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Unexplained Chest and Lung pain

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  • Posted By: bravohorn
  • December 3, 2006
  • 00:19 AM

In 1989 I was living in the mountains of Colorado when I started to develope a deep pain under my right rib cage. I soon had flu like symptoms for a bout a week that eventually went away, but the pain has persisted and spread throughout my entire upper body. It is an aching pain that I can only describe as like a toothache. It is mainly on my right side, but radiates to my upper back and shoulder blade areas. I have had all the tests which detected early stages of COPD, and they also found small masses ( nodules) that they are concerned about, and are monitoring. My problem is they cannot explain the pain. It has consumed my life. I have been on all the pain meds available, but I have decided that I do not wish to carry on managing my pain with pills and patches. Is there anyone with the same symptoms on this forum.

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  • Hi. I have had similar pains that no-one has been able to detect. I noticed that your post was on Dec 06, so I hope my information isn't too late for you. After a search for answers myself, I finally found an amazing naturapath that figured it out straight away. My blood was excessively thick! Because I am not a great water drinker, my arteries had become rigid and my blood so thick that my heart was in constant pain, even though the doctors couldn't work it out. I was told to drink 2 litres of distilled water per day and take 1000mg of quality, pure Vitamin E per day. After a week, I felt like I had my life back and I am so relieved. I hope this helps. If this thread has been able to help, let me know at info@revengeoncancer.com. Regards.
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