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Muscles ligaments tendons torn from my Sunset Vintage Cat I Do What I Want Shirt brainstem down my back. Swelling in my brainstem caused my heart and lungs to stop daily for 7 years, hemiplegic migraines, excruciating pain. Telling me no surgery can fix any of it. That I needed to have a pacemaker because my heart was failing and my valves were leaking. I just have to live with it they said.
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Found a Sunset Vintage Cat I Do What I Want Shirt church preaching from the Holy Bible not man ideas or doctrines, not a denomination, but of the One true God. I truly submitted and obeyed the Word, went to the altar: my heart, neck, back, migraines, brainstem was healed! 3 years, no heart or lungs stopping, no migraines, no pain. That’s what God did, not a religion, not modern society or man. It’s not an argument, it’s a share. I respect all beliefs and opinions. Letting everyone know what was done for me.
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I broke my foot and ankle, level 3 sprain. When it happened I just paused and praised God. Went to a doctor, they said the whole right side of my foot was broken, but amazingly it looks good. As a medical doctor, I can tell you, you should read the book more thoroughly before you post untrue statements. I realize you probably had migraines but claiming to have reversible brain edema that would cause cardiac arrest is a cruel misrepresentation to ppl who’ve lost loved ones.
I can’t tell whether this statement is to puff up your ego or that you have such ignorance you manufactured an alternative explanation because you couldn’t understand your actual doctor. As for broken bones, they’ll heal no matter what. My Sunset Vintage Cat I Do What I Want Shirt job is to line them up so they’ll work after healing from the fracture. No miracle there. What happened to me is not an untrue statement. Say whatever you want. I had neurologists, neurosurgeons, cardiologists, electrocardiologist, etc all telling me the same thing.