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Old 12-04-2022, 06:19 PM #21
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I need to get off but fear way too late. There is a pattern of abuse there, legal action? But before it could be settled, I would be long gone. I do know they are trying to shut me up. They will have to kill to shut me up, and nearly have already with the drugs.
But I won't give up the fight...
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Ok, I'm sorry it's so hard.
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They will rarely admit a mistake due to possible legal actions.
If getting drs to admit those types of things is your main focus, it probably is a losing battle. It would be very hard for anyone to definitely say X med caused your condition and nothing else was a factor.

You can decide if and what you want to take.
There are some good MDs, DOs ect, but takes work and luck to find them.
How long have you been taking statins and which one/s?
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Atorvastatin, Lovastatin, Pravastatin, Simvastatin. For over 20 years. I went to well respected nerve damage specialist back east. He said stay on a Statin. He suggested Topamax could reverse some damage in early stages . Also Borage oil. ALA but not much helped. Then a few years ago, it started getting very progressive. Now I know why, IMHO...
I really can't go back to my HMO, but still need medical care. Too weak to launch a health care move. It just seems that my life was wasted on trying to get help while everyone just about said stay on a Statin. But I had a really good life...
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Hello,

I have a new doctor. Perhaps a little better, but it seems that the doctors just look at the old notes and repeat the false, misleading and often dangerous information. The new doctor say 100 percent diabetes and that muscle is the most common side effect of Statins. Or Fibromyalgia, but not the medications, or whatever they think I will believe. But medications can have more than one side effect. Also a statement was made that your B12 is fine so a deficiency from Metformin could not be the cause. That would be like me saying that diabetes had nothing to do with it since my blood sugar is in control now. I think a combination of things is more probable. That's all for now...

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Hello,
Whatever I have and whatever caused it, it does not feel survivable now.
Severe body pains with numbness setting in all over, including the head.
I also feel like I have some inner ear issues and pain in the ear.
I really have tried so hard and for so long, but I have done something wrong for a long while.
Also inflammatory foods. Bell Peppers, Curry, Tomatoes , Tomatillos, Eggplant, Sugar Free Peanut Butter.
That is almost my recipe for Chicken Curry, not Peanut Butter.

Thank you...
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I just hope you have a family member or friend close by that you trust who can offer support or just be there to listen.

If you need help at home maybe make contact with a social worker or home care specialist. I don't live over there so don't know what is available for you.

I'm sorry you are in so much pain.
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Yes, looking into all that now. I have someone coming to clean soon. Thank you, Lara
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