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Lymph node removal in August, new lymph node problems and pain

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  • Posted By: PamelaPatricia
  • December 4, 2011
  • 08:09 PM


I had an enlarged lymph node removed from my neck on August 30. It was not cancerous, but incredibly painful. I found out after the surgery the lymph node was on a bundle of nerves on my carotid artery which is what was causing most of the pain. I healed fine; the only issue I had was the reaction I had to antibiotics after surgery. This past week another lymph node has become enlarged. It is more painful than the last one and in the same general area. I have swelling and tenderness all along my jaw line on the left side. I am beginning to have difficulty swallowing. It feels like a rotten tooth in my neck,
The reason why I am here is because after my surgery both my primary doctor and the surgeon said I am healthy and did nothing further to find out why this happened. I asked repeatedly to be tested for auto-immune diseases. My mother has lupus. I have been treated for thyroid problems in the past, but my new primary will not treat it. I am at my wit's end. I am always run down and tired, and my whole body aches both before and after surgery. I am just looking for some ideas or advice as I feel totally abadoned by my doctors.

Thank you so much.

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  • Doctors are very free in removing our body parts for symptomatic treatment. The problem is the lymph node got overwhelmed fighting an infection. One should cure the infection, not remove the poor lymph node trying to defend you from it. That just weakens immunity permanently. I do a health testing process and tried it for your case. I got Pseudomonas Aeruginosa as the possible bug. If that is true, the easiest cure would be a homeopathic nosode specific to that bug, based on my experience using nosodes for several dozen infections of various types. Hope this helps, John
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    • December 22, 2011
    • 11:41 PM
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