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Cancer New Natural Pancreatic Treatment

The pancreatic cancer is one of the cancers which is commonly found in men. This is developed in the pancreas which is a part of the 00004000 stomach in your body. The mission of our center is to empower with no side effects at our center with the curing of the pancreatic cancer.

The information which we are providing you here is one of the basic and initial information in order to provide support and hope as well as to facilitate informed decisions. So please consider it as a basic one not a doctor’s advice. Pancreatic cancer is one the most common cancer which is found in the men. When this cancer is found in men it results in fear and confusion for the patient and their family members. So at this stage it is an urge need for them to know about the treatment options and therapies through clinical trial. They should also know and understand the role of supportive care, complementary and alternative medicine which is essential to cure the disease.

The exact cause for this pancreatic cancer is unknown but the age; diet and lifestyle are linked with this pancreatic cancer. This disease is one of the most serious of cancers as it grows slowly and does not show any symptoms at its initial stage. This disease develops when the cancerous cells form in the tissues of your pancreas which is a large organ that lies in the stomach. The leading cause for the more death rates in pancreatic cancer is it spreads rapidly and is rarely detected at its initial stage. The cause does not appear until it quite advanced. The researchers have started to understand the basis of the disease that eventually lead to

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Whats the newest treatment for symptomatic fibroids in women?
    Bleeding fibroids. Alternate to surgery??

    • ANSWER:
      One thing that could help (although it’s not new) is to try a medication called Lupron to see if that helps shrink it. Another thing out there that can be of help is called uterine fibroid embolization but it only works for fibroids in certain areas. Size also becomes an issue.

      A third thing that some are using is ultrasound to try and dissolve the fibroid.

      I have the link to a site that may help you find more information. If interested in checking it out please feel free to e-mail or IM me off site any time.

  2. QUESTION:
    Has anyone ever had the thermal ablation for treating fibroids?
    I had a myo done 2 yrs. ago almost. and there baaaaaaack
    So, instead of going thru another major operation again in less than 2 yrs. ago, am considering that fairly new treatment where you lay down, and the docs do this guided ultra sound “heating” ea. individual fibroid tumor
    have you had this done or know of anyone who has?
    no, i do NOT want my uterus ripped out. I don’t have any children, but as far as all the articles I’ve read, hysterectomy isn’t all that healthy for women. and plus yes, if my life were in danger then I’d opt for it.

    • ANSWER:
      I’m sure that SOMEONE has…

  3. QUESTION:
    Uterine fibroids?
    Hi. Has anyone had treatment for uterine fibroids? If so, did they work? Did you have children during or after these cursed things? My daughter has gone through the procedure of having the blood vessels blocked to them but new ones are now growing. Dreadful problem. please help

    • ANSWER:
      See this site for natural help.

