Monday, May 12, 2008
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Friday, May 02, 2008
Sunday, April 13, 2008
I, like many of you, sit way too much in front of my computer and type, and that brings me numerous small and not so small health problems -- eye straing, bachache, pain in hands etc. Some of these problems can be solved through better workflow and organization, through applying Feng Shui and ergonomics rules, so that is what Healthy Computing blog is all about.
Yours truly, Dusko
How To Avoid Hysterectomy.com
Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Yes, indeed, the idea that everyone should have a hysterectomy as soon as possible, is totally wrong. The underlying reasoning goes like this:
We, the doctors, we have studied everything under the Sun (medicine if tough),
we learn everything there is under the Sun (our continual education costs soo much), therefore,
when we don't know how to heal the patient with uterine fibroids, it follows that no one else in the world can do anything about it.
So, you must have a hysterectomy. And if you want to do a final good unto yourself (the originators of the study say), have a hysterectomy as soon as you can. At $20,000 per hysterectomy, I bet surgeons all over the world rejoice at ideas such as this!
This so conveniently forgets that so many other women saved themselves from surgery simply by looking beyond the medical industry and siezing advantages of various fields of alternative healing.
If you have myoma, you can find your own solution through Reiki, homeopathy, Su Jok and many other energy healing techniques -- provided, you wake up and look through the syren's calls. Click here to see all the therapies that I have found useful for avoiding hysterectomy.
Sunday, December 09, 2007
The Question was
I've had severe periods, crampings, clotting, and hemorrhages in my lifetime, and as I get older I cannot handle it any more and have taken Provera, and pain pills, but my problems are severer than pills could take care of, and yes, I've gone to gynec.. 100s of times and had tests. They claim that I am too young to have a hysterectomy, but my problems are so severe that I cannot work, have mental health, and emotional problems as a result of my damned vaginal problems. Also, am a virgin so what would be the negatives about having one. No. Never plan to have children or marry as I am 39 now. Please I am in too much pain always to have a partner or children. I suffer terrible. Help
* 3 days ago
3 days ago
am a virgin.
My answer was
First of all, I am a male so that you know in advance that I cannot have or feel the same symptoms that you do. Know also that I am not against hysterectomies as such, as in 20% of cases that surgery is valid and unavoidable. However, hysterectomies can have the following negatives as you've put it:
Hysterectomy side effects are those little or not so little changes in your body, moods, general behaviour and lifestyle that will surely surface if you opt for the surgery, regardless of whether you want them or not. However "small" a hysterectomy might look, it will always be a major surgery, with effects lasting to the end of the life of the patient. The uterus is not only for "making children", it has a serious role in everyday hormonal life of a woman. It acts as a depot for hormones made throughout the night, and releases them throughout the day. Once the uterus is gone, the hormones have nowhere to go and are expelled with the first morning urine. From this hormonal disbalance, "surgical menopause" as it is called, arise all other problems in the patients body.
Hysterectomy Side Effects on the Vagina
The vagina may be shortened, scarred and/or dislocated by hysterectomy. Often, it ends up shorter than it used to be, especially if the cervix is taken out as well. (It may lead to curious situations: through my astrological practice, I once met a women with this condition, and after hysterectomy she had sexual relationship with a man with a small penis; he was hooked so much that she had to change the phone number in order to hide from him when she decided to break up the relationship!)
Hysterectomy Side Effects for the Heart
The decrease in producing of the hormones, especially estrogen, has serious consequences for the heart and blood flow. In the studies that were conducted in 1990's, the outcome was that estrogen prevented from having more serious problems with the heart. In a more recent study, from 2003 to 2005, which was controlled in contrast to those first studies, it says that women who use estrogen may face a slightly higher risk of heart attacks and strokes over women who do not use estrogen. This is an important new development so blindly taking hormones after hysterectomy is not a wise idea.
While this may be conflicting information, one thing remains clear: if you do take hormonal replacement therapy and smoke at the same time, the risks for your heart are much bigger than usual. If and while on HRT, don't smoke, and that's it.
Other patients that should not use HRT because of cardiovascular problems include those with
. active or chronic liver disease,
. previous diagnosis of breast or uterine cancer,
. a family history of breast cancer,
. active gallbladder disease,
. a history of blood clots, particularly in the legs or lungs,
. severe obesity,
. abnormally high blood pressure,
. a history of stroke.
