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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by KosiEric(m): 4:49pm On Jul 02
Guy i'd advice you to Visit Scoan...this your case na akamu case
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by CrescentMoon(m): 4:49pm On Jul 02
Firmjudge:
Dude, stop this self medication...

Go for Hepatitis A, B and C test your liver must have had a share of all those sel medications..

I wish you well bro.

I did this 3 weeks ago in general hospital, Oyo

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by jamace(m): 4:49pm On Jul 02
I feel your pain bro.

First, you should be taking alot of water, whether thirsty or not.

Second, fill water in bath tub during the afternoon and submerge in it for about 10_20 minutes daily.

Third, take a stroll in the evenings preferably with your phone playing spiritual/motivational songs/messages,

Fourth, eat a lot of fruits like banana, oranges, pineapple, watermelon etc.

Lastly, believe that YOUR God can heal you.

I Wish you restored health.

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by ThatFairGuy(m): 4:51pm On Jul 02
Masha'llah. Jazzakumullahu khayran.
olajide21:


He could also get black see oil. Habatul Saudah otherwise know as black seed could be tried.

Rather than take so much medications, you can add a lot of fruits and vegetables to your meals. Check for natural foods with antibiotics ability, natural fruits with anti inflammatory, body detoxifiers etc. They've got no side effects and would do you a lot of good.

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by mecussey(m): 4:52pm On Jul 02
mrphysics:

There is no scientific proof of the effects of this, I do not need to argue but buy a bottle of Apple Cider vinegar mix with Lemon, honey and hot water. I do take it every morning not to treat any ailment but it has been good.

This is very effective. Apple cider is 1500, honey 1500, lemon is one 100 naira. This can help your system. it's helping me in different ways.

what does it do to u...?
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by PrecisionFx(m): 4:52pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:
The first time I became aware of me falling sick was in 2007. I was 26 at the time. Since then it has been a myriad of medical troubles.

It has been cycles of malaria, bacterial infections, disc problems and headache. Every night, I take drugs before I could be able to sleep. I always have antimalarials, antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants handy. If malaria symptoms occur, I would take antimalarials and there would be improvement within minutes. And would then complete the dosage in 3 days. By fourth day, symptoms of bacteria infection would occur; I would take ciprofloxacin and get relieved within minutes. Once I complete the dosage, headache would strike, and once aspirin is taken, I get well. But I would keep repeating aspirin every night until gastric ulceration sets in. I would then buy omeprasole and cimetidine to treat ulcer. While ulcer treatment is ongoing, malaria would strike again, and I would take antimalarials. If antimalarials don't work, I would know that the symptoms are bacterial and take antibiotic. If there is no relief, I would combine antimalarials and antibiotic and there would be a relief. It has been like this since 2007. I don't go to hospital again because I have grown to know these symptoms and what doctors would prescribe.

For the past 2 weeks, I have been battling 'herniated disc' problem in my lower back. It started the day I bent down suddenly and I heard a snapping sound at my back bone. I started using norflex, calcium supplement and diclofenac. I feel mild relief because I can't stop my daily hustle to rest while the disc heals. If I dont work in a day, I won't eat or pay bills.

Note that I undergo HIV test almost weekly.

How do the poor tackle medical problems in this hellhole of a country?

Lalasticlala, please help me move this to fp.



So far, I think depression is ur major problem.
All these illnesses or more likely most of them are on ur head.


Pls get a full body MRI and relax ur mind too.
See a Mental health doctor too.
good luck.

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by gatiano(m): 4:53pm On Jul 02
It is the food that you eat which discomforts your stomach and how often you eat them.

monerozi5590:
Mine is stomach discomfort.

I have been having this discomfort since 2005.

Don't know what to do again.
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Nobody: 4:53pm On Jul 02
Ajicold:
his So Annoying


I am hopeless for that guy...
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Nobody: 4:54pm On Jul 02
Bro I worshipped in synagogue today, I can assure you that you need to visit that church plss. You testimony will change life plss
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by mesoprogress(m): 4:54pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:
The first time I became aware of me falling sick was in 2007. I was 26 at the time. Since then it has been a myriad of medical troubles.

