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09-10-2016, 08:19 PM #376
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09-10-2016, 08:47 PM #377
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(09-10-2016, 07:23 PM)NODOOM Wrote:  Yes you are absolutely correct on the danger of sodium levels. I know immediately when they have dropped due to the spaced out confused state my mind gets in. It is not a pleasant feeling i can tell you. The further they drop the more confused I become and the more dizzy and spaced out I feel.

Hopefully this will improve by Monday and then I will be happy to go home. I have a disabled electric scooter waiting to be delivered but have not been at home to take delivery of yet. This will make me at least mobile thereby increasing my quality of life.

I am happy to see it is not an issue the site being quiet. And yes there are not the "Baboons and snakes" on here and that makes it worth it.

Looks like you have had your share of dangerous illness but managed to pull through each time. The support I get from good people like yourself does make a big difference in my moral and I am sure helps toward my recovery.

The main thing when you go home is that you are able to check your sodium level and have it under control so it remains stable and then prevent the wheezing and rattling and phlegm with blood.

A bit of online research got me this:

What Causes Your Sodium Levels to Drop?

Function of Sodium

Sodium plays a key role in your body function. It helps to maintain normal blood pressure, regulate your body's fluid balance, support the work of your muscles and nerves and maintain normal blood pressure. Sodium is an electrolyte that helps to regulate water levels in your cells. According to MayoClinic.com, normal blood plasma contains between 136 and 145 milliequivalents per liter (mEq/L) of sodium. When your sodium level falls below 135 mEq/L, hyponatremia occurs.

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more here:
http://www.livestrong.com/article/205432...s-to-drop/

What to Do If You Have Low Sodium Levels?

Low sodium levels, or hyponatremia, can lead to confusion, a coma or even death. It is the most common electrolyte disorder in the United States, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. Low sodium levels must be treated promptly to avoid life-threatening complications. In addition to treating the low sodium level, your healthcare provider will find the cause of the low sodium levels and treat that condition as well.

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more here:
http://www.livestrong.com/article/461032...um-levels/

Have your doctors prescribed you anything particular regarding sodium?
09-10-2016, 08:57 PM #378
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Hello again Nigel,
Re, my post above, you said:
"Looks like you have had your share of dangerous illness but managed to pull through each time."

Yes, I have fought serious illness, and I understand your situation. Twice I was so close to death from kidney disease that the room around me disappeared, and I saw the tunnel! It was blacker than the deepest black that you can think of. It seemed to draw me into it, but I knew instinctively that if I went down it, I wouldn't come back. Not that death is anything to be feared, and when my time comes, I'll welcome it. But I didn't want to leave right then, I had places I wanted to go and things to do.
I was being treated at Kings College hospital in London, and had to undergo horrible tests, they inject dye into your veins, etc, not a lot of fun. But I just wasn't getting better.
The doctor in charge of my case looked so sombre at my test results, that I said shakily: "How long have I got, then? Just tell me, I can take it."

Instead of answering, he came round from his desk, knelt down in front of me, and took both my hands in his. He had tears in his eyes. (This was more frightening to me, Nigel, than anything he could possibly have said! :)
He said: "I don't want you to worry about anything. Just go home, live your life, and if at any time, day or night, you feel bad, I want you to just come straight here, OK? You don't need to go to reception, just come straight up to my ward. Any time."

I could tell that he thought I *would* feel that ill!
I resolved right there and then that I was never going back. If I died, I died. They were good people, doing the best they could; I was just sick of all the to-and-fro-ing from hospital. I'd had enough. So I never went back.
I had a couple of times when I was so ill that I *knew* I was dying. But each time, by the grace of God, I recovered. I took great care with what I ate and drank, I meditated and read spiritual books. My unwell periods got less and less frequent over the next year. Within 3 years, I was completely, 100% better.
I looked it up later. At my stage of renal failure, the mortality rate was NINETY EIGHT PERCENT!!

Sometimes I think it'd be fun to track the doctor down and go and see him, decades later and blooming with health, to say, 'Hi! Remember me?' But I'm too nice to want to cause people heart attacks, lol. :o)

So you see, I know from direct experience that the odds don't matter. Ultimately it's up to God, the spirit world; if it's our time to leave, then it just is. But we have the freedom to try for an extension, to say, 'No, I want to be here a bit longer.' Always worth fighting, because you never know!
09-10-2016, 09:19 PM #379
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(09-10-2016, 08:47 PM)MadameConcorde Wrote:  
(09-10-2016, 07:23 PM)NODOOM Wrote:  Yes you are absolutely correct on the danger of sodium levels. I know immediately when they have dropped due to the spaced out confused state my mind gets in. It is not a pleasant feeling i can tell you. The further they drop the more confused I become and the more dizzy and spaced out I feel.

