August 29, 2013

Medical vs Natural Healing

Posted in ALTERNATIVE HEALING, DOCTORS, FUNGAL, INFECTIONS - FUNGAL, MEDICINE TODAY, WAKE UP FYI tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 10:39 pm by PCOSLady

MEDICAL WAYS vs NATURAL HEALING
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PCOS Lady:
A true and heart felt scenario between friends where the author uses his natural healing knowledge to save his close friend… Western medicine has its place but the scenario will prove to you where it fails!
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I hope all of you learn a lasting lesson about the medical world and the natural/holistic world!
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Permission to post his heart felt scenario on August 28, 2013…
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Cure Zone post: http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1156772#i
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Written by: Trapper, is a social analyst, wellness educator, philosopher and singer/songwriter.
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MEDICAL WAYS vs NATURAL HEALING
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i am exhausted. i got 5 hours sleep in 72 even before i got here. i must get the first part of this story told before it gets lost.

the first two days were a nightmare. i came the minute i got word that my friend bill was in trouble. the doctors were saying that he would not leave the hospital(alive). his daughter told me in her email that he had requested me and that it was bad. i knew that if he was asking for me, it must have been. bill is closer to me than a brother in many ways. it is interesting that i posted the song by the great bessie griffin that i did a few days earlier, because in many ways he is my mother and my father, my sister and my brother, my mentor and my best friend.

back to the first two days. i observed while the very best in modern medicine fumbled and bumbled their way in the dark. i have never seen a more ignorant and narrowminded profession in my life. robert o becker said it best in his classic work “the body electric” when he said, “medical biology is afflicted with a kind of tunnel vision.” boy is it ever.

i watched as they tried to treat an illness that they knew had internal causes by using external mechanisms. the standard treatment for copd is to leave the patient to their own devices until they can no longer breathe on their own and then put them on a machine to breath for them. once this occurs, they may or may not ever get off the machines until they expire. apparently there are many in this country who are in facilities living on a respirator, a prison that i cannot imagine is preferable to death. my friend feels the same way.

once they got his gasses turned around, they took him off the inubator and onto a mask called a c-pap. this machine assists in the breathing and introduces higher than normal levels of oxygen at the same time. usually the idea is not so much oxygenating the blood, but the problem is the release of co2. as the co2 builds up in the blood, this creates an acidifying effect. as the pH goes lower, less and less co2 can be released. the acid pH effects the ease with which the gradient of oxygen can displace the co2. the patient snowballs and soon can no longer stop the rise of co2 in the blood which results in expiration. the person is chemically drowning.

the mechanical means by which they try to treat this is no different than sticking a plug in ones butt to stop diarrhea. sooner of later, something has to give.

i kept listening intently as the high paid and barely available doctor would come in and explain what was going on and never once offer a solution that would correct the problem, even when asked. the co2 rising, the diaphram muscle being exhausted and unable to work as hard, the lungs less elastic than before – all the while all of these things got worse. just let the machine do it.

bill is a patient man. he went with the flow and accepted his fate as things went along. however, he was not going to be confined to a machine with no way to communicate. as he tried to move away from this confinement, the doctor got more doom and gloom and began to talk of dying.

when i first got there, they got the tube out of him and put the mask on. no longer being fed by a tube into his stomach, he wanted to eat. i was aghast at the meal they sent him. it was death on four wheels. i watched him eat mashed potatoes and turkey and gravey and roll with 2% milk and a small salad. he seemed to be feeling better and the doctor was in general agreement with his quest to go home. she said he might not make it out of the hospital once he tried to move about. he did seem to get worse after his meal. i left that evening with him in good spirits and doing fairly well. the next morning he was in crises again.

the next day went the same way. the more he was on the c-pap, the better his gasses got and he was able to take the mask off and eat again that evening. again, it was the biggest acid forming meal i had ever seen, and again he went downhill through the night. the next morning everyone was summoned in and he was moved to a private room where as many as wanted could visit. his wife and he signed a DNR that morning just to get them to take him out of CCU. they were no longer drawing blood gasses. he was on his own. we were all told he would not make it through the day. medical science was more than willing to stand by and watch this man die without lifting a finger. well, i wasnt.

