❓Guest Question: Rife Machine

This question came up on the message boards today: Anyone ever used a Rife Machine on Cushings syndrome?

My response:

I don’t think so – this is the first I have heard of a Rife Machine so I looked it up and found this info:

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American scientist Royal Raymond Rife invented the Rife machine. It produces an energy similar to radio waves.

Rife’s machine built on the work of Dr. Albert Abrams. Abrams believed every disease has its own electromagnetic frequency. He suggested doctors could kill diseased or cancerous cells by sending an electrical impulse identical to the cell’s unique electromagnetic frequency. This theory is sometimes called radionics.

Rife machines are Rife’s version of the machines used by Abrams. Some people claim they can help cure cancer and treat other conditions like Lyme disease and AIDS.

From https://www.healthline.com/health/rife-machine-cancer#claims

Anyone else?  Have you heard of this for Cushing’s?

Frantbri, are you going to try it?  If so, please keep us posted!

It would be great if something like this worked.

 

❓Guest Question: Sudden Hearing Loss

 

If you can help, please respond here or on the Message Boards.  Thanks!

I  have many symptoms of cushings,  I have used cloatasol propionate for about 5 years for my chronic eczema I was on oral steroids in July then high dose steroids again in September. thejuly in July it was for a severe eczema breakout and in September it was for sudden hearing loss.  Now I need a hearing aid.  I seen one place after googling that connects cushings with sudden hearing loss.  Has anyone dealt with this?

 

❓Guest Question: Cushing’s in 15 year old male

Jess asks on the Message Boards:

Hello, – a little back story. I have a 15 year old son who over the past couple of years has gained 60 pounds and has increasingly become angry, depressed, anxious- to the point where he was having thoughts of suicide. We went to a behavioral health specialist who put him on anti-anxiety meds, but his aggression has become worse and worse. I literally found myself last week saying, never in my life would I think this kid would act so violently towards me or his siblings. He was a good, sensitive kid. His mood can change in the blink of an eye. He also is very withdrawn and anxious to the point where he now does online school. We have contributed all of this to puberty and life experiences, just typical teenage stuff… but last week, when i was able to actaully have him come out of his room… i noticed a “lump” on the top of back, base of the neck. I am not sure if a buffalo hump can be caused by playing video games and sitting in a computer chair for 18 hours a day? Or if this is considered a buffalo hump??

Respond to Jess here: http://cushings.invisionzone.com/topic/54467-cushings-in-15-yo-male

❣️The Message Boards Turn 18 Today!

 

 

Today  is the birthday, or anniversary, of the boards starting September 30, 2000 (The rest of the site started earlier that year on July 21, 2000)

As of today, we have 72,796 members who have made countless posts.

Find the message boards here: http://cushings.invisionzone.com/

 

❓Guest Question: Upcoming Endo Appointment

Donna Asked:

Can someone please help me?  Over the past few years I have gained over 40 lbs, suffer from extreme fatigue, muscle cramps, headaches, just to name a few. I also have a hump between my shoulders. I have gone to see my primary care physician and asked about Cushing’s syndrome and she said that there’s just no way I could have this because it is so rare. I asked for a referral to see a endocrinologist and she finally agreed. After doing some research on this debilitating disease, I am convinced that I am it’s next victim. I am so scared. What can I expect from this endo appointment?

Please respond here or on the message boards at http://cushings.invisionzone.com/topic/54455-please-help/?page=0#comment-474250

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Archived audio is available through BlogTalkRadio or through iTunes Podcasts

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To listen, you will need to “subscribe” to the podcast feed using a “podcatcher” application such as iTunes. After you subscribe, each time you launch iTunes, it will automatically check if new episodes are available and if yes, it will download the most recent episode to your computer for you to hear. Then you can sync your iPod with iTunes to get the show onto your iPod for listening on the go.

For help in subscribing to podcasts with iTunes, you can use this tutorial from Apple or if you’re iTunes savvy, you can subscribe now!

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‼️Another Day, Another Board Upgrade

 

Another message board upgrade happening right now. I’m not sure how long it will take (or what cosmetic changes need to be done afterwards.

If you see any other issues I should be watching for – and maybe correct later – please let me know.

Patience, please!

FWIW – I see we have the Twitter and Facebook share boxes back. Even if you share from the boards, people on these other services will not be able to see anything other than the beginning snippet unless they are board members and they log in.