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nhlymeguy
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I have had a specific sharp, burning pain from my mid-spine, into my ribs and behind my shoulder blade (left side) for over a year...it hurts badly in the morning...and throughout the day if I move in certain positions or bump it...I did the regular Doctor routine for it (pcp, spine specialist, MRI's...then chiropractor) My LLMD told me it might be nerve pain...

I'm not sure what to try...(spine specialist says steroids, and I say no way)..I feel better in all other aspects but this pain is really bothering me.

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thanks...I'm on herbs now (Cat's Claw, Banderol, Cumanda, Oil of Oregano, GSE, and Cayenne...and Burbur ocasionally)...what are herbs for Bart?
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It might be referred liver pain from toxicity. How's your liver doing?

fyi -

http://anatomynotes.blogspot.com/2006/10/referred-pain.html

This website has alot of info about the liver & gallbladder -

http://www.gallbladderattack.com/

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Yes - you are right - it is mostly right - it could be referred stomach pain, though...? I don't think the liver flushes are a good idea, either. I think the regular herbs may be a gentler way to go.

I'm having alot of rib & back pain these days. I don't know what it's from but it seems to be worse from taking anti-parasite herbs - which I'm looking at as a herx of sorts. So, I'm just going to continue with that.

I'm not sure how people can tell which is what with bart, babs, lyme, parasites, etc. The tests are not accurate... I just found that the anti-parasite herbs seemed to do the most for me. The abx didn't help.

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