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My mom is Rx for diabetes, blood pressure, and depression. metformin, benicar, and celexa. she keeps thinking instaflex and brain nrg will help her...

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She really should stop both of these supplements. The first ingredient in Brain NRG is fuctose, a sugar. In...

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I have developed a severe pain in my left hip at first I thought it was psyciacia but after three weeks of pain medicine and taking it easy it has...

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Hip joint arthritis or aseptic necrosis of head of thigh bone - to rule out

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I have gone...

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ive recently had mri of right shoulder findings are osteoarthosis of ac jointalso fluid in subacromial subeltoid bursa and bursal tering involving...

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A-C Joint arthritis is a very painful condition. Conservative t/t often bear no fruit & best can be treated with Arthroscopic debridement. Bursal...

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painful and stiffness on right elbow. have used heating pad on elbow, but continued pain. thinks he slept on it wrong the night before..

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I get a shooting pain in my jaw and right ear when I bite something or drink something cold

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For joint pain, what about. Flexitinol

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My mom is Rx for diabetes, blood pressure, and depression. metformin, benicar, and celexa. she keeps thinking instaflex and brain nrg will help her...

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Hello Dr., I am suffering back pain problem in last 3 years . I hereby writing down in my mri scan report. 1.Left paracentral disc extrusion seen...

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ive recently had mri of right shoulder findings are osteoarthosis of ac jointalso fluid in subacromial subeltoid bursa and bursal tering involving...

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