Also, I tested the original motor I started with a couple of months ago which makes the vibration noise Vs a new one I just started using a few days ago which had not been 'conditioned' and does not make the noise and there does not seem to be much difference in the magnetic field generated. If I understand Gristy56 correctly, the noise appears to be more of an aid to indicate where the magnetic particles are concentrated does not seem to affect the effectiveness of the device. Gristy56, can you confirm this please?
I also wanted to add that in some ways my overall condition continues to improve and the issues that have improved/disappeared have not returned.
The level of my pain had dropped dramatically. Also, the frequency that I am experiencing pain has also lessened substantially. This started improving a few weeks after I started using the device. The change has been gradual over the past couple of months. I rarely have pain during the day at this point. Minimal pain at night - nerve pain typically comes out at night. I suffered terribly for years! Not so much any more. My sleep has improved because of these improvements, only having to get up once a night for the past week or so compared to 4-6 times per night for the past few years (EVERY SINGLE NIGHT) before starting the use of this device.
Needless to say I am a believer!
What has not improved is my level of disability - it is not terrible, never was, but has not improved/changed at all. I am keeping my fingers crossed!
Too soon at this point to know if these improvements are permanent - I can only hope and give it more time. I will have a better idea in a few weeks.
As I write, I am chelating more and more of the magnetite each day and seeing MS symptoms lessen. There is not much 'noise' produced anywhere by the Desatascador. If I try to test urine as before, there is no wah-wah sound now, only a slight 'ghosting' of the original sound. I still have some difficulty in starting the flow but this is improving because the inside of the bladder and urinay tract is less 'furred up' with magnetite, so to speak.
According to a previous post by Gristy56:
"Because you are moving magnetite from one part of the body to another, you can expect 'nerve pain'. This is, in my case, muscle spasms or cramp or both! at the same time! Bear it, if you can. It is only a phase in the healing process."
My nerve pain has diminished tremendously.
It is probably a good idea to take a short break and then slowly reintroduce the Desatascador again when you feel a bit more comfortable.
Ultimately, if what you are experiencing and it is part of the healing process, it is good news for you!
It seems to me that the Desatascador is doing something but Maybe not what I want it to do. I'll give it another try but I'm going to use it early in the day, well before bedtime and see if that helps.
In answer to Elliot's question I've been using it in about the same manner Elliot used in his video. I used it maybe 5 or 6 times a day. I also ran it over the top of my head.
I have 3 criteria for deciding what treatments I'm willing to try:
1) It has to make sense. There has to be a reason for believing it might help.
2) It can't be something that might kill me or make me worse. ( So Cobra venom therapy is out)
3) The cost has to be reasonable.
Elliot and Gristy have given me enough reason to think it helped them so criteria number 1 is met.
At ten bucks the cost criteria is also met.
But the second criteria is the one I'm not sure about. Those spasms are real nasty. What if it caused those to become permanent?
Note how easy it is then to do a straight leg raise!
Be careful not to roll on the device or you'll break it!
Make sure you are chelating, not just degaussing or improvement will be hindered more!
I know it is hard to believe that this works, but for under $10 and a little bit of time, what do you have to loose? There really is no down side. And what if Gristy56 is right? After all, he may be!
I have asked others to try this device so we can help determine if this really works or not as a one or two person trial is really not representative.
Magnetic products are a big business! And are thought to offer many health benefits.
Remember those magnetic bracelets that were popular just a few years ago that made all kinds or health promises? Check this site out:
https://www.promagnet.com/?gclid=Cj0KCQ ... x7EALw_wcB
My point is simply that it is possible that this device really works. Who knows! But unless you try it, you won't know. The only thing predictable about MS is that it is not predictable. As someone here once said, it takes everything you have and then comes back for more. I for one am not taking any chances, and am willing to try just about anything that isn't known to be harmful. So really, what does anyone who tries this have to loose? If it doesn't work for you, you can just stop using it. And you will be out all of $10. On the other hand, it may be the best $10 you have ever spent!
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