Hopefully this will improve by Monday and then I will be happy to go home. I have a disabled electric scooter waiting to be delivered but have not been at home to take delivery of yet. This will make me at least mobile thereby increasing my quality of life.

I am happy to see it is not an issue the site being quiet. And yes there are not the "Baboons and snakes" on here and that makes it worth it.

Looks like you have had your share of dangerous illness but managed to pull through each time. The support I get from good people like yourself does make a big difference in my moral and I am sure helps toward my recovery.

The main thing when you go home is that you are able to check your sodium level and have it under control so it remains stable and then prevent the wheezing and rattling and phlegm with blood.

A bit of online research got me this:

What Causes Your Sodium Levels to Drop?

Function of Sodium

Sodium plays a key role in your body function. It helps to maintain normal blood pressure, regulate your body's fluid balance, support the work of your muscles and nerves and maintain normal blood pressure. Sodium is an electrolyte that helps to regulate water levels in your cells. According to MayoClinic.com, normal blood plasma contains between 136 and 145 milliequivalents per liter (mEq/L) of sodium. When your sodium level falls below 135 mEq/L, hyponatremia occurs.

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more here:
http://www.livestrong.com/article/205432...s-to-drop/

What to Do If You Have Low Sodium Levels?

Low sodium levels, or hyponatremia, can lead to confusion, a coma or even death. It is the most common electrolyte disorder in the United States, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. Low sodium levels must be treated promptly to avoid life-threatening complications. In addition to treating the low sodium level, your healthcare provider will find the cause of the low sodium levels and treat that condition as well.

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more here:
http://www.livestrong.com/article/461032...um-levels/

Have your doctors prescribed you anything particular regarding sodium?

Yes those are the symptoms I get. Confusion, sweating and headache.

The doctor has prescribed some tablet to help increase the sodium level. I take this every morning only.

Before I had difficulty getting the platelets up. Now that is ok and now this problem. It's one thing after another. Frustrating to say the least.

Thank you for the research you did.
09-10-2016, 09:35 PM #380
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(09-10-2016, 08:57 PM)Arcturian Wrote:  Hello again Nigel,
Re, my post above, you said:
"Looks like you have had your share of dangerous illness but managed to pull through each time."

Yes, I have fought serious illness, and I understand your situation. Twice I was so close to death from kidney disease that the room around me disappeared, and I saw the tunnel! It was blacker than the deepest black that you can think of. It seemed to draw me into it, but I knew instinctively that if I went down it, I wouldn't come back. Not that death is anything to be feared, and when my time comes, I'll welcome it. But I didn't want to leave right then, I had places I wanted to go and things to do.
I was being treated at Kings College hospital in London, and had to undergo horrible tests, they inject dye into your veins, etc, not a lot of fun. But I just wasn't getting better.
The doctor in charge of my case looked so sombre at my test results, that I said shakily: "How long have I got, then? Just tell me, I can take it."

Instead of answering, he came round from his desk, knelt down in front of me, and took both my hands in his. He had tears in his eyes. (This was more frightening to me, Nigel, than anything he could possibly have said! :)
He said: "I don't want you to worry about anything. Just go home, live your life, and if at any time, day or night, you feel bad, I want you to just come straight here, OK? You don't need to go to reception, just come straight up to my ward. Any time."

I could tell that he thought I *would* feel that ill!
I resolved right there and then that I was never going back. If I died, I died. They were good people, doing the best they could; I was just sick of all the to-and-fro-ing from hospital. I'd had enough. So I never went back.
I had a couple of times when I was so ill that I *knew* I was dying. But each time, by the grace of God, I recovered. I took great care with what I ate and drank, I meditated and read spiritual books. My unwell periods got less and less frequent over the next year. Within 3 years, I was completely, 100% better.
I looked it up later. At my stage of renal failure, the mortality rate was NINETY EIGHT PERCENT!!

Sometimes I think it'd be fun to track the doctor down and go and see him, decades later and blooming with health, to say, 'Hi! Remember me?' But I'm too nice to want to cause people heart attacks, lol. :o)

So you see, I know from direct experience that the odds don't matter. Ultimately it's up to God, the spirit world; if it's our time to leave, then it just is. But we have the freedom to try for an extension, to say, 'No, I want to be here a bit longer.' Always worth fighting, because you never know!

At the beginning of all this I was given just 3 days to live unless they gave me Chemotherapy there and then. I had no choice but to take the chance of that and even they were not sure if it could help as it was so late. But I did the Chemo and here we are 1 month later still alive. So who knows maybe it's not my time yet.

The prognosis now has only changed to 1 month. But we will see about that. I'm not going to go without a fight.

I am trying different alternative treatments at the moment, after all it would seem I have nothing to lose.

You are certainly the proof that miracles can happen and you can contrary to what the doctors say survive even when there is little or no chance. That is an inspiration to me.

