Respiratory diseasesViral and bacterial attacks
Pains at the rear of the ears
Thyroid disorders; cysts, tumors, cancerStomatitis (infections and sores in the mouth)
According to Wikipedia; “Stomatitis is an inflammation of the mucous lining of any of the structures in the mouth, which may involve the cheeks, gums, tongue, lips, throat, and roof or floor of the mouth. The inflammation can be caused by conditions in the mouth itself, such as poor oral hygiene, dietary protein deficiency, poorly fitted dentures, or from mouth burns from hot food or drinks, toxic plants, or by conditions that affect the entire body, such as medications, allergic reactions, RADIATION THERAPY, or infections.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stomatitis
After exposure to radiation, the immune system strength is compromised, due to loss of white blood cells. Upper respiratory problems are much more common. Ear, nose and throat issues are also common. Bacterial and viral infections are more common.
Here is a short video, show the top ten symptoms of radiation exposure…
In the book; “Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment”, the following symptoms were reported among people exposed to low dose radiation;
Loss of appetite
Chronic stomach and intestinal problems
Tonsil hypertrophy and chronic tonsillitis
Nervous system diseases
Premature aging of the eyes
Cataracts at young age
Decline in higher mental function characteristic of senility
Development of Type II diabetes at young age
Loss of stability in the antioxidant system
Retinal vessel arteriosclerosis
Hearing and vestibular disorders at young ages
One way to tell if you have been exposed to radiation is to have a blood culture study done. Have blood taken. The lab will count the different blood cells including your white blood cells (WBC). The WBC count drops within a day of being exposed to even small doses of radiation. Repeating this test will tell a person if they are being persistently exposed or if the radiation is gone. If the WBC count comes back up, good.
If the WBC count keeps dropping, it indicates a huge problem. Either the area is getting worse in terms of radiation or another source of radiation is making things worse… this could be radiation coming into the body with food or water, air, etc.
Doing repeated blood studies is important because it indicates how much radiation one is exposed to. If the WBC level drops to 50% of normal, that indicates a huge exposure, but it is survivable. A drop of 10% of normal WBC indicates an exposure to doses of radiation that should be avoided if possible. The higher the drop off of WBC levels, the higher the exposure of radiation indicated.
This blood test is an easy test to ask any doctor to perform, and you do not need to talk with him or her about what all of this means or why you are asking for it. If you tell them why, they may refuse, especially in Japan, since the medical industry seems to be taking part in the active cover up and denial of any harm from the Fukushima ‘accident’. No internal radiation test is necessary and the doctor can be left completely clueless about what you are looking for.
Many doctors will see the WBC drop and look for everything EXCEPT low dose radiation exposure, so do not be surprised when this happens, because most medical professionals are NOT trained in this area of low dose radiation exposure and the harm caused by it. Just after reading this article, you will more than likely know MORE than the doctor does about low dose radiation exposure symptoms and harm caused by it.
Many doctors believe that radiation will not hurt anyone, and that it is good for everyone, including children and pregnant women. After all, they use cancer ‘therapy’ to supposedly heal people. If the radiation does not kill you, it is good for you, seems to be the philosophy of much of the medical profession.
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