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    What does a CT scan of the Brain (Head) show?

    Posted by Ravi Sohal on Fri, May 28, 2010
      
      
      

    brain head ct scan pictureCT scans are frequently used to evaluate the brain (head).  Brain CTs are typically ordered for many different symptoms such as headaches, weakness, seizures, confusion, etc to exclude a tumor, aneurysm or infection.  They are also used as a follow up test for patients with strokes, bleeds or surgery. Below are a few common diagnoses that a CT scan of the brain detect.

    Aneurysm - Aneurysms are ballooning of vessels that risk rupturing. If blood leaks from the aneurysm patients describe the headache as a thunderclap and sharp/shooting pains. Patients can also have stroke-like symptoms with weakness, slurred speech and confusion. A Brain CT scan is the first test done to evaluate for a bleed.

    Tumors - Tumors can be primary (from brain tissue) or secondary (from other sites, eg breast cancer). These typically present with headaches, weakness, and seizures. Head CT scans can be done without or with IV contrast to detect tumors.

    Bleeding - Hemorrhage, aka bleeding, in the brain can be from trauma, ruptured aneurysms or tumors that bleed. CT scans are very sensitive to recent bleeds (especially within a few hours).

    Stroke - Also known as a "brain attack", stroke refers to a blocked artery that deprives a part of the brain of blood (and therefore oxygen). This part of the brain loses it function and patients present with weakness, slurred speech, difficulty walking and on occasion, headaches. Head CT scans are a good first test to detect a stroke or determine if the symptoms are caused by another factor such as a bleed or a tumor.

    An CT scan of the brain will evaluate:

    Sinuses

    A CT scan of the brain will include parts of the sinuses. Though not used to primarily look for sinus disease, the brain CT can pick up thickening of the sinus tissue (mucosa) or fluid in the sinuses.

    Orbits

    Brain CT scans can include parts of the orbits. It can pick up injury to the orbit and  diseases of the orbits such as large tumors, bleeds, inflammation, etc.

    Bones

    The skull is included in a brain CT scan and can detect bone tumors, infection and fractures. It can also detect bleeds in the space between the skull and brain (aka epidural and subdural bleeds).

    Brain matter

    The white and gray matter of the brain are well seen. CT can detect tumors, infection, bleeds, stroke and congenital defects. Part of the pituitary gland, optic nerves and upper brainstem are also evaluated. A "routine" head CT is done without contrast.

    Ventricles

    These are the fluid filled structures inside the brain that help circulate cerberospinal fluid. Tumors and bleeds can extend into these structures and cause blockage which can lead to headaches, confusion and problems with walking for example. 

    Your Brain CT Scan

    A brain CT scan generally takes about 5 minutes or so to complete. If you are going for one remember to remove hair pins, piercings, earrings and necklaces as these metallic objects can interfere with the scan. Most scans are done without IV contrast. But if your doctor is looking for a tumor or infection this may be done with contrast.

    If you're insured, you may need to have your test authorized (approved) by your insurance company first. If you're uninsured and need to look up prices and buy an CT scan of the brain, you can use our website to look up CT scan costs and then purchase with your credit card.

    Have you had a Brain CT scan? What was it like? Please leave your comments below.

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    COMMENTS

    i had a brain ct scan and a brain mra scan yesterday. i put the earplugs in as far as i could so the noises were all right. i am not claustrophobic but i felt a little anxious, a little shortness of breath sometimes. 
     
