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More health issues. Waiting for diagnosis of liver tumors.
Friday, October 05, 2007
Hi all! A week and a half ago, I had a really bad cold and some abdominal pain. Between last Friday and today, I have had one ultrasound, two MRI's, one CT Scan, and a Tagged RBC Scan. I have given what seems like pints of blood and I have been injected with radioactive solution at least twice. A week ago, my doctor thought I had a problem with my gallbladder, but instead she found two tumors in my liver. I am so fearful of them being cancerous, but I am trying to remain positive while I wait for results. My physician and my specialist both scared me when they asked if I had any recent weightloss. I am very sensitive, so of course I lost it and cried uncontrollably in the doctors' offices. I told them that I had started trying to lose weight in April this year and had hit a plateau at 182 for the last two months. They tried to reassure me that it seemed fine because the weight had been lost over time. I started at 200 lbs. in April and today I weigh 173. Is there anyone out there who has had trouble with the liver, tumors, etc? I would really appreciate some insight. It so hard to wait.http://www.mysample.com/telissaspage.html
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We have a common friend and this morning as I wrote on her Spark Page, I saw your post about the tumors in the liver. I know very little about liver tumors, I just thought I would offer some moral support and let you know I was thinking of you and sending you some positive thoughts. This is a difficult time for you, take care.
3040 days ago
This was my devotion for this morning I thought would help you .
This is another instance of healing in Jesus' ministry. Notice that the healing wasn't instantaneous. The Bible says that the nobleman's son began to amend from that hour - at the same hour Jesus said, "Thy son liveth" (v. 53).
What does that mean? That means he began to get better and better until, finally, he was all right.
On one occasion, I was preaching in an Assembly of God church in California. A woman was brought in an ambulance to the church auditorium. I never saw so much medicine and equipment keeping one person alive. She couldn't breathe without a machine. And a special nurse was with her all the time.
It took me a minute to find a place to lay hands on her, because she was nearly encased with various medical paraphernalia. I laid hands on her and prayed. I knew the power of God went into her. And I asked the nurse, "Can she hear?"
She said, "Yes, she can hear and understand what you say, but she can't talk."
So I said to her, "The healing power of God was administered to your body. I felt it flow out of my hands into your body. It will heal you. Believe that." Then I went on to pray for someone else.
They rolled her out. She didn't look any better. But from the moment the healing power of God was administered to her, she began to amend. Every day, she kept improving.
And after three days, she was taken off all the equipment and could breathe without it. She was up and about, walking around the house!
Every day I get better and better. Every day the healing power of God is working in my body. Every day I am able to do more.
Source: Health Food by Kenneth E. Hagin.
Excerpt permission granted by Faith Library Publications
3189 days ago
I don't have any advice to give you. I could tell you to stay calm and not worry until you get the results, but I know I wouldn't be able to do it myself. I only wanted to wish you the best of luck and I hope that everything turns out ok for you. Deal with it as it comes. And don't worry about crying uncontrollably in the doctors' office, I'm sure they're used to it. I would think that it's a normal reaction. Best wishes,
3191 days ago
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