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Old 06-03-2017, 07:13 PM   #1
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I was recently diagnosed with several Tarlov cysts on my spine. I am confused because I read that they thrive in an acidic diet, then recently I read the opposite that they thrive in an alkaline diet. Does anyone know which ph is best. Also, has anyone had any luck with L-tyrosine?

Also, my right foot had been in pain with any long walking, exercise in general. Trying so hard to stay in shape but seems hopeless anymore. Neurologist said not connected, but I am really starting to wonder if connected to the cysts. I am 65 years old and just found out when I went for an mri for constant sciatica. Pain mostly below my waist and leg and feel lopsided. Heel pain cramp in same right side foot.

Any advice, similar experiences appreciated.
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Old 06-03-2017, 08:51 PM   #2
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Hello jersergurl: I'm sorry I cannot be of assistance with regard to your concerns. However I noticed this is your first post here on NT. So I simply wanted to say welcome to NeuroTalk! There are so many knowledgeable & caring members here. I trust you will find the time you spend here to be of benefit. My best wishes to you.
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