Hysterectomy Side Effects and Osteoporosis
Osteoporosis is one of the most frequent consequences of hysterectomy. Estrogen production falls, but progesterone production falls even more, and this disbalance ends up as osteoporosis. The solution is to take (natural) progesterone back, usually in the form of a creme or as a homeopathic remedy.
Hysterectomy Side Effects and Joints, Muscle Pain and Immobility
Bone, joint and muscle pain and immobility is not frequently connected with the hormones, but that is exactly the mechanism. The solution is to regain the hormonal balance, and not to poison the patients with corticosteroids...
Hysterectomy Side Effects On Sex
Good sex depends on the proper hormonal mix, both in the male and in the female. If there is a so-called Estrogen Dominance, a state in which there is an unproportional difference in levels of estrogen as compared to the levels of progesterone, woman will lose appetite for sex, will not be able to be aroused sexually and so on. Please see our page on sex after hysterectomy, for additional information.
Hysterectomy Side Effects On Vaginal Dryness and Painful Intercourse
Lower levels of estrogen will produce vaginal dryness, a state in which penis cannot easily enter the vagina and the intercourse becomes painful. It can be painful both for the man and for the woman, each with his and her bag of problems. After a while, both partners agree that the intercourse is not possible, until something changes.
There are various solutions to this well-known problem. One is to apply lubricants, the other -- and much more fundamental at that -- is to remedy the hormonal disbalance. Yet another approach is to wait it out, later things may get better (this is my advice if the vaginal dryness can be seen in the natal chart as a transit of Saturn over natal Venus).
Hysterectomy Side Effects On Pelvic Organs
After the surgery, the uterus will not be there any more, and the surrounding organs will naturally fall in that place. At that, the bladder, bowels, and other pelvic organs can become displaced, which can lead to lifelong series of problems. Not all hysterectomies are "happy ones".
Hysterectomy Side Effects On the Urinary Tract
This is a similar problem: after the hysterectomy you may have frequent urinary tract infections, frequent calls to urinations, incontinence (the inability to hold urine for long). This can seriously disrupt the quality of life -- imagine not being able to go out of the house for fear of urinating all over yourself in public!
If the nerve that regulates the bladder is cut during the surgery, urinary problems will be with you to the end of your days!
Hysterectomy Side Effects In Digestive Disorders
Chronic constipation and other digestive disorders may result after the hysterectomy. Adhesions to the pelvic floor may happen, or some nerves can be cut in this area.
Hysterectomy Side Effects and Fatigue
You can expect profound fatigue after the operation, but for many women it will become a norm even after the operation is long gone. It is yet another possible consequence of surgical menopause. The key to resolving this again is finding the proper hormonal balance, either through herbal teas, homeopathic remedies or some other alternative method.
Hysterectomy Side Effects and Chronic Exhaustion
Chronic exhaustion can result from many causes, but it all boils down to overworked adrenal glands. Fix the hormones, and the rest will fix itself.
Hysterectomy Side Effects and the Loss of Short-term Memory
Loss of short-term memory after hysterectomy comes from the worsening of blood circulation in the brain. In menopause, it is imperative to retain good circulation in the brain and you should consider taking either pharmeceutical means or alternative medicine treatment. One of the best is Gingko-Biloba, you will feel refreshed in the brain, simply because the brain will have more food to work with.
Hysterectomy Side Effects and Hysterical Behaviour
After hysterectomy, you can expect your character to change for the worse. The word "hystera" in Greek means womb (uterus in Latin) and it was soon noticed that the women without a womb have blunting of emotions, personality changes, despondency, irritability, anger, reclusiveness and suicidal thinking. They easily break out in anger, talk in haste, oftentimes communicating more with their unconsciousness then with explicit words. It is exactly after these women that this entire way of behaving was called "hysterical".
Modern medicine views body as if it were a depot of broken parts and organs, impatiently waiting to mend it. So many doctors should know better, and yet they still think that the uterus is only babies to develop and then come out in pain. Once you've had your babies, you don't need it -- they say quite openly. Nothing could be farther from truth. Both the ovaries and the uterus function throughout the life time of a woman, and they never cease to take active part in the body. Living without them is abnormal, and unless there already is cancer developed somewhere, they should not be taken out.
