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 August 28, 2010 11:48 PM

Arthritis Products

http://www.arthritissupplies.com/

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 August 29, 2009 3:24 PM

Magnesium Direct

http://www.magnesiumdirect.com/fibromyalgia.aspx?gclid=CM_fre3mkpwCFQq3sgodTFzTdA

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 July 29, 2009 9:56 PM

Heavenly Heat

Organic Moist Heat Rice and Corn Packs

http://www.heavenlyheat.com/

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 July 16, 2009 8:27 AM

Heating Clay Sheets

http://www.fangocur.com/index_136_136__100000003422_2_0__.html

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 June 27, 2008 4:04 PM

Ankle and Foot pain products

http://www.footamerica.com/

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 June 11, 2008 7:30 AM

Relief Mart offers many products to aid in relief for many conditions.

I have not yet ordered anything from them, so I can not attest to their quality, but I have seen a few products that I plan to order soon.

http://www.reliefmart.com/

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anonymous  December 27, 2007 5:36 AM

This body shawl was recommened to me from a friend who has a Fibro group. It is supposed to be great for pain relief & many in the group are using them.

I also found many other items at this same website...products, vitamins, herbs, etc...

http://www.luckyvitamin.com/630310123641.html

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anonymous  November 25, 2007 7:37 PM


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Group History natural alternative without medications? October 31, 2007 4:39 PM

For what it's worth, here are two websites that I've heard incredible testimonies from many people who suffer from chronic pain and other health conditions. The sites are:          www.trilogycafe.com  and www.eniva.com.  There are weekly calls as well if anyone is interested in learning more and hearing testimonies. Just in case you're wondering, I don't sell these products or have any association with these companies in any way. I just believe the products are very beneficial and I just want to pass the info on to anyone who may be intertested.

Take care.

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 November 03, 2007 8:37 AM

Hi Faith I go to my surgeon monthly for check ups, he says im ok, gave me ladicome(sp) patches for the swelling hurting areas, says it takes time to heal, I hope hes right, cause it does help with the pain I was having just gave me new pain. doesnt get rid of the pain tho but a little help is better then non .  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
 
 November 02, 2007 9:17 AM

I love my tens unit! True it fools the brain, but who cares, it works! A friend of mine has Parkinsons and has the implanted unit, she love it just as much as the tens unit. I would be going back to the doctor about the problems you are having Debbie, my friend says that doesn't sound right to her. True healing takes time but this sounds like more than just that.

Gentle hugs everyone

Faith

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 November 01, 2007 1:54 PM

oh they were going to do that to me ten years ago!  i was going to be a guinea pig as it was a - somewhat - new technology at the time.  but i was thirteen, hated my doctors, and the last thing i wanted was someone cutting open my spine. 

i'm unpacking boxes (we just moved)  and i found my old TENS unit.  i'm debating giving it another chance.  i'm just not a big fan of all those cords and equiptment...  seems like it's just drawing more attention to a problem i'd rather ignore! 

man, i dunno. 

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 November 01, 2007 9:50 AM

I have a tens unit, it only helps while its on me. so they implanted somehting simular to it in my body, into my spinal cord, its helps somewhat, its called a stimulater, it works with a remote control. but the place they took out a piece of my bone in my upper back swells up now and hurts, and the place they put the box at (upper butt left side) swells and hurts so it added new pains to the old LOL sighs but I can turn it on any time, leave it on as long as I like, but it doesnt make me pain free, and I still have very bad days. they had tried a practice one (didnt implant the box) and that worked really good, but this permanent one isnt helping as much, maybe I still need more time to heal (the operation was august 6th)
but a regular tens unit only helped me while it was on me, mainly its just tricking your brain (both things) you feel the tingling and your brain makes you feel that and not ass much the pain, if that makes any sence lol.
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 October 31, 2007 8:03 AM

has anyone had any luck with a TENS unit?  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
 
anonymous Products October 17, 2007 4:31 AM

Please place any products here that may aid in the relief for chronic pain sufferers..

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