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Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS)

I was diagnosed with MS while in my early 20's, and am now 54.

Right from the beginning I had trouble with my arms fatigueing immediately if I held them above my head.
Also had outer fingers turning snow white or dark blue, and had to run hot water over them to remedy it.
My arms, particularly hands, would go to sleep/numb when I was in bed.

Both GP & Neuro said it was an ...
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Bananas and salt

I really am not sure where this question belongs; diet or natural cures... But well; a natural approach most likely means a diet; at least in my understanding... But to the point:

As I suffered for the last 2 months of "sudden diarrhea" (I would not have any feces for 4~5 days then get a sudden bloat in my intestines and it will urgently flows ... Well, no need to enter the details) probably due ...
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gersun therapy

Has anyone heard about the gersun therapy or tried the gersun therapy for ms?
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Natural Approach and ...

Hello everyone.

I'm new to the forum. My name is Amber and I was dx in 2007, although I had been feeling off for at least 2 years before that. I have not taken any DMD's at all. I am unfortunate enough to be very very sensitive to drugs and I'm allergic to a whole host of medicines. From what I have went through I'd say so far it's all been mild(except the fatigue..right? Yes) ...
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Vitamins May Increase Women's Risk of Dying

There is a lot of discussion on here about vitamin and supplements so I though this recent study was very applicable to this forum.

http://news.yahoo.com/vitamins-may-incr ... 02256.html
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Diet supplements/older women

The following article appeared on ABC news tonight:

http://abcnews.go.com/Health/diet-suppl ... d=14706684

I found the following paragraphs especially interesting:

The study looked at more than 38,000 women age 55 and older who participated in the Iowa Women's Health Study since the mid-1980s. The researchers found that when it came to reducing the risk of death, most supplements had no effect on women's health.

In fact, women who took certain kinds ...
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MS AND EMOTION

This is to share what I have been told by the doctor as well about MS

I have been suffering from it for the past year. on top of what we all know about it Dr explained that my emotional health is part of it.
Apparently I went through an extremely sad period of my life last year,
Where I lost confidence and hope in people. During this time i lost a massive amount of ...
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Advanced Cell Training

Does anyone have any experience (or know anyone who does) with Advanced Cell Training (ACT) ?
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Free Health Documentries

Greetings everyone (my 2nd post here). :D

I am a alternative health worker and would like to share with you a selection of free to view health documentries:

http://www.journeyoflife.me/apps/videos/

The film on there called Dying To Have Known is definitely a must see, many of the others are just as fascinating and I believe will help many of you in your search for a more natural ...
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Benfotiamine?

Has anyone tried benfotiamine for neuropathic pain related to MS? It's a synthetic version of thiamine (vitamin B1) and it's supposed to be helpful for diabetic neuropathies.

http://www.peoplespharmacy.com/2011/07/ ... erve-pain/


NHE
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