     
     
    of course i am dealing with some difficulty trying to stay in the present but it's even harder than usual since my neurologist told me i had a stroke and i don't know what i am facing yet.

    posted @ Tuesday, June 08, 2010 2:39 PM by cate


    I had a CT scan and it was fine. I've been experiencing headaches and dizziness. The staff was friendly and very efficient. I'm typically a bit OCD, but I had no problem at all with the scan.

    posted @ Wednesday, June 30, 2010 11:14 PM by


    I have been having headaches and lightheadedness and I have to get a CT scan on my head. I am very afraid of needles and my question is, can they scan the head for tumors without contrast dye? And, if not can the dye for a head CT scan be taken by mouth? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated! Feel free to email me at LoFaroNYG27@gmail.com

    posted @ Thursday, August 19, 2010 2:16 PM by John


    I had a CT.scan today. Have chronic insomnia for 5 months. taken all the meds,Ambien,zanax,tresadone, Ambien cr.melatonin. vitamins, looking for relief,so I can sleep more than 3 hours. Had neck cancer Oct,2008. Radiation and Chemo. Does anyone have an answer?????HELP!!!!!

    posted @ Tuesday, September 28, 2010 12:34 PM by Shirley


    I was taken to Valley Hospital in Las Vegas, NV. when I had my stroke, I had CT scans without contrast 3 times in five days. I am afraid that they used excessive amounts of radition.

    posted @ Friday, October 29, 2010 10:44 AM by Gloria Bryant


    I had a ct scan because for 3 years I have been having trouble with my sinuses but they didn't find anything and I'm still having problems! can these be read wrong?

    posted @ Thursday, July 28, 2011 2:47 AM by Dianne Trenkle


    I had ct on brain recently because I have a lot of pressure on my head. They said I was fine. I hope they read it throughly because my left arm is somewhat numb.

    posted @ Wednesday, August 17, 2011 9:57 PM by John


    I had a trama alone and it took me down to my bed for about 2 hours I slept, when I woke up, I was drooling from the left side of my mouth, my face was numb, I was dragging my left leg. I went to the emergency room & was told I had drop foot, no CT scan or anything was done. I went for over 2 years before I found that I had an old stroke & a fresh bleed from that area in my gray matter. my life went down hill after I then found I had MS as well. my life is over. I can't do anything or go anywhere. heat & cold makes me have attacks where my feet and hands feel as if they are running via a old wringer washing machine. I am on opiate therapy but it doesn't help with all the pain issues and memory issues. lack of oxygen to my brain ...I am a pretty otherwise healthy 61 yr old woman who was healthy until I married a man who used Dursban pesticide along with other ones like it. I have divorced him but he will not take responsiblity for poisoning me. my life is ruined. all I do is cry because I am alone, on SSI stuck in KS where I have no family or friends. I need someone to save me. the spasms in my feet and hands are horrid.worse than labor pains.. no relief.. I feel like killing myself is this is it.. house arrest for life

    posted @ Tuesday, August 23, 2011 9:08 PM by Avaa


    i had a cat scan just a couple days ago, had an mri about 4 months ago, my symotns are getting worst.. morning time is worst and speractily during the day. my toes on left side curl up hard fo me to walk , it is numb ,can hardly walk, falling down blurry vision off and on, feeling noxtious.lasytime i seen nueraligist, said looks good, but it is not. someting is going on

    posted @ Sunday, October 16, 2011 9:26 PM by


    THIS IS FOR AVAA: 
     
    My name is Melissa. I'm hurting to see how much you are hurting. I came on here to get some answers about some head issues I have been having, but I seen your post and I wanted to reply. There is definitely hope for you. Don't ever give up. God is with you and he is watching over you. That doesn't mean that we are going to have an easy life all of the time, but it does mean that he will never leave you or forsake you. Don't give up. You need to get you a bible and read. I love you and I don't know you. God loves you too and he knows everything about you. There is always hope and please never give up. Message me back. 
     
