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I get these lumps on my body...

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posted on Sep, 27 2016 @ 08:12 AM
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a reply to: awareness10

I'm 52. I don't keep up with Generation X,Y, Z,.....
I don't put complete faith in Drs, but if somethings wrong, I don't shop the internet for a diagnosis either. I have 2 Drs that I trust, both I know quite well and have been seeing them for over a decade each. They have taken extremely good care of my family and I.




posted on Sep, 27 2016 @ 11:22 AM
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a reply to: awareness10

can we change it to coffeecure2 ??? Cuz I like coffee and drink lots of that. Would kinda fit my lifestyle better ha ha




posted on Sep, 27 2016 @ 11:31 AM
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The best Medical Internet Diagnostic team is here, at BTS c/o ATS.


You're in arm-chair doctor hands.



posted on Sep, 27 2016 @ 11:54 AM
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Read the book "confessions of a medical heritic". The dr who wrote it has like 10 doctorals. He's a world renoun patient advocate. He's been a dr and surgeon in a hospital for decades. He says specifically in the book, that if you want to live longer and healthier never ever to go to clinics or hospitals. And only go if you need trauma care like a broken arm or something that you can't fix, or time can't fix very easily. The book was a best seller years ago but really has been almost suppressed in my opinion by the medical establishment. And I could see why. Like you evetually realize and figure things out that if big pharma and the medical establishment wanted to effectively cure anyone they'd literally be putting themselves out of business overnight. So the name of the game is just getting people on perscriptions that don't cure but only mitigate at best, (meanwhile adding tons of other issues and side effects). That and or operations, many of them are far too risky, and ineffective. All that in the name of making the maximum profit they can by prolonging the decease. Like the Dr's don't know this. Most don't. They just follow they're training, of perscribing x y or z. Or perscribing a specialist, or an operation. That's all they do, which maximizes profit for big pharma. Although in some countries like here we don't pay direct for healthcare. It's all free but we pay via our taxes. So we still are paying for it. Other places you pay in different schemes but you still end up paying.

That's why a lot of Dr's left the medical practice once they found out the real scheme behind it all. Like Depak Chopra and many many others. Dr's use to actually perscribe a lot of herbal remedies up until about the 1930's when the medical field went through a massive shift toward coming up with and pushing endless synthetic drugs.

There's another angle to it too that most people don't fully grasp. And this might sound very odd but this is serious. Like if you go to certain remote villiages in say Africa and other odd places in the world you find the villiage might have a witch doctor. The witch doctor for a fee can put a curse on someone. And that curse will end up killing or harming the intended target, without the need for doing much of anything. For example the witch dr will go to the vitims home, paint chicken blood on the door frame, and do a little ritual. After that the entended target will know "they've been cursed" and many will end up either dying or having massive problems.

Okay why is that??? It's psychosomatic. It's the Plesibo effect. If you believe it strongly enough with another faith, and the event is sort of proved by someone who you regard as an "authority" in the community, you could very very easily internalize the diagnosis or curse and that will amplify the issue, possibly even kill you. You got to be extremely careful what you hear form people in authority. Because you might actually believe it and manifest it. Which is why a witch doctors "curse" and a Medical Dr's "diagnosis" are nearly one in the same thing. They both have that psychosomatic or Plesibo effect on the patient. And end up doing massive harm.

They've even instructed Dr's not never to tell a patient how much time they have left if they're found to have cancer. Because what happens is so many people where dying exactly to the day of there prognosis. So they realized they had to change that. Now a lot of dr's will avoid giving a length of time you have left.

So that why I said earilier than I do my own diagnosis first. Try to narrow it down. Then at least you'd have a rough idea of what might be happening. Often times you can figure out your own best treatment for stuff, depending on the savarity of the issue.

Now a bit of a caveot, I'm not saying you should do this or that. Each to their own. But I'd be extremely careful. We've been preprogrammed to believe all these big brother institutes are there to help us and are our friends, but they can just as easily hurt us. And they often do, as much or more than any help we receive from them. so you have to be very very careful.

Like it's so simple too Jim Rohn talks about this... which is not knowing enough about any certain thing can hurt you. You seriously have to know what you're getting into. And not just go on blind faith.

Anyway, read the book "confessions of a medical heritic" (robert mendelsohn). You'll be surprised.


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posted on Sep, 27 2016 @ 12:17 PM
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What the heck is going on in here!?

