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  • Help with Fibromyalgia   aking3028   28d  C
     
    I have FINALLY found some relief from my fibromyalgia. I am so thankful for it and I just want to be able to share with all of those out there suffering with it. I tried many different medications that didn’t really help much and the side effects were so horrible that after a few years and much research I decided to try natural methods and/or suffer I went on some pretty good but expensive vitamins in the mid-90’s and they helped some but not completely. I found this company and I honestly didn’t have my hopes up. However much to my surprise and delight within 6 weeks I was feeling bet ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Muscle soreness drinking distilled water since 2 weeks   lunatic   38d  C
     
    Hi, ... I’m experiencing muscle soreness in arms, I’m drinking distilled water since 2 weeks, could this be related ? ... ... Thanks for info.   [End]
  • Low Magnesium levels can lead to this   rjvoisine   57d  C
     
    Have you tried Magnesium ? It is essential but deficient in the average diet, unless you consume lots of green vegetables, whole grains and seeds, root vegetables & fish. ... Low magnesium can lead to : Inability to sleep or insomnia, Irritability, Sensitivity to noise, Mental disturbances, Anxiety, depression, restlessness, PANIC ATTACKS, Muscle soreness or spasms like Charlie Horse, muscle weakness or quick tiredness, Infertility or PMS, High levels of stress , Headaches & Migraines, Heart “flutters” or palpitations , Arrythmia, High Blood Pressure, higher cholesterol and triglycerides ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Sudden Severe Joint Pain/Muscle Pain Everywhere, Then Disap...   LaurelC   3mo  C
     
    I don’t know if this condition fits this forum, but I am selecting various forums that someone on those forums MIGHT know or have heard of this condition: ... ... -------------- ... ... I have a friend who has a condition that comes on suddenly where he goes into severe pain all over his body. He then is down on the floor, cannot move.. not even one joint. Every joint in his body is in severe pain and is rigid. ... ... ... ... The hospital put him on HUGE dose of muscle relaxers, which did not work. They also tried traction.. that did not work either. They told him it is like he is in rigor mortis. ... ... ... ... ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Re: Sudden Severe Joint PainMuscle Pain Everywhere, Then Di...   DaoYin   73d
       
      I’ll base my response on the assumption that the hospital has ruled out a brain tumor or other sever neurological disorders via imagery and diagnostic testing, if not, he needs to see a neurologist ASAP. ... ... In Chinese medicine, as you have described it, I would suspect this sort of pain to be an aspect of severe ”blood” stasis, where the ’blood” stasis is and its origin would require a proper evaluation. Other things to look for is fascial pain syndromes (myofascial dysfunction, trigger points) and the autonomic phenomena that can come with it, these conditions being western explanation ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Earthing - DIY - A few quick questions   LoLmart   3mo  C
     
    Hello, all! I have some serious muscle problems and I live in a house so I want to install an earthing system. Today I will go get my earthing mat that I bought from Mercola. It has a good square-like electroconductive surface with a cover that is also el-conductive. Anyway... My question: ... ... ... ... I will not use the normal electrical circuit to connect to my earthing mat. I want to put a ground rod outside the house. The thing is that whenever I talk to electrical technicians they always start telling me that the rod has to be 2m in the ground and some really special device should be used t ...   [retrieve this message]
  • nerve damage after surgery   #177880   5mo  C
     
    I had rotator cuff surgery,after 1 week I started to get shooting pains in my left hand in the pointer and thumb.After 3 weeks of pain waiting for the doctor to come back from vacation we did an xray and mri of the neck,which showed severe c7 nerve compression. After numerous meds and epidural injections,the pain, numbness and lack of motor skills was getting worse.I had acdf surgery which did not help.After emg and nerve tests the other surgeon did posterior cervical surgey. 3 weeks later the problem is still there. PLEASE HELP   [End]
    • I’m so sorry to hear your story. I have nerve damage to my ...   #172263   5mo
       
      I’m so sorry to hear your story. I have nerve damage to my left arm after amputating my thumb and reattached. The nerve block did the damage. Then went to a specialist who did not want to operate due to the chance of futher damage. The pain is always there. Acupuncture gives some relief. I know this isn’t any help to you but just wanted you to know you are not alone. Blessings to you.   [End]
  • Lower leg and arm ache   jambam   6mo  C
     
    Hi ... ... I’m a 40 yrd old serious runner. Since 1995 (when i was 22) i have had an ache in both lower legs. The ache is not painful, it’s a heaviness/weariness sort of symptom. It first appeared during a run and at first was only present whenever i ran. Basically it was akin to running in thick mud. But over the next few years the ache became more permanent. At one point just rising from my seat made my legs really ache. Some one even observed that i was limping because i walked so wearily. Then the ache lessened but it has never disappeared. I have no problems when still but I still get i ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Muscle weakness, Fatigue, last cry for help.   SkylerWhitaker   6mo  C
     
    I’m 15. ... Male. ... Running was, and still is my life. ... I’m kind of going on here as my last hope. I used to be a great runner. I ran high school Cross Country. As a freshman, I ran the 5k in 17:30. After Cross Country season ended last year, I was training hard for the upcoming track season, then it all happened. In January I was still running everyday. Not over training. Just a light brisk pace. I started noticing my legs were feeling weak, and that they weren’t recovering very well, such as I was sore all the time. I took miles off, still no change, took more off, still no change.. I sta ...   [retrieve this message]
    • extreme exercise can cause Adrenal Fatigue no matter what y...   nikki022   6mo
       
      extreme exercise can cause Adrenal Fatigue no matter what your age. so it may be worth your money to get a cortisol saliva test. also, potassium and/or vitamin D deficiency might be an issue; that’s just a guess. since the drs aren’t finding anything you might want to research AF. Good luck!   [End]
    • If it makes you feel better, I’m a bodybuilder, er, was any...   SuperWoman29   5mo
       
      If it makes you feel better, I’m a bodybuilder, er, was anyway, with Mold Illness. It has completely destroyed my immune system and metabolism. ... ... Toxins can have devestating effects on the body - this is something doctors won’t tell you. Just take it into consideration.   [End]
  • Muscles so painful.   dwc928s4   9mo  C
     
    Hello all, ... Well i have been taking magnesium malate for my muscle twitching for over a month now. and it does not seem to be changing at all. So i just bought a very good multivitamin and mineral to go along with them. Been on this now for 2 weeks and no change yet, ... My question. My muscles are so dam sore. From not doing anything. You know when you first excercise a muscle that you havent used in a while and the next day that muscle is very sore. My muscles just about over my entire body feel like these all the time. Magnseium or multivitamin is not helping. If i sit in a chair for ...   [retrieve this message]
    • You may have fibromyalgia. Sounds pretty similar to me.   tpno2005   9mo
       
      You may have fibromyalgia. Sounds pretty similar to me.   [End]
    • My guess is that candida is causing your immune system to r...   rdca   9mo
       
      My guess is that candida is causing your immune system to react, making your body produce cytoknes, you can check of your il-6 levels are high.. When you sleep less does the pain gets better?   [End]
      • Thanks for your reply. No i havent noticed by sleeping less...   dwc928s4   9mo
         
        Thanks for your reply. No i havent noticed by sleeping less pain getting better. the only time i feel less twitching and soreness and dizziness is if a sweat alot in a steam shower. that last about a day then slowly comes back   [End]
        • Are you seeing candida? Stop the magnesium because it will ...   rdca   9mo
           
