Which doctor? or which diagnosis would Beike or Wu require?

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Which doctor? or which diagnosis would Beike or Wu require?

Postby miri » Sun Apr 21, 2013 8:57 am

Hi all. 8) Firstly, while i've read George's valid comments about CCSVI's controversiality, i'm still wondering whether Beike and/or Wu integrate these routines, or are they non-integrative:
(1) CCSVI (in least risky way - I.E. can they predetermine if i'm too reactive to same?
(2) myoablation (couldn't even find a layman definition of myoablation in any online MS glossary)
(3) any other cutting-edge modalities, such as the precision/Pictorial L.I.F.E. and/or ROFES - for diagnostics - based on quantum physics. i've personally proven the precision-accuracy of QuantumPhysics diagnostics. Emphasis: NOT therapy, just diagnostics (and for use as quick reference to check up on the rate of organ/artery repair via MSCs.


My situation:

I'm age 52, and I feel as if soon i won't have use of my right foot. There's pulsing achiness of varicose veins on top of foot, also aching at outer side, and also excruciating spasms in arch when exposed to cold (i.e. barefoot at night). It feels like advanced Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome in foot & ankle, with numbness & tingling. There's also purple streaks in foot & ankle.
As for left foot: Tips of my middle toes feel like Inflamed electric shocks. Plus the left foot is starting to feel like the multi-issued right foot.

I find that cherry-stuff & yogurts are better for me than, say, cheese & choco (no i'm not "officially" dx'ed with gout, rather "fibromyalgia" and "plantar fascitis" and i'm also Electrosensitive to computers & radio, even if not in the Official AMA Lexicon).
Because I needed coffee for excruciating headaches and eye inflammations, that's probably what worsened my already-tight arteries in heart & leg/foot area.

My electrosensitivity developed due to prolonged computer exposure. Computers also factored in both Carpal and Tarsal Tunnel of foot even though officialdom doesn't recognize the connection.

I get bodywide aches, inflamations, cysts, similar to Lyme & MS, including excruciating migraines and eye inflammation.

Back in the 1990s an internist ruled out Lyme via blood tests, but that doesn't mean I don't have bodywide infections and nanobacteria, mimicking Lyme & MS.

I've never had luck with any form of practitioner, and they were numerous, both conventional & alternative. They predominantly proved to be cold, clinical cogs of their respective systems. I sorta find it karmic that China is currently the major player in healing systems considering that in ancient times, Chinese physicians had to abide by the law: If patient isn't healed, they weren't paid. This doesn't necessarily mean i consider them more innovative, but rather, they "get on with what's needed" instead of snarled in irrational, autocratic legalities.

...now back to my situation:
While i recently met someone who had surgery for Tarsal Tunnel, complete with being in a cast for weeks after surgery...
...I myself, on the other hand, don't have normal med. insurance (rather paltry savings from when I used to work back in the 80's, plus getting fleeced by all stripes of practitioners over the years, such as replacement of 17 dental amalgam fillings to the tune of over 10K, as well as Intravenous EDTA chelation (and way more) to the tune of another stack of dough. My teeth & body are still in terrible shape.
...i'm unmarried, and all alone with zero family or societal support. So for me, HSC repair in China may be the better option.

It boils down to:
Either the loss of another HUGE hunk money from paltry savings Vs. loss of one or both feet (& legs)

I'm terrified, not knowing which route to take. :sad: my feet are terrorizing me.
Do I trust an orthopedist (even though they've failed me in the 1970s & 80s)?
The deja-vu re: the hassle & cold clinicism of sick-systems makes me nauseous.

But I may have no choice if their diagnostics are required to gain entry to Beike or Wu.
Or is the plantar fascitis (Dx'ed via podiatrist) sufficient, additional to the Fibromyalgia DX?

P.S. i've always had too tight arteries (they can never find a vein during blood tests). I have narrow ankles & wide feet (combined with overuse, stress, & stupid footwear) which worsened matters, and later, computer EMFs, and most lately, near-zero metabolism causing gross overweight, were added burdens.
Reachable via PM. Seems I have Higbee's HSII on ThisIsMS. Frustrated by MSers, FMers, Lymers & Prematurely-Aged-By-EMFers who prefer cryptic jargonian Systems Vs. Intuitive empirical experience. Don't simple truths count for anything anymore?
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Re: Which doctor? or which diagnosis would Beike or Wu requi

Postby centenarian100 » Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:04 pm

Wow. You have a very complicated situation. It seems that you don't have a clear unifying diagnosis. I imagine it would be difficult for anyone (member of this board, physician, alternative medicine practitioner, or otherwise) would be able to recommend a treatment plan unless a diagnosis could be made. I'm sorry to hear about what you have gone through...especially this...

miri wrote:...i'm unmarried, and all alone with zero family or societal support. So for me, HSC repair in China may be the better option.


Maybe you should reach out to family and friends.

Best of luck :smile:
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Re: Which doctor? or which diagnosis would Beike or Wu requi

Postby miri » Tue Apr 23, 2013 5:26 pm

Please, you don't realize the situation, it takes 2 to tango!! My family are every last one of them too superficial & arrogant to have empathy for "things unseen" as is generally the case with most people - men in particular. (now, if i had BLOTCHY eczema like my neighbor, they'd gush from here till tomorrow!

For example, today i acted good samaritan to my dad (who is blind & has CHF, but yet despite being an advanced-geriatric, never had much experience with genuine pain other than chronic laryngitis). So i phoned to chat with him, since he's alone in an apt. at my sister. During the course of conversation, when (during chatting to pass some time) i hashed re: the non-empathic unhealthcare system that's biased toward men's bone & muscle conditions, much more than womens' nerve & artery conditions, here's his response:

he abruptly said: "you believe that garbage?"
so, containing my fury, i said in a subdued tone: "I gotta go", and hung up.
then afterward, when venting to my sister about it, she's totally unsympathetic.
...(the best adjectives to describe my siblings are - brilliant, selectively-blind, idiots)

And it's not only because he's geriatric. He's been giving these skeptical autocratic responses throughout my life. Even as a kid, when a school backpack hurt my shoulders, he said in an abrupt manner "what are you talking about?" The most evil part about it, is that I'm a clone of his structural physique, so the pain-causing genetics were from him (except females are the victims due to our narrower arteries).

And he's considered sweet (due to good humor & unlimited puns & anecdotes) by my extended family, & society. For example, upon commenting about "giggle genes" (as in the giggle-twins) vs. genes for "sadness", he immediately quipped "you mean Blues Genes". This, from someone in his 90's. And so, i've been visiting with him 15 hours a week for months, after mom passed away, since after all he's good humored.

But he definitely has a harsh, skeptical side, so help me. And you know why? Because he & my family were infected by the toxic eliticism that defines the US(united-states) in general, and the US(unhealthcare system) specifically.

Are you starting to get the picture?

btw, as far as your comment re: complicated situation, you've no idea how complicated it gets. Mine is beyond the pale. Anyway.. thanks for the empathy [sigh] except for that last sentence of course :?
Reachable via PM. Seems I have Higbee's HSII on ThisIsMS. Frustrated by MSers, FMers, Lymers & Prematurely-Aged-By-EMFers who prefer cryptic jargonian Systems Vs. Intuitive empirical experience. Don't simple truths count for anything anymore?
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