      http://www.phifoundation.org/menses.html

  4. QUESTION:
    Cancer or Not Cancer?
    Ok, my mom has had a history of overexaggerating things. She has said that she has had cancer twice that I could remember. Her first occurence of cancer happened after a small car accident. She was in the front passenger seat and we were lightly rear-ended. Shortly after that, she was having problems moving her right arm. I went to her house for the weekend (my dad has custody of me), and she was lying in bed sick. She informed me that she had a tumour in her right shoulder. Several times after that, she said that she was undergoing chemotherapy, but the strange thing is, she wasn’t exhausted, her hair wasn’t falling out, but she was slowly recovering as if she was going through chemo. What do you think of this scenario?
    Next, about a year later, at one of my dance recitals, her right arm was completely locked, she had no use of her fingers, they were locked into a position as if she were holding a pencil or something. Shortly after that, she had went to the hospital to be diagnosed with a rare disease called CRPS (Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome). I’m not sure if you have heard of this disease seeing as though it is fairly new, but every nerve in her body that registers pain multiplies by 1000, and if it hurts too much, that part of your body will shut down and lock and you will have no use of it. A few months later, she was (supposively) diagnosed with Chron’s Disease. However, instead of having diarrhea like a typical person with Chron’s, she is constipated! So bad to the point where her bowel tore open and she had to be flushed out and her colon sewn back together. The medication that she is on are Percassettes(Oxycodone), Morphine(30’s, 60’s and 100’s, she sometimes takes them all at the same time), Amitriptilene, Clonazepam, Zantac, Dillodid (I think that is how you spell it), and a few others that I don’t know (hey, it’s pretty bad when you’re her only, 15-year-old teenage pharmacist and I know almost exactly what her meds are! However, I do plan on taking a career in drug research). She was just put on the Dillodid a few weeks ago. She was diagnosed with CRPS on July 3rd two years ago and the Chron’s about 4 months after that. Anyways, just after school started in September, on my way to Air Cadets, I was informed that my mom had Uterine Cancer and that it was in it’s 3rd or 4rth stage, until my mom told me that she was only at stage 2 yesterday. Again, she has been going through chemotherapy, but she is showing HUGE signs of exhaustion, to the point where she sleeps all day and you can’t get a hold of her to say hi, lol. But still, no hair loss, and that is the biggest sign of undergoing chemo (I did a speech on cancer and it’s treatments in Grade 8). She is still constipated, she goes about once or twice every couple of weeks. Sometimes I wonder of it the medication that is making her constipated, because Morphine will do that to you, but she supposedly has Chron’s. which makes you have constant diarrhea. Which one is it? Anyways, Since her CRPS, her legs have swollen up to the size of a ventillation pipe, and you can’t tell where her ankle is or her knee. This happens on and off, but more frequently nowadays. She is also in a lot more pain. She also has Fibroids in her Uterus that are eating away at her insides. Another thing, she was diagnosed with cancer 4 months ago, and she always says that she has to have a hystorectomy, but they only want to take out 1 ovary! Usually if there’s cancer all throughout your Uterus, they wouldn’t hesitate to remove something! She was supposed to have surgery in October, but they changed her surgery date and my mom still “Doesn’t know when it is, they are discussing it when I have another MRI or Ultrasound”. If she really has Cancer, they wouldn’t change the date of her surgery, they would make her have it ASAP. If she does have cancer, it would be getting worse and worse, and the doctors aren’t doing anything about it! Anyways, what my major questions are, 1: do you think that she has cancer if the doctors are putting it off this long and she is only showing a few of the symptoms? 2: About her medication, Oxycodone and Morphine are both addictive drugs, do you think the reason she is showing more pain nowadays is because she is addicted to them? Be honest please, I must have someone’s opinion. and 3: Do you think she has Chron’s Disease if she is constipated and she is not having flare-ups? Please answer to the best of your ability, I am not only starting to worry about my mothers health and wellness, but I am also questioning her honesty. Thank you, your help is greatly appreciated

    • ANSWER:
      My opinion: I think your mom was injured in a car accident, and took painkillers for it, and then became addicted to the painkillers, and since then has been making up one disease after another in order to get more painkillers. She may have some underlying psychological problems too, that existed before the drug problems or other physical problems. Does she drink too much alcohol? One of the reasons she says she has cancer is to gain sympathy and an explanation to others for her behavior, which she is ashamed and embarrassed about. Combined with this, being on so many pills has caused other problems, like the awful constipation. That kind of constipation is typical of those who abuse oxycodone (Percoset), Dilaudid and morphine (all are opiates). Clonazepan (Klonipin) is a common thing for people to be addicted to, too–it is a tranquilizer. Amitriptyline is an anti-depressant. She’s probably depressed from all the downers she’s taking (percoset, morphine, dilaudid and klonipin are downers). Zantac isn’t an addictive drug–it’s for stomach acid. Taking all these downers and tranquilizers together is going to make you want to sleep all the time, so that is why she always seems exhausted.