It has been cycles of malaria, bacterial infections, disc problems and headache. Every night, I take drugs before I could be able to sleep. I always have antimalarials, antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants handy. If malaria symptoms occur, I would take antimalarials and there would be improvement within minutes. And would then complete the dosage in 3 days. By fourth day, symptoms of bacteria infection would occur; I would take ciprofloxacin and get relieved within minutes. Once I complete the dosage, headache would strike, and once aspirin is taken, I get well. But I would keep repeating aspirin every night until gastric ulceration sets in. I would then buy omeprasole and cimetidine to treat ulcer. While ulcer treatment is ongoing, malaria would strike again, and I would take antimalarials. If antimalarials don't work, I would know that the symptoms are bacterial and take antibiotic. If there is no relief, I would combine antimalarials and antibiotic and there would be a relief. It has been like this since 2007. I don't go to hospital again because I have grown to know these symptoms and what doctors would prescribe.

For the past 2 weeks, I have been battling 'herniated disc' problem in my lower back. It started the day I bent down suddenly and I heard a snapping sound at my back bone. I started using norflex, calcium supplement and diclofenac. I feel mild relief because I can't stop my daily hustle to rest while the disc heals. If I dont work in a day, I won't eat or pay bills.

Note that I undergo HIV test almost weekly.

How do the poor tackle medical problems in this hellhole of a country?

Lalasticlala, please help me move this to fp.

Unfortunately, you are suffering mainly from chemicals you have been taken called drugs. You need to slow down.
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by luxy44: 4:59pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:
The first time I became aware of me falling sick was in 2007. I was 26 at the time. Since then it has been a myriad of medical troubles.

It has been cycles of malaria, bacterial infections, disc problems and headache. Every night, I take drugs before I could be able to sleep. I always have antimalarials, antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants handy. If malaria symptoms occur, I would take antimalarials and there would be improvement within minutes. And would then complete the dosage in 3 days. By fourth day, symptoms of bacteria infection would occur; I would take ciprofloxacin and get relieved within minutes. Once I complete the dosage, headache would strike, and once aspirin is taken, I get well. But I would keep repeating aspirin every night until gastric ulceration sets in. I would then buy omeprasole and cimetidine to treat ulcer. While ulcer treatment is ongoing, malaria would strike again, and I would take antimalarials. If antimalarials don't work, I would know that the symptoms are bacterial and take antibiotic. If there is no relief, I would combine antimalarials and antibiotic and there would be a relief. It has been like this since 2007. I don't go to hospital again because I have grown to know these symptoms and what doctors would prescribe.

For the past 2 weeks, I have been battling 'herniated disc' problem in my lower back. It started the day I bent down suddenly and I heard a snapping sound at my back bone. I started using norflex, calcium supplement and diclofenac. I feel mild relief because I can't stop my daily hustle to rest while the disc heals. If I dont work in a day, I won't eat or pay bills.

Note that I undergo HIV test almost weekly.

How do the poor tackle medical problems in this hellhole of a country?

Lalasticlala, please help me move this to fp.

Brother, please get closer to God, wake up every night between 1am and 3am to do some warfare prayers. And back it up with deliverance. Do this for 3 months and come back to share your testimony!

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by encryptjay(m): 4:59pm On Jul 02
See a professional
Stop self medication
Exercise regularly
Please, ensure you develop a positive mindset; stop worrying about it, believe it will soon be over.
Stay safe.
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by conscienceman4: 4:59pm On Jul 02
Brother, the solution to your problem is simple. If you are serious email me: odonojj@gmail.com
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by opera1(m): 5:00pm On Jul 02
Secretario:
Don't give up

If everyone is to list there problem, you will think yours is a blessing.

First, stop taking ciprofloxacin, you are building the bacteria with too much immune, no drug may work again.

Solution : Go to a clinic and Run a test to ascertain the strain of bacteria, what you are doing is blind medication.
Check for typhoid, though Cipro should have helped but you abused it.

Second : you are taking too much drugs, you need a lifestyle change and a Ned diet and nutrition regime.
I doubt if you take fruit, I don't mean orange juice.

Third, for that ulcer, take a litre of water everyday from tomorrow, water is punishment when you are not thirsty but you need to dilute the HCL in your stomach.

Fourth, for that herniated disc, you need to start pelvic floor exercise and try acupuncture too.
Get someone who can massage your back.
Change the height of your chair and stop sitting for long.

Five: Your brain may be having a signal problem especially with a nerve and it is sending pain signal as a sort of comfort. Sometimes our neurons send wrong signal.
Some people actually find comfort in pain
Change your lifestyle again and see a neurologist.

