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Melisa
Friday, October 4, 2013, 1:58am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi there,

I have just been formally diagnosed as having a pituitary micro-adenoma. I have type B+ blood, am a secretor and taster. I am a SWAMI'ed Nomad.

What do you recommend?

Thank you!


Melissa

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Lola
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which boxes have you checked in your personal HX?


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Trehalose Complex for sure.


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Melisa
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Quoted from Lola
which boxes have you checked in your personal HX?


History of cancer or neoplasia
history of heart or artery problems
history of bowel or digestive problems
history of skin problems
history of allergy or autoimmune problems
history of chronic fatigue
history of low grade infections
history of depression mood problems
history of blood sugar problems
history of joint problems

history of premenstrual syndrome


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Amazone I.
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would give a try to salvestroles and or so called *healing mushrooms as well  but here I don't know if this stuff is able to pass blood barrière of the brain... and I remember well one of my B-clients was operated with grande success and no problems after ....
what are your symptoms right now, if I may ask


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Melisa
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would give a try to salvestroles and or so called *healing mushrooms as well  but here I don't know if this stuff is able to pass blood barrière of the brain... and I remember well one of my B-clients was operated with grande success and no problems after ....
what are your symptoms right now, if I may ask


Hi there,

I apologize for the late response...

I was diagnosed with papilledema (swelling of the optic nerves) and gallactorhea, clinically. I have had difficulty losing weight, mood swings, depression, dry skin, fatigue...I also noticed a dent or divit on my cranium a few months ago, which was not there before, yet, endocrinologist swears it is not from the 6 mm microadenoma, as it is "too small." I have also experience fullness in the head, tinnitus, ear popping, etc. Some of this is alleviated with regular chiropractic (some subluxations needed to be corrected.)

I am still waiting for the tests to come back, as more were run at the endocrinologist's office. My levels have always been within the normal range, although, I do not agree that they are "my normal."

Melissa

Thanks for the tips! If you can think of any more, I would be grateful.  


Melissa

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Amazone I.
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ok ...
might be also to come along with better results by visualizing and autogenic training ....!


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At the end of the day... if there where time to deal with it... I would no don’t start by going all super Beneficial’s or Diamonds.

I might look at what Hulda Clark is saying, and act on it.  HER method is the most affordable for all sort of issues.   all info here is available on the internet.

I would start to juice high grade greens.  
I would look at the Gerson Clinic for additional suggestion, juicing and low cleansing -special coffee- enemas.  
I would do Dr, Bernard Jensen high enemas with juice, vitamin and mineral support - and learn with someone who knows how to support you- I know such a person.

A lot comes down to how much money you can spend.  

Are you expecting to deal with it to eliminate it?
Are you up to the challenge?
What exactly are the doctors suggesting for you?
What do you understand to have and what to do for it?
What is your own personal state of emotions about it?
Are you getting good support in your home?

As on example, I was not hearing my one doctor when I was basically diagnosed a year ago with breast cancer... I did not ask enough questions, my doctor did not tell me enough.  A year ago I would have tried any one of all the above, as I had time, then, but finally a year later I felt that I was better off doing the relative minor surgery and radiation.  I do not regret it. I did not know better.  There might have been more options, but the way things where, I did it my way - from not listening clearly, and not connecting my dots.

Asking questions is most important.  

How long have you been on BTD?  
How has it worked for you to get better?
How compliant where you all that time?  
Why did you come here in the first place?  

What else did you do before?

What do you think is wrong with you?  from way back? to now.

How is your own mental state before the diagnosis and after?  

I will say something here that is not to be misunderstood:  I never 'felt' the cancer; I never experienced a day of any thing.  I never felt that this cancer was devastating to me.  I got lucky having waited a year, and the found the greatest up to date doctors.  It mattered, once I found out.  I was lackey a second opinion doctor made me act on my situation.  I hardly feel the scar of the operation a 9 days ago.  I did not need radiation after, it was done while I was operated on.  This newest procedure made a big difference.  

I wish you all the best.  I am glad for you coming here, there is great support.  

The suggestion by Amamzon I is one to follow up by reading and learning.

Did you look at the Protocols listed on this site?
Have you tried any of the protocols?  

Yes Trehalose Complex her, is great to keep you feeling UP even while it does the internal clean up.  

Welcome and all the best.


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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Amazone I.
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isn't the substitution of STH recommended !
I remember it well one of my B-clients was obliged to go for years taking it by his nostriles....in liquid form....


MIfHI K-174

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