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Re: Iodine Question - newbie here
 
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Published: 21 months ago
 
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Re: Iodine Question - newbie here


Yes, it can happen that the pain increases when the cyst is being resolved. This therapy is done within your tolerance limits. Sometimes you need to slow it down, and sometimes you can push harder.

At the same time, I've never had ovarian cyst pain, just the occasional pain of ovulation. You're the best judge of when your tolerance is pushed too far.

I have no experience with serrapeptase, so perhaps this thread on serrapeptase can be of use:

//www.curezone.org/forums/am.asp?i=1081845

Just know that they can recommend a hysterectomy, but you don't have to do it. Ask for more time while looking confident and calm. Don't tell them "No." Ask for "Not yet." Let them tell you the dark things that can happen if you don't do surgery at once. Then repeat, "More time, please." Hopefully they'll shrug as if to say, "You're crazy, but I've done the best I can for you today."

You don't want to challenge them so they get their backs up. You're soberly thinking about all they say -- which is the solid truth. Simply, more time please.

Wait -- my ignorance is showing here. Why would they do a hysterectomy for an ovarian cyst?
 

 
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