I was so eager to go home but at the end of the day knowing how dangerous low sodium levels can be and by the way I am feeling with this confusion and spaced out feeling it was the sensible thing to remain here and see how things go for the next couple of days.

All the best to you my friend.
09-10-2016, 09:50 PM #381
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Our old friend and member Bohica's wife was diagnosed with cancer and given limited time, 6 months or so if I remember correctly. Anyway, that was years ago and she proved her doctors wrong many times. She's still alive.

It's possible to defy all odds and you do have a bigger support group than most people.
09-10-2016, 10:04 PM #382
MadameConcorde Member
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(09-10-2016, 09:35 PM)NODOOM Wrote:  The prognosis now has only changed to 1 month. But we will see about that. I'm not going to go without a fight.

I am trying different alternative treatments at the moment, after all it would seem I have nothing to lose.

I'll say you have everything to gain. Going natural will make you stronger.
Though those tablets to help to maintain sodium level can't be harmful. Some of the medication you will have to take until things get back to normal.

I found something interesting. You have to take a look at this.
There is a gold mine of information in here.

Welcome to Cancer Tutor

Find the Natural Cancer Treatment for You

Cancer Tutor is a leading voice in natural cancer treatment and prevention. This website is a cumulative product of cancer researchers and affiliates of the Independent Cancer Research Foundation, Inc. (ICRF). The ICRF is a 501©(3) non-profit educational organization, headquartered in Nevada, USA. It was founded by R. Webster Kehr in 2006 to research and report on the most effective natural cancer treatments available.

Cancer Tutor is not just for those with cancer. Many natural health practitioners and researchers have recognized Cancer Tutor as being a seminal force in their journey. Because CancerTutor.com receives no advertising dollars and sells no products, it has remained a safe haven for the truth — a place where cancer researchers and patients can share their successes and their failures without fear.

From its first online article in 2003 to now reaching more than 20,000 daily visitors, it has become a lifeline for countless patients, practitioners and researchers worldwide.

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More here:
http://www.cancertutor.com/

and this....

Bone Marrow Cancers (e.g. Multiple Myeloma [MM])


...
Essential Oils

This is a multiple myeloma testimonial. The main treatment was a combination of several essential oils called: Juva Flex, by the vendor Young Living. If you look at the actions of the various individual essential oils, you see at least 3 essential oils that are either antifungal or antimicrobial. This may mean that the essential oils were killing the microbes inside of the cancer cells, allowing them to revert back to being normal cells. Essential oils are an exciting new field of research in alternative medicine. Here is the testimonial:


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More here:
http://www.cancertutor.com/bone_marrow_cancer/
09-10-2016, 10:17 PM #383
Crystaleena Member
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Hi Nigel,

I'm a new member that was banned from the other place.

I'm glad you decided to stay in the hospital. In my heart I feel that's the safest place for you right now!

I hope you are feeling calmer and more relaxed as the sodium levels straighten out!
09-10-2016, 10:24 PM #384
MadameConcorde Member
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Cancertutor.com is a gold mine of information!

see the linked page:
https://www.cancertutor.com/weak_patients/

14), honey and herbs are a very excellent way to energize weak cells. The honey is used so the herb will target the cancer cells, but honey by itself is a cell energizer.

The recommended combinations are:

1) Honey and turmeric (every other day, alternate with ginger),

2) Honey and ginger (every other day, alternate with turmeric),

3) Honey and cinnamon (every day).

“Honey and turmeric” and “honey and ginger” are taken on alternating days.

All three of these items can kill the microbes that cause cancer which exist inside of the cancer cells AND energize the non-cancerous cells and cancer cells.

With regards to the honey, the darker the better. Grade B Canadian honey is the best, but other brands are also very good.

Hopefully, the cinnamon will come from Viet Nam, where they have the highest percentage of cinnamon oil.

Two other herbs which are highly recommended for cancer patients are Red Clover Tea and Echinacea.

....


Cannabis Oil Formula (Claimed to be effective on very advanced cancer patients.)


(This is from an email)

The oil they use is essentially Rick Simpson oil. So the patient doesn’t need to go to Oregon if they already have Rick Simpson oil. Stoney Girl Gardens sell and make their own strains of “Rick Simpson Oil” – however, the protocols they have developed for the Flax Oil Enema Protocol, and the Cannabis-Budwig Protocol, will work with any cannabis oil. The user manual instructions are a little complicated, so it would be nice if it could be simplified:

They start with the full strength cannabis oil “Rick Simpson oil”, and make a 1/20th dosage mixture. So one gram, or 1 cc of full strength cannabis oil is thinned with 6-8 drops of 190 proof alcohol as needed, and is mixed with 20 cc of flax oil. This mixture yields 21 doses of the of the 1/20th gram flax/cannabis oil dosing mixture, and the dosing oil MUST be stored in the refrigerator because flax seed oil will spoil if left at room temperature. Patients can start with the 1/20th gram dose and GRADUALLY work their way up to a 1/2 gram dose as needed – each patient is different. The enema protocol of the cannabis oil/”Rick Simpson Oil” is very powerful and having amazing results with very sick patients.

