What do you mean I have a tumor on the back of my aorta?!
I knew I had an issue with my Parathyroid after the first heart attack but could only focus on one issue at a time so I put it off. The doctor was okay with that because they are usually benign tumors.
When I finally got to the point I was feeling good again, 2 more heart attacks later and open heart surgery, I went in for a scan. By that point I had done my research and learned that the tumor could be removed in a 17 minute procedure, out patient. I was ready to do that because the parathyroid was already stressing out my kidneys and leaching calcium from my bones.
When I got the email that I could look at the test, I immediately went on line to look. I couldn’t read most of what it said but the words “Posterior Aorta” jumped out at me. I knew that meant behind the aorta, but how was that possible, Parathyroid glands are in the neck behind the thyroid.
I search the internet for the words in the report and found that on very rare occasions a parathyroid gland will migrate into the chest during fetal development. In more rare cases it will go as far as the heart.
When I read that my hole body began to shake with fear. I called my primary care physician and got a nurse who was going to have my doctor call me. I was hoping someone would tell me I had read the report wrong and everything would be okay. No one called me back. I cried the rest of the day.
How could this be happening? I had just spent 2 1/2 years recovering from heart attacks and open heart surgery, I learned, dove deep into myself and transformed. It was grueling work and now I have a renegade tumor on my heart. How could the Universe be doing this to me. More importantly why did my soul create this for me now?
I cried most of the following day. At the end of the day a nurse from the endocrinologists office called. She told me not to worry, it is a simple surgery and they have a great surgeon that will be working with me. I said “ correct me if I am wrong but doesn’t the report say the tumor is behind my aorta?” She looked again and said, “just a minute I need to ask”. She returned to tell me I was correct and not to worry the surgeon would explain everything to me. I wouldn’t see the surgeon for two weeks. Two agonizing weeks of wondering.
It is hard to explain what an impact this had on me and I am sure people don’t understand what a big deal this is because they are not in the experience like I have been. I have a tendency to make things look easy. In truth none of this has been easy for me. It has been frightening to say the least. I had PTSD for most of the two years I was recovering from the heart events, that’s how ard it has been.
I just went through the hardest thing I have ever been through in my life and on top of that I am in a financial crisis because of all the medical expenses and now I find out I have a renegade tumor behind my heart…give me an f’n break!!! Who ever is in charge must think I am bulletproof. I am not. I am actually very sensitive and feel things deeply.
I was a wreck when I finally saw the surgeon, who apologizes over and over because this was happening to me. She confirmed my suspicions that the tumor was behind my aorta and said it would be such a complicated surgery that she would need the doctor who did the open heart surgery to assist her.
I cried through that entire consultation. I couldn’t even remember most of my questions and it didn’t matter anyway because they didn’t pertain to this tumor placement. I was glad my sister was with me because I couldn’t even think straight. I just sobbed and shook inside.
Before the surgery consultation with the heart surgeon a friend introduced me to a technology that isolates quantum energy into holograms that stick on your body, call Aegea. I ordered them and started using them.
Very quickly I found my energy became balanced. A calm came over me that I had rarely experienced and my focus and clarity came back. This is just what I needed if I was going to get through this situation with grace and ease.
When I saw the surgeon, I sat calmly listening to him tell me about the tumor, were it was and how this rarely happens. He talked out loud as he explored the possible ways he could get into my body to remove it. Trust me, they were all very scary because there were dangerous things that could happen. The 17 minute out patient surgery to my neck had turned into a dangerous surgery that would take at least three hours. I stayed calm and believe it was because of the Aegea holograms and the Quantum Card, which contains the essence of universal energy.
The doctor wanted to wait a couple of months because at that point it hadn’t even been a year since open heart surgery. When he was done I looked at him and said “ I am going to dissolve the tumor so you don’t have to do surgery. I told him how I had done it before with my gallbladder. He listened intently and didn’t act like he thought I was a crazy woman like other doctors had. I was calm and confident as I spoke, and I believed I could do it. I think he did too. I asked if he could check my blood again before I saw him and he said yes. He actually took it a step further and has ordered a scan, so I know he took me seriously.
That was a month ago. I have barely wavered from my belief and intention that I will dissolve this tumor. I believe that is because of the quantum technology which is working on my emotional body and nervous system to keep me calm, focused, clear and centered.
Read the rest of the posts in this series to follow my progress and learn what I’m doing to dissolve this tumor. https://shiftdiva.wordpress.com/category/dissolving-a-parathyroid-tumor/
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