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Postby HarryZ » Thu Apr 21, 2011 1:41 pm

stillfighting wrote:Well your first mistake was assuming that the prokarin had not worked because of MY mistake in diet and lifestyle changes.
Now goodbye Harry................. please goodbye. I may be too closed minded for you. I am open minded enough for myself and here too


Wow, wait a minute...I didn't assume you made any mistake with Prokarin or any medication. I was simply pointing out that using Prokarin or any medication when it came to MS required a comprehensive overall regiment of care along with the medication. It's too bad that you took that comment as a criticism of yourself because it was certainly not intended. I've been around long enough to know that everyone is different when it comes to fighting MS and what works for one may be totally ineffective for the next person.

It is sad to see someone like yourself become irritated over comments without asking for a clarification of what the intention may have been. That situation can lead to misunderstandings quickly and that appears to have happened here. Have a nice day.

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Postby stillfighting » Thu Apr 21, 2011 2:57 pm

I am anything but sad........what is sad is that many spend a small fortune on this treatment.. then were told.......they needed to change their diet to make it work.. .. OOPS there just went about 200 dollars a month..
Now lets move on and quit nit picking over words......It's my opinion Prokarin is crock of crap...
MY opinion... I will keep it as my opinion..........
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Postby HarryZ » Thu Apr 21, 2011 6:46 pm

stillfighting wrote:I am anything but sad........what is sad is that many spend a small fortune on this treatment.. then were told.......they needed to change their diet to make it work.. .. OOPS there just went about 200 dollars a month..
Now lets move on and quit nit picking over words......It's my opinion Prokarin is crock of crap...
MY opinion... I will keep it as my opinion..........


Hmmm, I didn't say you were sad...I said that it was sad to see you get so irritated over this thread. No wonder you are misunderstanding what I'm trying to say!

You are entitled to your opinion about Prokarin. My wife and I know of others who had a totally different experience in how this drug worked for them. For my wife, it brought an improved quality of life to her for a number of years. And she had SPMS.

MS medications can cost $ 2000-$ 6000 a month, give you horrible side effects and end up not working at all. Prokarin at $ 200/mo is a small fortune??!! Hmmm. Currently a new Prokarin user can try the drug for a month, free of charge. The patient will know within a few weeks if the drug is going to do anything for him/ her. If it helps, great...if it does nothing there are no side effects and the person is out $ 20.00 for the shipping charges. And you don't NEED to change your diet to have any benefits from it. A dietary change does help (as experienced by several MS patients who haven't even heard of Prokarin) Sure doesn't sound like a load of crap to me!

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