          Are you seeing candida? Stop the magnesium because it will decrease inflammation, you need it to build immune response, from my experience, i felt like crap killing candida, like the crap of the crap, but after it is over it is really good.. You have to see candida candida in your stool. Have you ever tried cultured foods? How is your fat intake? How do you eat? Have you ever heard about Intermittent fasting? Does magnesium make you sleepy? Answer all those please   [End]
    • I never had any luck with oral magnesium supplements. Howev...   Audienceofone12   9mo
       
      I never had any luck with oral magnesium supplements. However I made magnesium oil and rubbed it on my muscles and on my gosh... It was like rubbing a cloud on my body. Here is the recipe of how to make it. Store it in a glass jar. I put on a glove when I apply it because its so potent and I have tiny cuts on my hands and it really burns. ... ... ... http://www.cheeseslave.com/how-to-make-magnesium-oil/ ...   [End]
    • Here is a link for the magnesium flakes to buy ... ... htt...   Audienceofone12   9mo
       
      Here is a link for the magnesium flakes to buy ... ... http://www.ancient-minerals.com/products/magnesium-bath-salts/ ... ... I don’t know why exactly, but these flakes work so much better than using Epsom salts. If you end up making it let us know if it helped. I leaves a weird film on your skin but it really, really helps.   [End]
  • how to stop acid reflux heartburn gerd with natural remedies   letitbe   9mo  C
     
    ACID REFLUX HAS MANY DIFFERENT CAUSES AND HAS TO DO WITH OBESITY, MUSCLE WEAKNESS, MINERAL DEFIECIENCY, USE OF ANTACIDS. ... THERE ARE VERY GOOD CURES FOR IT. WE ADDED SOME MORE INFO ON THE SUBJECT HERE: ... https://sites.google.com/site/acidrefluxstopped/real-causes-acid-reflux ...   [End]
  • Pain at the base/root of penis for 8 weeks   Salenai   10mo  C
     
    Hello, I have been having pain at the base of penis for past 8 weeks, my urologist said that it is probably from rough sex (we never have rough sex with my girlfriend, but I do tend to go deep inside her, and therefore push base of penis/my pelvic bone on her pelvic bone), but even if I stopped having sex for week or two with my girlfriend, pain has not reduced or stopped at all. Could it be from something else? There is no swelling or anything, and supposedly ultrasound has not found anything either. ... I feel pain on top of my penis, where penis connects with rest of my body. I have to pus ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Hello, I have visited another urologist, he said that from ...   salenai   10mo
       
      Hello, I have visited another urologist, he said that from urological point of view, there doesn’t seem to be any problem at all, he did prostate exam, prostate is all right as well, he touched the spot where it hurts me, everything is all right as well, there is absolutely nothing to be found. He said that pain may be caused by one of these: 1. pain is subjective 2. from Sex 3. Torn/elangorated (is that the correct word?) ligament, however, supposedly even if that happened, there would not be anything visible, no hematom bruising, swelling or anything, because it is deeper. 4. there is a ...   [retrieve this message]
  • anybody ???   dwc928s4   11mo  C
     
    Hello all, ... Still trying to fight this dam, entire body muscle twitching. The feel like little bubbles popping. ... I have been taking Magnesium malate, as instructed. Alot of it. And this hasnt changed anything. ... Every 6 months i go to the docotr to have my bladder checked becasue i had a bladder tumor removed 3 years ago. This past time, he checked my testosterone which was low a 144. He now has me on perscription testosterone. I am hoping hte low testosterone could be casuing the twitching, but after a wekk so far, i have not noticed any thing ... ... Question. Can low testosterone cause muscle ...   [retrieve this message]
    • I am sorry to hear about the twitching/popping. It sure is...   #171681   11mo
       
      I am sorry to hear about the twitching/popping. It sure is annoying! ... ... I was having pretty bad twitching around my eyes and in my extremities when I was sitting and resting. ... ... I don’t know how much of a difference it is...but I have been taking Magneseum Citrate...not malate. Now maybe they are the same thing, I don’t know. I have been taking about 1000mg a day and most of my twitching has greatly subsided after about 3 months of taking the citrate. I will still have flare-ups...but they will be over within a few seconds and I may go a week without twitches. ... ... Good Luck!   [retrieve this message]
      • malate and citrate are both absorbable brands from what ive...   dwc928s4   11mo
         
        malate and citrate are both absorbable brands from what ive read. So you think it takes about 3 months to notice a difference ? Ive only been doing magnesium for 2 weeks but have not noticed a difference, ... ... I have a question, if you are not absorbing magnesium, wouldnt that mean that you are not absorbing any of the needed nutrients ? mine all showed to be fine. ... ... Then what esle could be causing the twitching ?   [End]
        • I have twitching after 3 months of taking it. However, the...   #171681   11mo
           
          I have twitching after 3 months of taking it. However, the twitching has been reduced by about 80% or so... ... ... You need to make sure you are taking enough of it, and take it with food. ... ... I was told to start off with one pill for a week, and then increase my dosage by an additional pill untill it gave me the runs. Then ease of your dosage until you start to have ”normal” stools whatever normal means for you. ... ... Don’t get too discouraged about it. If it is truly a magneseum difficiency, you didn’t develop it over night, so you aren’t going to fix it over night either. Stress/anxiety can ...   [retrieve this message]
          • I have chronic problems with Magnesium assimilation, also. ...   objoyfl   11mo
             
            I have chronic problems with Magnesium assimilation, also. I sometimes get those popping sensations just under the skin, and also very tight, crampy muscles. ... ... Having an overgrowth of candida somehow interferes with cell receptor sites. The cells just don’t get proper electronic signals letting the perimeter of a cell know that a certain substance is waiting to enter. ... ... Another way I get Mg into me is Epsom salts which is high in Magnesium. Follow the instructions on a bag of Epsom salts, I think it’s 2 cups per bath of water, but check the label. Dissolve and sit in it for 20 min then ...   [retrieve this message]
            • ... Thanks all for the replies. They make sense. I have tak...   dwc928s4   11mo
               
              ... Thanks all for the replies. They make sense. I have taken epsom salt baths for months now. the reason was i thought i had the toxins from candida all over my body. and i thought this is what was casuing the twitching. So i would sit in an extremely hot epspm salt bath to try to sweat out those toxins. I usually felt better for about a day or so before everything would come back. ... I am told that candida cannot be all over the entire body, or you would most likely be dead. And it is actually the toxins from candida in your stomach and also low vitamins and minerals from not absorbing tha ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Chiropractor did spinal work now my neck creaks and my spin...   mykneehurts2   11mo  C
     
    I went to see a specialist for a hip issue which started after I injured my knee. I explained that I had no issues with my spine, I really tried to stress that I wanted the work done on my hip and tried to explain what I thought happened when I wore a straight leg brace for two months straight which injured my hip. He seemed very irritated when I tried to explain this to him. ... ... I’ve never had back pain. This Chiropractor is suppose to be a specialist in the extremities. I told him that I didn’t want to do the adustments to my spine and that they hurt but he was very aggressive. He ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Hi there! Sorry you had a bad experience with a chiropracto...   Shen   10mo
       
      Hi there! Sorry you had a bad experience with a chiropractor. And as you don’t sound like you want to go back to him, I wouldn’t. There are no-force chiropractors, which in my experience are more effective in adjusting; definitely more gentle, which makes a difference for a more delicate body type. And big plus, it comes with absolutely no ”bone cracking”! ... ... There is also something called ”muscle energy technique”, which involves movement to re-adjust and re-align the body. You could do some reading on the internet (there are youtube videos) and see if that’s something that resonates wit ...   [retrieve this message]
    • My experience with a chiropractor is not bad. I was 15 year...   Davidsmith009   5mo
       
