Treato analyzes billions of patient discussions to understand what patients are saying
about their experience with regard to their treatments, diseases and side effects.
Treato algorithmically identifies patients' positive experiences about medications
within their Web posts, for example acne that cleared up, high blood pressure that was
reduced, a certain drug that "worked", and so forth.
Treato aggregates all of these discussions to calculate how many positive patient
posts each medication received, relative to other drugs. Note that positive patient
posts about medications are always aggregated in relation to a specific condition,
since the same medication may be used for more than one condition.
and the most recent one is treating it as Sjogrens...
"...not firmly diagnose me with Sjogrens. I had a negative lip biopsy and positive labs. I have had several rheumatologists and the most recent one is treating it as Sjogrens and possible sarcoidosis ... "
"...for sjogrens and I even had a lip biopsy which came back negative. After doing some research through this web site and my own reading I convinced my rheumy to prescribe me plaquinel 200 mg 2x daily... "
Thankfully my docs are treating me for sjogrens regardless...
"...and it's partner AI's are ALL confusing. My lip biopsy was negative too (and ...of sjogrens, just am seronegative. Thankfully my docs are treating me for sjogrens regardless of seronegative and... "
be given the same treatment as some with Sjogren's even...
"...Tissue Disease/ Early Sjogren's Syndrome. My lip biopsy ...the diagnosis. You'll be given the same treatment as some with Sjogren's even if you don't have the diagnosis.
I've been on Plaquenil ... "
similar. I have primary Sjogren's diagnosed my lip...
"...Sjogren's diagnosed my lip biopsy and nuclear scan. Neg. antibodies for SS AND for RA. My other inflammatory levels are usually normal too so I am seronegative all around. However I respond well... "
lip biopsy and DX with sjogren's with possible Lupus. The...
"...Lupus anticoagulant, anti-cardiolipin, sed rate on 3-4 different testings and ongoing joint pain, fatigue etc...). The only thing the 1st rheumy did is try different NSAID's. I went to the second... "