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[IP] Re: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome/Vitamin B
I've been off-line for about a week and a half. Problems with low blood
pressure (hospitalized) and the internet. Managed to lose all mail
previous to yesterday's; and I was unable to send mail until
yesterday. My blood pressure isn't fixed but hopefully my internet
Laura and Chance asked about CTS/Vit B and their e-mails disappeared.
In case there are others who sent e mails, now circulating in cyber
space, I'm sending this info for our entire list.
Prior to my son's birth ( almost 13 years ago) and pre-surgery ( after
his birth) I used the best mega-B complex I could find, at the time. I
found "the pill" that covered all the Bs and had mega doses. I then
started with the recommended daily dose; stuck to it for 5 days;
monitored the action. I then increased the dose, gradually, and
continued my monitoring pattern until my hands/fingers were no longer
continually numb. During this"figuring out" period I also used wrist
braces - I believe they were integral to the success of my treatment.
I do not recall big, big increases in Vit.B complex. I followed my Vit
B regime, very successfully, for 13 or 14 years. I used my wrist
braces, occasionally, if needed. I stopped when I was pregnant with my
son ( at age 40)and when I was breast feeding (2 years) so the surgery
was a necessity.
Now I follow Dr. Julian Whitaker's recommended diabetic supplements plus
Co-enzyme Q-10. Whitaker has made my pill popping much easier than it
used to be. He has really simplified the process by combining
supplements in the doses I need. His website is <drwhitaker.com>.
I also found Whitaker's book "Reversing Diabetes" inspiring enough to
make a trip to his "Wellness Institute" in 1996. Best, most complete,
physical examination and relevant educational sessions I've ever had.
Very useful for me.
Hope this helps.
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