How To Get Relief From Graves Disease

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Diana Christiana Says:
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My mother is 86. Has Graves' disease
She is going blind in both eyes. Severe pain. What other relief.

Thank you for your help

Sincerely

Diana Christiana



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Diana! How is your mother? I'm very sorry that she's suffering.

What medications is she on? What treatment options has her doctor offered?

I'm sorry, but I really don't know what to suggest, without knowing what has already been tried. Can you please post back with more details?

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