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Too many specialists and too few answers

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 10, 2009
  • 08:54 AM

Hi, to be brief, over the past 2 years I started to experience heart palpiations, and horrible nausea, light headedness and passed out twice. I was found to have two medium blockages to the heart, just below the threshold of having surgery and my meds were changed with good effect as the palpitations stopped. I have lost all the hair on my legs and was pretty hairy, have restless leg syndrome, edema of the feet and claves and at times a numbness in my foot-for 2 yrs the rt side now the left. At some points due to the near syncope, I would go in the e.r. and they did endless scans. My eeg's are described as slow and disorganized, one brain stem evoked pot. test was abnormal, as well as the visual evoked pot. My CT/MRI indicate a tiny Lacunar Defect of the Caudate Nucleus, and some deep periventricular problems but not large and passed off due to aging (52), I am now numb in my left hand, often feel like I am walking on sponge and nausea is nightly I about late afternoon. I have a weak urine flow but may be age as psa's are normal. My spinal tap showed high protein and IGg but no bands. They ruled out M.S. and ALS etc. I now for the past two weeks have been running fevers nightly. I am HIV neg and STD neg and Lyme Neg. I dread each day- any ideas? The neurologist is stumped. P.S. small benign node in rt lung thought to be benign due to no other signs of cancer-pet scan from neck to waiste was neg. for cancer. Sister died of neuroedocrine carcinoma, parents both had colon cancer and many strokes. I have high pb and col. which are controlled but were not for many years. I would love any feedback.

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  • I honestly believe your problem is a general systemic inbalance. All the leg problems are due to bad circulation - my mom (80) had all that together with eczema on her legs and feet. Plus difficult high blood pressure and a slow, irregular heartbeat. Also incontinence, and she had two light strokes. Having a good medical fund she went to all the experts, in vain. A Chinese Traditional Medicine (TCM) doctor cured all of it, only some eczema still left to go. She has been off all medicine for a year, only taking his herbs at times. She could hardly walk and now does 5 km per hour on a treadmill. Can you believe he also fixed her hernia, that her Western doctor wanted to operate on - one could feel it from the outside, it got smaller and now it is gone.So when you are finished with Western doctors, visit a few Chinese shops / restaurants in your area. Ask them who the best Chinese Traditional Medicine (TCM) doctor is around there. Research this doctor a bit, once found. Here in South Africa we have a council they should belong to, one can reclaim their fees from medical funds etc. All this is needed, but proves nothing yet, so ask many real Chinese as well - there is an invisible energetic side to their most useful doctors. See www.acufinder.com
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