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a litttle worried

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  • Posted By: fairydust123
  • January 16, 2007
  • 02:41 AM

I am a 44 year old female that spent 3 days over x-mas in the hospital for pnemonia and what they thought was a pe, thankfully it was pnemonia and pleurisy.. However during the ct scan with contrast they found , in the right upper lobe a 1 cm nodule and in the lower one a smaller one. On the left side they found 2 nodes one is just under 1 cm and the other is 7mm. I have a series of different test scheduled such as bone scan, pet scan ,pulmonary function tests also. My white cell count was still high upon discharge and I still have alot of pain . They say that it is from the infection,however I have had the pain on the left side for more than a year.. My question I guess is the dr. says that the nodes being small do not cause any pain, has anyone ever had this problem??? thanks so much.:o

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  • well alot of questions, hopefully the next few days will give me some answers today I go for a pet scan,they are suppose to be able to tell if any of the nodules are malignant or benign. wish me luck!:(:rolleyes:
    fairydust123 4 Replies
    • January 25, 2007
    • 03:57 PM
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  • My guess is the pain is the remaining pluerisy causing the pain... Once that is resolved u should be ok?
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • January 27, 2007
    • 08:55 AM
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  • Thank You for taking the time to chat with me..God Bless!!;)
    fairydust123 4 Replies
    • January 30, 2007
    • 05:28 PM
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  • Dear Fairydust, Sounds as if your doctor is making lite of the spots in your lungs. If this be the case you must take care of your care and insist on testing to find out what they are. If you have cancer before allowing chemo look into high cesium therapy which was research by Dr. Brewer. Enter a search for the Keith Brewer Library and you can get all the info you need on chesium therapy.Cancer cells can not live in an alkaline environment. You have to do the cesium and also do a high ph diet. It's either all the way with high ph or not at all. I personally know people that have cured their own cancer with the high ph treatmet. Had we known about this before we allowed chemo on my 15 year old son, he would be with us today. It was too late when we learned of this therapy.visit Brad's website: bradkimball.com
    bradacura 13 Replies
    • February 10, 2007
    • 06:44 AM
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