      My experience with a chiropractor is not bad. I was 15 years old when I was going to the chiropractor clinic. Dr. Willie Norred (4701 county road 87, Roanoke, AL 36274) is so experienced. I was suffering from muscle pain. In a few days, I was feeling better. You can take help of any professional chiropractor. ...   [End]
  • Arm pain   cblakem   11mo
     
    So the other day I was trying to slide some drywall forward that was flat on the ground forward and when I did I locked my elbows out and hurt both of my arms. My right arm visibly injured but both hurt. ... ... I went to the ER right away and they focused purely on my right arm because you could see that I had torn something. They immediately sent me to a Ortho doctor who told me I tore my bicep tendon and I needed surgery. An MRI confirmed I have a complete year of my right distal bicep tendon. ... ... When I told the Ortho that I felt both arms pop he basically ignored my left and said it was jus ...   [retrieve this message]
  • MSM Fails to get top billing   bones58gdi   12mo  C
     
    MSM is well known to be an excellent treatment for Aches and Pains of the joints. Taken orally or applied topically it works wonders. Simply add MSM to aloe vera Gel to create a great lotion - 3 TBS aloe ~ 36 grams to 8 OZ of ALOE will give you a 15% concentration. The aloe will allow you to dissolve more MSM than noted. You can easily double it for high potency blend of 30%. ... ... This is readily absorbed - MSM is the Rodney Dangerfield of treatment - it does all the work and Glucosamine (which costs almost double MSM) gets all the credit. if a store bought blend like XXXX is working for you ...   [retrieve this message]
  • myastenia gravis and genectic predispostion   Karen1991   13mo  C
     
      ... ... Hi All, ... ... I am new to your wonderful forum and I am at my wits ends.  I am afraid and I am not getting ANY answers except running into a brick wall, what makes it worse, I a RN, I still can’t get information. Please any and all comments, information, suggestions are welcome and I guess I am scared and frustrated.  I have even asked my  mother’s neurologist says that she can’t talk to me directly regarding myself and my primary doctor doesn’t want to investigate further because I am I not suffering any ”obvious concerning” MG symptoms and won’t ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Re: myastenia gravis   32771   13mo
       
      I have a family friend that has used the Schulze formula listed in the MG post before yours. She saw some improvement but has yet to do what Schulze says to do first, the Incurables Program. In 1998(?) he said: “Obviously, when anybody has any neuromuscular disease, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, myasthenia gravis or others, it is the Incurables Program. That’s where everybody has to start.” I have the18 page section where this subject is discussed in more but similar detail. ... ... You ought to do a Google search for: “Myasthenia gravis + gluten intolerance”. My new Dr is of the ...   [retrieve this message]
      • On Nov 11-19, 2013 there was an online Gluten Summit put on...   32771   5mo
         
        On Nov 11-19, 2013 there was an online Gluten Summit put on by Dr Tom O’Bryan of www.thedr.com ... Of the 29 interviews, I watched 18. Several of the researchers/Doctors mentioned MS (a close cousin to MG???) as a link to gluten sensitivity. I am trying to get the family friend to just do it for a month or two. My problem is that I have converted no one despite them knowing my health has improved this past year. Guess that unless you stumble onto a knowledgeable Dr yourself and pay big $$$... ... I need to quit spiting into the wind.   [End]
    • Re: myastenia gravis and genectic predispostion   fcsteacher   5mo
       
      I too wonder if there is a genetic link to MG. Everything I have read says it is not. My father was recently diagnosed with MG. His mother also had it and died due to complications from it. From what I have researched, there are only about 1 in 5,000 people diagnosed with MG. For a mother & son to both have it seems a little too much of a coincidence for me. Your post is from 8 months ago, and I was wondering if you found any new information?   [End]
      • Hi, I was diagnosed at 15. I am now 38 and still haven’t he...   natsi   5mo
         
        Hi, I was diagnosed at 15. I am now 38 and still haven’t heard any difference when reading about MG. Does this mean they don’t have many case studies and don’t know much about it? I have never sought a support group or chat group so I’m unsure how common it is. However, I have 2 sons 19 and 17, both healthy and symptom free. That’s all the advise I can give sorry   [End]
  • Painful Lumps in Legs - Mirena side effect?   #168152   14mo  C
     
    I had the Mirena IUD inserted almost 3 years ago. For the past two years, I’ve suffered with a tight hamstring in my left leg. I thought it was due to over rigourous walking, but now I’m not so sure. Lately, I’ve been getting these strange lumps in my thighs. They are extremely painful and are under the skin with no redness on the skin. It seems like the lumps come and go with my periods. My periods have been very light or non existent since the Mirena inserstion. This last cycle, my whole body became sore, even my breasts, and I found it very hard to get comfortable to fall asleep. ...   [retrieve this message]
    • If you re still having periods...get it out now before you ...   Djsimpsonblog   13mo
       
      If you re still having periods...get it out now before you have worse symptoms. All my symptoms began when I finally stopped having periods. Good luck.   [End]
      • I would check in with your doctor as soon as you can. Pain ...   musclepain3   9mo
         
        I would check in with your doctor as soon as you can. Pain the upper legs worries me when it comes to hormonal methods of birth control. Hopefully it’s not serious, but better safe than sorry. fore more information you can visit this link muscle pain relief in Hong kong ...   [End]
    • Lipomas that don’t cause pain aren’t a problem and don’t ne...   mexico health   9mo
       
      Lipomas that don’t cause pain aren’t a problem and don’t need to be treated. You can treat painful lipomas with standard pain medications, but if they’re still causing a lot of pain, you may want to talk to your doctor about treatment options. The main ones are hydrocortisone shots or surgery, and both can cause problems for us - some experts say hydrocortisone makes fibromyalgia symptoms worse, and recovering from surgery is a long, extremely painful ordeal for most of us. Also, surgery isn’t guaranteed to eliminate the pain. ... ... I have a ton of these things. I used to think they were infl ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Video Embedded Arnold Schwarzenegger Bodybuilding Motivation!!   White Shark   16mo  C
     
    Arnold Schwarzenegger Bodybuilding Motivation!! ... ... ...   [End]
  • Multiple Sclerosis CURE and other health links - slightly o...   1234567   17mo  C
     
    Hi Guys!.. ... ... Here is a video which could change some People’s life - if u care, of course... This is a very powerful testimony. Everyone should watch this. It is 17 minutes long, but will be the best time investment you ever made in your life. Take notes! ... ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLjgBLwH3Wc ... ... I just want to add from myself, eat meat in moderations and if u eat it then eat only organic coz I do not think u need antibiotics and hormones in ur system, right?.. And I also think that lady could have been cures without eating meat.. the main thing here is to make an accent of RAW sa ...   [retrieve this message]
  • rotator cuff   Sahrang   17mo  C
     
    What acupressure points can help relieve pain in the rotator cuff area? I have a friend whose rotator cuff bothers him. Can he press different distal points to reduce inflammation in that region?   [End]
  • Foot cramps, leg cramps, back and shoulder spasms, sore nec...   #60704   22mo  C
     
