i had a lymph node removed from my groin as it was inflamed and very painful for over 7 weeks. a week after the op i noticed a large painful swelling near the cut. the docs initially thought it was an infection but antibiotics have not helped. i had an ultrasound scan 2 days ago and a large hematoma was found.my consultant advised against draining it because of the risks but i am now in more pain than before the op! my groin is very painful as is my left leg. it also seems to be having an effect on my bowel. i have alot of pain in that area especially when my bowel is full and i have to "go" often. my abdomen and stomach hurt sometimes and i just generally feel unwell. i have now been off work 10 weeks and can't even drive anywhere. i was on tramadol for 6 weeks but the side effects were horrendous so i'm taking paracetamol and diclofenac. if i'm desperate i take codeine aswell. please help with any suggestions!!!! thanx jo.
By Dr. Edward Group (DC, ND, DABCN) of TheHolisticOption.com <http://theholisticoption.com/>
This is a very typical case where a patient has been through surgery with many post op complications, which are bombarded by antibiotics causing GI disturbances. Also the fact that you are on meds like diclofenac, codeine and paracetamol can add to the misery of all bowel troubles, as these drugs cause severe constipation. As far as the hematoma is concerned, this to me is a sign the body is severely toxic and needs immediate cleansing. Because there was a swollen lymph node to begin with, it verifies the body’s inability to detoxify. One thing that can be done immediately while performing the cleanses below is to take high levels of enzymes (I recommend Zymitol) about 15 capsules per day-spread out, and using some DMSO topically over the hematoma.
At this time I would suggest that you follow the 13 step protocol for Whole Body Cleanse and Green Living cleanse which is as follow:
Dr. Groups Whole Body and "Green Living" Cleanse Steps: Step 1: Fill out a Health Questionnaire <http://www.ghchealth.com/general-health-questionnaire.html> to evaluate your current health status Step 2: Perform the 7-Day Oxygen Colon Cleanse <http://www.ghchealth.com/7day-intestinal-cleanse.html> or the 6-Day Advanced Oxygen Colon Cleanse <http://www.ghchealth.com/6-day-oxygen-cleanse.html> (recommended for best results) Step 3: Perform your first Liver & Gallbladder Cleanse <http://www.ghchealth.com/liver-and-gallbladder-cleanse.html> Step 4: Rest for 5-10 days Step 5: Perform your second Liver & Gallbladder Cleanse. During this time start on your Harmful Organism Cleanse <http://www.ghchealth.com/harmful-organism-cleanse.html> . Step 6: Fill out the Health Questionnaire again to evaluate your progress. Step 7: Rest for 5-10 days Step 8: During this rest period, test yourself for heavy metal toxicity using the Mineral Check Test Kit <http://www.ghchealth.com/mineral-check.php> Step 9: Perform your third Liver and Gallbladder Cleanse Step 10: Rest for 5-10 days and fill out the Health Questionnaire again Step 11: Perform the Chemical & Heavy Metal Cleanse <http://www.ghchealth.com/heavy-metal-cleanse.html> Step 12: Continue on a maintenance dose of Oxy-Powder® <http://www.ghchealth.com/oxy-powder.php> 2-3x weekly to keep your intestines clean and prevent toxins from entering your body. Step 13: Perform the "Green Living" Cleanse <http://www.ghchealth.com/green-living-cleanse.html> .
NOTE: Detoxifying the body is a big step in the right direction, but it must be coupled with an active effort to start avoiding or eliminating your exposure to heavy metals and toxic chemicals on a daily basis. The new book, Health Begins in the Colon <http://www.healthbeginsinthecolon.com>, describes these toxins in detail and gives you easy methods for identifying and eliminating them from your diet, home and work environment so you can live a healthy, clean, and green life!
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