late yesterday i had discussed with bill what i saw based upon the information the doctor had given us. i systematically went throught he list of all the difficulties he was having and suggested a treatment for each. magnesium peroxide for his diaphram to relax the muscle to it could rest when not working and get oxygen closer to this starved muscle. cayenne to help normalize the blood. vitamin C for the high oxygen levels, both as an antioxidant and as a detoxifier of the lungs. iodine for its oxidizing effects where oxygen had not been able to get and as a mucolytic and antifungal. amazingly, iodine also works as an antioxidant as well and helps balance pH. oregano oil to help clear the lungs and address any parasites that may be present. and the air restore lobelia and mullien tincture from MH. he said to go ahead and get these things.

but this morning he was at deaths door according to his doctor and we all just rushed over. and got him moved into his private room to die. they only expect people to leave this area on a gurney to the morgue.

like a fool i did not bring anything with me. logistics has been tough but we managed to get out of there while they prepared to take him out of CCU. i rushed back to the house and got the air restore, the iodine, the oregano oil, and picked up a cheap ass 40Khu cayenne at the grocery store. a better selection would have to follow later.

when i got back he was in his new room. i told bill if we could turn this pH thing around we could get him out of the hospital and go to work on the rest and on to the healing stage which would include even more things to try. i gave him a capsule of the cayenne and a capsule with one drop of oregano oil in it. in some orange juice, i gave him four drops of wilsons iodine solution, four drops of magnascent iodine and two dropperfulls of air restore.

the turn around was almost immediate. he kept his mask off longer, gained strength and coordination, his voice got stronger, he was more animated, he laughed a lot, and some kind of cloudy yucky substance began to flow out of his urinary cathater. this was an added bonus for me to see. unfortunately the DNR arrangements meant there were no more blood gasses drawn for testing so i dont know what his co2 was doing. but i had a good guess.

you see, i had told him earlier that he had an infection. the doctor was saying there was no infection to fight and he was already being given prohylaxic antibiotics. i knew he had an infection. i figured it was candida or a mycoplasm or both, both of which were in his lungs.

then i told him there was no way he could eat that crap again and expect to live. we planned his evening meal and had it cooked at home by his son who brought it over. it was salad with olive oil and vinegar, whitefish and green beans. orange juice to drink. not perfect but not that other crap. at the meal, he recieved two cayenne, two drops of oregano oil, four more drops of iodine, two dropperfuls of magnascent and four dopperfulls of air restore.

by the time i left tonight he was still improving, still excreting a nasty cloud from his cathater, and having his oxygen levels adjusted down by a respiratory specialist. he is coming home tomorrow, lord willing, and i see nothing but improvement for him once we finish shopping at the health food store.

i fully intend to see this through and if he wants, i think he can be functioning at a level above what he was at even six months ago. he said he had about six more months of work on his book. i think he can have that and more if he wants.

i dont want to get too excited, but i did have one other interesting interchange with his doctor in passing. i asked her if she was surprised(as if i couldnt tell), and she said yes. you dont tell family to gather for a death from as far away as louisiana and have the patient walk out of the hospital the next day. it just aint possible. or is it?

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June 14, 2012

Patient’s Bill of Rights

Posted in LEGAL ISSUES tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 11:20 pm by PCOSLady