     
     
    Your Friend, 
     
    Melissa

    posted @ Tuesday, November 08, 2011 7:51 PM by Melissa


    I've been having headaches for years,sometimes they are unberable.The CT scan was good .What can be my problem

    posted @ Tuesday, December 27, 2011 1:53 PM by kerry brown


    ditto what melissa said. He's just waiting for you to come to Him. He will not forsake you.

    posted @ Saturday, January 14, 2012 9:02 AM by wendy


    Help! I hurt from head to foot, I have inflammation of the spine, but no diagnosis for anything else, my speech becomes very slow and I have to think before I say anything, I have been booked in for a ct scan. I think I am going mad. My work collected think it's all in my head.

    posted @ Tuesday, February 07, 2012 3:42 AM by Jeannie b


    i have a ct scan in 2 weeks, i havent been told what they are looking for they are just looking to see if anything is wrong with me. i am only 12 and i want to know if when you have the ct scan do you have to have any injections because i hate injections! please answer, thanks

    posted @ Tuesday, February 07, 2012 1:08 PM by danielle


    To Melissa, if you are still having chronic headaches, it maybe due to your lack of sleep (insomnia). My CT scan was normal, and my doctor advised me to get more rest from now on.

    posted @ Friday, February 10, 2012 8:29 PM by jason


    My mother had an "episode" of not remembering how to do routine dailt task such as pt her clothes on and turn off a light switch. She had a CT scan and was told she did not have a stroke, but needed to see a Neurologist to discuss the "changes" in the CT scan. Does anyone know what kind of changes these could be and what they afect? 
     

    posted @ Friday, February 24, 2012 6:25 PM by Judi


    Hi my names Jason I have had a ct done do to an attack from a stranger beating me in my head no signs of anything they said. Ok I go home this was a month ago. Now I am experiancing bad headaches like a stab in the middle of  
    Y eyes and I've thrown up all day and feel nauces what exactly could this be?? Please help this sucks!

    posted @ Wednesday, March 14, 2012 11:48 PM by


    Hi, my mane is Belia, I was rear ended while at a complete stop,1/2 an hour later I started with major headaches, felt like my head was going to explode, had cervical surgery (fusion) 2 disks and have 3 herniated disks on my lumbar area. I still get headaches every day sometimes so bad I cant see well. Injections to my back 3 times and now Doc wants to do a nerve block, pain killers,anti inflamatories, and so on, and on, and on, CT scans to my head, yea they said all was normal..I was a very out going wife, mom and grandma....now its hard to get going, and when I do..I pray that at the end of the day....I dont stay up all night crying in pain....What else can I do????

    posted @ Wednesday, April 11, 2012 10:11 AM by Belia Corbett


    I have a brother who had continuous headache and after a X-ray, he was diagonised with pneumonia and malaria hidden in the blood. he was given drugs to treat pneumonia and after the dose, the haed is still bursting with pain. should he go for CT-scan or what should do?

    posted @ Friday, April 20, 2012 9:37 AM by JAMES MALLA NDUNDA


    For Avaa, 
     
    I was here looking for info on CT scans of the brain, as I am having one today, and I saw your post as well. It hurt me also to see how much you are hurting. I couldn't agree with Melissa more. There IS hope in Him. You are loved by Him, and by me as well, even though I don't know you either. Please.. don't give up. I'll be praying for you, and you can contact me here as well.  
     
    Another friend, 
    Tracy 
     

    posted @ Wednesday, May 02, 2012 9:56 AM by Tracy


    I had a serious frontal lobe trauma 17 years ago. I was told to schedule a CAT scan, even this long after, to monitor healing and recovery since I still have cognitive problems.

    posted @ Monday, June 11, 2012 10:06 AM by Jeff


    Im getting a cat scan tomorrow with and without contrast. I've read all your stories and think its best if all of you get together and gather all of your test results, present it to a specialist and see if every one of you have something in common that doctors haven't seen. My case is different from everyone's. I was Electrocuted (Electrically Shock) and fell after the cord shortest out. I was knocked unconscious and have been passing out out of nowhere every month. Good luck to you all and your health.  
    ~O.H.

    posted @ Friday, June 15, 2012 10:29 PM by ODYSIUS


    Avaa count me as a friend, I am so sorry that you are suffering, please draw near to God and ask Him for help, another friend

    posted @ Sunday, July 08, 2012 11:21 AM by Christine


    My brother had a CT scan after a short coma (2 days). He had it on the second day before he woke up. The scan shows a normal brain but we were told it takes a week before the CT scan can show any abnormality...do we really need to do another CT scan after a week? 
    His memory is a bit off he can recognize people but not places. he wonders why this person is here (forgot I traveled back to where he is for example)?  
     
