ok just to start my spelling is not want it use to bethey tell me that i have had ms for along time i have been on cxpaone for a year or so i dont feel any better so i still take my meds but for the last 2 weeks i gave up all dariy beef sugar wheat etc now i eat only fruits veg i take 10,000 d3 400zinc 1000 l-lysine i feel so much better i can stay awake all day no more speed go to www.getmshelpnow.com let me know how you make out irene ma south of bostonView Thread
yes its the beef!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i stop eating beef and i feel so good i miss my beef but i cant tellyou how good i feel i have not had beef for 2 weeks and NO Dairy either its hard i only eat fish fruits and veg i just got tired of feeling tired pain not be able to walk etc its only been 2 weeks now but i see and feel the dif i can stay awake all day and for me thats great its better than have to take speed which i didnot like there is other things you will want to do like take 10,000 d3 and 400 zinc 1000 l-lysine i have been going to www.getmshelphnow.com its helping like i said i can stay awake with no drugsView Thread
went to the mail box today!!!!!!!!! i just got my 1st check from ssdi i was thinking this was going to take 2 yrs it only took 4 months. but what i dont understand is why didnt i get a letter from ssdi telling me more info well im glad i work all my life to be able to getthis check every monthView Thread
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