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Plado
Wednesday, October 4, 2006, 9:35am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Again you're all so lovely. Thanks for being there. I was waiting after I got home to be able to feel up to coming back to tell my tale of what kind of ordeal it was.   So as soon as I was in that frame of mind I wrote down what I wanted to say and modifed, edited and then posted it up and you all responded so nicely.  

It's worth mentioning in passing, that I did buy the Dadamo book on Cancer and I couldn't read it very much.   I read and took out some useful hints and tips but I found it very depressing reading about the risks and symptoms and ways in which my own blood group is susceptible to certain types of cancer and it frightened me almost to death!

But then it reads rather like a medical book and everyone knows that if you read a medical book or dictionary or guide, it would turn the most complacent person into a hypochodriac or at the very least convince them they have every disease in the book - especially when you get over a certain age.   I did come away having learned how useful an anti-cancer food like Peanuts and Turmeric will be, and those are both things I've eaten regularly most of my life.  I'm not going to say "oh well it didn't stop me getting cancer" because my tumour is a very very rare type and probably has no roots in diet at all, indeed I've been told by experts it may have been in-born.

Certainly coping with tinnitus for 13 years and habituating it, taught me the dangers of focussing too much on your inner self.  If we must do such a thing then it needs doing under supervision from someone who can guide you into not doing yourself mental harm.  That leads me neatly to your remark Poly - -

Sorry don't even know what EFT therapy is.   In my scrummaging around on the stands4.com site I find that EFT stands for Endometrial Function Test so that's not very likely!  OK what else? Eloctronic Funds Transfer Therapy well that's a possibility as you can bet your bottom dollar your own funds would be transfered to the Therapist's bank account!  Perhaps the success it due to the stabbing pains in your wallet that take your mind off your other pains ! I'm only ribbing you sorry!

 Ah they also list Emotional Freedom Therapy.  Well I think that sounds like someone who teaches you how to cry a bit and then says that will be 300 dollars please.   Well I can cry and have done, but I try not to when it would irritate the skin of my face to let saline drops pour through the Flamazene burn treatment ointment!
Actually you know I'm only joking but I'm put in mind of Jackie Mason's quip about paying a shrink which I'll take the liberty of quoting here:-

"I know who I am.  This is an achievement because I didn't always
know who I was.  That's why I went to the psychiatrist, to figure out
who I am.  
He told me as soon as he saw me that this wasn't me.  Who is
it then, and where is the real me, I asked, and he said he didn't know,
but we would figure it out together, and that will be $100 dollars
please.
I said, what if we find the real me, and I don't like him?  
Besides, if he's the one that's lost, let him look for me, he's the one
with the problem.  Maybe I should talk to my friends, at least they
know who I was.  Since you don't know who I am, how about I charge you
$50 and we call it even.  
UNQUOTE
I love that one. That could only come from wonderful Jewish-based humour.  I love it.

DON let me know if you can't find Why Men Don't Iron.  I think I got my copy on Amazon.co.uk so have a look on Amazon.com  if you are unable to obtain it come back to me and I'll send you my copy when I've fully read it through.  It's fascinating reading and goes into the biological differences between men and women's brains during the feotus development stage and the exposure to testosterone.  It explains by tests why men are lousy at linguistic tasks but excellent at spacial ones and why womean are excelling in linguistics and lousy at reversing into parking spaces!  It covers how on test small groups of say 8 little girls all working together round a table compare in their methods of working to 8 little boys of the same age.   The females work co-operatively and stay with the task much longer than the boys who can only work competitively and very much sooner give up and move away from the table having to seek their next stimulus somewhere else.   This is all done on children who are only just into the stage of their development when their brain-wiring is only just complete and they are into abstract as well as concrete thinking.