    Are these things normal for people after a coma. He went into coma because his sugar went down and blood pressure was very high. 

    posted @ Friday, July 13, 2012 6:05 AM by Mira


    This its for AVAA as well. God wants u to surrender unto him. Think of the pain Jesus went through. Maybe its a blessing in disguise. I feel for u. U r in my prayers. When two or more come together and pay even in spirit your heeling will be speedy. Good is with u. A friend shana from hawaii

    posted @ Tuesday, July 17, 2012 12:09 AM by shana


    To Avaa ; I brought my mother in yesterday who is 90 she complains her head aches every day and through the day. I feel so sadden for you and those of u who are hurting so baldly. I too look to Jesus to give me some rest when I don't know where to go. My mom probably has Alzheimer's or dementia and blood vessels may not be getting enough of blood to the brain. I just know that we all have to give it to God. You are in our prayers seek him and may God bless u.

    posted @ Tuesday, July 24, 2012 3:36 PM by Diane


    So sorry for all of you. I had a brain tumor some time ago. It invaded the ear canal mastoid bone, brain and so on. It was removed after a 22 hr. surgery and involved 5 different surgeons. Thank Almighty God that they were successful in removing it. I did lose the use (100%) of my left ear and the terrible pulsatile tinnitus the tumor was causing. Now, I have the same tinnitus symptom on the contralateral ear. Its making me crazy! I pray without ceasing to be healed. The CT scan shows nothing. I cannot understand it at all. The symptoms are identical to before. 
     
    Please, those among you who believe in our Lord Christ, pray for me—that the horrible tinnitus symptom will go away. Also, my bone marrow is failing to produce Hemoglobin, hematocrit, platelets etc... because I have SLE (Systemic Lupus Erythematoses) The doctors are trying to get the drug company to give us the drug. Treatment is $150,000 in medicine costs. The doctor can infuse the chemo which cost $19,000, but he is willing to waive all but $300 of his fee. Please pray too that I will get the drug and it will work. It does have the negative side effect of killing some patients right away and giving lymphoma cancer to some others. But, there is no other alternative really. 
     
    Please pray for me and my family as I shall pray for all of you.

    posted @ Wednesday, September 05, 2012 11:54 AM by PAUL MILLS


    Paul, I would rather pray that Our Savior,healer, soon coming King, would touch you from the top of your head to the tips of your toes,and that in JESUS name you would be ever with healed,ever with delivered,ever with whole ..And no medication was needed whe the woman with the issue of blood touched the hem of Jesus'garment she was set free and we all can be set free.. What ever is showing in my cat scan is going to be, no has already been paid for on the cross... Because no weapon formed against a child of God can prosper,we {who have been washed in the soul cleansing blood of the lamb} have the right to come before Him and recieve our healing. We need to do that 1st, clean out sin , eat pure, take supplements, gain knowlege about alturnative healing...Go with God its the only way... You don't need some thing thats cure is worse than the diease... I will continue to lift you, all of you up in prayer and you all do the same for me...Thanks Anita, Joy

    posted @ Thursday, November 01, 2012 3:13 PM by anita


    I came here to find out how muuuch a ct scan cyuian diagnise ivmeningitis.Our 18yr old daughter passed on in 2002 due to this and it was only discovered through post mortem and now a relative is in hospital with almost same symptoms.Which is the best test-CT scan or CSF.This is now to Avaa God loves u am praying for u too have faith He heals.

