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dreamkatcher
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#2641 | Posted: 10 Oct 2012 13:48
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Joe:
Try it this way from the link directly below, hope it works P.T.

Thanks Joe. dk
Planettraveller
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#2642 | Posted: 10 Oct 2012 13:57
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Joe:
Try it this way from the link directly below, hope it works P.T.

Thank you kind sir. Yes it did open and was very infomative.Basically Im going to turn into a fu#king tree.Im gona dig more into later because I would sooner go the homeopathic way than conventional.Its a horrible bloody thing Joe just glad I only got it were I can cover it up.Dont know why Im bothering cos the rest of me is held together with elastic supports.If the elastic all snapped at same time there would just be a pile of bleeding bones and twigs on the floor.Thanks again Joe
Kozmik
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#2643 | Posted: 10 Oct 2012 19:53
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I have been prescribed a "Big Pharma" product for agonizing sciatic/back pain :-

Naproxen 500mg/ twice daily.

The pills have given immediate relief, thank God. The quack wanted to sign me off work for a month. I told her this wasn't really an option as I wouldn't have a job to return to if I did this. She said, "They can't do that," which shows how much she knows about the precarious state of the job market. "I don't want to take the chance," I replied. Then she said, "I'm not going to prescribe opiates," which I hadn't even mentioned, let alone asked for. "I'm already on 100mg of methadone per day, prescribed by a specialist" I told her, something which I'd have thought would be displayed prominently in my medical notes, and after a few moments she said, "Oh yes, I see.... well it's anti-infammatories then!" and printed out the script. I asked why this was happening [the sciatica] and she said, "Middle-aged man, over 6 feet tall, manual job... you wouldn't believe the number of chaps I see in your situation...."

All well and good.... when I got to work that night, I told a workmate about the pills I'd been precribed. "Not Naproxen?? My God, those things nearly killed me!!"
It turns out he'd had a badly hurting elbow a few years back, been prescribed the pills and started taking them. After a few days he was extremely tired, bleeding from his rectum and was rushed to hospital with a perforated gut. He can never take anti-inflammatories ever again [not that he'd want to]. The quack never mentioned side-effects to me and sent me away with a month's supply!!!
Joe
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#2644 | Posted: 10 Oct 2012 21:30
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Planettraveller:
Dont know why Im bothering cos the rest of me is held together with elastic supports.If the elastic all snapped at same time there would just be a pile of bleeding bones and twigs on the floor.

The human body - what a bloody joke - "Made in Japan".
dreamkatcher
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#2645 | Posted: 10 Oct 2012 22:55
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Kozmik:
Naproxen 500mg/ twice daily.

http://www.everydayhealth.com/drugs/naproxen


I used to get 100 Paracetamol a year, just for days when back/legs really painful, but my GP refused to fill in repeat prescription for me. Said they were too costly. I* was livid... BUT
on news today its said to cause heart attacks/stroke, etc. He did me a favour. dk
dreamkatcher
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#2646 | Posted: 11 Oct 2012 16:22
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At long last....... so why do we need all of these invasive treatments/pay for research ? dk


http://cancerhelp.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer/treatment/complementary-alternati ve/therapies/essiac
zenrev
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#2647 | Posted: 13 Oct 2012 16:04
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yet another Naproxen horror story!!! my wife had a similar experience!!!
dreamkatcher
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#2648 | Posted: 19 Oct 2012 02:57
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dreamkatcher
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#2649 | Posted: 19 Oct 2012 03:15
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Dr. Joseph Mercola
DID YOU KNOW... that the herb ashwagandha can help fight the adverse effects of Alzheimer's disease? A study published in 2010 revealed that ashwaganda can help manage cell damage in the brain by providing more potent antioxidant protection than vitamins A, C, and E. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/04/07/ashwaganda-effect-on-al zheimers-disease.aspx?np=true
dreamkatcher
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#2650 | Posted: 21 Oct 2012 14:09
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dreamkatcher
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#2651 | Posted: 21 Oct 2012 14:24
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dreamkatcher
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#2652 | Posted: 21 Oct 2012 14:46
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dreamkatcher
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#2653 | Posted: 22 Oct 2012 13:52
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From Andrew Johnson's website. dk

http://www.checktheevidence.com/cms/
dreamkatcher
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#2654 | Posted: 22 Oct 2012 14:28
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If you sometimes have unexplainable pain in your joints and soft tissue, tenderness to the touch at various parts of your body that should not otherwise be tender, you might be experiencing Fibromyalgia.

Fibromyalgia might also be the cause of muscle fatigue, restlessness, sleep problems, a host of many other unexplained ailments. If you suspect at all that this may be the case you might want to view some important information.


Symptoms. Causes. Treatments.
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Fibromyalgia Overview
Fibromyalgia syndrome affects the muscles and soft tissue. Fibromyalgia symptoms include chronic pain in the muscles, fatigue, sleep problems, and painful tender points or trigger points at certain parts of the body. Fibromyalgia pain and other symptoms can be relieved through medications, lifestyle changes, stress management, and other Fibromyalgia treatment.


Symptoms & Types
Symptoms of Fibromyalgia come in many shapes and sizes -- and Fibromyalgia is often confused with other conditions. Learn all about Fibromyalgia symptoms and how to manage your symptoms effectively.

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Fibromyalgia and Fatigue
Chronic fatigue is common in people living with Fibromyalgia. Find out more about Fibromyalgia and fatigue, and learn how to manage this symptom so you can have an active life.

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problems are common with Fibromyalgia. Learn all about Fibromyalgia's sleep problems -- the different signs and symptoms -- and then find answers to get a good night's sleep.

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Diagnosis

Currently there are no diagnostic tests, such as x-rays or blood tests, to detect Fibromyalgia. The symptoms of Fibromyalgia may overlap with the symptoms of some other conditions. That is why Fibromyalgia is sometimes difficult for healthcare professionals to diagnose.

Some healthcare providers use certain guidelines to help make a diagnosis. According to guidelines set by the American College of Hematology, a person may have Fibromyalgia if he or she has had both:

Chronic widespread pain that affects the right and left sides of the body above and below the waist
And feels pain in at least 11 of 18 possible tender points (9 on one side of the body, 9 on the other) when light pressure is applied
Your healthcare provider may use these guidelines or other methods to make a diagnosis of Fibromyalgia.

Discuss all of your symptoms with your healthcare provider. Talk openly with him or her about what you are feeling and how your symptoms are affecting you. You can work together to create a plan that meets your individual needs and helps you manage your symptoms.
Joe
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#2655 | Posted: 31 Oct 2012 13:13
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Some may find this video interesting (below) about cancer and concerning.

"Cancer the Forbidden Cures - Full Documentary"
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