I was especially interested in the differences between men and women at the adult stage when multi-tasking was involved and finally in the tests that showed how when men and women swap domestic roles leaving the man at home to clear up after the kids and care for them and take them to school and fetch them, and the women go out to do a job that is quite intensive and focussed.   In the men's cases they very soon give up as they are generally more suited to focussed tasks and they can't take the multi tasking and messy clearing up that the kids create nor can they take the ego blow when fetching kids from school.   Unless that is they have a female chromosome brain from birth and likewise with the women a very scarce few of whom are born with a male chromosome and have a male-type brain and they too are great at spacial tasks, focussed working and lousy at the emotional skills of bringing up children.  It makes fascinating reading - I'm only on the differences in how they handle diet.  I'm very surprised the dadamo type diet doesn't look into how males use iron zinc and other elements differently to females regardless of any blood type.

Cheers to all
Plado
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Something very odd is going on with this page.  I have posted replies and found them missing then when I go to add a comment about the missing reply of mine, it appears on the page.

Just now I tried to delete a comment in similar vein to this, and found that the contribution that I thought had been pulled suddenly appeared again.    So I deleted my comment in complaint and then the contribution that appeared vanished with it.  So now my reply to Poly has vanished.
The page really has got a rather clumsy way of operation and I can't seem to work out how to use no matter how I try fiddling and practicing with it.
Plado
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And now having posted that criticism the missing page has re-appeared.  What the Dickens is going on here ?
Plado
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Plado...could be the time the system is taking to the post up???

Anyway, had a look at your website and what can I say....although I have lived in southern Spain since 1998, I was actually born in Cornwall.
I certainly know Devon too...it was during a very WET camping holiday near Paigton Zoo that I firmly decided, that was the last time we camped in England. Afterwhich we went to south west France for several summer holidays.

Plado, if there is one thing I truly miss about England (probably the only one), it's the spring flowers, especially, woodland flowers like bluebells....
Recently we were in Uganda and both said that the 'red soil' was just like the west country.

Ah, made my day that....thanks again!!



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Janet I'm so glad you had a visit.  You would have seen the Bluebells in Primley Woods photo on my site.  That is actually woodlands owned by Paignton Zoo and it's possible to see my house from those woodlands and we are within earshot of the Zoo and often hear the Hippos grunting and strangely in windy weather the monkeys make a bit of a cackle.  I have never visited the zoo and don't like the concept of them, but at least the animals are very well cared for there.

The Zoo donated the woodlands to the public though they still keep them in good shape for us to use.  They also run the Whitley Wildlife Trust which also cares for Slapton Ley an inland bit of lake with very rare species in it, so interesting that they've set up a Field Centre for wildlife students to go and observe and such like.

Rain in Devon well yes though for tourists it's known as Sunny Devon, it's sunny today I think I'll put the webcam on my back garden and show you what the climate is like today.   The Devon saying is "Come to sunny Devon where it rains six days in seven".   That's not quite true but we do get a fair bit of rainfall on Dartmoor and Exmoor and Cornwall gets its share on Bodmin Moor too.
Glad you enjoyed the visit.
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Plado, hang in there.  You've really been through the ringer.  Know that we are all here for you anytime to listen and send out supportive cybervibes.

{{{HUG}}}


"If you are on one of Dr. D's diets and it isn't joyful, you aren't doing it right." - moi

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Think we were at Paignton Zoo during the 80s, when my children were young.
Yes, it's funny how the west country actually has better weather than East Sussex, where I lived from the age of 14, but yet does have much rain...'still, the gardens need it'!!

Best wishes and give Josh a nice stroke from me...he looks like 'a man's best friend'.


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Quoted from Plado
I'm very surprised the dadamo type diet doesn't look into how males use iron zinc and other elements differently to females regardless of any blood type.

In response to a posted question I made over a year ago Dr. D hinted that the male/female differences would be addressed in the future Genotype Diet book.
Quoted from Dr. D
BTD; Sex.  You are onto something bigger than perhaps you realize...

Genotype Diet
However, the way Anne Louise Gittleman plagiarized and appropriated my work with blood types and rushed out a book (before ER4YT could be released) makes me unable to go into detail just right now.


Thanks for the offer, but I can buy the book from Amazon. I always try to borrow books from the library first since many books are worth reading but not worth owning.


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And now having posted that criticism the missing page has re-appeared.  What the Dickens is going on here ?
Plado


Don't know the answer to that, Plado.    It could be that lag time that Janet mentioned.  You might be "thinking" faster than the site can keep up with you!  
You might try refreshing the page each time you make an entry and see if that helps.