    I have suffered with these for years. the Dr says I have fibromyalgia. ... ... But the medications they give constipate and make me irritable. ... ... So first I started stretching each morning, that didn’t help as I thought it would, so I increased my Magnesium intake along with my normal multivitamins. ... ... I took 200mg everyday for three days then one every other day now I take it twice a week. My muscle spasms have disappeared. ... ... I still do the Jack LaLane pre-workout stretches which are good for anyone just to do. ... ... Most of my body pain is gone except in my shoulder and hips but may be rel ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Watch this a couple of times and see if you feel better aft...   Steve888   22mo
       
      Watch this a couple of times and see if you feel better afterwards: ... ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7SSlqyW6yg ... ... ... Peace ... Steve   [End]
    • Hi 60704, ... ... ALL the symptoms you’re experiencing ar...   OhBuckeye   22mo
       
      Hi 60704, ... ... ALL the symptoms you’re experiencing are caused from severe nutrient deficiencies. I work with a natural pharmacist that can help you help your body heal itself. We can not get our minerals/vitamins from the food we eat, regardless if its organic or not. Our soils have been depleted of all the 90 nutrients our bodies require and since plants uptake the minerals that are within soil we only get those minerals from the plants we digest. Please message me ( or anyone ) that would like to learn more. Fibromyalgia can easily be eliminated without taking all those toxic meds, whic ...   [retrieve this message]
      • times are tough and buying more mineral and vitamin supplem...   #60704   22mo
         
        times are tough and buying more mineral and vitamin supplements are difficult right now. ... ... What natural ways can use to get our bodies back up to where they are not nutrient deficient? ... ... send me a PM with more info   [End]
        • Are you saying you have the money to pay a killer in a whit...   RONBN49   18mo
           
          Are you saying you have the money to pay a killer in a white coat but you have no money to buy minerals or proper nutrition. There are no minerals in a big Mac.. Are you also brain dead? I think a bottle of Clark minerals costs about 25 dollars including shipping, are you to poor for that? You have just been given life saving information I suggest you heed it and heed it well otherwise you are in for a short sickly life.   [End]
    • Why would you think the killers in white coat would be able...   RONBN49   18mo
       
      Why would you think the killers in white coat would be able to do anything for you unless it is to sell you some toxic drugs? Obviously you have not yet become aware that doctors kill more than they heal.   [End]
    • I have CF/F, constipation, cramps. I learned that my saliva...   Pamela Viktoria   16mo
       
      I have CF/F, constipation, cramps. I learned that my saliva PH was really low. I started green juicing, and this brought up my PH.   [End]
    • Muscle cramps can have many possible causes. They include: ...   musclepain3   9mo
       
      Muscle cramps can have many possible causes. They include: ... ... Poor blood circulation in the legs ... Overexertion of the calf muscles while exercising ... Insufficient stretching before exercise ... Exercising in the heat ... Muscle fatigue ... Dehydration ... Magnesium and/or potassium deficiency ... Calcium deficiency in pregnant women ... To help reduce the risk of cramps in the future, try the following: ... ... Eat more foods high in vitamins and magnesium and calcium. ... Stay well hydrated. ... Stretch properly before exercise. ... ... In most cases, self-care measures are suffi ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Chronic Neck Pain won't go away   uchihaMadara   22mo  C
     
    Need some ideas guys/gals on what to do about chronic neck pain. ... ... Been takin’ someone to Chiro for months initially for fixin’ her chronic neck pain. No luck after months of twice weekly treatments. Tried numerous therapeutic pillows, they all did not help alleviate the pain. Don’t know the origin of this pain, it appears to be a gradual onset manifesting over years. ... ... Went to a more open minded physician, did different bloodwork over months and from the records, the only conclusive tests seem to be antigens against certain foods like dairy and beef. Hence, she avoids all dairy and beef ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Hello uchiha: ... ... Like you diagnosis of affliction arr...   trimnut2   22mo
       
      Hello uchiha: ... ... Like you diagnosis of affliction arriving over time. ... ... Granted the neck muscle tension: ... ... Have you considered ”Rolfing”? A good rolfing practioner may be able to work this one through. ... ... What is posture like? Is there good use of the tonus while standing/sitting? What is the muscle alignment like? Is there any tension further down the spine or legs? Is there any mal-alignment of the spine? ... ... What are the feet like and is the gait balanced and rolling? ... ... And lastly what is the teeth condition like? ... Are there hidden teeth issues? ... ... All the best T2 ... ... ... ... ... ... ...   [retrieve this message]
      • Hello uchiha: Like you diagnosis of affliction arriving ...   uchihaMadara   22mo
         
        Hello uchiha: Like you diagnosis of affliction arriving over time. Granted the neck muscle tension: Have you considered ”Rolfing”? A good rolfing practioner may be able to work this one through. ... ... Have not considered it, but have heard of it fixing problems like feet curved inwards back to normal after a few rolfing sessions - supposedly hurt like hell. Will look into it though, thanks for that idea. ... ... What is posture like? Is there good use of the tonus while standing/sitting? What is the muscle alignment like? Is there any tension further down the spine or legs? Is t ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Hi, is her water intake optimal?  If she’s not deliber...   ways_of_wisdom   22mo
       
      Hi, is her water intake optimal?  If she’s not deliberately drinking lots of water there’s always the possibility that the discs between the vertebrae might be dehydrated, that together with an exercise of lying across in bed with the head hanging oveer a side and then slowly lifting the head and then lowering, then turning slowly from side to side, will help bring fluids to that region. ... ... If it’s muscular tension taking magnesium or rubbing "magnesium oil" on the neck could bring almost immediate relief as mg. is needed to relax the muscles.  Calcium, silica, vit. D ...   [retrieve this message]
      • Hi, is her water intake optimal?  If she’s not deliber...   uchihaMadara   22mo
         
        Hi, is her water intake optimal?  If she’s not deliberately drinking lots of water there’s always the possibility that the discs between the vertebrae might be dehydrated, that together with an exercise of lying across in bed with the head hanging oveer a side and then slowly lifting the head and then lowering, then turning slowly from side to side, will help bring fluids to that region. ... ... She’s been drinking spring water. I encourage her to consume at least 8 glasses daily. Observing her, she probably intakes 5-6 tall glasses. From my research, some water types are supposedly ...   [retrieve this message]
        • Sorry it took me so long to come back and reply   ways_of_wisdom   22mo
           
          I’m not getting e-mail notifications and when I tried changing my settings (2 or 3x) something went wrong, maybe the site was on maintenance. Now on to your "?s": ... ... What do you think of Viktor Schauberger’s water observations? Also, would MSM, Chondroitin, and Glucosamine potentially help? I do not know about that, but met someone who was pretty "hung up" on some type of water that he had to buy very expensive equipment to "make" at home.  My take on that is a little skeptical as rarely can mankind improve over what God/nature provided.  So a ...   [retrieve this message]
          • I’m not getting e-mail notifications and when I tried chang...   uchihaMadara   22mo
             
            I’m not getting e-mail notifications and when I tried changing my settings (2 or 3x) something went wrong, maybe the site was on maintenance. Now on to your ”?s”: ... ... Weird, try a different browser or computer. ... ... What do you think of Viktor Schauberger’s water observations? Also, would MSM, Chondroitin, and Glucosamine potentially help? I do not know about that, but met someone who was pretty ”hung up” on some type of water that he had to buy very expensive equipment to ”make” at home.  My take on that is a little skeptical as rarely can mankind improve over what God/nature p ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Re: Chronic Neck Pain won't go away   Linda12   21mo
       