Common Hysterectomy Complications
Here are some of the usual postoperative symptoms within two weeks:
Urinary tract frequency and urgency
In other words, you have much too frequent calls to urinate. Three things have to be checked for:
urinary tract infection, or
bladder spasms due to catheter irritation, or
small pelvic collections of blood near the bladder.
Discharge or weeping of the incision in the first week or two,
itching or burning of the incision at 3-6 weeks,
pain that is localized to one side of the incision or another,
swelling underneath or to the side of the incision but different than the rest of the incision,
abdominal wall laxness, pot belly, bloated appearance.
Increased "gassiness" immediately after surgery (treatable with simethicone tablets or liquid),
constipation treatable with stool softeners, flax seed,
loose stools (especially if antibiotics were given).
Bloody or odorous discharge for the first 1-4 weeks,
odor without much discharge (may require topical vaginal antibiotic cream if persists beyond a week),
vulvar burning or itching (usually just due to dryness and not a yeast infection).
Reversion to moods previously ignored due to furiosu tempo of every day life,
increased feelings of stress and anxiety,
increased depressive symptoms
Pain and swelling or redness at the site of the intravenous needles;
pelvic cramps and catches somewhat sporadic in occurrence or related to increased physical activity.
Generalized allergic rash or itching to medications such as antibiotics or pain medicines.
There can also be so-called severe hysterectomy complications, which are not really likely, but do happen from time to time.
What to do now? Try to learn about the alternative methods to hysterectomy, on this page:
You are welcome to try my distant healing page at
* 2 days ago
This is my site about avoiding hysterectomy:
Once again, I don't say that everybody must avoid hysterectomy, I just say that you should at least have a look at what exists out there.
Saturday, December 08, 2007
Broke wrist 48 hrs ago is there natural anti inflammatory / pain killer ?
is there a tea or supplements, anything natural other than time & ice that helps healing & pain & inflammation & swelling ?
ive added vita D recently like doc said to help absorb calcium
the ibuphrophen & is gettin to stomach even with food sometimes & percoset seems useless for pain.
it feels like a cars parked on my wrist
im ready to chew on dogs rawhide or plastic toy cause of the intense pain lol
My answer was chosen as the best by the asker:
As far as the homeopathical remedies are concerned, the following combination should help heal the wound from the inside out:
Bellis Perenis 200C
Rhus Tox 200C
Also, Rescue Remedy from the Bach flower remedies will help immensely. I'd take it every 10-15 minutes until the shock and the pain subside.
Reiki will help very much in this situation, both the pain will be gone fast, and the wound will heal up to 8 times faster than it would usually do. Ask amongst your friends, if someone is Reiki, they can help you both by giving you treatments directly on your hand and via long distance. If you do not know anybody to give you Reiki, you can always have a long distance treatment from this page:
* 1 day ago
There is no shortage of sites and pages on homeopathy, Reiki and flower remedies, however, these are the pages that I wrote on my own:
Another good idea was to use the enzyme Serrapeptase, which also kills pain but is not as dangerous as ibuprofen, aspirin and other usual pain killers.
Friday, March 16, 2007
Crystal Healing With Real CrystalsIf you have crystals, you can apply them as healing tools. It would more than suffice to have only quartz crystals, because you can "tell" them that they can act as if crystals of any other color. But, if you have any other crystal, from amethyst to charoit to agate to rodonite to amber to... all of that can be very useful.
The most obvious way of using crystals is to put them on certain parts of the body. If the color of the crystal matches the color of the nearby chakra, so much the better. Crystals are known to balance the chakras of their own color, and once the chakras are balanced, any other healing will be more successful.
You can also put the crystals near you. There are different patterns -- the star of David, the double star of David, the circle etc. and you should experiment to see what is best in your situation. In certain cases, this means you should have 12 crystals around the body. Again, quartz is the cheapest and most readily available; and for some crystal healers, it is not the best but the only kind of crystals needed for healing.
After you put the crystals around you, lie down and be still. You should clearly feel the energies of the crystals working and after 15 or more minutes, the shift in your energies should be noticeable.
For problems of uro-genital system, the main chakras responsible would be the first and the second chakras, although it pays to have all the chakras balanced -- it really is the minimum for health, you know.
Anyhow, on this page about Endometriosis in the Natal Chart, you will see how a professional medical astrologer Dusko Savic goes on about his work, how every little detail is explored and put up as a piece of a larger puzzle.