I have just now had time to read all your posts on this thread.  I don't have time to respond properly right now, but did want to just stop in and send you my heartfelt warmest wishes for peace, strength and healing.  Your report brings back many memories of radiation therapy, surgery and for me, chemotherapy as well.  I respect the sufferings of human beings in a way that I never did before.
I will be following your story and joining in the conversation when I can.  



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Let me not pass you by in quest
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Plado,
more on men versus women:
saw this play, actually a monologue, 'the cave man' I believe was the title.

women are gatherers, we have the ability to chose and collect (shopping for veggies, for example),
while men are born hunters!!
no wonder you do so well with the remote control!!!

changing the subject here:
do you use the 'recent thread' button, on top of the page?
try it, when visiting the forum, it s easier to find all threads posted during the day, at a glance.
and like Victoria mentioned, refresh the page from time to time.


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Just a quick response to Poly for the EFT passing comment made - I didn't dismiss this as not worth looking into - so I hope you don't think my humour about it meant that I didn't take it seriously.  I've been to look at a heap of information about it and discovered it's a very interesting and proven therapy that works.

It is allied to and often used alongside EMDR which is Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy that I have seen used to astoundingly good result when told about it by my sister who is an Occupational Therapist working in Forensic Psychology.

I'm going to investigate how it could help me - initially for speeding up my recovering from all this trauma but also and perhaps more importantly long term to see if it can handle my tinnitus of 13 years duration.   I will of course report back any findings here as all these things are useful to know about handling personal welfare and well-being.
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I'm glad you are using the EMDR therapy, Plado.  Using that with the EFT should be a great aid to your healing.



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Let me not pass you by in quest
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No I'm not using either yet.  I've been reading up all about it and I'm in no position to do any therapy at all at the moment.  In fact I'm not even sure I'm going to be strong enough to get up to the hospital on Monday for my follow-up appointment with the Consultant Oncologist.  I've got to see if my wife can take me there and I can sleep all the way.   Sadly the hospital is 180 miles from my home because they were the specialist team who were capable of doing the surgery and the Radiotherapy specifically geared to how my surgery was carried out.  

Luckily we have an aparment within a 30 minute drive of the hospital there which my wife uses as a base for her work during the working week.   So we have at least a refuge and stopping off point before attending the hospital.

I will certainly look into both those therapies but it will have to be when I'm starting to mend from this awful onslaught of pain and mucousitis that is the hangover from all the damage that ray-gun has done to my good cells.
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Plado, what a shining example you are!! What an experience you have endured. All the while w/ a positive attitude, doing everything you could to bolster your immune system prior to surgery, and keeping a sense of humor through it all.
You definitely have a will to make it thru all this in 'fine fashion', so no doubt you will,  w/ flying colors.
I'm sorry you've had to endure all this, at the same time, reading your post gives me new perspective. I'm afraid alot of people whine and get upset about the little things in life, that look big to them at the time,  I know I've been 'guilty'. Reading your post sure makes one stop and take a long hard  look at those not so big (in reality) things.
Are you able to get some better sleep now?
I think I read in your posts that when you were taking the treatments, you had to keep your eyes open. If I'm remembering correctly, would you mind telling me why that was.
I read some good info on tinnitus a while back but for the life of me can't remember where. If I run across it, I'll be sure to post.
How kind and generous of you to share your website. For those of us who will never get your way, it's nice to 'see' it. I'll be looking at it again w/ my granddaughters, as the first time I looked at the pics it was on a monitor w/ not much clarity.
Hope you'll be feeling much better by Monday for your trip and glad you have a place to recoop before going on to the hospital. 3 hours is certainly a long way to travel when you're not feeling well.  As you well know.
I'll be keeping you in my prayers and sending some good, healing 'winds' your way. Take good care.  