PATIENT CARE ACT ~ PATIENT’S BILL OF RIGHTS ~ HEALTH REFORM ~ AFFORDABLE CARE ACT
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http://healthreform.gov/newsroom/new_patients_bill_of_rights.html
~ Health Reform … Patient Care Act, signed June 22, 2010… Fact sheet …
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Fact Sheet: The Affordable Care Act’s New Patient’s Bill of Rights
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June 22, 2010
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A major goal of the Affordable Care Act – the health insurance reform legislation President Obama signed into law on March 23 – is to put American consumers back in charge of their health coverage and care. Insurance companies often leave patients without coverage when they need it the most, causing them to put off needed care, compromising their health and driving up the cost of care when they get it. Too often, insurance companies put insurance company bureaucrats between you and your doctor. The Affordable Care Act cracks down on the some of the most egregious practices of the insurance industry while providing the stability and the flexibility that families and businesses need to make the choices that work best for them.
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Today, the Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS), Labor, and Treasury issued regulations to implement a new Patient’s Bill of Rights under the Affordable Care Act – which will help children (and eventually all Americans) with pre-existing conditions gain coverage and keep it, protect all Americans’ choice of doctors and end lifetime limits on the care consumers may receive. These new protections apply to nearly all health insurance plans.1
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How These New Rules Will Help You
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~ Stop insurance companies from limiting the care you need. For most plans starting on or after September 23, these rules stop insurance companies from imposing pre-existing condition exclusions on your children; prohibit insurers from rescinding or taking away your coverage based on an unintentional mistake on an application; ban insurers from setting lifetime limits on your coverage; and restrict their use of annual limits on coverage.
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~ Remove insurance company barriers between you and your doctor. For plans starting on or after September 23, these rules ensure that you can choose the primary care doctor or pediatrician you want from your plan’s provider network, and that you can see an OB-GYN without needing a referral. Insurance companies will not be able to require you to get prior approval before seeking emergency care at a hospital outside your plan’s network. These protections apply to health plans that are not grandfathered.
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Builds On Other Affordable Care Act Policies
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These new protections complement other parts of the Affordable Care Act including:
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~ Reviewing Insurers’ Premium Increases. HHS recently offered States $51 million in grant funding to strengthen review of insurance premiums. Annual premium hikes can put insurance out of reach of many working families and small employers. These grants are a down-payment that enable States to act now on reviewing, disclosing, and preventing unreasonable rate hikes. Already, a number of States, including California, New York, Maine, Pennsylvania and others are moving forward to improve their oversight and require more transparency of insurance companies’ requests to raise rates.
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~ Getting the Most from Your Premium Dollars. Beginning in January, the Affordable Care Act requires individual and small group insurers to spend at least 80% and large group insurers to spend at least 85% of your premium dollars on direct medical care and efforts to improve the quality of care you receive – and rebate you the difference if they fall short. This will limit spending on overhead and salaries and bonuses paid to insurance company executives and provide new transparency into how your dollars are spent. Insurers will be required to publicly disclose their rates on a new national consumer website – HealthCare.gov.
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Keeping Young Adults Covered. Starting September 23, children under 26 will be allowed to stay on their parent’s family policy, or be added to it. Group health plans that are grandfathered plans can limit this option to adult children that don’t have another offer of employment-based coverage. Many insurance companies and employers have agreed to implement this program early, to avoid a gap in coverage for new college graduates and other young adults.
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~ Providing Affordable Coverage to Americans without Insurance due to Pre-existing Conditions: Starting July 1, Americans locked out of the insurance market because of a pre-existing condition can begin enrolling in the Pre-existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP). This program offers insurance without medical underwriting to people who have been unable to get it because of a preexisting condition. It ends in 2014, when the ban on insurers refusing to cover adults with pre-existing conditions goes into effect and individuals will have affordable choices through Exchanges – the same choices as members of Congress.
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New Consumer Protections Starting As Early As This Fall
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The new Patient’s Bill of Rights regulations detail a set of protections that apply to health coverage starting on or after September 23, 2010, six months after the enactment of the Affordable Care Act. They are:
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~ No Pre-Existing Condition Exclusions for Children Under Age 19. Each year, thousands of children who were either born with or develop a costly medical condition are denied coverage by insurers. Research has shown that, compared to those with insurance, children who are uninsured are less likely to get critical preventive care including immunizations and well-baby checkups. That leaves them twice as likely to miss school and at much greater risk of hospitalization for avoidable conditions.
~ A Texas insurance company denied coverage for a baby born with a heart defect that required surgery. Friends and neighbors rallied around the family to raise the thousands of dollars needed to pay for the surgery and put pressure on the insurer to pay for the needed treatment. A week later the insurer backed off and covered the baby.2
~ The new regulations will prohibit insurance plans from denying coverage to children based on a pre-existing conditions. This ban includes both benefit limitations (e.g., an insurer or employer health plan refusing to pay for chemotherapy for a child with cancer because the child had the cancer before getting insurance) and outright coverage denials (e.g., when the insurer refuses to offer a policy to the family for the child because of the child’s pre-existing medical condition). These protections will apply to all types of insurance except for individual policies that are “grandfathered,” and will be extended to Americans of all ages starting in 2014.
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~ No Arbitrary Rescissions of Insurance Coverage. Right now, insurance companies are able to retroactively cancel your policy when you become sick, if you or your employer made an unintentional mistake on your paperwork.
~ In Los Angeles, a woman undergoing chemotherapy had her coverage cancelled by an insurer who insisted her cancer existed before she bought coverage. She faced more than $129,000 in medical bills and was forced to stop chemotherapy for several months after her insurance was rescinded.3
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Under the regulations, insurers and plans will be prohibited from rescinding coverage – for individuals or groups of people – except in cases involving fraud or an intentional misrepresentation of material facts. Insurers and plans seeking to rescind coverage must provide at least 30 days advance notice to give people time to appeal. There are no exceptions to this policy.
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~ No Lifetime Limits on Coverage. Millions of Americans who suffer from costly medical conditions are in danger of having their health insurance coverage vanish when the costs of their treatment hit lifetime limits set by their insurers and plans. These limits can cause the loss of coverage at the very moment when patients need it most. Over 100 million Americans have health coverage that imposes such lifetime limits.
~ A teenager was diagnosed with an aggressive form of leukemia requiring chemotherapy and a stay in the intensive care unit. He reached his family’s plan’s $1 million lifetime limit in less than a year. His parents had to turn to the public for help when the hospital informed them it needed either $600,000 in certified insurance or a $500,000 deposit to perform the bone marrow transplant he needed.4
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The regulation released today prohibits the use of lifetime limits in all health plans and insurance policies issued or renewed on or after September 23, 2010.
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~ Restricted Annual Dollar Limits on Coverage. Even more aggressive than lifetime limits are annual dollar limits on what an insurance company will pay for health care. Annual dollar limits are less common than lifetime limits, involving 8 percent of large employer plans, 14 percent of small employer plans, and 19 percent of individual market plans. But for people with medical costs that hit these limits, the consequences can be devastating.
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~ One study found that 10 percent of cancer patients reached a limit of what insurance would pay for treatment – and a quarter of families of cancer patients used up all or most of their savings on treatment.5
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The rules will phase out the use of annual dollar limits over the next three years until 2014 when the Affordable Care Act bans them for most plans. Plans issued or renewed beginning September 23, 2010, will be allowed to set annual limits no lower than $750,000. This minimum limit will be raised to $1.25 million beginning September 23, 2011, and to $2 million beginning on September 23, 2012. These limits apply to all employer plans and all new individual market plans. For plans issued or renewed beginning January 1, 2014, all annual dollar limits on coverage of essential health benefits will be prohibited
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Employers and insurers that want to delay complying with these rules will have to win permission from the Federal government by demonstrating that their current annual limits are necessary to prevent a significant loss of coverage or increase in premiums. Limited benefit insurance plans – which are often used by employers to provide benefits to part-time workers — are examples of insurers that might seek this kind of delay. These restricted annual dollar limits apply to all insurance plans except for individual market plans that are grandfathered.
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Protecting Your Choice of Doctors. Being able to choose and keep your doctor is a key principle of the Affordable Care Act, and one that is highly valued by Americans. People who have a regular primary care provider are more than twice as likely to receive recommended preventive care; are less likely to be hospitalized; are more satisfied with the health care system, and have lower costs. Yet, insurance companies don’t always make it easy to see the provider you choose. One survey found that three-fourths of OB-GYNs reported that patients needed to return to their primary care physicians for permission to get follow-up care.
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Read the complete Fact Sheet at the site…
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HealthReform.gov