      Hello, ... It seems like when you turn your head and yawn; your esophagus gets shifted a bit. This puts pressure on it and constricts it. The esophagus does have some range of movement laterally in your neck, so this isn’t really too serious of a problem. If you can manually pop it back into place than that is good. Maybe if you can go a while without this happening, more connective tissue will form to hold your esophagus into place better. ... Hope this help you! ... ... ... _____________________ ... Internet Pharmacy ... ...   [End]
  • Spasms, Chills and Genova.   dwc928s4   23mo  C
     
    Afternoon all, ... ... Metametric test confirmed my candida, however, i have a few squestions about my symptoms. ... ... i have had, muscle twitching, and spasms all over my body for sometime now. and as i learned this is a sign of low magnesium. I had the Genova test done, and it shows my magnesium to be fine. Is it possible that since this is a blood test, my blood was fine, but it had already pulled everything out of my muscles ? ... Also i am cold with chills all the time. It is 75 outside, but i still need to wear a jacket. anyone know what this is from. ... ... I would like to invite, any and al ...   [retrieve this message]
    • I had the same symptoms from low potassium, and low sodium ...   UnCanned   23mo
       
      I had the same symptoms from low potassium, and low sodium made my brain floaty. ... ... Hope that info may help you in some way.   [End]
      • According to Genova, My potasium is fine also, but thanks f...   dwc928s4   23mo
         
        According to Genova, My potasium is fine also, but thanks for the reply. ... ... I would aslo like to point out, i do not think my symptoms are die off, for the resons that i have had it for several years now, even when i am not taking anything. ... ... Right now i am just on L-glutamine, and probiotics.   [End]
        • Have you had your thyroid levels checked? ... Also, the twi...   gibby   23mo
           
          Have you had your thyroid levels checked? ... Also, the twitching, maybe heavy metals...mercury..   [End]
          • gibby, ... thanks for the response. Mercury, Yes, it was te...   dwc928s4   23mo
             
            gibby, ... thanks for the response. Mercury, Yes, it was tested during the Genova test. It said it was slightly high at ... 0.0105 mcg/g and the level should be ibby, ... thanks for the response. Mercury, Yes, it was tested during the Genova test. It said it was slightly high at ... 0.0105 mcg/g and the level should be = 0.0039 mcg/g ... ... I posted a question about this in the mercury forum, sometime back but no one ever responded, i posted it here. ... http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1860816#i ... ... Doctor said it wasnt bad enough to give me all these symptoms. ... I had my thyroids checked, it was fine a ...   [retrieve this message]
            • ”Also i am cold with chills all the time. It is 75 outside,...   Michael B   23mo
               
              ”Also i am cold with chills all the time. It is 75 outside, but i still need to wear a jacket. anyone know what this is from.” ... ... Sounds like hypothyroid. Your doc may have said your numbers are fine but normally the range for ”fine” is pretty far gone for most people. Most feel good at 1 to 2 but fine can be as high at 4 or 5. ... ... Iodine supplementing is definitely worth a try.   [End]
    • ... ... I get muscle cramps from time to time, generally i...   #136970   23mo
       
      ... ... I get muscle cramps from time to time, generally in my legs.  Have ... learned that the best thing for it is simple muscle stretching exercises and I ... learned that from a physical therapist.  Bodies need to move and stretch ... and exercise and when they don’t they rebel in all sorts of ways including ... cramps and tics.  The anxiety part is simple.  It’s like fear.  ... Unless you are in immediate physical danger it is irrational and all you have to ... do is to let it go.  ... ... http://voices.yahoo.com/twitching-muscles-most-common-cause-muscle-twitching-909107.html?ca ...   [retrieve this message]
    • How’s your iron? ... ...   tjraije   23mo
       
      How’s your iron? ... ...   [End]
    • Are you on any medication? Btw the test shows August 2011? ...   Flamengo   23mo
       
      Are you on any medication? Btw the test shows August 2011? ... ... I am like you. Feel cold all the time. Are you adrenals ok? Copper levels? Iron? ...   [End]
    • i have had, muscle twitching, and spasms all over my body f...   Hveragerthi   23mo
       
      i have had, muscle twitching, and spasms all over my body for sometime now. and as i learned this is a sign of low magnesium. I had the Genova test done, and it shows my magnesium to be fine. Is it possible that since this is a blood test, my blood was fine, but it had already pulled everything out of my muscles ? ... ... ... Lab tests are frequently inaccurate.  Usually because things fluctuate in the body so much or because they are testing something like blood or saliva that do not test tissue levels of a substance. ... ... ... Spasms are more often caused by a lack of magnesium since magnes ...   [retrieve this message]
    • I was reading up on anemia. It states lack of iron. Follic ...   Flamengo   23mo
       
      I was reading up on anemia. It states lack of iron. Follic acid and b12 could be issues. I happened to have Follic acid. B12 deficiency and have some of the same issues! You should look into iron. Follic acid. B12.   [End]
      • Magnisium is good for the muscle stuff..   gibby   23mo
         
        Magnisium is good for the muscle stuff..   [End]
        • Simple Candida test/DHEA for chills.   nordskoven   22mo
           
          You can take the spit test for Candida. Just take a clean glass of water and put it by your bed. When you wake up, first thing before you swallow, spit into the cup of water. If your saliva is stringy or cloudy, you have systemic Candida. If this is the case, take CAPRYLIC ACID or the even stronger Candida killer UNDECYLENIC ACID. This will give you back your magnesium. Supplement with silver colloid every 3rd day for two weeks and continue taking CAPRYLIC ACID or UNDECYLENIC ACID intermittently becaue you can never kill off this stuff. Just keep it whacked back. ... ... You might try taking D ...   [retrieve this message]
  • V-tac, arrhythmia, Murmurs,flutters and pain in the chest   #60704   24mo  C
     
    Hi all, ... ... Over the last few years I have been having pain in my chest. ... ... I spent tons of money of my own on all sorts of Cardiac tests stress test, sonogram and color dye tracking of blood flow, ECG testing etc. . . my BP is always normal 110/70 with 54-70 heart bpm ... ... Every time I would do the test nothing would happen and so no problem was found. all tests were negative, except for a couple of times a murmur last only for a couple of seconds about once every 40 minutes on average or up to 2 hours. ... ... But I would continue to have what I thought was small cardiac arrests of some sort. a ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Interesting story, but why have the V-tach in the heading? ...   uchihaMadara   24mo
       
      Interesting story, but why have the V-tach in the heading? That’s pretty dangerous if you had it, or caught it when monitoring your ECG. ... ... Your story reminds me of the old saying that death begins in the colon, especially with the newest GMOs, pesticides residues, additives, and extra toxins entering the food supply. ... ... As a side note, when I was constipated it caused a weird chest pain, sharp. BMs would resolve the pain. Interesting association with back pain though, it makes sense physiologically. ... ... Also, your comment on the LWM4, is this living water machine related? If so, do you no ...   [retrieve this message]
      • I used V-tac because some who have had it could not find a ...   #60704   24mo
         
        I used V-tac because some who have had it could not find a cause for it. ... ... If you had those types of pains before a BM then your nerve was pinched or restricted. That is why many with constipation suffer lower back pains. ... ... Yes I have a LWM4 and Yes I notice the difference between it. there are good articles on both sides of the issue but the water helps to lower blood pressure by breaking down water soluble cholesterol and fats that cause blood cells to join together. when they do it leads to higher blood pressure. ... ...   [End]
        • If it is/was a pinched or restricted nerve, it’s probably f...   uchihaMadara   24mo
           
