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Alyona
Friday, February 2, 2007, 5:20pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hey! Will you please give some suggestions to help out my good friend:

You see, they are doing lots of tests on her - Not sure what her problem is or if the doctors  can even find out what it is. She has one foot that gets EXTREMELY cold and is very painful but GP says her pulses are excellent. He is checking her for hepatitis C (doubt), rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, low thyroid function, diabetes, and many other things. They took 10 tubes of blood today! Anyway, he says they may not find out what the problem is and may have to wait for something else to show up so they can point to something more

Perhaps, any of you has experienced or come across such case and could show the way...


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The question may not be what her disease is, but what is she doing to improve her health? I believe most health problems are from not taking care of ourselves properly. Therefore, to correct health problems we need to take better care of ourselves, which is always nice to do and usually provides plenty of benefits.

Starting with the basics, what blood type is she? Does she follow the BTD including eating whole foods and getting exercise? Does she drink plenty of clean water. Does she get adequate sleep and sunlight? Etc.? What is she doing for her health?

Does she have mercury fillings (I have 2 cold feet as a result of mercury toxicity)?


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could be a circulatory problem......she should begin by eliminating all the avoids for her blood type.
which is it?


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Quoted from ironwood55
(I have 2 cold feet as a result of mercury toxicity)?



Are u doing anything for ur cold feet besides the bloodtype diet;
if I may ask ?

What about cold hands ?? sigh  
I beleive that it's probably a curculatory problem ... ??
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Quoted from ironwood55
The question may not be what her disease is, but what is she doing to improve her health? I believe most health problems are from not taking care of ourselves properly. Therefore, to correct health problems we need to take better care of ourselves, which is always nice to do and usually provides plenty of benefits.
What is she doing for her health?

As for general care, I cannot agree more on preventive treatment, which she does in a more or less comprehensive way:  eats low-carb way (she's O-type), drinks clean water,  exercises (walking), gets enough sunlight,  breathes fresh air (lives in the country at her own farm). Still the problem persists.  

So particular treatment should be applied. But prior to it, the root cause ought to be certainly detected.

Quoted from ironwood55

Does she have mercury fillings (I have 2 cold feet as a result of mercury toxicity)?

Will ask her.
And perhaps, you didn't notice in my 1st post, the foot isn't just cold, it's painful.

Quoted from lola
could be a circulatory problem......she should begin by eliminating all the avoids for her blood type.
which is it?

Thought of it. Was even going to suggest her dry body brushing,  but hesitate because of possible harm I may cause (who knows, maybe there are some tissue problems).

...still at a loss...


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Perhaps she has undiagnosed diabetes.  Grains and sugars will cause trouble!
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Perhaps she has undiagnosed diabetes.  Grains and sugars will cause trouble!


Vicky, she doesn't eat any grains, as follows low-carb eating (beef, fish, green veggies, i.e. to the letter with her blood type).

Next week she's going again for plethora of tests. So sorry for her... if just "sorry" could help. Pity I'm just observing, comforting her, but cannot give any helpful recommendation.

Aguess, I will suggest doing dry body-brushing but in a very careful way.. as if stroking butterfly wing and then taking warm/cool shower. Wish it worked!


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Does she sit with that foot under her other theigh (kinda picture a number four with the body being the top point of the four)?

Has she tried soaking it is warm water with epsom salt in it?
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Alyona
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Does she have mercury fillings (I have 2 cold feet as a result of mercury toxicity)?


Don, and then what should mercury fillings be replaced with?


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Quoted from geminisue
Does she sit with that foot under her other theigh (kinda picture a number four with the body being the top point of the four)?

Has she tried soaking it is warm water with epsom salt in it?

-No, she sits in a relaxed open posture

- You know, I suggested her taking camomile baths, due to their anti-inflammatory and relieving effects. Still Epsom salt might also help, well, won't do harm for sure.


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This is kind of interesting since my friends daughter (age 16) was just complaining that the arch of her right foot always feels cold.  She's type A.  We were looking for a homeopathic remedy for her and by using some homeopathic software abchomeopathy came up with rhus tox.  The software asks you many detailed questions about your symptoms and then finds a remedy to match your symptoms.  This type of software used to be sold for lots of money so I was delighted to find this site.  

Just a little side note.  I woke up the other day with the world spinning like I had overindulged the night before but I had not.  After spending all day spinning if I tried to lie down (or bend over), fretting that it was an inner ear infection, I finally had my daughter use the program and she found cal carb as the remedy to fit my symptoms.   After a few doses, I could lie down and sleep.  I woke up spinning and took another dose and could go back to sleep.  Everything cleared up in a few days.  I think it's a virus going around since a few people have told me they got dizzy before the flu hit.

Anyway, have fun with the site.  I always like reading homeopathic symptoms, because if you think you're weird, just look at the weird symptoms other people have.  
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very cool website Mrs R, thanks for linking us up!!  



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Quoted from Mrs._Rodgers
 

Just a little side note.  I woke up the other day with the world spinning like I had overindulged the night before but I had not.  After spending all day spinning if I tried to lie down (or bend over), fretting that it was an inner ear infection, I finally had my daughter use the program and she found cal carb as the remedy to fit my symptoms.   After a few doses, I could lie down and sleep.  I woke up spinning and took another dose and could go back to sleep.  Everything cleared up in a few days.  I think it's a virus going around since a few people have told me they got dizzy before the flu hit.

 



this is interesting. i woke up the other day (in fact yesterday) and had the weird sensation of my room spinning like i was drunk or something. i was not nauseous or felt sick but my vision was definately spin-vision! it wore off a few hours later but it was so weird cause i never have had that happen to me before (that i can remember) except when drinking too much hmm

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Quoted from Ben_Lamers
this is interesting. i woke up the other day (in fact yesterday) and had the weird sensation of my room spinning like i was drunk or something. i was not nauseous or felt sick but my vision was definately spin-vision! it wore off a few hours later but it was so weird cause i never have had that happen to me before (that i can remember) except when drinking too much hmm


did you have this spinning sensation BEFORE you got out of bed? I mean before you stood up from your laying down position?



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Quoted from Mrs._Rodgers
I always like reading homeopathic symptoms, because if you think you're weird, just look at the weird symptoms other people have.  




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Mrs. Rodgers, awesome site, thanks!


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