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I shall send thoughts of wellness and perfect health for you! Am reading Louise Hay - You can Heal Your Life, faciniating! I do think thought/beliefs have an impact and am worried that stress and some depression influenced my biology along with the toxicity of the teeth etc. Promise to not always be so long winded. Just grateful for all of you!
I come to this forum alot looking for answers, information and support. I generally get all 3. I do feel very inadequate that I am not an addict and maybe have no qualifications to reply to anyone who asks for help. I live with an addicted adult child. I can only give you my opinion. Yes, there is much hope that you can live a normal life. I think maybe you will have to define normal but I think you simply mean without your addiction controlling you.
I read a very good book called How to Heal your body A-Z by louise Hay, a women who went through alot of problems herself and was dignosed with cancer and she asked to doctors to give her 6 months to change her mind set and look at her past and problems and she did, she had a hard life as a young child with alot of problems and when she started to face these problems and looked at her attitude to life she went back 6 months later with her different look and attitude to life and the cancer had G
He still has not gotten over my Mom either. My brother and I don't even speak he has his own alky problems. But the most special person in my life is my fiance who I don't know why, has stood and stands behind me and as he say's "loves me to death". I feel blessed despite all my circumstances.
I found a very interesting article with some information that may be helpful if anyone is experiencing ongoing/repeats of these cysts. The short of it (what Louise Hay says) is that cysts are due to running an old painful movie, nursing hurts (rather than grieving and releasing them), and a false growth. I did ring true to me and was quite empowering. This website shares more about this type of approach.
I take 100 mg of Zoloft a day I would describe myself as high-anxiety and stress I clench my teeth, usually on the same side as the effected eye I have alot of sinus problems around my eyes I have double vision due to a weak muscle in one eye I have many floaters and one very prominent one in the eye without the bright spot How about you?
Just wanted to provide a little further update: It's been a little over a month since my last post above. In that time I have had some good luck and some bad luck, but have learned quite a bit. First, I have narrowed down the root cause of the red bumps around my eyes. It's clearly related to a reaction to food (in my case, it seems to be mainly anything having to do with milk). It also seems to relate to sugar and/or coffee.
Not sure what that has to do with my brain and my problems maybe they are just trying to rule out other problems. Mine scares me a little, I can smell a little and taste a little but that sweet smokey smell is what is most common except when I eat raw fruit, raw veggies, and sweets. I am worried I might not smell a gas leak or something.
It's me. I went through a hellish summer last year which resulted in 3 biopsies (all benign) and a whopping hematoma. : ) Since then, I had an US in Feb on the right breast for 4 cysts (no follow up needed at this time) and a mammo on the left side in May for a new lump (cyst). Now in July, had my yearly mammo for which I got the call back for spot compression. I go in on the 10th. I'm doing fine mentally...just wish I didn't continue needing screenings.
I had been on doxycyline for a good year almost with no problems and then my doctor gave me a bottle of minocycline. After a week or two, I started to intensely itch, especially on my groin and scalp. I stopped taking the minocycline immediately...my hands and feet began to swell the next day. I told the doctor and took a round of Prednisone for one week. I ended up with itchy hives for a few days, but they eventually disappeared.
Now I wonder if the hormone fluctuations that lead to the many migraines and issues I had w/ birth control previously could be a new issue with the change in hormones and the itchy labia problems I am currently having. Ladies, did your issues below occur with a birth control change, birth, menopause, hormone altering medication? Just trying to narrow and figure these things out and be well equipped when I head to dr.
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