    posted @ Sunday, November 04, 2012 2:33 AM by Josephine


    For all of you suffering from headaches I suffered all my life they only got really bad in the last 10 years. My drs tried a number of migraine meds and then finally went to narcotic pain meds, my easy fix was going gluten free, I'm happy to say that since June of this year I've been off gluten and wheat and within 3 days was headache free!! If you chose this route be sure to google all possible by-products of wheat, they use wheat as a filler in a number of items one main product is maltodextrin unless the ingredients state maltodextrin (made from corn) then don't eat it, it makes me suck everytime. I wish you all luck!

    posted @ Wednesday, November 07, 2012 11:18 PM by Andrea


    AVAA, I sure hope you read the comments that are posted as a reply to you. I hope that you are well, as a year has passed since your post. Please know that you are not alone and your life is NOT over, nor is it wasted. Our Lord and Savior is with you. Take pride as a King's Kid that he will protect and love you. I was in a horse accident in June and now suffer from Epilepsy with complex partial seizures. Medications are not working and my quality of life has been severely reduced. We must have faith!!!! And we must be there for each other, as it is requested of us. Know that you have friends.

    posted @ Saturday, November 24, 2012 10:40 AM by Brandi


    I am going for a CT scan today im really nervous i have been having headaches for the last 3 weeks fingers crossed nouthing is wrong

    posted @ Tuesday, January 15, 2013 9:13 PM by Cindy


    Thank you all for posting your comments. My mother is 75 yrs old and scheduled to have a CT Scan next week. Your postings have provide vaulable insight into your symtoms and why the scans were done. Thank you all for your postings

    posted @ Tuesday, January 22, 2013 11:31 AM by Dee Dee Dixon


    Hi, ive just started to get slurred speach, ive had 2 ct scans and they have come back clear, What can be wrong?

    posted @ Tuesday, February 05, 2013 3:47 AM by Rachael


    Words can not explain the pure pain I feel for each and every o 
    new of you. All I am certain of is God has a reason for everything he does. He sees us through our darkest hour. He lifts us to the greatest place.  
    I have been in pain since 1994. I was fourteen and on a snow skiing trip with my high school. A lady hit me head on; ruptured my spleen, broke my clavicle in two places and ruined my back. Unfortunately I did not find out that my back was ruined until two years later when I was cardio Kickboxing. MRIs reveal led spinal stenosis, herniated disks L4, L5 and S1. And 2 bulging disks that are pushing on my sciatic nerve. The agonizing pain even with a stimulator and strong meds. are not working. On top of this I have severe migraines. At fourteen my parents checked me into a migraine clinic where they burnt my veins trying to find a drug that would work. Now at thirty six, the migraines have gone from two to four days a w

    posted @ Tuesday, February 05, 2013 8:36 AM by Heather


    My father's CT SCAN BRAIN PLAIN test report shows .... 
    1) Plain CT Scan of Brain was performed with 5 and 10 mm thin slices from base of skull to the vertex. 
    2) Moderate cerebral and cerebellar atrophy noted. 
    3) Bilateral basal ganglia calcification noted. 
    4) Rest of visualized cerebral hemisphere appear normal. 
    5) Cisterns appear normal. Ventricles are not dilated. 
    6) Brain stem and cerebellum appear normal. 
    7) Visualized mastoids, paranasal sinuses and calvarium appear normal. 
    8) No mass effect/midline shift. No intracranial bleed. 
     
    Please tell me about above report & guide me what to do with my father ?

    posted @ Wednesday, February 13, 2013 5:11 AM by Vipul Desai


    Hi! 
    Truly, I pray for everyone who has posted. Like everyone else, I was online searching for info on CT Scans. May God give you all comfort, healing, relief from pain, and a BIG HUG. You are loved! I've had many health issues, including many, many food allergies, but it is GOD who has given me strength (through His WORD & PROMISES)! To all who feel like giving up, Hold on to God's unchanging Hand! Janet

    posted @ Wednesday, February 20, 2013 6:57 PM by Janet


    God bless everyone . I have been having head aches. Poor vision. And feeling really weird. And scared. I have had a cat scan. And my doctor hasn't called me back with the results. I have been suffering from a panic disorder. In my head I think I have a brain aneurysm wich scares me to death. W.e it is its effecting my life.

