Victoria
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I am wondering if additional vit C/bioflavanoids would help to strengthen capillaries?

And avoid all avoids!  



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How is your Omega-3 intake? How is your oil-in-general intake?

I would not have them removed, if I were you. This is a less serious condition than you will have if you remove them, since your body is acting to heal.

You might consider homeopathy. This is the sort of thing that homeopathy is noted for handling extremely well. I can turn you on to my homeopath, if you are interested. She does phone consults. In fact, here is her web site:
http://carepathpartners.com/

Rosemary's fees are very reasonable.
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LJenai
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Koolaid,
Homeopathy handles "this" pretty well? Do you mean cherry angiomas specifically or body imbalances in general. Yes, I will check out her website. Thank you. And, no I don't take a separate Omega-3 supplement but have been considering it due to a doctor talking on the Cooper Wellness Center radio program.

Tomatilla,

I'm not following you exactly. What do you mean you made a test with "my vegatester and saw in almost of all clients, that all lacked in both aminoacids." ? Have you seen anyone with cherry angiomas where they went away due to these amino acids? What skin problems did you see solved? Warts? dark patches? Etc.?

And I'm willing to give all these aminos a try. What do you suggest? L-Lysine a month or two then L'Arginine (for how long?) and then the Solgar 75? Or are you saying to keep taking these all together...like start the L-Lysine then add L'Arginine and then add Solgar 75?

THANKS!!
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I have tried to get comments on cherry angiomas in the past, and no one spoke up, so I am delighted you have raised the issue again.  I have had these for a couple of years, after a very few that popped up years ago after surgery.  At the time, I was told they are a) not dangerous, b) often occur when hormones are disrupted (as with female surgery), c) genetic (run in families--and both my maternal grandmother and my dad had them), d) can turn up on men as well as women (not sure where that leaves the hormones).  I finally went for laser removal (dermatologist's wife also had them, they came on right after her first child).  Since you get a certain amount of time in the appointment, I had him zap about 20 larger ones (he said it sometimes takes a few repetitions) as well as two tiny ones on my face.  The next day was fine, the day after that I had hundreds of little red dots near the sits of the "zapped" spots.  Needless to say, I have not gone back!  They seem to seed themselves like dandelions.  I keep trying to see a diet connection--I consume flax oil and olive oil and a lot of fish, so assume my oils are ok.  I have stopped taking progesterone, fearing that what triggers them is alterations in hormone ratios.  I'd love to know.  In the meantime, I am trying to concentrate on having a positive attitude despite spottiness.  I look around--lots of us have less than perfect skin, and there is always paint.
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try supplementing with the amino acids Isa mentioned.


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yes so it is, my Vegatester is a machine computerized for getting even préclinical results and Solgars' amino 75 are one of the bests of al thanks Lola
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Wow, Elizabeth.  How frustrating.  You would think the Dr. might have warned you that it might be a possibility.  
I can't see any way progesterone would stimulate that effect, it might even help to prevent it.  Mine appeared during a year when I had stopped my topical application of progesterone.



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LJenai
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Ah, yes, well what my dermatologist said was if she did "zap" them, they would come back somewhere else. So, I haven't had any zapped. Yes, dandelions is right. To me, I can watch one form. I get this little bump, and then it looks like a pimple and then it looks like a red dot trying to break through the skin and then...pop...a baby cherry angioma that then grows. I don't know if they stop at some point or not. I have four that are pretty big. So, I don't know if all these "babies" will grow also.

However, if I follow Tomatilla's advice these will stop growing and stop forming...is that what you are saying Tomatilla?? I will get the Solgar 75. Again, can you recommend a schedule of how to take this? Do I just take it according to the label instructions? Also, do I start with the L-Lysine and move to the L-Arginine and then the Solgar 75? Or just start with the Solgar 75? I'll order one or all of these as soon as I'm clear on the dosage.

THANK YOU to everyone. Maybe there is hope???  
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Victoria--now that you mention it, me too.  I stopped as part of an anti-candida effort.  Thanks.  
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LJenai, I'm not a homeopath, but I've done quite a bit of reading and have found that skin conditons are a strong symptom that homeopaths have worked with over their many years of training and learning. They are good indicators of the underlying source of your trouble and lead the homeopath to the right cure. Also, because it is a superficial problem (even though it doesn't seem superficial to you), your body's vital force is active, which means that homeopathy can be an effective treatment. Frequently the skin is the first "organ" affected by an internal affliction, making it easier to cure if you treat homeopathically.

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I've started taking L-Lysine and will call the homeopath recommended by Koolaid to ask more about the supplementation. I wanted to mention that the protein drink I make in the morning has 997 mg of Arginine and 2483 mg of Lysine per scoop.

Oh, wait, I just looked it up and as an A I'm not supposed to have whey protein?? UGH!!!! It's advertised as the best tasting protein on the planet...and it has been!

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Quoted from LJenai
I've started taking L-Lysine and will call the homeopath recommended by Koolaid to ask more about the supplementation. I wanted to mention that the protein drink I make in the morning has 997 mg of Arginine and 2483 mg of Lysine per scoop.

Oh, wait, I just looked it up and as an A I'm not supposed to have whey protein?? UGH!!!! It's advertised as the best tasting protein on the planet...and it has been!


LJenai-you may want to try NAP's Protein Powder for A's.  It has no whey in it.  

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yup LJenai, you made it ok... first L'Lysine...next L'Arginine...but here have an eye on this situation:
when there's an imbalance between Arginine and Lysine, almost the so called pimples might appear..thatswhy when this is happening...with L'Arginine...so keep on the track of L'Lysine because they are working...agonist...and antagonist....and then after a month, or even when all supps are ready
take the Solgar for a good balancement....and normally here I've got the most success because in my A clients nothing grow...anymore
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Tomatilla--  How about your O clients?  Does this really work for them too?  Thanks!
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