White spots around bladder reflex?

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White spots around bladder reflex?

Postby Dragonflies on Tue Feb 19, 2008 8:11 am

I've seen several clients now with varying female reproductive health issues that have raised white spots around the bladder and pelvic floor reflexes. One had recently suffered a miscarriage, another is peri-menopausal and yet another has PCOS. Any thoughts on what these could be? I know there is the theory of them being "unshed tears" from the emotional aspect and that could certainly be it but I'm curious what other explanations exist out there. I don't necessarily feel it is scar tissue, and they aren't like the orbs that show up preconception and early pregnancy signifying a new soul coming in.
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Postby makingachange on Sat Apr 05, 2008 6:01 pm

this is new to me - i've not heard this BUT i can tell you that the whole time my endo was just absolutely raging, i had clear blisters in a perfect quarter-sized area along fallopian tube reflex. after the hysterectomy, it was gone.

that's my experience.
what else have you found?

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Postby Dragonflies on Mon Apr 07, 2008 12:43 pm

I've just had another client come in with similar "bumps" so it is an interesting phenomenon. One client has these spots and she has a lot of scar tissue left over from cesarean sections. Another one has a history of fibroids. It is a bit puzzling as to what exactly they are representing on all of these VERY different feet.
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