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Chronic pain, fibermalgia, permanent nerve damage from herniated disc, not fixed with surgery. Have scoliocis, depression. Cure?

I have been in chronic pain for about 8 years. I have fibermalgia, permenant nerve damage from herniated disc that had surgery on but never fixed. Medicines act differently with me than most people. I also have scoliocis. Nothing the pain clinic in Staunton, Virginia has helped me. I would like to try this if it could help. I have also had mental depression issues. you name it, I have it.
Asked On : Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really understand your problems, you just hold it every thing will be fine with time, you better have strong will power, for to fight against every health problem you have, do not think that you are the only patient going through this, there are numbers of such patient those are facing the same problems, but certains are doing very nice among them, without any medicine,, why because of their strong will,, so why do not you have it, have good day.
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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