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Dr. Clement Michet - Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN is a great Rheumatologist - leading edge Dr

Dr. Clement Michet is located at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. He’s a great Rheumatologist with leading edge treatments.

HI CAROLYN, SO SORRY I DIDN'T GET BACK TO UR EMAIL, I HAVE BEEN PRETTY SICK & NOW HAVE THE STOMACH FLU BAD...YUCK!!! SO, ANYWAYS, HAPPY THAT JACKIE IS DOING WELL, SORRY TO HEAR BOUT THE CELIAC, BUT AT LEAST SHE KNOWS NOW AND CAN PREVENT ATTACKS W/ DIET CHOICES, THAT WILL HELP HER LOTS!!!.....ALTHOUGH I AM SURE IT IS DIFFICULT! BUT, AS WE KNOW, SHE IS ONE TOUGH COOKIE!!! :) (MUST GET IT FROM HER MOMMA, ;)) OK, WELL, THANKS FOR POSTING THIS INFO., WISH TO THE GOOD LORD I COULD FLY THERE TOMM. TO BE SEEN, 9SOUNDS LIKE A DR. HOUSE TO ME, LOL) I AM BACKED AGAINST A WALL WITH ALL OF THIS RE: HEALTHCARE, TREATMENTS & DOCS....IT IS SO SAD... AND IT REALLY IS UPSETTING ME....BUT, I AM STRONG, TOO!!! TELL JACKIE I SAID HI! AND AS ALWAYS U & HER & UR WHOLE FAM. IS IN MY PRAYERS ALWAYS....SO GLAD SHE IS DOING WELL, KEEP ME POSTED!! {{HUGS}} TO u BOTH! SUZIE :0)

Hi Suzie - I hope you feel better soon. Good luck with your healthcare. Remember to have them check your IL6 marker. If it's high, Actemra helps reduce this marker.

Mayo Clinic recommends that you look at your Diet. There is lots of Gluten hidden in products (soy sauce, barbeque sauce, and many products). It may help relieve symptoms if you reduce the amount of Gluten in your diet. The food industry is a billion dollar industry and it wll take lots to try an improve this industry.

Hugs to you....stay strong and keep being the great warrior that you are! Carolyn xxoo

THANKS SO MUCH CAROLYN!!! I SO APPRECIATE IT, AND PLEASE U DO THE SAME, AS WELL AS UR STRONG BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER! :wink: STAY IN TOUCH!! {{HUGS}} SUZIE :0)

Carolyn said:

Hi Suzie - I hope you feel better soon. Good luck with your healthcare. Remember to have them check your IL6 marker. If it's high, Actemra helps reduce this marker.

Mayo Clinic recommends that you look at your Diet. There is lots of Gluten hidden in products (soy sauce, barbeque sauce, and many products). It may help relieve symptoms if you reduce the amount of Gluten in your diet. The food industry is a billion dollar industry and it wll take lots to try an improve this industry.

Hugs to you....stay strong and keep being the great warrior that you are! Carolyn xxoo

i am from chicago,il any doctots here? i am new to this please add me as friend, i am so scared they say in the united states, if you get an attack where you cannot breathe they can not give you anything ,they have not pass this law you have to suffer, so please lets try tp pass this law somehow,also for copd the same way!

Hi Christine,

i just saw this post and am not sure which law you're talking about. Can you tell me more about what is scaring you?

about gluten: I saw my rheumy yesterday and told her what a vast improvement I made by cutting gluten out of my diet. I hope she will remember this and have her other patients try it if they have as much pain as I did.



Carolyn said:

Hi Suzie - I hope you feel better soon. Good luck with your healthcare. Remember to have them check your IL6 marker. If it's high, Actemra helps reduce this marker.

Mayo Clinic recommends that you look at your Diet. There is lots of Gluten hidden in products (soy sauce, barbeque sauce, and many products). It may help relieve symptoms if you reduce the amount of Gluten in your diet. The food industry is a billion dollar industry and it wll take lots to try an improve this industry.

Hugs to you....stay strong and keep being the great warrior that you are! Carolyn xxoo



Carolyn said: Janice - It’s great that you feel better now and that your pain is less now that you cut gluten ou of your diet. How much did it reduce your pain level?



janice said:
about gluten: I saw my rheumy yesterday and told her what a vast improvement I made by cutting gluten out of my diet. I hope she will remember this and have her other patients try it if they have as much pain as I did.

Carolyn said:

Hi Suzie - I hope you feel better soon. Good luck with your healthcare. Remember to have them check your IL6 marker. If it's high, Actemra helps reduce this marker.

Mayo Clinic recommends that you look at your Diet. There is lots of Gluten hidden in products (soy sauce, barbeque sauce, and many products). It may help relieve symptoms if you reduce the amount of Gluten in your diet. The food industry is a billion dollar industry and it wll take lots to try an improve this industry.

Hugs to you....stay strong and keep being the great warrior that you are! Carolyn xxoo

Gluten can be found in make-up, toothpaste, mouthwash and on and on and on. Mayo is the best. My hubby would have died without Dr Murray and Dr. Barton who was doing a fellowship at the time under Dr Murray. Dr Murray is one of the foremost doctors on celiac disease in the world. My husband was not eating gluten but got very ill again. First thing out of Dr Murrays mouth was that it was going to be "something simple like Sensodyne toothpaste or Scope mouthwash that is making you so ill." He used both and no where could we find that he shouldn't use them. He was diagnosed at Northwestern Univ Hospital in Chicago and even they didn't have that info at the time which was 5 years ago.

Janice, I have a great doctor in South Elgin which is about 40 miles west of Chicago straight out 90