Spinal Cord Compression

Spinal Cord Compression Symptoms:

The following are some of the common symptoms of spinal cord compression. If you have any other symptoms, please share them with us.

1) Headache : You may experience headache for no apparent reason, or you might feel like your head hurts all the time.

Your headaches may be constant or intermittent. Sometimes they occur during sleep and sometimes when awake.

2) Dizziness : You may experience dizziness for no apparent reason, or you might feel like your eyes are blurry.

You might even fall down from your chair. Some people do not notice their dizziness while others get very nauseous and vomit.

3) Weakness : You may experience weakness for no apparent reason, or you might feel like you cannot move anything at all.

You might lose consciousness due to lack of strength.

4) Confusion : You may experience confusion for no apparent reason, or you might feel like you are having difficulty understanding what is going on around you.

You might become confused while driving and forget where you parked your car.

5) Nausea/Vomiting : You may experience nausea and vomiting for no apparent reason, or you might feel like your stomach hurts all the time.

You might get dizzy and fall down.

6) Bladder Problems : You may experience bladder problems such as frequent urination or incomplete bladder emptying for no apparent reason, or you might feel like you need to go to the bathroom but it just doesn’t quite happen.

7) Bowel Problems : You may experience bowel problems such as constipation or incomplete bowel emptying for no apparent reason, or you might feel like your bowels do not quite empty properly.

8) Sensitivity : You may experience increased sensitivity to touch, temperature, or pain for no apparent reason, or you might feel like something is just not quite right with your skin.

You might notice that certain clothing fabrics bother you or that driving over bumps makes you feel uncomfortable.

9) Weak Leg Muscles : You may experience weakness in one or both of your leg muscles for no apparent reason, or you might feel like one of your legs just does not work properly.

You might fall down due to weakness.

10) Loss Of Coordination : You may experience loss of coordination such as dropping things or bumping into nearby objects for no apparent reason, or you might feel like your arms and legs do not quite do what you want them to do when you want them to do it.

11) Sexual Dysfunction : You may experience sexual dysfunction such as loss of sexual desire, inability to maintain erection, or inability to reach climax for no apparent reason, or you might feel like something is just not quite right when you are with your partner.

12) Numbness/Tingling : You may experience numbness and tingling for no apparent reason, or you might feel like an part of your body does not quite feel normal. You might get a pins and needles feeling like part of your body does not have proper blood flow.

13) Hearing Problems : You may experience hearing problems such as hearing loss or ringing in the ears for no apparent reason, or you might feel like it is difficult to hear someone speaking to you even in a quiet environment.

14) Loss Of Smell Or Taste : You may experience loss of smell or taste for no apparent reason, or you might feel like something is just not quite right when you are eating or drinking.

15) Changes In Vision : You may experience changes in vision such as blurry vision, double vision, blind spots, or seeing sparkles or flashes of light for no apparent reason, or you might feel like something is just not quite right when you are looking at something.

16) Muscle Pain : You may experience muscle pain such as body aches or aching joints for no apparent reason, or you might feel like you muscles are sore all the time.

17) Shortness Of Breath : You may experience shortness of breath for no apparent reason, or you might feel like you can’t quite get enough oxygen when you are doing something even mild exercise.

18) Difficulty Swallowing : You may experience difficulty swallowing for no apparent reason, or you might feel like something is stuck in your throat and you can’t quite force it down.

19) Changes In Mood : You may experience changes in mood such as feeling anxious or sad for no apparent reason, or you might feel like you don’t enjoy things as much as you used to.

20) Changes In Sleep : You may experience changes in sleep such as sleeping longer than usual or having trouble falling asleep for no apparent reason, or you might feel like something is just not quite right when you are trying to go to sleep.

If you have experienced TWO OR MORE of the above symptoms then you should seek medical advice and tell your doctor you are concerned about RF exposure.. Remember, most doctors have only been trained to look for tumors as a cause for a pain in theneck or back so you may have to help them out by explaining some of the symptoms above.

If you have experienced FIVE OR MORE of the above symptoms then read below about how to seek emergency medical treatment.

If you have experienced SEVEN OR MORE of the above symptoms then you have a very urgent problem and need to go to an emergency room right now.

In all cases, it is strongly recommended you seek medical advice if you experience any symptom listed above as the effects RF radiation can have on your body could cause serious damage if not treated quickly.

If you do not experience any of the above symptoms then congratulations! You have no reason to suspect harmful levels of RF Radiation. As with any new technology there will be people who are concerned about every little thing but rest assured, RFID has been around a long time and any problems with it would have been detected by now.

Many countries already use RFID in their passports and no ill effects have been detected.

This guide was written to put concerns of any possible problems to rest once and for all.

Thank you for taking the time to read this.

We all have our own beliefs. You may believe what I have told you, or you may dismiss it and that is your right. We also have a right to choose what risks we take with our own bodies. Both of these rights are protected by the laws of most nations.

If you do choose to have an RFID chip implanted, please take care when choosing where to have it done. Choose a certified doctor using sterilised equipment.

The chances of you having an adverse reaction to the chip are extremely small, but they still exist so if at all possible, get the implant placed by a professional.

Thank you for taking the time to read this important information. With your informed decision, we can look forward to a bright future!

By Date:

Sincerely,

The World Government

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