Diluted dosage mixture:
1 gram (1cc) cannabis oil/Rick Simpson Oil
6-8 drops 190 proof alcohol (optional, as needed)
20 cc flax oil

Thin the cannabis oil/Rick Simpson oil with alcohol as needed, then mix in the flax oil. Keep this mixture refrigerated. This makes 21 doses of the 1/20th gram dosing mixture.

For enema application:

1cc of the 1/20th gram flax/cannabis oil dosing mixture
1 tablespoon liquid lethicin (optional)
5 1/2 ounces flax oil

Mix the dosing mixture with liquid lethicin and flax oil. After mixing well, use a funnel to pour oil preparation into an enema bottle (available at pharmacy or drug store, empty out the saline/laxitive solution and just reuse the bottle, http://www.amazon.com/Fleet-Enema-Adult-...ative+8+oz). This enema preparation should be used once or twice per day.

For Stoney Girl Gardens detailed instructions on Flax Oil Enema Protocol and Cannabis-Budwig Protocol:
http://gro4me.com/marijuana-plant-seeds/...w-to-make/
http://gro4me.com/NewUserManualRev10-13.pdf


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http://www.cancertutor.com/weak_patients/
09-10-2016, 10:36 PM #385
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This:

Moringa Oleifera – Miracle Tree

Moringa oleifera is a tree brought from the mind of God to the hands of man. It was recognized by the National Institutes of Health as the Botanical of the Year for 2007, and praised again in 2011 and 2012. It is valued worldwide for its ability to treat over 300 diseases. [i] It has the ability to retain high concentrations of electrolyte minerals, allowing it to stay internally hydrated in the driest of conditions.

Africans have honored it with names that translate to: “Never Die,” and “The Only Thing that Grows in the Dry Season,” and “Mother’s Milk.” I think it’s safe to say that this plant has saved more lives in 3rd world countries than any other. Why do I say this? This amazing tree is capable of delivering what the body needs and these enzymatically active amino acid sequences may simply not exist in the food chain anywhere else, and that is just the tip of the nutritional iceberg when it comes to Moringa oleifera. [ii] [iii] [iv]

It’s an unfortunate fact that our own “civilized” food supply no longer feeds us well nutritionally. Our food is comforting, and tastes good, but as far as our cells are concerned, too much of what we eat is over-processed, denatured and acidic, and ends up depleting our bodies— robbing us rather than feeding us. Today’s western diet has double the caloric intake of a consumer in 1965 and we are receiving 75% less nutrient value for current calories consumed. Seeking daily, quality nutrient supplementation is no longer an option but a requirement for health. We all need to supplement our diets in the most efficient and economical means possible.

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Read more here:
http://www.cancertutor.com/moringa-oleifera/
09-10-2016, 11:07 PM #386
MadameConcorde Member
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Trying my best with some useful information for you.

I hope you will be able to get some sleep tonight.

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09-11-2016, 12:11 AM #387
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(09-10-2016, 09:35 PM)NODOOM Wrote:  I was so eager to go home but at the end of the day knowing how dangerous low sodium levels can be and by the way I am feeling with this confusion and spaced out feeling it was the sensible thing to remain here and see how things go for the next couple of days.

I think this is a very wise decision Nigel. I am happy to hear that your sodium level is up to 20 now. And your platelets are still good. But I agree that being monitored a couple of extra days is the sensible thing to do.

Prayers that you continue to head back into that positive direction. You're on your way again. : )

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09-11-2016, 12:15 AM #388
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(09-10-2016, 11:07 PM)MadameConcorde Wrote:  Trying my best with some useful information for you.

I hope you will be able to get some sleep tonight.

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Just wanted to say that I think you are very kind for doing the research you are doing to share with Nigel. : )

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09-11-2016, 07:28 AM #389
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Good morning. Happy Sunday.

I slept much better last night having managed to get 6 hours.

Woke up needing the nebulizer.

Otherwise I am feeling much better generally. I hope that bad patch I had there for a few days is now on the turn..

Wishing everyone a peaceful Sunday.
09-11-2016, 07:42 AM #390
JDBecause Member
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(09-11-2016, 07:28 AM)NODOOM Wrote:  Good morning. Happy Sunday.

I slept much better last night having managed to get 6 hours.

Woke up needing the nebulizer.

Otherwise I am feeling much better generally. I hope that bad patch I had there for a few days is now on the turn..

Wishing everyone a peaceful Sunday.

Glad to hear it Nigel! Glad glad glad!!!!! Still praying for you brother!



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