Doctor I found recently is N.D. and put me on something called "Hemoguard" It works as blood thinner. From what I can find on internet it is Ginkoba Biloba I think.He says its blood thinner. Is that what you mean? I was never planning to take pharmaceutical blood thinners.Too many bad side effects.At least that is how I feel now about it. I also went back before I saw cardio docs to 12.5mg Toprol a day because I knew they would ask.So I will take small amount and stick with my ND for supplements.He also did some chiro on my T2 which he said was bothering me because of Afib or could cause Afib! All nerves from this muscle lead to heart he said! Makes sense to me! Im only out f NSR about 1-2 week for 2-3 hrs each time. So youre right, I think I'm having more PVC's now than before for whatever reason I don't know.But I told them"I'm managing(the beast)! At least for now! Last yr around January I went for almost a few months with hardly anyafibs! Trying to get back to that! Havent tried d-ribose yet.Taking ones the ND/chiro gave me for awhile.We'll see! Will keep u posted!
Hi! I've had PD for about three months, except mine is around my eyes. I thought it was triggered by the fact that I just restarted my menstrual cycle after 1.5 years (pregnancy, breastfeeding). My doctor has prescribed 2 months of doxicycline and flagyl fungal cream. I'm beyond upset, because you CAN NOT conceive while on doxi or your fetus will have detrimental effects.
Because of this being so close to my eye, I'm very cautious of what I should use. I've tried melaleuca on my nasal bridge as well as lemongrass essential oils, I tried discontinuing all makeup, lotions and face wash. Does anyone have suggestions for the area around the eye as well as eyelid? I would be forever grateful! Thank you!
I'm on some new medication for chronic, severe migraines and have developed heartburn for the first time in my life. It woke me up this morning at 2:00am in severe pain, and of course I had just run out of ACV!
Yellow mustard to the rescue, within minutes I had relief. A few hours later more heartburn, another TBS of mustard, and relief again. I'm so happy!
Thank you so much for posting - I have been suffering with BMS now for about 2 years. It seemed to have started during a tooth implant procedure but I was also going through my life changes. As I was reading your post I started relaxing my tongue and I can't believe that it actually started to make a difference. Looking back on the past couple of years, I realize now that I too unconsciously move my tongue around a lot as it seems I just can't get it into a comfortable place; and my mouth and jaw have been very tense. In trying to consciously relax my tongue and letting it bathe as you suggested, I almost can't feel the annoying sensations while in this relaxed state. I will be consciously trying to relax a few times a day now in hopes that it will get me into the habit - I am hopeful that this will work. I am very excited, as this is something I NEVER thought about. The funny thing is when I first started reading your post, I thought to myself, Nah, that's never going to work, but as I kept reading and started to relax my tongue, I was amazed as how almost immediately I felt a difference. The irritation is still there, but a lot more tolerable and it's only been about 10 mins. It makes sense now as to why BMS reportedly gets progressively worse through out the day as stress levels grow. Now it makes perfect sense as to why relaxation can work! I'm hoping that by relaxing, it will give my mouth a chance to heal and maybe this thing will finally go away. The mind is a very powerful thing! Thanks so much again and God Bless!
Try eating coconut oil everyday sounds weird but it's good for balancing candida and gut health in general. You can also get it in veg capsules or make them yourself. I have also made my own suppositories by refrigerating coconut oil alone and sometimes with certain food grade essential oils both vaginally and the anal route. Helps me very quickly with flares
Yes, that's seems like the case because DMSO is a very effective solvent and transporter, absorber etc. so you would need to use it more intelligently, especially if your taking medications because those would become more concentrated and more effective.
I wanted make one last follow up. My report of 09/12/2016 was a little pre-mature. I had to go in again with the H2O2 injection. I used a different angle, forced the remaining infective core out and have had no problems since then. Just mustering up the courage to do the initial injection was the hardest part. Subsequent follow-ups were uncomfortable but not scary. Follow through made the difference. My infected gum and bone is completely free of infection. The first sign of eruption took place following dental work more than 20 years earlier. Why didn't I know I could manage it this way back then? It would have seemed too radical a move for me, but watching and waiting did nothing other than probably shorten my life. Oh well. Its not a problem anymore.
Magnesium IS important. Capsules are almost worthless. Try powdered, or one of the other powdered combos. You need a lot more than 250mg. For me, during a flare (airborne allergen, dust, smoke or infection induced) Extra mag, especially the spray oil on my chest plus internal helps relax airways. I also make apple cider vinegar, sea salt and honey in hot water and sip that. Good luck...it is horrible to suck air when flaring...especially here at almost 8000 feet!
This is armchair diagnosing and isn't appropriate. I react poorly to garlic, with heartburn, probably because of a sensitivity. Some people can't tolerate cayenne either, or any particular supplement. I like to encourage people to try supplements, but one should learn from experience. Maybe another herb or supplement would help. I have heard from a doctor on youtube that what we have been told is vitamin C all these years doesn't match natural vitamin C's benefits because it is not actually complete. His words are natural source vitamin C acts as 'roto-rooter' on clogged arteries, and vitamin C should have done so all these years, and would have were it complete, like the natural stuff. Perhaps this would work!
please help! my boyfriend has active hepatitis b which cause his liver cancer. Only found out 4 months ago. I was gonna have him try bht for the hepatitis but I read conflicting information that bht can cause cancer to grow! so confuse as I want to control the hepatitis but not if it will increases the tumor. please advise! so confused and lost! thank you!
Not sure where to post. I have a recent problem with my palms, it started with my left palm - itchy in the center then moved more towards thumb the next day with swelling. Then the symptoms moved to my right palm. Ice is the only thing that eases the symptoms.
Anyone know whats up? how to get back to "normal".
I think the swelling is causing the itching, I try not to irritate by scratching.
I have been using acv, turmeric, bs, vco. Lugol's iodine protocol. Cs, de, vit c, borax water, just to name a few.
Anal fissures are not boils that bore holes in the anal tissue. That's a Fistula. Big difference. An anal fissure is a tear in the anal tissue. Another reason to get them, besides the list at the top of the page, is "bracing". If you have pelvic floor tightness your muscles will "brace" and tighten up the opening and then it's like a trying to squeeze a zucchini through a keyhole....which does't work and then we tear. If you have pelvic floor tightness (dysfunction as well), you may also get anal spasms from time to time. My body is so used to being "braced", as soon as the urge hits, the involuntary muscles tighten up on me. I try to go before the urge hits. Squatty Potty position really helps (you can turn a trash can on it's side or a stepping stool ..look up squatty potty). I have had surgery before to cut the sphincter but that doesn't stop the body from bracing so I still get fissures. I can go for a long time and then something will cause my muscles to tighten again and I get another fissure. Currently, it's due to a chest cold and constant hard coughing. I have even been to a physical therapist who helped a LOT but it never lasts and I end up with another fissure. She suggested I do my own internal work (a really thin dialator that is thinner than a finger) but I just can't bring myself to do that. The anus was tight that she could barely get her fingertip in and when she showed me her finger after, the end of her pinky was bright red from being squeezed! I could swear she was putting a baseball bat up inside but it was just her pinky! UGH..... Anyway...that's some TMI. It took about a month of 2x weekly visits to finally be able to not bind up as soon as she started her work. I then did one more month of 1x weekly. I also hear there is valium suppositories to help relax the area as well now. Don't know much about them. I just wanted to let others know that pelvic floor tightness is a big reason to get continuing and chronic anal fissures as well. While I still get fissures after surgery and PT, I don't get them as often and they don't last as long as they used to.