          If it is/was a pinched or restricted nerve, it’s probably from an old injury from falling hard on @ss in the past. Low radiation spinal x-rays do show minor subluxation at lumbar at one point/disk, probably impact point that absorbed most of the damage. ... ... ... The LWM4 is interesting, I’ve read both sides of the efficacy cases. It’s difficult to justify the cost of producing the water though, not that plain tap water is a healthy alternative. ... ... ... Do you think distilled water would do an approximately similar job to LWM4?   [End]
    • A lack of magnesium will cause muscle contractions and spas...   RONBN49   23mo
       
      A lack of magnesium will cause muscle contractions and spasms. When those spasms affect the heart its called a heart attack. Doctors appears to be oblivious to dangers of low magnesium and are incredibly ignorant about nutrition. Blood tests show no magnesium deficiency because modern medicine only checks the blood and disregards the fact only 1% of the magnesium is in the blood, the rest in in the cells and the body pulls it out if blood gets low. Its almost like they are total ignorant about nutrition, which they are.   [End]
    • Re: V-tac, arrhythmia, Murmurs,flutters and pain in the che...   #136970   21mo
       
      ... ... Your massage therapist is a sadist and doesn’t know what in the hell she is ... doing. ... ... Find someone who heals with light touch - I’ve personally used ... therapists who practice Rubenfeld Synergy, which is very effective with no ... pounding or pushing.  In fact, I took a five day seminar from Ilana at ... Esalen and her methodology and those who practices what she taught is very ... gentle and extremely effective. ... ... http://rubenfeldsynergy.com/ ... ... For your heart rhythm problem you have to cut out ALL caffeine including caffeinated ... sodas or drinks of any kind.  Also cut out all sugars ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Thigh Cramp last night, is anyone familiar with this a prod...   #150253   26mo  C
     
    Last night I got the most excruciating thigh cramp. I can not post the details but it was bad. I get them from time to time, not often. This one was the worst. Hours, I laid there in pain, I wanted to throw up. This morning I was so sore my whole right butt cheek hurts. I got the same cramp but less severe before I started the cleanse. This was much worst than a couple of days ago. ... ... I started my MC 3 days ago so I thought I would pick some more syrup up and go to CVS to talk to the pharmacist about a new product I have been watching, I know they carry it. I must have been crazy, I guess ...   [retrieve this message]
    • ... ... I don’t understand the rational that you experienc...   #136970   26mo
       
      ... ... I don’t understand the rational that you experience leg cramps and you wish ... to take a pill?  It doesn’t make sense to me. ... ... I had leg cramps at night for several months and when I mentioned it to a ... physical therapist friend of mine she gave me a series of stretching exercises ... and it cured the cramps almost over night. ... ... Our bodies are designed to be used.  Practicing some type of routine ... exercises (such as I was doing) can cause cramping and so can underutilizing our ... bodies which can become weakened.  My suggestion would be first to learn ... about the muscle that is ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Never heard of this specific item, but magnesium and potass...   #133257   26mo
       
      Never heard of this specific item, but magnesium and potassium are good for getting rid of leg cramps and muscle spasming. Make sure there are no artificial ingredients in it before taking it in conjunction with the lemonade diet. ...   [End]
    • Elimination of toxins is of prime importance when fasting s...   pepe   26mo
       
      Elimination of toxins is of prime importance when fasting so doing the Lax tea and the SWF become a crucila element to help they system help get rid of toxins. Another element is being well hydrated to keep toxins diluted and moving out so the first line of defense is drinking lots of water at the onset of any detox sysmtoms. Do not take any chemicals, concoctions etc as that will interfere with the bodys detox process. Leg pains are not uncommon when fasting read below. ... ... From the Detox Stages in the FAQs: ... ... "During fasting, the body’s healing process is at optimum efficiency. ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Also consider taking magnesium internally for the cramps an...   Steve888   26mo
       
      Also consider taking magnesium internally for the cramps and overall health. For internal use my favorite is Natural Calm: ... ... http://www.iherb.com/Peter-Gillham-s-Natural-Vitality-Natural-Calm-Organic-Raspberry-Lemon-Flavor-16-oz-453-g/5124?at=0   [End]
    • Listen to your body, ... When it’s talking to you ... and s...   White Shark   26mo
       
      Listen to your body, ... When it’s talking to you ... and stop doing what you are doing! ... ... Cramps are a sign that you are sonsuming too much fruit or too much swetteners or both. ... ... If you get cramps while on Master Cleanse, then for god’s sake stop doing it, it is not the right cleanse for you! ... ... Listen to your body! ... ... White Shark ...   [End]
      • ”Listen to your body” is an overused meaningless ”cliche” u...   pepe   26mo
         
        ”Listen to your body” is an overused meaningless ”cliche” used when people are second guessing and/or have no real experience or actual knowledge to contribute but worse of all when it culminates in fear mongering fear mongering ear mongering using exclamation signs (!). If we had the wisdom or experience to interpret any of these signs we would have NEVER eaten those jelly donuts that got most of us to the stage of illness or toxemia to begin with ;+D ... ... It is a well known ”fact” of any cleansing protocol that depending on many factors including our particular ailments and toxic stage t ...   [retrieve this message]
        • ... ... " "Listen ... to your body" is an o...   #136970   26mo
           
          ... ... " "Listen ... to your body" is an overused meaningless "cliche" used when ... people are second guessing..........." ... ... Not ... true at all!  You as spirit are responsible for your body and your body is ... the communication tool to you about what’s going on in your reality both ... physical and spiritual.  First, you have to get into your body and you do ... that by grounding - a spiritual technique. ... ... Anyone ... suggesting a number one "cure" for leg cramps by doing anything oral ... is doing nothing but trying to get back to the teat in our bottle fed so ...   [retrieve this message]
          • Your knee jerk reaction noted as is your lack of comprehens...   pepe   26mo
             
            Your knee jerk reaction noted as is your lack of comprehension of the context in which the issue was addressed based on what the original posters question which was related to leg cramps WHILE DOING THE MASTER CLEANSE WHILE DOING THE MASTER CLEANSE ... ... In your overzealous misguided lack of comprehension you took this opportunity to soap box and regurgitate some spiritual psychobabble that is completely irrelevant when the IN YOUR FACE pragmatic fact is that what it takes is not some belief system but experience and knowledge to interpret any of these body signs as I went on to explain. T ...   [retrieve this message]
    • I assume you have a severe magnesium deficiency and need to...   RONBN49   18mo
       
      I assume you have a severe magnesium deficiency and need to get magnesium into you asap. One that I like is called jigsaw.   [End]
  • Hope for Joy   hopeforjoyals   30mo  C
     
    My dearest friend, Joy Styles, passed from ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) on July 1st 2011. I have created a website - http://www.hopeforjoy.ca to raise awareness of the disease and to help others who have been diagnosed with this disease.   [End]
  • Undiagnosed upper right quadrant pain that might surprise y...   Grace2Marayger   3y  C
     
    I have been suffering with undiagnosed upper right quadrant pain (just below my right rib cage) since Aug of 2010 it is now July 2011. ... First spent months thinking it was gallstones because of an ultrasound finding of an 8mm (1/3”) stone and multiple others. I did a Dr. Schulze Liver/ Gallbladder flush and another gallstone flush while I was waiting to get in to see a Surgeon. Honest surgeon said no to taking my gallbladder since He said my pain was more chronic than acute. Then my more allopathic Doctor insisted I have a CT scan (took Kyo-Chlorella to protect from the radiation- I hate ...   [retrieve this message]
    • this is not a preaching forum.   gibby   3y
       
      this is not a preaching forum.   [End]
    • Keep the faith, dear one, He will see you through all of th...   MamacatPatch   3y
       
