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Scattered neuropathy pain?

 
Anonymous Coward
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02/02/2013 05:58 PM
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Re: Scattered neuropathy pain?
try cannabis oil internally.
kc27
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02/02/2013 07:56 PM
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Re: Scattered neuropathy pain?
I have a polyneuropathy and was in a lot of pain 'til i started making my own liposomal curcumin... Now, no pain, lost weight, mood elevated and cancer risk way down. Look it up. I found a recipe for lipo vitamin c/curcumin online. Cost less than $100 to get started. The hardest part is finding a lab that will sell curcumin (peocessed from turmeric, the spice) in less than 25kg ammounts. Curcumin is the most-studied natural substance and test show it kills all cancers and works better than steroids on inflammation (pain). Steroids are considered the "gold standard" my ama for inflammation.
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02/02/2013 08:12 PM
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Re: Scattered neuropathy pain?
OP it could seriously be Multiple Sclerosis. Polyneuropathy can occur with severe neurological usually CNS issues.

Secondary Diagnosis could be Fibromyalgia, Diabetic issues.
Tertiary Diagnosis could be general symptoms due to multiple subluxations throughout the cervical spine, lumbar spine, upper extremities and lower extremities (if thats the case find a great chiro.) alot of people have muscular compensation over time from various stressors and injuries, subtle deviations in muscular tone and joint alignment (both spinal and extremity) can lead to localized varied parathesias. I treat the 3rd diagnosis daily and get supurb results in 5-10 visits.

However be very very diligent it could be any number of severe neuroligic disorders. I would lean to MS but diagnosis is often surprising. MRI/CT of the brain is in your agenda for next week.
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02/03/2013 01:28 AM
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Re: Scattered neuropathy pain?
OP it could seriously be Multiple Sclerosis. Polyneuropathy can occur with severe neurological usually CNS issues.

Secondary Diagnosis could be Fibromyalgia, Diabetic issues.
Tertiary Diagnosis could be general symptoms due to multiple subluxations throughout the cervical spine, lumbar spine, upper extremities and lower extremities (if thats the case find a great chiro.) alot of people have muscular compensation over time from various stressors and injuries, subtle deviations in muscular tone and joint alignment (both spinal and extremity) can lead to localized varied parathesias. I treat the 3rd diagnosis daily and get supurb results in 5-10 visits.

However be very very diligent it could be any number of severe neuroligic disorders. I would lean to MS but diagnosis is often surprising. MRI/CT of the brain is in your agenda for next week.
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Thank you. You sound like a great chiropractor.

I go to a very good chiropractor regularly. Every two weeks now. She spends a lot of time and uses muscle testing and an IQ activator to help me with many issues.

I'm 62 so MS isn't likely. More likely is a 7-hour back surgery for 75% spondylolithesis (sp?) which left me with meralgia paresthetica (sp?) in my outer right thigh due to an incarcerated femoral nerve at the pelvis that hasn't cleared up in two+ years.

The surgery stabilized my L4, L5, S1 to prevent future incontinence in case the L5 moved forward even more. Now there is a rod and screws which means no adjustments there. The pars bone facet was smashed to smithereens.
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02/03/2013 01:31 AM
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Re: Scattered neuropathy pain?
I have a polyneuropathy and was in a lot of pain 'til i started making my own liposomal curcumin... Now, no pain, lost weight, mood elevated and cancer risk way down. Look it up. I found a recipe for lipo vitamin c/curcumin online. Cost less than $100 to get started. The hardest part is finding a lab that will sell curcumin (peocessed from turmeric, the spice) in less than 25kg ammounts. Curcumin is the most-studied natural substance and test show it kills all cancers and works better than steroids on inflammation (pain). Steroids are considered the "gold standard" my ama for inflammation.
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What a great testimonial. That sounds really good. Anything that is liposomal is likely to be far superior to anything non liposomal.

I guess I should invest in a good quality machine to make the stuff.
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