I just got a call from my dermatologist’s office. I was told the biopsy result. She called it a “benign irritated seborrheaic keratosis”. She congratulated me and hung up. When I looked up the term I learned it is basically an irritated mole.
I texted my husband and he sent back, “What???” I laughed because I had no idea what it was either until I looked it up. It basically is just a mole that somehow got irritated. Considering how dry my skin had been (it is no longer that way) I am not surprised. I am still wondering where the mole came from in the first place. There wasn’t one there before. It just appeared out of nowhere.
In my research I found that these moles are linked to a metabolic disorder known as Syndrome X. Curious, I read more about it. My mother and sister fit the description almost perfectly! Me, not really. The only thing I have – well had – was overly dry skin. However, it is clear that I am a likely candidate for such a disorder based upon my genetics and past bad eating habits. I wonder if anyone in my family has this condition?
Ascension After All?
So now I am again thinking my physical issues may have in fact been ascension related. Most of my complaints are gone now. This temporariness is characteristic of ascension symptoms. They come on suddenly and then leave just as suddenly. They may stick around for a while (hours to days to a few weeks), making you paranoid that you are seriously ill, but they go away just the same.
Since my last symptoms list I have lost the following symptoms (they vanished):
- Dry skin
- Extreme thirst
- Extreme hunger especially at night
- Deep sleep
- Eczema/rash/mole/skin sensitivity
- Sexual dysfunction/disinterest
My current symptom list:
- Lower back ache
- Upper back tightness
- OBE’s and lucid dreams
- Direct guide communication while OBE or in lucid dream
- Vision issues at night where image stops and seems to “jump”
- People starring at me for no reason
- Energy sensations/buzzing
- Ringing in ears on and off
- Trapped/built up energy in chakras resulting in intense need to ground energy