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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 1, 2008
  • 11:19 AM

Could anyone help me? I am 25 years old and it's 10 years now since I've been trying to find out what is my illness. I have 41 kilos and the doctors blame it on me although I eat without stopping. I have tried to find a cure myself. The problem are my bones. They r very thin and sensitive and for 10 years now I fell weak and without force. I found recently the ch-OSA treatment based on Silicon (THE IMPORTANCE OF SILICON IN MAINTAINING BONE HEALTH) over the Internet. The problem is I went to several doctors which treated me very badly. I was even hospitalized where the doctors have run some wrong tests on me which proved that had nothing. Recently I had a DEXA radiology examination which showed that I have Osteopenia (Fracture Risk Increased: Left Hip) but still they told me I was fine. No treatment for me although I can't walk long distances due to the weakness I feel and to the bone pain. They told me I need psychiatric help and I have some disorders which have nothing to do with me. They invented things about me.
Therefore I am asking any doctor who could help me... What should I do? If I need the ch-OSA treatment, I really need the examination of a serious doctor who could prescribe me the right doses. But where can I find such a doctor when they can't even establish the right diagnosis?
I hope someone can help me with this problem of mine that has stopped from having a normal life recently.

Thank you very much.

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