March 26, 2012

Christie, PCOS Lady

Posted in MY JOURNEY of SORTS tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 2:04 am by PCOSLady


“Welcome” to my PCOS blog…

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I’m Christie, the PCOS Lady…
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My personal PCOS crusade is taking on an extensive journey for all of “YOU” to learn from!
I feel it’s important to post all i can relating to PCOS… We all know the frustrations we
are faced with when diagnosed with PCOS… Not being properly diagnosed is another issue…
Many other conditions are covered… Lifestyle changes i touch on…
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PCOS blogs are out there… I feel many cover the same things… We all have our stories, experiences, treatments, etc… making up our PCOS Journey!
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Being a unique person, i have created my blog(s) in a unique way… I can be seen all over the net passing the PCOS word around!
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~ Read through all my postings:
~ … *My PCOS Symptoms List is extensive…
~ … *Celiac Disease Symptoms are overlapping numerous medical conditions…
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~ In General:
~ … FYI my original blog in 2011 had 1002 medical sites attached to it… Mayo Clinic was one, i have the the list… I was highly flattered when i saw the list!
~ … You will be well informed… Truth, honesty and the right to know drives me…
~ … I love research, 1st hand experiences, the internet, forums, blogs, groups…
~ … Doctors and medical personnel, most are lacking the truths and knowledge on many medical issues… PCOS especially, hmm!
~ … My wish: Same page(symptoms) on PCOS for all the medical world!
~ … Cause we know treatments are a “hit & miss” with each woman… No one thing works for all!
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~ “Me”
~ … “I hate it when good people are done wrong!”
~ … As an Advocate, i have proven some medical professionals wrong and have gotten diagnosis corrected on friends of mine… I have experienced alot!
~ … Malpractice is happening around you! Be aware…
~ … Western medicine, i have been losing confidence in it over the years… Today i consider all the options out there that fit my medical conditions and diagnosed ailments….
~ … I learned at 18 a doctor must keep up with the new medical things from Europe yearly… If they don’t, your doctor is stuck in “yesteryear” literally! *Seek second opinions!!
~ … I am posting scenarios slowly in my blogs…
~ … A doctor’s oath includes “First do no harm…”
Fact: The oath has changed three times over the years…
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My motto:
Know your symptoms…
Know your treatments and options…
and
YOU know your body!
YOU are in control of your body!
Knowledge is POWER!