A person asked about some red lumps appearing on various parts of the body and going away in 2-3 weeks.

Then a person who is clearly being paid is putting up MASSIVE advertisements selling a product CLAIMING THE PERSON HAS PARASITES!?!?!?

OP, go and see a dermatologist, no answers can be provided here, however my guess would be that you have cystic acne from the locations you described, the painful to the touch, and the length of time they appear and disappear, sweet acne can also be a trigger to forming cystic acne.

I will not be suggesting any type of treatments or remedies as you need to go see a doctor, and any treatments required would require an Rx pad.

For goodness sake people, STOP BLURTING OUT DAMAGING MEDICAL ADVICE!

edit on 27-9-2016 by MuonToGluon because: SP



posted on Sep, 27 2016 @ 12:28 PM
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a reply to: DAVID64

That's cool.. you're at the very beginning of the X Gen on the borderline of the baby boomers. I only trust Dr.'s if it's a life or death situation, it's good to know who you're dealing with and in your case it looks like you have good ones.




posted on Sep, 27 2016 @ 12:32 PM
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ahh coffee well, i'm not sure that will do it but you know, anything's possible though right lol. Informative and funny Vid. I haven't drunk coffee in years. Perhaps i'll buy a coffee maker and grind my own and test this theory.



posted on Sep, 27 2016 @ 12:45 PM
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I have a suggestion for you that is very easy to try. You need 2 things, organic coconut oil (costco is a great source, get their own brand Kirkland), and dead sea salt (best source I've found is San Francisco Bath Salt Company online, the bigger bag you buy the cheaper it is and it's a great deal vs. buying in a store or fancy marketing brands)

You're skin needs to be remineralized on a regular basis and the Dead Sea salt has the highest mineral content of almost anything on the planet. Dissolve 2 cups in a nice warm bath and soak for at least 30 minutes and finish with a shower exfoliation with a loofah or scrunchee. Do at least a couple or 3 times a week.

After your salt bath or your everyday shower rub your entire body down with coconut oil (a little goes a long way) and let it kind of soak in for 10 minutes or so and pat down the excess with a towel.

You should notice a very dramatic difference in the quality of your skin and the spots, which could likely be ingrown hairs especially if they are in spots where you shave or epilate, will go away and shouldn't return if you keep up some form of this routine.

There is one other topical remedy you can apply directly to a spot if it's a persistent one and that is Manuka Honey which is 300 time more bioactive than regular run of the mill raw honey.

At any rate the worst thing you will get out of doing this is the healthiest skin you will ever have.

* omega oils in the diet help greatly with skin health among many other things. Best source for this is Udo's 3-6-9 Oil Blend. Order from vitaminshoppe.com for best deal.



posted on Sep, 27 2016 @ 01:09 PM
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originally posted by: MuonToGluon
What the heck is going on in here!?

A person asked about some red lumps appearing on various parts of the body and going away in 2-3 weeks.

Then a person who is clearly being paid is putting up MASSIVE advertisements selling a product CLAIMING THE PERSON HAS PARASITES!?!?!?

OP, go and see a dermatologist, no answers can be provided here, however my guess would be that you have cystic acne from the locations you described, the painful to the touch, and the length of time they appear and disappear, sweet acne can also be a trigger to forming cystic acne.

I will not be suggesting any type of treatments or remedies as you need to go see a doctor, and any treatments required would require an Rx pad.

For goodness sake people, STOP BLURTING OUT DAMAGING MEDICAL ADVICE!


I was looking at some photos of cystic acne and that very likely might be what they are. I only have a few, it's not a bad condition so it's not really worth my time to do anything about it. I think that's why the Dr's I went to see probably realized that's what it was and said "don't worry about it" sort of thing.



posted on Sep, 27 2016 @ 01:37 PM
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a reply to: bigpatato

I'm not a doctor, but I do have some years of experience and also this Google thing and I'm a pretty good googlizer.

Sounds lik they might be sebaceous cysts.




posted on Sep, 27 2016 @ 05:44 PM
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originally posted by: yeahright
a reply to: bigpatato

I'm not a doctor, but I do have some years of experience and also this Google thing and I'm a pretty good googlizer.

Sounds lik they might be sebaceous cysts.



no it's not that. They go away on their own usually within a month.



posted on Sep, 28 2016 @ 11:17 AM
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Yes, sebaceous cysts frequently go away without treatment.




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