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Just noticed a weirdity (not sure if off topic)


I got bored, so started browsing some forums here that I'd never visited. When casually reading through the Dental Health forum, I came across a posting on bony protrusions in the mouth called tori. It reminded me of a bony little bump I've had for more than 20 years on my palate, about the size of a pencil eraser (not depth wise, but the 2-dimensional circle shape of looking on the tip of an eraser), round, and slightly raised, positioned just off center in the palate. Never painful, just an odd slight protrusion that annoyed me. I just realized I can't feel it anymore, and I KNOW I had it before I started the Lugol's a year-and-a-half ago. I'm not sure if it was the Lugol's, any of the companion supplements, or just them allowing my body to "take care of something" or re-regulate something it couldn't before. It was just an emotional irritant, never knowingly problematic. I'd had it since having to wear retainers after braces in junior high. I just always figured the bone in the palate just grew a little weird. Just another physical flaw I couldn't do a thing about. Always been there since then, and now it's GONE! All I know is that it definitely was there last year in the summer because I remember feeling it when I first started oil pulling (I haven't oil pulled in a while ... I get lazy and sporadically faithfully do it, then don't for a while) and doing the Iodine and companion supplements that summer, and it is definitely gone now. Sadly, I didn't notice when it did go, or I'd have a better idea what specifically might have contributed to it going away, which maybe might have clued me in to what might have caused it in the first place.

It really makes me wonder what it was ... can't have been a tori, since it went away. Anyway, I'm thrilled :) ! Ain't CureZone great!!! (Yeah, bad grammar there for an editor to use, but I like to sometimes use it for emphasis.)
 

 
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