      Fibroids don’t “eat away at your insides,” as your mother said. They are annoying and can cause irregular and heavy bleeding, but are not usually too dangerous. They’re also very very common. They usual treatment is hysterectomy. My guess about what is really going on: your mom has fibroids, and due to her dramatic nature, she has told people that it’s uterine cancer, to gain more sympathy, instead of scorn for her lying around doing nothing all day. If she did have uterine cancer, she’d be having surgery like immediately. With fibroids, they often recommend surgery, but they are more casual about it since they’re not usually dangerous (FYI: uterine cancer is one of the less dangerous cancers, so if your mom really does have it, then she’ll probably be OK as long as she is receiving treatment. But they can’t stage cancer before surgery, so there’s no way that they’d say she was “stage 2” without ever having operated!). They might postpone a hysterectomy for fibroids. These MRIs or ultrasounds she’s mentioned are probably for the fibroids, if there’s any truth to what she is saying. She doesn’t want to have them because she wants to milk the docs for as many of the pills she’s addicted to as she can. She might also be worried that she won’t get enough of the pills she wants while in the hospital for the fibroid surgery.

      When you are addicted to painkillers, it is very painful to not have those painkillers. So you can be in agony during withdrawal. But then when withdrawal is over, the pain is gone. So the CRPS could be part of this whole cycle of addiction, withdrawal, and more addiction.

      I don’t know about whether or not she has Crohn’s, but the timing of the diagnosis is suspicious. The constipating effects of the opiates could outweigh the diarrheal effects of Crohn’s. But I bet it’s just impossible to tell what’s really going on right now.

      I’m sorry, I know that the possibility that what I am saying is true must be very painful. And let’s face it–I’m a random person on the internet, I don’t know you or your mom. I do know addicts whose story sounds just like your mom’s, though.

      Here are my recommendations:
      1) Go to a local meeting of Alateen (http://www.al-anon.alateen.org/alateen.html )
      This is a group for teens who have friends or family who are addicts. At this meeting, you will find information that will help you to better gauge if your mother is an addict or not, and help you to get support from other teens who are going through the same things you are going through. If there’s no local Alateen meeting, go to an Al-Anon meeting, which is like Alateen but for everyone, not just teens.
      2) Go into your mom’s drug cabinet and write down all the drugs she’s on, dosage, date she got the drug, name of doctor. Then, is there any doctor, pharmacist, or drug counselor you know and trust who you can ask about these drugs? Like if it seems excessive, or strange that that’s what she’s taking? This list will also help you I think figure out if I’m full of sh!t in what I’m saying about what I think is going on, and whether or not your mom has cancer and/or Crohn’s. Like, if she had cancer, there would be certain drugs she’d have there, especially anti-nausea drugs which they generally put anyone having chemo on.

      Good luck!