      Keep the faith, dear one, He will see you through all of this and guide you to your path to healing!!! ... ... ... ... ... Marci ...   [End]
    •  Aloe Vera ... (So far I have tried multiple brands: ...   Hveragerthi   3y
       
       Aloe Vera ... (So far I have tried multiple brands: New Chapter, Aloe 200X from Emerson Ecologics, George’s Aloe Vera and Aloe King), ... ... Not familiar with the other brands, but the Aloe 200X is not aloe vera.  The 200X indicates a 200:1 concentrate, which is made from either curacao aloe or cape aloe, not aloe vera.  These aloes are used for their lower water and mucilage content and their higher anthraquinone content.  The anthraquinones are stimulant laxatives.  So the 200:1 concentrates are used for their strong laxative properties, not for their ability ...   [retrieve this message]
      • Thank you, Hveragerthi, for your information about Aloe 200...   Grace2Marayger   32mo
         
        Thank you, Hveragerthi, for your information about Aloe 200X and berberine sulfate. I had wondered about berberine sulfate since I was not familiar with it. Funny, ‘not’, that you mentioned, ’I might as well be taking antibiotics’, as I began taking a round of Amoxicillin one week ago as a preventative against a possible Lyme infection. I was bitten by a deer tick on July 3rd. I got into a doctor 4 days later and she said it was too late to begin antibiotics as insurance against possible Lyme. So I was told to just wait and see if I had a bull’s eye show up or if I had any unusual sympto ...   [retrieve this message]
      • Thank you Hveragerthi that protocol I did along with gettin...   Grace2Marayger   23h
         
        Thank you Hveragerthi that protocol I did along with getting off gluten and nightshades and Egosque bodywork did get me out of URQ pain. It did however take 6 months. So I have been Upper Right Quadrant and Abdominal Pain free for 2 years. I did deal with some rashes since then and I do believe that Candida might an ongoing factor. Been studying Candida and Rashes since bulldancer shared a great remedy for that under Seborrheic Dermatitis Cures and I am working toward doing Able’s protocol for Candida. ... ... This March 2014 my abdominal pain, again thought to be an ulcer, has returned. ... I ...   [retrieve this message]
    • ”Honest surgeon said no to taking my gallbladder since He s...   chirontherainbowbridge   3y
       
      ”Honest surgeon said no to taking my gallbladder since He said my pain was more chronic than acute.” ... ... this strikes me as a very good moment. And a good ’portent’. (funny word, that!) ... ... I am just reading a book tonight called ”the healing code” ... you might want to look at it. ... ... all the best! C   [End]
    • I am curious about this part of your heading: ... ... &q...   chirontherainbowbridge   3y
       
      I am curious about this part of your heading: ... ... "that might surprise you", and I don’t really understand, ... WHY the surprise? ... ... The story sounds very familiar--including all the various supplements. (sorry to say so--but this is "curezone") ... I kept looking for something new, that would surprise me. Okay--maybe the surprise of a helpful doc! ... ... I am trying to recall what I have done, in my life, since I have had many odd moments, and difficult patches, and years of trying to build myself up, with everything... ... and all sort of professionals. ... ... Actually, I t ...   [retrieve this message]
      • I was also waiting for the big surprise that never came. Wh...   blueciel   32mo
         
        I was also waiting for the big surprise that never came. What surprises me is that you take all these artificial supplements that clog your liver and cause heart burn and god knows what. Just simplify your diet and supplements and maybe try and juice fast for a couple of days. If I were you I would get a bunch of slippery elm and eat it as a gruel several times a day. Really cheap and efficient.   [End]
        • You know you are so right. I do have concerns about cloggin...   Grace2Marayger   32mo
           
          You know you are so right. I do have concerns about clogging my liver. About magnesium stearate and other additives and even a concern over gelatin in the capsules of the many supplements I have taken. While I do wonder about ‘God knows what’ I have done to myself over the years have never had any heartburn. I have slippery elm tincture but have never eaten it as a gruel. I just found an article by Schulze and will check it out. ... Cheap and efficient sounds good! ...   [End]
      • That you even noticed the ‘surprise’ in my heading must mea...   Grace2Marayger   32mo
         
        That you even noticed the ‘surprise’ in my heading must mean something. Might just be my advertising/ marketing back ground but I think the surprise will keep unfolding. My story is familiar and I love curezone. And while I am weary of looking for hope in a supplement bottle I am very hopeful that I can get better and I believe anyone can improve there health by applying wisdom about herbs and nutrition. ... We are in agreement: ”Let your food be your medicine, and your medicine be your food.” Hippocrates ... Yes, to taking responsibility... ... ”If you are not your own doctor, you are a fool. ...   [retrieve this message]
        • We were looking for the surprise because we’re all hoping t...   blueciel   32mo
           
          We were looking for the surprise because we’re all hoping that someone will find THE cure! ... ... Now that you’ve posted more info I think that you may have messed up you stomach acid with all the Prilosec. A very knowledgeable man on the Liver flush forum mentioned that when you’re low in stomach acid you may get symptoms that mimic liver pain. I think you need to start supporting your liver with some herbs. Heverargeti has a good liver tonic that you could try. The Slippery elm that I’m talking about is the powdered tree bark that gels when mixed with water. It will get to the consistency of ...   [retrieve this message]
          • Blueceil, ... Thank you for your response. ... I do think I...   Grace2Marayger   29mo
             
            Blueceil, ... Thank you for your response. ... I do think I messed up my stomach acid. ... I have done some slippery elm gruel and will try the Bee Pollen. ... ... By way of update: ... I was doing a boat load of different things to help heal my URQ pain… ... DGL ... MSM ... A Wellness Resources product called GI Soother which has ... Protein 3.5 g, Immunoglobulins 300mg, and Lactoferrin 45 mg ... http://www.wellnessresources.com/products/gi_soother.php ... Broad Spectrum Probiotic ... Aloe Vera ... L-Glutamine ... Mucosa Max at https://www.ultralifeinc.com/Detail.asp?P=9062 ... Mastic Gum ... Cabbage and potato Juice ... Manuka Honey ...   [retrieve this message]
    • If it is actually an ulcer, Pepto Bismal can cure many of t...   flashkaz   29d
       
      If it is actually an ulcer, Pepto Bismal can cure many of them. Look on Dr. Oz’s site for directions. It doesn’t cure ”all” ulcers, but it does cure most. Pepto Bismal is not able to advertise that fact without paying huge sums of money to government agencies and they want to keep the product affordable. ... ... I am also a recent vegetarian and have watched my relative great health spiral out of control. I went to the doc and found I had a severe B12 and D deficiency. I began taking supplements and even started to eat a little meat again to get healthy once more. I have had severe heartburn/a ...   [retrieve this message]
      • Thank you flashkaz! try 15 min of mid day sun this spring a...   Grace2Marayger   22h
         
