1. PJ PJ United States says:

    This article interests me, but the point escapes me. If I have chronic pain related to fibromyalgia and I also have low potassium levels being treated by taking prescription tablets daily, is this what I should be doing? I have several medical conditions being treated and try to keep a close eye on all of them as my father, a WWII Pharmacist's Mate First Class taught me to be as aware as I can be on all my ailments and treatments. I also have osteoarthritis and degenerative disc disease and essential tremors. So far I do not display any neuropathy which is wonderful. I do have another condition which I am not certain I can spell right now, hypogammaglobunemia, I hope that is close enough for you to know what I mean. Any ideas for that which might be helpful, I would appreciate. Thank you.  Oh and I am a young 61 year old, already considered disabled.

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