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Monday, November 29, 2010

[AlternativeAnswers] Re: Ear problems 2ND TRY

 

Just wondered if there are some herbs to reduce inflammation, some that come to mind.
Goldenseal root, curcumin, Probiotics, Oregano oil, etc...

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> From: Melanie Warwick <warwick_melanie@...>
> To: alternativeanswers@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Wed, November 17, 2010 10:35:43 PM
> Subject: Fw: [AlternativeAnswers] Ear problems 2ND TRY
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> Anyone? Just wondering if anyone has even any direction of a good source for me
> to investigate this topic? Anyone hear of a practitioner or friend who's had any
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> experience with ear/hearing problems? (see earlier post)
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> thank you
> Melanie
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> From: warwick_melanie <warwick_melanie@...>
> To: AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Tue, November 2, 2010 7:23:18 PM
> Subject: [AlternativeAnswers] Ear problems
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> My daughter has been tested to have bad hearing and just started wearing hearing
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> aids. The otolaryngologist she started seeing has said
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> 1. her eardrums are stretched and damaged
> 2. her stapies bone (one of the tiny 3 in each ear) is deteriorated
> 3. her adenoids are not shrunken as appropriate to her age
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> He wants to do surgery to firm up the eardrums, repair the bone with cartelidge
> from behind the ear, and remove the adenoids if they seem enlarged to the point
> that they are blocking her hearing at all.
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> Although the entire thing is very concerning, I am especially confused about the
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> adenoid part. The doctor explained he would not remove these unless it seemed to
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> contribute towards the overall ability to hear, and if they are unusually large.
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> From what I read, the presence of a large adenoid is only a marker for some
> deeper problem, and obviously the surgeon is not concerned with this. I can not
> afford to consult with a homeopath or the type of naturopath I would like to, so
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> I'm looking here for help.
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> thanks
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