Dear Doc, I believe that I may have an abdomen aneurysm. I get pain in my stomach and sometimes it moves from one side of my stomach to the other. I would like to know how can I ascertain if this is the actual problem, and what can I do naturally to prevent it from rupturing? Lori, USA
Dear Lori, An abdominal ultrasound is the safest and quickest way to check for an aneurysm ( aortic ). These usually are NOT painful. If present, a comprehensive health plan to include lowering blood pressure, lowering weight if it is an issue, checking for and correcting inflammatory markers such as Homocysteine and CRP, and all of the other important biochemical issues such as hormonal imbalances and nutritional deficiencies, are mandatory for complete treatment and correction without dangerous surgeries and medications.
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Hope this helps. Eat well :) Dr. Pearson
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