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What does it mean when you dream about a blockage?

A blockage of any kind signifies repressed expression and depleted energy flow. The dreamer should identify where the blockage is, such as at the throat where one cannot express or voice opinions.

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At this point, intervening to open the blockage with a revascularization procedure can save the limb and improve the patient's quality of life.
Extremely long blockages in the leg arteries, especially those that are greater than 20 centimeters, are challenging to treat.
5% of sewer blockages are caused by wipes and there were more than 138 incidents last year, ranking it among the top 10 blockage hotspots in the region.
HOW-TO TIP TO CLEAR a blocked downpipe, make a hole in the blockage with a wire coat hanger, and wiggle the coat hanger to loosen the blockage.
The number of bypasses needed depends on how many blockages a patient has.
Traditionally, researchers have identified blockages through still images of dead larvae.
A RAW sewage spill in Hawarden was caused by wet weather rather than a blockage, Welsh Water claims.
Pipe-Pulse is a remote, non-intrusive method of locating and removing blockages in long distance pipework up to 30 miles.
From a safety standpoint, blockages should be relieved from the downstream, dry manhole.
LOCATION OF PERIPHERAL ARTERY BLOCKAGES DETERMINES RISK.
London, May 27 (ANI): A previously unknown protective mechanism by which the smallest blood vessels remove blood clots and other blockages from the brain has been discovered in mice by researchers at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.
ALL illness and chronic pain is encoded in the bio-field in the form of energy blockages or disturbances.