    posted @ Sunday, February 24, 2013 12:35 AM by Korie


    My husband, 52, had a stroke on Feb 10, 2013. They did a CT scan on him in the state he was in at the time (he was out of town). They did another one a few hours later when he slipped into unconsciousness. They said that the medication used for the CT scan causes bleeding in the brain of 6% of the people and he was in the 6%. He lost his life two days later to that brain bleed, My question is do they have to use fresh dye for each CT scan. I didn't have the prescence of mind to ask at the time and was not in that state at the time of the CT scans. Since the dye is what caused the bleed and the blood loss into the brain is what killed him, would a second CT scan have maded a difference in his losing his life since the dye is what caused the fatal turn of events. He had no previous shellfish allergies that we were aware of to have pointed to an iodine issue.

    posted @ Thursday, February 28, 2013 12:13 AM by Carol B


    i was shocked with 5500 volts. it affected my temporal lobe. now i am having headaches so bad. ct scan doesnt show a stroke, but i have a limp, use a cane, have balance problems,left side weakness, when the headaches are bad. i see double and get sick to my stomach and am semi responsive. any suggestions? sue 

    posted @ Thursday, March 28, 2013 9:28 PM by sue


    I had a mini stroke had a CT scan was told I have a small brain tumor, I was given meds and told to have a CT scan every 3 months. I can not take dye of any kind.

    posted @ Sunday, April 07, 2013 11:59 PM by Tammy


    I had a mini stroke at 53, had a CT scan, was told I have a small brain tumor, I cant have dye of any kind, I was given meds and told to get an CT scan every 3 months.to see if it is growing. the weather also hurts my head, if the humidity is high oh my goodness it hurts bad!! I ask what kind of tumor, I'm told its non cancerous. help anyone else have such a brain tumor??

    posted @ Monday, April 08, 2013 12:17 AM by Tammy


    Ava, agree with all that you need to reach out to God,Miracles do happen.Please contact a social worker, therapist or chaplin where you had the scan and ask for help

    posted @ Thursday, May 02, 2013 7:44 AM by kathie


    Avaa, please don't give up hope. I know a bit about pain as, at times in the past I have suffered from Trigeminal Neuralgia. It gets so bad, I go out of my body and say to my Self, "I wonder if she's going to make it this time or if this is the end of the road." I always make it through. There are two drugs that I take daily now - Tegretol and Lyrica - and they are helping. Keep reaching out to the medical community until they help you. I was 24 the first time I had an attack. I'll be 62 in July. I've been on Lyrica for 2.5 years and the rest of the time, I was on my own. That's 38 years of making a decision to live. I wish you well. Faith in a power greater than me has been invaluable, as others have said. Warmly, Lynnie

    posted @ Friday, May 24, 2013 6:00 PM by Lynnie


    I had CT, MRI, and PET scan of my brain, they all came back as normal. I suffered a severe traumatic brain injury in Feb of 2013. I was rear ended at close to 100 mph on the freeway. I'm currently suffering from left-sided hemiparesis, dysarthria, dysphagia, vision and vertigo problems. I was in a coma for 2 weeks and was in an wheelchair for the first month after the accident. My neurologist said that based on the scans he thinks that I'm ok! He says he doesn't know what's wrong with me! I don't know why the scans don't show any problems with my brain even though I'm physically disabled. I have no cognitive problems and I walk now, but I still can't work or drive or do some normal daily activities. I hope someone out there has an answer or has an idea of what's happening to me and why my scans are not showing anything.

    posted @ Tuesday, June 04, 2013 10:36 PM by Chris


    Hi, I has a CT scan a few weeks ago, and when they put the needle to put the dye into my arm, (they hadn't put the dye in yet, just the needle), I ended up having a small seizure. I have other symptoms such as headaches and blocked sinuses, my jaw keeps hurting and locking and it feels like there is fluid in my head. Was the seizure a normal occurance?