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Well thank you Italybound - oh how I wish I was Italy bound right now. What I'd give for a peach and a plum tomato or a Pizza topped with goat's cheese; black olives; mushrooms; anchovies and all those things that are so bad for Group A - I can dream ! In fact last night I dreamed I was eating a crusty white bread roll with a slab of cheddar cheese in it and I had recovered and was finding eating into it utter bliss. Sadly when I woke the reality hit me that my mouth was no better than yesterday, it was in fact worse, as I bit just one gram too hard on a soft stoneless prune with my cold breakfast porridge and the stinging on the roof of my mouth caused me to nearly go through the ceiling with pain. I drank some water and then soldiered on but the pain caused my temperature to rise I could feel it - my head heated up and my face with the burn area went all prickly hot. My wife has been a saviour in this psychologically keeping me on the straight and narrow.

I can only describe the sensation of being able to eat an ice cream as like the elation it must be for a starving person to be given their first grain of rice and glass of water for days or weeks.
I see what you mean by the little things. Imagine that your goal for something that would almost make you cry with relief, being a modest cheese roll ! Ridiculous isn't it. I'd almost give a limb to be able to eat a piece of toast!

Well now going back to the Radiotherapy. I had heaps of advice from the following people with their jobs or roles listed beside them - here goes:-
Surgeon (Head and Neck cancer specialist)
Oncologist (worked with surgeon at designing a treatment plan for my post operative Radiotherapy)
Radiologist (knows all about what the Radiotherapy is doing and how to apply it to the map)
Radiographers (know all about how to operate the machine accurately but are limited on advice)
Macmillan Nurses (specialize in cancer after care for the terminally ill)
Nutritionist or Dieticians (try to advise on how to maintain strength when you can't eat solid food)
Senior Dental Surgeon in the Dental Hospital (advises on how to care for the teeth during and after the Radiotherapy) - her advice was contradicted by the Nutritionist.

Among all these people I got advice some of it conflicting.
The Oncologist whom I see on Monday gave me a tube of Flamazene cream to apply to my face if the burned area should crack or split. The Radiographer said "Don't use flamazene it contains silver and interferes with the radio active nature of your skin after Radiotherapy". But my wife who used to teach physics and chemistry said that it doesn't contain pure silver, it only contains a compound extracted from silver so hasn't as such got metal in the ointment.

I was told not to use Talc powder or any ointments that may contain zinc as that too was a metal no no. They advised E45 cream for the face and baby soap when washing the face. This was all very well but I also told to use Flouriguard after a meal to keep sugars from turning to acid on the teeth. Extraction of decayed teeth after that jaw has received radiotherapy could mean a socket that will never heal due to ORN Osteo Radio Necritis. They didn't tell me that flouriguard might be too painful to use as a rinse once the skin is stipped off the inside of my mouth by RT.
They didn't tell me what my sister did, that saline and bicarbonate of soda would be the most soothing mouth rinse I could get.

Oncologist gave me about 90 dollars (50 pounds worth) of Oral Gel to be taken to coat the lining of the mouth to protect lesions that happen in dental work post operative and RT pain. I used it but you have to coat the mouth with it an hour before meals or it hasn't done its work properly.

Flamazene is for burns and was developed and used in the Falklands war back in 1991 and I used it on burns in 1985 when I burned my hand quite badly in a bonfire accident. It's great stuff and certainly the Flamazene zine? helps cool the skin on my face even though it hasn't cracked. E45 cream stings a bit but it goes off after a couple of minutes. It is supposed to moisturize but within an hour of applying the skin goes all dry and feels like it's cracking and stretched.
Nostrils are still bleeding mainly at the outer edge and any drying of the area that bleeds leaves a scab and tightens up all the skin. Discharge blocks the nose. Removing the debris causes more bleeding so I have got stuck in a catch 22. I prefer to nose breathe and not mouth because it dries the mouth so badly it's agony when I wake up.