  5. QUESTION:
    Whats going on with my mom?
    Ok, my mom has had a history of overexaggerating things. She has said that she has had cancer twice that I could remember. Her first occurence of cancer happened after a small car accident. She was in the front passenger seat and we were lightly rear-ended. Shortly after that, she was having problems moving her right arm. I went to her house for the weekend (my dad has custody of me), and she was lying in bed sick. She informed me that she had a tumour in her right shoulder. Several times after that, she said that she was undergoing chemotherapy, but the strange thing is, she wasn’t exhausted, her hair wasn’t falling out, but she was slowly recovering as if she was going through chemo. What do you think of this scenario?
    Next, about a year later, at one of my dance recitals, her right arm was completely locked, she had no use of her fingers, they were locked into a position as if she were holding a pencil or something. Shortly after that, she had went to the hospital to be diagnosed with a rare disease called CRPS (Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome). I’m not sure if you have heard of this disease seeing as though it is fairly new, but every nerve in her body that registers pain multiplies by 1000, and if it hurts too much, that part of your body will shut down and lock and you will have no use of it. A few months later, she was (supposively) diagnosed with Chron’s Disease. However, instead of having diarrhea like a typical person with Chron’s, she is constipated! So bad to the point where her bowel tore open and she had to be flushed out and her colon sewn back together. The medication that she is on are Percassettes(Oxycodone), Morphine(30’s, 60’s and 100’s, she sometimes takes them all at the same time), Amitriptilene, Clonazepam, Zantac, Dillodid (I think that is how you spell it), and a few others that I don’t know (hey, it’s pretty bad when you’re her only, 15-year-old teenage pharmacist and I know almost exactly what her meds are! However, I do plan on taking a career in drug research). She was just put on the Dillodid a few weeks ago. She was diagnosed with CRPS on July 3rd two years ago and the Chron’s about 4 months after that. Anyways, just after school started in September, on my way to Air Cadets, I was informed that my mom had Uterine Cancer and that it was in it’s 3rd or 4rth stage, until my mom told me that she was only at stage 2 yesterday. Again, she has been going through chemotherapy, but she is showing HUGE signs of exhaustion, to the point where she sleeps all day and you can’t get a hold of her to say hi, lol. But still, no hair loss, and that is the biggest sign of undergoing chemo (I did a speech on cancer and it’s treatments in Grade 8). She is still constipated, she goes about once or twice every couple of weeks. Sometimes I wonder of it the medication that is making her constipated, because Morphine will do that to you, but she supposedly has Chron’s. which makes you have constant diarrhea. Which one is it? Anyways, Since her CRPS, her legs have swollen up to the size of a ventillation pipe, and you can’t tell where her ankle is or her knee. This happens on and off, but more frequently nowadays. She is also in a lot more pain. She also has Fibroids in her Uterus that are eating away at her insides. Another thing, she was diagnosed with cancer 4 months ago, and she always says that she has to have a hystorectomy, but they only want to take out 1 ovary! Usually if there’s cancer all throughout your Uterus, they wouldn’t hesitate to remove something! She was supposed to have surgery in October, but they changed her surgery date and my mom still “Doesn’t know when it is, they are discussing it when I have another MRI or Ultrasound”. If she really has Cancer, they wouldn’t change the date of her surgery, they would make her have it ASAP. If she does have cancer, it would be getting worse and worse, and the doctors aren’t doing anything about it! Also, my mom used to get blood transfusions every week because she would feel tired because she was missing platelets in her blood and stopped a few weeks ago. And when I called her last night, she said that she was going to the doctors today to get it checked out. Anyways, what my major questions are, 1: do you think that she has cancer if the doctors are putting it off this long and she is only showing a few of the symptoms? 2: About her medication, Oxycodone and Morphine are both addictive drugs, do you think the reason she is showing more pain nowadays is because she is addicted to them? Be honest please, I must have someone’s opinion. and 3: Do you think she has Chron’s Disease if she is constipated and she is not having flare-ups? Please answer to the best of your ability, I am not only starting to worry about my mothers health and wellness, but I am also questioning her honesty. Thank you, your help is greatly appreciated

    • ANSWER:
      Wow, First of all, you can have chemo and not loose your hair. It depends on the type of chemo and the strength and duration of treatment. All those pain meds she’s on, Percocet, Morphine, Dilaudid, and more. my gosh, no wonder she’s constipated. Just taking one of those daily can constipate a person. If she took a stool softener each day, that problem could have been prevented and this doesn’t mean she had Chrone’s disease. It sounds like with all those drugs your mother is on, she needs rehab more than new pill. No wonder she thinks she has cancer. She is addicted to them. No one can take all those pills and not be an addict. You need to talk to someone that can possibly help your mom. Someone who knows what to look for in an addict. Also, when a person is on narcotics for a long time, their body gets used to them and won’t work as well. That’s when the problem begins because the person taking them will increase the prescribed dose and take more and more to feel the effects of them. I don’t believe her honesty is in question. She may believe all this, but at the same time, she needs help. Perhaps your dad should have a talk with her doctor and you go with him. Get some answers. Tell them what’s going on. Someone will see to it that gets the help she needs. Honey, don’t you say anything to your mother. Talk to your dad and tell him about how concerned you are because she’s on way to many medications. Good luck and I hope she gets well. God bless.


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