    posted @ Thursday, June 06, 2013 10:54 AM by Wooness


    Hi, I pray for all of you with injuries. It's been happening to me for about three weeks now it started as for some reason being really quiet when normally I am really talkative. Then I noticed the top of my head was sort of pounding. Id lay awake at night feeling like something was squishing my brain. It started to feel like blood was not getting to certain parts of my brain, I felt like I had to concentrate really hard to stay conscious. Now instead of pain or pressure or I feel nothing, just this almost flatness it feels like the top of my brain died? I don't think at ALL how I used to. I feel very dumb as well. They refuse to give me a ct scan. I feel the sensation everyday and every night. I sit alone in my bed I've lost weight I don't go out. I feel like literally a part of me has died. How nuts like I don't feel like the same person. And I keep praying to god to fix my brain but everybody just thinks I'm depressed when I'm totally not. I really think something horrible happened. And I have this annoying ringing in my ears like a flat line sound.

    posted @ Tuesday, July 16, 2013 6:37 PM by


    hie guys,,my mum freaquently experiences every month at least once,and this thing has been going on for 9mnths.we seeked for medical attention and we were told tht she has to undergo a CT scan,which is way too expensive..the thing is that she has a swelling above her left eye,but she has never complained of any pain.could it be possible that its affecting her inside?she doesnt experience headaches except after a siezure attack,and her blood pressure will be too high...l need advise..

    posted @ Monday, September 02, 2013 10:03 AM by thalitha Moyo


    I have no clue whats wrong with me, did ct scans mris mra cta blood work...etc, nothing serious found, i have had those times where my right side gets pins and needles throat closes painfully and head squeezes and tongue goes painful right side, and i know all those are signs of a stroke and maybe tias, but i think more like a stroke yet nothing showed on them 
     
    And i only had those things when i had to take this fatal medicine called respiridone , i think it caused me those brain damage and just made things worst 
     
    i feel i am dying soon and can not do anything, can anyone tell me what to do or what can i do

    posted @ Saturday, September 21, 2013 7:35 PM by Mark


    I am very sorry to read so many posts of people suffering so severely. my heart goes out to you. Please don't give up hope and know that God's everlasting love will not leave you or forsake you. continue to have faith and do everything that you have control over and leave all the rest to him. 
    I found relieve from headaches by having my cervical spine corrected. for all of you headache sufferes look up nucca.org 
    I found that having my head put back in place has bounced me back from dragging myself places for many months to my feet. Praise God! 
    and for symptoms like Aava describes, I got help from Dr. Hugh Smith at drhughsmith.com or biocytonics.com look up the information on his websites. you will find that his protocols will help detox your body. I promise this will help. I found much needed relief after working with these two providers. Parasites and micoplasmas are culprits to the majority of the ailments we humans suffer from. clean up your blood stream and you will see a difference.  
    Blessings!

    posted @ Monday, October 14, 2013 6:08 PM by Maria


    Been told to have a CT scan after having many 'vacant episodes' in a 24 hour period. The consultant wants to check just in case there's trauma or something there that shouldn't be. He also said that he may try and get my neurology appointment fast tracked. 
     
    I am glad I am on the NHS, for the nurse that I went to when the internet said attend your nearest A&E has done more in 10 minutes than my doctor in 12 months. Will post again and tell you how it is.  
     
    Charlotte

    posted @ Saturday, January 11, 2014 1:53 AM by Charlotte Wright


    i took a ct scan because i was feeling severe pains in the right side of my head ,and behind the right ear down to my neck. 
    the ct scan showed almost every thing to be normal,however it mentioned that my parassellar structures were unimpressive,it is said my optic were unimpressive.please what does this mean when the general impression after the text was written to be a normal ct scan.

    posted @ Thursday, March 27, 2014 9:48 AM by BEATRICE


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