Six: You have to be happy, and be positive. If you add depression to your pain, you will die sooner.

Read this post on depression and solutions
Before you think of giving up, remember this about depression


Disclaimer : this is my opinion
Lalasticlala, Mynd44



Lovely contribution. Add fervent prayer 2 d above, be hopeful & Believe in God. D rest is celebrations

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by happyheart(f): 5:01pm On Jul 02
NwaAmaikpe:
shocked

I can only imagine your disappointment going weekly for HIV tests and it is still negative.


Don't worry,
It will become positive soon then you won't have to visit labs weekly.
This is not funny na..hediot..lol lol. Werey. Don't pray to be sick. You.will.do just anything to get relief
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by mrphysics(m): 5:02pm On Jul 02
mecussey:


what does it do to u...?
It builds my immune system, enhances my sexual activity, fights malaria, helps my bones, and act as body enhancing supplement. That is, it helps to reduce weight, to cleanse the stomach and so many other things

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Bishop(m): 5:03pm On Jul 02
You didn't mention in your post of having visited the hospital for a Test except your negative HIV test which probably could have been done at a Lab.

If at all you have been on self medication as i am made to believe your healing won't come soon.

please visit the nearest General Hospital if you don't have money to go to a private clinic . biko
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Lerumo: 5:04pm On Jul 02
In addition I advice that you change environment
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Pejapaul: 5:04pm On Jul 02
if you die, you will be responsible for your death, my advice is, go to a man of God and seek help, eg TB Joshua, etc don't mind anything negative people will tell you, all you need is healing, so
wake up and stay alive.
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by adegeye38(m): 5:05pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:
The first time I became aware of me falling sick was in 2007. I was 26 at the time. Since then it has been a myriad of medical troubles.

It has been cycles of malaria, bacterial infections, disc problems and headache. Every night, I take drugs before I could be able to sleep. I always have antimalarials, antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants handy. If malaria symptoms occur, I would take antimalarials and there would be improvement within minutes. And would then complete the dosage in 3 days. By fourth day, symptoms of bacteria infection would occur; I would take ciprofloxacin and get relieved within minutes. Once I complete the dosage, headache would strike, and once aspirin is taken, I get well. But I would keep repeating aspirin every night until gastric ulceration sets in. I would then buy omeprasole and cimetidine to treat ulcer. While ulcer treatment is ongoing, malaria would strike again, and I would take antimalarials. If antimalarials don't work, I would know that the symptoms are bacterial and take antibiotic. If there is no relief, I would combine antimalarials and antibiotic and there would be a relief. It has been like this since 2007. I don't go to hospital again because I have grown to know these symptoms and what doctors would prescribe.

For the past 2 weeks, I have been battling 'herniated disc' problem in my lower back. It started the day I bent down suddenly and I heard a snapping sound at my back bone. I started using norflex, calcium supplement and diclofenac. I feel mild relief because I can't stop my daily hustle to rest while the disc heals. If I dont work in a day, I won't eat or pay bills.

Note that I undergo HIV test almost weekly.

How do the poor tackle medical problems in this hellhole of a country?

Lalasticlala, please help me move this to fp.
have faith in God and he will heal you in the mighty name of Jesus

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Billyonaire: 5:07pm On Jul 02
@ CrescentMoon, your entire system is supersaturated with a cocktail of every chemicals imaginable.

First off, drain your body of the chemicals. Stay 3 days, no water, no food.

On the night of the 3rd day, drink 3 spoonfuls of Goya Olive Oil and do some breathing exercise for 5 minutes, then take clean water.

On the 4th day, drink about 4 liters of water, but a pint at a time and be on only water till about 12 noon.

After then, proceed with fruits and your normal food.


But you need to change your environment while doing this. Don't stay in the same environment cos somethings are not just ordinary.

Your body will reset automatically.

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by mannatech: 5:07pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:


AA. Blood group: O
I am experiencing similar health challenges as yours. Started 7yrs back while I was training intensively to build a career in sports. Had a little issue and visited a doc who prescribed norflex and cataflam with rest from sporting activities for 2weeks with an appointment after the 2wks.
I never went back for the appointment rather I kept self medicating until I started feeling serious back spasm which prompted me to visit a local masseuse.
After 2months, it became worse cuz I couldn't walk 200kms without having a full bladder and thirst for water.
It took me almost 2yrs before I discovered the muscle relaxant (norflex) had caused a reaction that rendered my muscles weak, affected my immune stytemm. This was after I was diagnosed with osteoarthritis.

