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Rambler
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Howdy Folks,

I'm curious about this nodule thing.

I've had 2 lumps- one on the upper arch of my left foot and one on my ankle at the achilles tendon.

One is softer and is deeper than the other.

Thing is, I've had them as long as I can remember- 40+ years.

Do the Lyme/Bart/Whatever nodlues ever go away?

It's all too weird.

Ok, now for the gross part: I've also had big pimple looking things that produce dense little blobs of tissue. Kinda looks like warty tissue or something with tiny nodes. Very gross. They seem to go away after being excized...

Parasites, I presume.

Gael, what kind of parasites are they?

I'm ready to talk about this thing.

God, I'm grossed out!

The things on my foot and ankle are different, tho.

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I don't do parasites... uuuuueeeeeee...

But the lump on the foot... the one in the arch.

If you read on reflexology it might click and make some sense.

I had a bump there in that spot for years. It was said if you have one there it is due to a bad colon/digestive track.. and I sure had one of those.

So I LIGHTLY massaged the spot .. no ... that's not right..

At first I dug into it and it really HURT... so later I did it lightly.

Ah ha.... pain has a way to make us remember, doesn't it?

But anyhow..

The massages loosened it up and at the same time my long time tummy troubles improved.

Strange, but true.

Now, please listen up. I have NO clue if that is the problem with you and I do NOT recommend massage until you learn what it is.

Just tossing a weird idea out there for you to consider if you get no answers from a qualified health care professional.

[Big Grin]

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I'll try to start digging through the nodule info Keebler posted on the other nodule thread.
Thanks.

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I had reflexology done for a few years and yes, like Tincup said, it does help and those lumps more often than not corresponded to body issues.

Once they were worked on (often kinda uncomfortable) they body symtoms improved.

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