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Posted by: Bobby | 2004/10/20

beurgers disease

My husband was recently diagnosed as having beurgers disease
and was advised to give up smoking, which he has done with the help of Zyban, that was about a month ago. The reverse effects haven't taken place yet, if anything he feels worse and is experiencing stiffness. Shouldn't he be starting to feel the reverse effects by now?

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Bobby, one would have expected a change for the better by now. There might be other factors that need to be eliminated like:
1. Chemicals – iodine, aspirin, etc.
2. Excessive cold.
3. Poorly fitting foot wear.
4. Fungal infections.
The best would for him to see his doctor and find out why there is still a deterioration in his condition. Good luck.
PS The correct spelling is Buerger’s disease or thromboangiitis obliterans if you want to search the Net.

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