sandra wrote:Yes I had to have a scan with the dyes, they use it for a more 3d view. Great greeney, you're making me paranoid of what I might have allowed into my body, however my health has been good since.
For sure you should stop a bit and think about what might be happenning to you with all those various scans you've had and are planning to get.
Don't get paranoid. But realize you've probably gone way into the danger zone and to get back to the green line you are going to have to change some things about the way you manage your health.
The worst thing possible is that you've prepped yourself for various cancers. So if your condition becomes poor at some time in the near future you would be more liable to succumb to chronic degenerative diseases and cancers. - But you are in your twenties so you've probably got room for more mistakes than someone twenty years older than you such as I.
Here in Japan people are actively encouraged to get a whole list of tests yearly. Most of them include a scan of some kind - using EM (Electro-Magnetic radiation). - And most people get them. But not me. I've never had them and I don't intend to. But I may in the case of a serious road accident or the like. Neither does our family vaccinate. Actually we almost never go to hospital. I take care to learn the right thing to do when one of us is injured or ill, and I teach my wife and we have NO regrets about taking responsibility for our own health and feel we are better off than most because we largely don't use prescribed pharmaceuticals.
Maybe I'm the paranoid one? But I just don't trust modern health care. Most of this is because I don't trust the drugs coming out these days. I like the natural ways if at all possible.
* And women just have to be the biggest guinea-pigs for Big Pharma! It's the mammograms that give you that breast cancer and it's them and the pharms giving you auto-immune disorders.
Americans are in pretty bad shape for being conned by Rockerfeller's lethal cocktails after his mob outlawed the safe and the natural ways.