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 Nate
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Hello all!
I am new to this site and am seeking some advice and help. πŸ˜‰

In 2006 I was diagnosed with benign pleomorphic adenomas (tumors) in the right salivary gland. The doctors removed the tumors by removing the entire salivary gland.
A couple of years later they were back in the same area, and surgically removed again.
A couple of years later, they were back again and surgically removed again, this time causing parcial facial paralysis on the right side. The paralysis lasted for about 6 months until I fully recovered.

Now, after a few more years they are back again. The diagnosis now is that I will have to have this same surgery every 2-3 years for the rest of my life. And that this time I will most definitely experience permanent facial paralysis on the right side.

We all know that the root cause is never searched for, the traditional doctors only remove the tumors once they appear.

I have since then been looking for alternative medicine and therapy's.

I am working with a Homeopathic doctor who prescribed Mistletoe shots, to boost my immune system, which I had been doing for three months. But with no apparent affect. I have another appointment to see him at the end of this month.

I am also seeing a Chinese doctor, who is practising acupuncture on me and has prescribed Chinese herbs, that I am still taking.

I am also working with a doctor via proxy with the Emotion/Body Code, EFT.

The lump is still there and is growing every so slowly, just below my right ear. Thankfully it is benign, but the traditional doctor says that if goes untreated it may go malignant. I am to see him at the end of November to either go ahead with the surgery or ask for more time to try natural therapy's.

I have been in touch with a Holistic Clinic in Germany, but they are asking about $25,000, which I don't have.

I have searched through the internet, but that gets all very confusing, each one with different types of natural healing. The last one I looked into uses an Asyra Pro machine, which I know little about.

I am at a bit of a loss. Can anyone help by giving me some suggestions, some way to direct my attention and focus? Is it possible to dissolve these tumors without going into surgery and possible radiotherapy?

Thank you so much for any help,
Nate

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Nate - are you based in the UK?

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 Nate
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Hello Jabba, I am living in Spain, near Barcelona.

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I have sent you a PM.

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 Nate
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Jabba, I have sent you a PM also.

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Tashanie
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My immediate thought is that trying too many different therapies at one time is a not a good idea. If you get a response - how will you know which one did the trick?

I am NOT familiar with this type of problem - but if you are wanting some visualisations to help , try a hypnotherapist. I NEVER underestimate the power of the mind of the body - and hypnotherapy could help you get the focus you need

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 Nate
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Hi Tashanie,
One of the doctors I am working with asked me the same question.
He wrote: "The analytical part of me always prefers to do one thing at a time so we can more easily see a cause and effect relationship. However, often times the most effective and quickest way to see results is somewhat of a shotgun approach, where you're using multiple non-conflicting treatment modes simultaneously."

I do feel as if I am trying to beat the clock, so to speak.
Right now the tumors are benign, right now I have time to try to get rid of them by alternative methods. It doesn't matter to me which therapy works, only that one of them, are several working together do work. Maybe the tumors would never go malignant, I don't know. But I am afraid of the moment that they do, if they do. It would be nice to have so much time and start with one then another etc.

Tashanie, I do now realise the importance of having the mind and body in sync. It has taken me some time to realise and understand this. I have personally seen and experienced things in myself that has proven to me the validity and the importance of this mind/body relationship.

I no nothing about hypnotherapy. But I will look into that. Thank you for suggesting it.

Nate

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jeannie
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Oh dear I can't offer advice but would just like to wish you the very best with this stressful matter. x

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 Nate
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Thank you Jeannie, I appreciate that.

I am hoping that with all of the alternative therapies that are listed on the right side of this site that someone could point me some direction, or at least have had experiences, personal or otherwise, in really eliminating tumours, as cancer is unfortunately so common nowadays.

I will keep searching πŸ™‚

If I do try something that really works, I will be sure to post it here.

thanx again,
Nate

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Hi Nate! I'm wondering if you ever found any alternative therapies that helped with this? I am in a similar boat (29 years old--had my first pleomorphic adenoma surgically removed at age 22 and now dealing with a possible recurrence which my doctor advises me to monitor rather than having surgery). Did you ever find anything that worked? Thank you so much! Hope you are well!

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