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My hope is you are well informed, enlightened and educated on PCOS , etc… to get the diagnosis, treatments and can maintain your medical conditions for a happy healthy life!
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A “thank you” to the sites i use and list, blogs, words and pictures i have gathered and use in posts… Credits are through posting your links, etc…
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Christie
the PCOS Lady
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March 18, 2012

Misdiagnosed and Sites…

Posted in LINKS, MISDIAGNOSED tagged , , , , , , at 12:56 am by PCOSLady

WAR HORSE... BE AWARE... SYMPTOMS COUNT! THE RIGHT DIAGNOSIS WILL KEEP YOU ALIVE!



PCOS is a highly misdiagnosed syndrome… Most doctors interpret PCOS in their own way… Hardly ever the right way!
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Felt i should post these sites i found for a friend of mine….
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Searched info on malpractice for a friend of mine… Found interesting information on it…
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Scenario:
Man had passed out, was disoriented when the ambulance got to him… The hospital MD and psychiatrist deemed it a mental problem…
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Truth was his Depakote level was 3 points over the legal limit for the body!
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Another problem, that hospital took him off all drugs which put him in to severe withdrawl !!!!!
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– The 1st hospital never checked the drug levels in his system…
– He had minor to medium type stroke symptoms a few days later… The next hospital straightened him out…
– He was not Diabetic, but had a Hypothyroid and has lost 60 lbs in a few months after… Plus, now has the heart of a 20 yr old, per his heart surgeon!
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MD:
His MD diagnosed him as a Diabetic, injecting 100 units of insulin nightly for a year… No blood tests were ever taken for diabetes…
Fact: If not a Diabetic or given to much insulin your body will make you eat more even through the night to keep up with the insulin! A symptom not listed…
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http://www.rightdiagnosis.com/h/hashimotos_encephalitis/misdiag.htm
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Common Misdiagnoses and Hashimoto’s encephalitis
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Cluster of diseases with difficult diagnosis issues:
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There is a well-known list of medical conditions that are all somewhat difficult to diagnose, and all can present in a variety of different severities. Diseases in this group include multiple sclerosis, lupus, Lyme disease, fibromyalgia, thyroid disorders (hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism), chronic fatigue syndrome, diabetes – all of these can have vague symptoms in their early presentations. Also, depression can have some symptoms similar to these conditions, and also the reverse, that many of these conditions can mimic depression and be misdiagnosed as depression.
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It’s malpractice if you ask:
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“Was this diagnosis given after a thorough medical exam for underlying physical problems that could look like a mental one”
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Thought you might like this collection of “KEY” sites on medical issues…

www.RightDiagnosis.com
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www.Drugs.com
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www.MedicineNet.com
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www.MentalHelp.net
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www.PsychCrime.org
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My point:
You have to keep a record of symptoms, drugs, etc… Have someone available that knows you quite well to back you up! Look up things online, in forums and groups, etc… KEEP notes on what doctors say, do, etc… It all pays for you in the end!
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Advocate:
Even think about a medical advocate to speak for you and handle some medical things for you… I feel you need one if the doctor does not listen to you, etc…
– I witnessed my 65 yr old friend being ignored by his MD…
– 50+ yr olds may need to consider an advocate if they are being ignored or are kinda shy speaking up…
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YOU:
~ YOU know your body…
~ YOU are in control of your body!
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* Part of a doctor’s oath “First do no harm…. “
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A few other links i like are:
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http://www.rightdiagnosis.com/top-100/index.html
~ * Right Diagnosis … 100 misdiagnosed conditions! ~LOOK~
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www.Mercola.com
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www.EveryDayHealth.com
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www.MayoClinic.com

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http://www.rightdiagnosis.com/p/pcos/misdiag.htm
~ Right Diagnosis … Misdiagnosis of PCOS list…

March 17, 2012

Symptoms Circle

Posted in FYI, MINERALS tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 1:25 am by PCOSLady

AROUND WE GO, WHERE WE STOP DEPENDS ON YOU!


