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constant pain.

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • February 27, 2007
  • 01:27 PM

12 0r 13 yrs ago I had a nasty pain in my neck after sawing a load of wood,after a month or two I suddenly experienced what I can only describe as an explosion of pain mid spine, I was sent for a scan, when I arrived at the hospital I was told that they werent scanning mid spine but only the neck area. The doctor was very unhelpful. To cut a very long story short I now have severe pain mid and lower spine coupled with alarming stiffnes,terrible numbness of hands or pins and needles and swelling of my head. I dont have any energy and have been feeling really rough and short of breath,my hands or joints will suddenly swell up for no reason.Any ideas?

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  • There is a bug going around your system- your body try to target it but instead it acts against you (hit and miss game). Something is colonizing your joints and muscles.Inflammation is the body's natural mechanism to fight pathogens. When the body can't rid itself from the pathogens it keeps trying and trying so doctors call that "autoimmune" (doctors don't know about the pathogen). The pathogens are there, but doctors usually can't detect them.Doctor expect fever or they won't call it an infection. What I am telling you is more about Oriental Medicine theory on "Autoimmune" and Pain.There is plenty you can do about it.*Visit a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, if the person has a certification on Jaffe Mellor, even better. This doctor can give you a "gentle drainage" to clear up your body from the toxins that your body is producing and that are giving you the pain. The body produces the toxins as a weapon against pathogens. This toxins cause organ inflammation and general fatigue.The doctor can work on your pain too with acupressure or needles. They are very resourceful. They don't ignore pain complains!*Take turmeric.*Drink homemade ginger tea.*Rub Oil of Oregano where it hurts.*If you suspect infection, take the oil of oregano orally.*Take a High Quality multivitamin with querecitin.*Reduce your ingestion of Omega 6, dairy, wheat.*Drink 8+ glasses of water.Take Care.Eatafruit78
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    • February 27, 2007
    • 02:30 PM
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