burning thighs and lower abdomen

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i've been having a burning sensation on my thighs and lower abdomen which makes me so uncomfortable for about 5 years now, every time am going for diognosis am give a different type of sickness, lastly they said it's increased uric acid in the body but i fear not

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    Everything mostly is related to some kind of parasite, the burning and pain in in your thigh & abdomen Sounds to me like movement of parasite in your gut and the parasite attaching to your muscles which either gives pain by the body sensing a foreign object in our body & makes our muscle tighten up, which throws out our hip bone, see if you can see a chiropractor who can push your hip back, check all bowels you have and observe very closely with a magnifier for 1 month, if you eventually see something like little red eggs or white larva then go on-line to any Canada pharmacy and order both Ivermectin & Albenazole f pills for your weight 30 pounds per each 3 mg pill for the Ivermectin, research how to take the Albenazole 400 mg pills, take both....take a first dose then a mandatory second dose after 2 weeks for newly hatched eggs, then take once a month for a whole year if you've had it for too long. God blessings

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    nerve pain?
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    Sounds like endometriosis and possibly adhesions from the endometriosis tissue forming. Search endometriosis and adhesions for more info. Need to see a obgyn or gyno doctor and tell them you think you have that or they will never check you.
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