        Thank you flashkaz! try 15 min of mid day sun this spring and summer, limited Carlson Cod Liver Oil in the winter and Bio-D-Mulsion Forte from Biotics Research Corporation for supplements. And be sure and get the right form of B12. My metabolic typist wants me on Methyl forms of folic acid 5-methylfolate and Methylcobalamin for B12 because I may have a Methylation issues. ... I eat mostly plant based Paleo now. ... Hope the DGL has helped you. ... Again, thanks for the mention of Pepto Bismal- going to study and try that.   [End]
  • I took a Moreless Bath...WOW! I feel so relaxed...   RN SUCCESS leggybrandi   3y  C
     
    I just wanted to let people know I tried the Moreless Bath and it is awesome! I feel so relaxed like I worked out. I would suggest this to anyone for any reason! My sister has lupus and gets really sore. She said she felt a lot better. ... ... Moreless Bath ... ... 2 pounds of epsom salt ... 1 pound of baking soda ... i quart of peroxide ... ... in a hot bath for 10-30 minutes. The longer the better. ... ... Then rinse with cold water. ... ... AMAZING!!!   [End]
  • Question about catabolism / muscle wasting   #130264   3y  C
     
    So I’ve been reading about this, trying to figure out what it means/how it works. Is this caused by high cortisol levels? ... ... I definitely don’t have as bad a case as some of you but I seem to be losing muscle strength, and I never have the desire to stretch like I used to. That used to feel really good (years ago), feeling the blood rush in. When I go for walks I seem to cut them short, and I seem to be eating/craving more and more meat. Strange b/c overall my AF is improving. My hypoglycemia is completely gone, and so is my sensitivity to cold weather. Thought I read somewhere that anoth ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Yes im having the same problems with my muscles. Im losing ...   sobeman88   3y
       
      Yes im having the same problems with my muscles. Im losing them drastically! I dont feel that anabolic rush anymore. I am very weak compared to what I used to be. After pumping like three weights, I just quit and want to go eat. I am very skinny too. I have lost a lot of weight. ... ... If anybody has any answers for this, please share.   [End]
      • Couple of sentences from Wiki: ... ... ”The so-called clas...   #130264   3y
         
        Couple of sentences from Wiki: ... ... ”The so-called classic catabolic hormones known since the early 20th century are cortisol, glucagon, and adrenaline (and other catecholamines). In recent decades, many more hormones with at least some catabolic effects have been discovered, including cytokines, orexin (also known as hypocretin), and melatonin.”   [End]
    • How old are you? ... ... As we age our growth hormones dro...   Crowd   3y
       
      How old are you? ... ... As we age our growth hormones drop, along with all the other hormones. That alone is a cause of muscle loss in the general public. Happens sooner for some than others. ... ... The safest way to turn it around is with colostrum. Very popular with body builders and Anti-aging officianados. ... ... http://www.bulkcolostrum.com has huge amounts of info and the best price. ... ... Colostrum stimulates the immune system when it is low, and brings it down when it is too high. It is rockin’ stuff. ... ... good luck   [End]
      • Thanks. ... I’m 45. ... I’ve never tried colostrum but I’m ...   #130264   3y
         
        Thanks. ... I’m 45. ... I’ve never tried colostrum but I’m familiar w/ it. For several reasons, I try to stay away from anything that comes from the udder of a cow. Not a true ”allergy” but I have trouble w/ lactose, casein, whey, and who knows what else in there. The hormones sound kinda scary too. ... ... I bought an amino acid supplement yesterday for the first time ever. I think I noticed some improvement. ... ... I’ve started holy basil as well.   [End]
  • How do you know if pain is even related to Gallstones?   Grace2Marayger   3y  C
     
    Since Aug of 2010 I have considered my Upper right Quadrant Pain (just under my right ribcage) to be: ... ... Gallbladder, or Gallstones ... then ... Duodenum Ulcer ... and now ... Abdominal Muscle Strain ... ... I am working on all three of these conditions. ... ... Original sonogram indicated gallstones one 8mm size (about 1/3 of an inch) and multiple other stones. ... I began a long list of protocols, Ursodiol 300 mg 2X daily, juicing, coffee enemas, flushes etc to help. ... ... Surgeon did not think it was gallbladder related because I had good blood work and my pain was more chronic than acute. ... ... About a month later a ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Image Embedded Yes there are other people and that is why they are here on...   Telman   3y
       
      Yes there are other people and that is why they are here on this site. Undiagnosed, chronic pain is a destructive force. It is an issue that I have and that I share with several people who I have been in contact with this year alone. ... ... The diagnostic method that doctors use are always the same but when it fails, doctors find themselves in a very difficult situation, because in general terms they can’t authorise investigation unless diagnostic test provide some evidence. When one starts to diagnose oneself without experience of others it is fraught with dangers. Nevertheless this is what w ...   [retrieve this message]
      • Yes yes yes! I have had the same thing and I definitely thi...   sobeman88   3y
         
        Yes yes yes! I have had the same thing and I definitely think I have an ulcer and not gallstones. The reason for this is simple, like you said the pain has been acute. I dont get them that often. But when I do, they come fast and they are very painful. I am almost in tears. And a heat pad helps them. Also advil kills the pain. Which if it was gallstones, I heard pain killers dont work. Thats another clue to look for. ... ... But my question to every one is, what does an ulcer do? Since having these ulcers in my right side, I started to notice bad digestion. Slowly, but eventually it has lead to ...   [retrieve this message]
        • Advil is not something you want to take if you have an ulce...   ghostofme   3y
           
          Advil is not something you want to take if you have an ulcer. It inflames the lining of the stomach. Take tylenol instead. ... ... ”Advil may also cause serious effects on the stomach or intestines, including bleeding or perforation (forming of a hole).” ... -http://www.drugs.com/advil.html   [End]
      • Telman, ... Thank you so much for this great information! ...   Grace2Marayger   32mo
         
        Telman, ... Thank you so much for this great information! ... Sorry I am so long to reply. ... ... Especially like what you wrote: ... ... ... I am still not sure about what I have but I think there is both an internal and muscular skeletal aspect. ... I was getting worse working out with weight equipment at a gym- I cut that out. I am now working with a physical therapist trained in The Egoscue Method http://www.egoscue.com/ and have had some trigger point massage. Egoscue works on ones entire structural alignment and I hope it will not only help my upper right quadrant pain but both of my knees that su ...   [retrieve this message]
    • hi,, first of all i wish u get better soon,,,,, ... ... ...   farro   3y
       
      hi,, first of all i wish u get better soon,,,,, ... ... about the pain u experience i have same pain for about 7 months on and off in my right side of ribs, stomach and shoulder blades, i tested positive for h pylori on sep 2010, they did an upper stomach xray for ulcer everything was normal , i dont know what is wrong with me, also they did an ultrasound back in july 2010 for liver and gall bladder stone everything was normal too, ,,,, ... ... i feel so full in my right side of stomach the pain comes and goes with different foods, i take acv with cayyene peper for the pain which helps alot, i do ...   [retrieve this message]
  • CFS and regaining muscle mass   soulstudios   3y  C
     
    Hi Everybody- ... like you, I’ve had CFS for about 7 years now. I’ve been regaining my muscle mass over the past four months after trying unsuccessfully to do so over a period of 6 months - the key was supplementing with some bodybuilding products. ... In the process of researching this stuff I found several key components of bodybuilding supplements (glucose, L-glutamine, BCAA’s and others) have an impact on CFS. ... At any rate, I’ve now regained 3 kg of muscle mass, and feel better than I’ve felt in years. It’s all down to (a) a graduated exercise program and (b) supplementing. ... I’ve presented m ...   [retrieve this message]
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