As for keeping the eyes open well it's hard to describe and I don't know really why they wanted them open. They wanted me to focus on the ceiling above the machine or just look through it as possibly if you close the lids the eyeball rotate up into your head and maybe this exposes the optic nerve or retina to more of the scatter edges of the beam than if you leave your eyes staring straight ahead. You don't have a lot of choice. The perspex mask clamps your head in one position and it's critical. They even had to remove a shim from under my neck when my face had started to swell in week four. I expressed my worry that this put my head in a slightly different position and they said, "Don't worry, the plan and the setting of the beam has a 3mm tolerance so you won't get a dose where you shouldn't". The team were brilliant in measuring the line up of the machine to both my ears and my eyes as the top end of it goes right between my eyes and onto my forehead. This was the place the original tumour was removed from (Olfactory Organ)

I joked that I wouldn't be able to play any more music if they took away my Old Factory Organ!

I'm sure it made their job a lot easier that I was able to stay light-hearted and make jokes about it myself. But I can't say that I'd be joking much if I still had to go in and have more RT now. I don't think I'd dare do it.

Glad you had fun visiting my website. Anyone is welcome any time. I don't change much on it very often except updating with news. There's nothing on there about this tumour for example and I'm not sure I want to put anything like that on there. Tinnitus is represented and that's enough really.
Plado

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Plado,
perhaps bone broth (fish or meat) with your beneficial veggies all ground up as a cream soup, and drank with a straw would be very curative for your injuries.

the gelatin in the broth speeds up the healing process, lots of collagen in there to help repair tissue.

just a thought.......and there s no painful chewing involved.


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the gelatin in the broth speeds up the healing process, lots of collagen in there to help repair tissue.


is this collagen also good for tightening up our skin?



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sure! )


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The question comes to mind is whether A type blood group having gelatine as an Avoid applies to natural gelatine from meat bones.  I think it's the same.  Gelatin or Gelatine is derived from cattle hoof isn't it?  I'm supposed to avoid that.  But I don't in the case of this healing as anything has to be done when the case is desperate.

I've been using a Gelatin Gel as well as a protective gel for gingivitis in gum disease and the product is called Gengigel.  It helps to take it an hour before eating and swill the gooey fluid round the mouth for a minute or two and this coats the inside of the mouth with a gel layer and that helps but it soon rubs away with saliva from the bottom jaw and doesn't stop the pain.

However the straw idea is a very good one.  I'll make some broth today.  I have a box of new straws.   I'll take it all with me back to our apartment today and start using it tonight - I'm seeing the Consultant Oncologist who designed my Radiotherapy torture on Monday afternoon so I'll ask him to prescribe some more dihydraCodeine and give me something to bring back my epithelium layer in my mouth to protect me from the awful pain of chewing - I bet he hasn't got anything and I'm going to have to suffer this for four or five weeks before it clears up.   This is the nature of the strength of Radiotherapy.   It's not like therapy at all until you look back and find it has saved your life.  But you never really know.

I'm just jogging along with it and hoping I can stay positive about it and its outcome.

Cheers
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Plado about your sentence: and if you'll haver an inside look and find your self but you won't like him ...perhaps get habituated to him and learn him accepting as he is in true nature and begin to love him ......the body we have....but the soul we are
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bone broths from compliant fish, turkey or chicken bones are good sources for an A like you, yes.

and it s a natural source of gelatin, not the store bought one, which is an avoid for you as you well know.


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Tomatilla1 That wasn't my sentence I was quoting a joke by Jackie Mason on paying for shrinks to find out who you are and charging you an arm and a leg for nothing.  It wasn't my views so I would beg that you go and read it again as it was said as a joke about services from people who can't prove they've actually done anything positive for you at all.

Here in the UK we don't have the same confidence in Shrinks.  In fact we don't even call them that.

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Plado, are you oversaturated on supplements?  If you wanted to consider something else, Bromelain is very effective against inflammations of all kinds.  It has given me relief in countless situations where nothing else was working.  Perhaps it would aid in your healing.  



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Plado, I do understand completely that you've had and still have a lot of information to read and process. It must be overwhelming.

Emotional Freedom Technic is a great and very effective tool - and you can learn to do it by yourself. At http://www.emofree.com you can download the EFT-mannual for free. I just suggested a therapist because I imagined it would be more comfortable for you to let someone else take care of you in stead of doing all the research and make up the tapping scripts all by yourself. I have no idea how much an EFT-therapist charges - maybe an arm and a leg...!

I admire your spirit, Plado! Take care!


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