I know the stress of going to hospital plus the expenses especially appointment fees, and other miscellaneous expenses make u to prefer self medication knowing fully well that ur visit will only end as the last with no permanent solution to ur problem.
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by goldman777: 5:08pm On Jul 02
U nid to sleep and rest for at least 3days with no activities your immune system will reset itself your obviously physically and mentally stress i once suffered this symptoms for years and this was the simple cure my physician gave me.he sounded stupid but it worked.wenever i av malaria im so prone to i take d medication's and rest for 2days undisturbed then im back to my feet strong nigeria is a very stressful country
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by adegeye38(m): 5:11pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:
The first time I became aware of me falling sick was in 2007. I was 26 at the time. Since then it has been a myriad of medical troubles.

It has been cycles of malaria, bacterial infections, disc problems and headache. Every night, I take drugs before I could be able to sleep. I always have antimalarials, antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants handy. If malaria symptoms occur, I would take antimalarials and there would be improvement within minutes. And would then complete the dosage in 3 days. By fourth day, symptoms of bacteria infection would occur; I would take ciprofloxacin and get relieved within minutes. Once I complete the dosage, headache would strike, and once aspirin is taken, I get well. But I would keep repeating aspirin every night until gastric ulceration sets in. I would then buy omeprasole and cimetidine to treat ulcer. While ulcer treatment is ongoing, malaria would strike again, and I would take antimalarials. If antimalarials don't work, I would know that the symptoms are bacterial and take antibiotic. If there is no relief, I would combine antimalarials and antibiotic and there would be a relief. It has been like this since 2007. I don't go to hospital again because I have grown to know these symptoms and what doctors would prescribe.

For the past 2 weeks, I have been battling 'herniated disc' problem in my lower back. It started the day I bent down suddenly and I heard a snapping sound at my back bone. I started using norflex, calcium supplement and diclofenac. I feel mild relief because I can't stop my daily hustle to rest while the disc heals. If I dont work in a day, I won't eat or pay bills.

Note that I undergo HIV test almost weekly.

How do the poor tackle medical problems in this hellhole of a country?

Lalasticlala, please help me move this to fp.
Have faith in God and he will heal you in the mighty name of jesus
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by orbgoblin: 5:16pm On Jul 02
Try lactobaccilus. It's not a brand name but a much needed bacteria. You can go to any good pharmacy and ask for probiotics that contain lactobacillus. But be sure you are not using any antibiotics while using probiotics.
jadajada:
Pls, what type of probiotics or natural yogurt can u recommend that one can get?
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by sleemfesh: 5:16pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:
The first time I became aware of me falling sick was in 2007. I was 26 at the time. Since then it has been a myriad of medical troubles.

It has been cycles of malaria, bacterial infections, disc problems and headache. Every night, I take drugs before I could be able to sleep. I always have antimalarials, antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants handy. If malaria symptoms occur, I would take antimalarials and there would be improvement within minutes. And would then complete the dosage in 3 days. By fourth day, symptoms of bacteria infection would occur; I would take ciprofloxacin and get relieved within minutes. Once I complete the dosage, headache would strike, and once aspirin is taken, I get well. But I would keep repeating aspirin every night until gastric ulceration sets in. I would then buy omeprasole and cimetidine to treat ulcer. While ulcer treatment is ongoing, malaria would strike again, and I would take antimalarials. If antimalarials don't work, I would know that the symptoms are bacterial and take antibiotic. If there is no relief, I would combine antimalarials and antibiotic and there would be a relief. It has been like this since 2007. I don't go to hospital again because I have grown to know these symptoms and what doctors would prescribe.

For the past 2 weeks, I have been battling 'herniated disc' problem in my lower back. It started the day I bent down suddenly and I heard a snapping sound at my back bone. I started using norflex, calcium supplement and diclofenac. I feel mild relief because I can't stop my daily hustle to rest while the disc heals. If I dont work in a day, I won't eat or pay bills.

Note that I undergo HIV test almost weekly.

How do the poor tackle medical problems in this hellhole of a country?

Lalasticlala, please help me move this to fp.