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The Vicious Circle of Symptoms
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“Have you tried to alleviate health problems or physical ailments without success, or have you been given pills or treatments only to find that your symptoms remain?”
– Quote from Dr Decuypere…
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I feel this is happening many times over today! I urge you to be “OPEN” minded to consider all possibilities out there… Medical options are modern, natural, homeopathic, Chinese, etc…
~ I always say “Go back to basics” when in trouble, etc…
~ Your body needs a breather from most pills after time… Go off them say for 30 days… Ask your doctor 1st depending on condition…
~ Your body also builds up an immunity to a pill over time… A switch for a while might be needed…
~ Remember to have your drug levels checked periodically as well… There are legal limits in the body on certain drugs! When over the legal limit new symptoms appear which many doctors will misdiagnose…
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Minerals in you should be the first things checked… You need a base report to know where you are… Lack of a mineral causes medical conditions as do having an overage of a mineral in you…
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Test: A hair sample is the best way i have heard of to check for almost everything in you… The report shows the good percentages and the lacking ones along with what you need… A naturalist doctor works on these results…
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Fact: Doctors always test your blood… If a problem shows up in your blood, your body is starting to die inside…
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Minerals should be tested first and periodically! As you know the body depends on them!
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Doctors in med school are trained to only treat the symptoms, not the cause… Can you in vision the vicious circle? Some of you have experienced it in your parents, etc… Over medicated, person is almost a vegetable, loss of memory, $$$, etc…
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FACTS
~ US doctors study the body one part at a time then are tested on it… Never being tested on how the body works as one…
– Told to me by Dr Omar Amin, who travels the world researching parasites…
~ Doctors outside the US are trained to treat the body as a whole… They are tested at the end of their schooling on how the body functions as one living thing…
– This explains why doctors from abroad know more and “fix” us faster, etc…
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Medical conditions begin and continue and get outta hand in time at times…
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Minerals List:
Calcium ~ Copper ~ Iodine ~ Iron ~ Magnesium ~ Maganese ~ Phosphorus ~ Potassium ~ Selenium ~ Sodium ~ Zinc
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Nutrients are important too!
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Vicious Circle: Symptoms..Doctors..Diagnosis..Drugs..$$$$…repeat!
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STOP the circle, help yourself by being healthier!
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Sure you need help for some things, not all things!
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Fact: You have to keep track of your symptoms, almost diagnose yourself online, talking to others, reading, etc… Your symptoms and medial history does matter!
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FACT: IF you are being treated by your doctor for your symptoms/condition and over 3 weeks they do not begin to lesson or go away, you seriously need to be tested for parasites!
~ 8 of 10 times it is parasites!
~ The other minor %’s the doctor misdiagnosed or mistreated them…
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Fact: Your new best friend is your pharmacist! They know the drugs, the reactions and interactions with drugs and the body! Sit down with all you take even over the counter drugs and truly learn alot about you and your doctor(s)!
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www.drugs.com
~ Drugs… Look up any drug and read all about it…
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http://www.healthalternatives2000.com/minerals-
nutrition-chart.html

~ * Mineral Chart… Dr Decuypere
http://www.healthalternatives2000.com/fruit- nutrition-chart.html
~ Nutrient Chart… Dr Decuypere
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http://naturopaths.healthprofs.com/cam/name
~ Dr. Glenn Gero, ND, MSc, MES, CES, CLC, Naturopath …
Holistic Naturopathic Center
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http://pcos.freeservers.com/natural.html
~ Natural Remedies for PCOS and Insulin Resistance
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http://www.rightdiagnosis.com/
~ Right Diagnosis… Extensive site in topics… Multiple symptom checker…
Extensive knowledge base of medical information on symptoms, diagnosis, and misdiagnosis of more than 20,000 medical conditions. Research causes of your symptoms or research treatments for diseases.
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http://www.healthgrades.com/hospital-directory
~ Rates doctors, physicians, hospitals, etc… Take a look…
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FREE ! I’M FREE TO GET TREATED PROPERLY TO GET HEALTHY….


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Google:
minerals in humans
nutrient list
Dr Omar Amin
Dr Glen Gero
health grades

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