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Muscle Spasms/Joint Pain

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  • Posted By: Jonlsn
  • September 1, 2007
  • 06:25 PM

My husband has muscle spasms. We have been trying to find out what is wrong for a few years now. The symptoms: the muscles can move like snakes under the skin. Sometimes, when he is asleep, a group of muscles will start to ***k hard. It can be the muscles between the elbow and wrist, the next might be that his legs will twitch, or his back will spasm. Pain moves about in the same way. He has varying stiffness, completely random. He can feel the tremors start inside. He has no appetite; either the food's texture is wrong and it is unappetizing, or he is nauseated. When he gets up in the morning, his knees won't work, and he duck-walks to the bathroom. It is often hard to start urinary flow. His right leg and left shoulder hurt bad, feet numb. He spends most days going from bed to sofa and back, he's too ill to do anything else. This is a man who loves to work. We live in a very small town where it is hard to find a good physician. The specialists we have are good, but have an extremely narrow field of specialization. If anyone has any ideas, please help!

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  • I have a great idea!! Find a local NAET/Bioset practicioner and take your husband. I had severe CFS/FM and was having severe muscle spasms too. My back, thighs and calves mostly. My Potassium level was fine. Not even a specialist could figure it all out. I found a woman in this forum who suggested I try NAET/Bioset. She had my symptoms and she said it worked for her. I searched locally, found a practicioner and after just 6 sessions, my symptoms are resolved. Even my doctor is impressed. He contacted the Bioset practicioner for information on this form of accupressure. He was VERY impressed with the results. Even my bloodwork changed for the better when he drew my labs. Miraculous!! Find a practicioner and tell your husband that if he wants his life back and wants to go back to work, go to NAET/Bioset. it is the only option at this time. Western med does not have a handle on all of this...as I'm sure I don't need to convince you of that!! best regards, mommy cat naet.combioset.net there are testimonial stories that are unbelieveable...I know, I am one of them!!:D
    mommy cat 1654 Replies
    • September 3, 2007
    • 06:14 PM
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  • "Neural hyperexcitability due to acute hypocalcemia (too little calcium in the blood) causes smooth and skeletal muscle contractions." Time to visit the doctor and get some lab work done. (electrolytes, calcium, magnesium etc.)
    rad-skw 1605 Replies
    • September 4, 2007
    • 10:32 AM
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