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Inherited collagen disorders and fatigue states

Discussion in 'Connective Tissue Disorders/Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome' started by wastwater, Sep 5, 2014.

  1. wastwater

    wastwater Senior Member

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  2. Sushi

    Sushi Senior Member Albuquerque

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    Did you mean to give a link to an article?
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    was just wondering if anyone has inherited genetic disorders of collagen building blocks
     
  4. alex3619

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    Lots of people here have such disorders. This appears to be a risk factor. Run a search and you will find lots and lots of discussion here.
     
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    Thanks for the replys
     
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    If there was a collagen building block missing how would the immune system react on discovering this maybe it would only take a common virus to get a reaction going that wouldn't switch off.In many ways the immune system would be acting correctly
     

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