I feel you totally. I have a similar problem but a combination of circumstances has helped me get my own under control. Drop a number I can give u a call or send u a whatsapp msg lemme give you some tips. You can adjust to this thing. Don't give up.
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by wokemzine: 5:16pm On Jul 02
Exercise for 30mins daily.
Take 5 variety of fruits every morning on an empty stomach
Stop alcohol/smoking if....
Eat well balanced diet
Limit your self medication
Lastly, be proud of your health. Have faith in it. Love it.
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by mecussey(m): 5:17pm On Jul 02
mrphysics:

It builds my immune system, enhances my sexual activity, fights malaria, helps my bones, and act as body enhancing supplement. That is, it helps to reduce weight, to cleanse the stomach and so many other things

its like this is what i need ooo...how do I get them bc, I drink too much beer and needs antioxidants like this.
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by kyerps: 5:18pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:


I can relate with every single word you typed. I have gone through worse.
Around the same time (2008) I started having pains I thought was ulcer. By 2010 a consultant sent me for upper GI endoscopy,the result showed I had fungal infection in the stomach,so was given dose os fluconazole to take for two weeks and I was back,healthy, being able to eat pepper and drink carbonated drinks I couldn't before. But from 2011 , started noticing tiny tingling and persistent pain on my upper back. Since then the pain kept increasing till it fully settled somewhere around my spine. I have been to private and government hospitals in different cities and the FCT and placed on all kinds of drugs. In fact, it was as a result of the painkillers I took for long that I started having serious gastrointestinal pains that led me to another upper GI endoscopy.
Secretario has just given you the best advice ever, the rest is left to you to change your mindset from 'someone destined to die just like that' to 'someone that believes he can conquer'.
For emphasis,stop taking drugs without prescription. And those pain killers will do you crazy harm. Just work on your lifestyle, eat well, drink a lot of water. Don't stress your spine, improve your sitting posture and see a physiotherapist.
As I am typing now am resting my back on a heap of soft pillows and still feeling the back pain.
The most important is pray and trust God for healing. Note: fasting and staying hungry will do you more harm.
Wishing you well.

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Nathaniel79(m): 5:18pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:


How do the poor tackle medical problems in this hellhole of a country?

Lalasticlala, please help me move this to fp.

I make bold to say that your problem stems MAINLY from the way you think about yourself and "sickly" condition. How can you, for instance, categorize yourself as "the poor" in a "hellhole" country. Just goes to show the way you view situations. Please begin to reorientate your idiosyncrasy. I have a solution for you but this isn't the platform..and no I'm not an occult practitioner, but an ardent follower of Christ.
Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by oloriooko(m): 5:19pm On Jul 02
CrescentMoon:
The first time I became aware of me falling sick was in 2007. I was 26 at the time. Since then it has been a myriad of medical troubles.

It has been cycles of malaria, bacterial infections, disc problems and headache. Every night, I take drugs before I could be able to sleep. I always have antimalarials, antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants handy. If malaria symptoms occur, I would take antimalarials and there would be improvement within minutes. And would then complete the dosage in 3 days. By fourth day, symptoms of bacteria infection would occur; I would take ciprofloxacin and get relieved within minutes. Once I complete the dosage, headache would strike, and once aspirin is taken, I get well. But I would keep repeating aspirin every night until gastric ulceration sets in. I would then buy omeprasole and cimetidine to treat ulcer. While ulcer treatment is ongoing, malaria would strike again, and I would take antimalarials. If antimalarials don't work, I would know that the symptoms are bacterial and take antibiotic. If there is no relief, I would combine antimalarials and antibiotic and there would be a relief. It has been like this since 2007. I don't go to hospital again because I have grown to know these symptoms and what doctors would prescribe.

For the past 2 weeks, I have been battling 'herniated disc' problem in my lower back. It started the day I bent down suddenly and I heard a snapping sound at my back bone. I started using norflex, calcium supplement and diclofenac. I feel mild relief because I can't stop my daily hustle to rest while the disc heals. If I dont work in a day, I won't eat or pay bills.

Note that I undergo HIV test almost weekly.

How do the poor tackle medical problems in this hellhole of a country?

Lalasticlala, please help me move this to fp.
If medications cannot help why not seek divine intervention, God still heals

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Re: No End In Sight To My Medical Problems; I Might Be Dying Slowly by Tobium1(m): 5:21pm On Jul 02
Stop self medication, seek medical help, a thorough Lab test would be recommended which will direct de medical practitioner on what to do

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