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  • Posted By: dragonlady
  • May 4, 2007
  • 04:18 AM

My husband is 59 years old. Last year around October, he had shingles at his chest area. He did not seek any medical treatment but went to some local person using candels to burn the shingles and he did not take any antibiotics. In early January 2007, he found a lump at his groin and later some started to grom on his heck and a mass in his stomach. He has grown thin and certain parts of his hands is itchy. Now both his testicles and penis are swollen. Doctor in the local hospital cannot diagnose what he is sufferring from. Can anyone help me?

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  • Dear Dragonlady...please visit www.ahummingbirdsguide.com there you will find an extensive list of sx...I'm not saying this is the problem, I'm only saying it's a possibility and worth a few minutes to look at...Please read threads entitled "Contagious joint pain"(even though your husband does not have joint pain) and "It's a mystery until we solve it" perhaps this will shed some light on site mentioned above is a symptoms page...please write down every sx he has no matter how trivial it may seem...several people are unable to get a diagnosis due to the fact that their sx don't seem to follow any pattern (as in your husband) God Bless and Be Well...mommy cat
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