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I have constant uti and fibromyalgia and i haven't...

  • I have constant uti and fibromyalgia and i haven't. had a bad flare up until now i just finished a round of macrobid and. still have the uti and still hurting from the fibromyalgia. I know i have to take the antibiotics and just hurt i guess. any opinions to help with the pain for fibromyalgia.

    Post created 4 months 2 weeks ago

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  • It may be that you have Lyme

    It may be that you have Lyme Disease. Antibiotics become ineffective in the end for this and you have to treat holistically in the end. Fybro and UTI are classic symptoms for Lyme, especially together and include food intollerences especially to gluten, wheat & sugary things! Try to keep your diet alkaline. Try L-Glutamine and Alkaclear to keep alkaline and take Cysticlean for the bladder and go onto Jernigan Neutraceuticals web site and see if you can get the Lyme Protocol-give them a ring. Borrelogen, Microbogen CNS PNS and Muscular Skeletal Detox. Take supplements for Candida.Treat Candida as well as Yeast. Get back in touch if you want more info. Take pro biotics. Jane Broadhead UK

    4 months 2 weeks ago

  • I dont know how old you are

    I dont know how old you are but if you are already through menopause you should be taking vagifem on regular basis- also no oral sex ever and no alcohol for a while. Write to me again and I will give you more info

    4 months 2 weeks ago

  • Research google on

    Research google on fibromyalgia and connection with eating foods with gluten in it. It might help.

    4 months 2 weeks ago

  • Read thishttps://plus.google

    Read this
    https://plus.google.com/111974657968636573776/posts/SjYq95bkrMG
    Dr Hana Fayyad, pediatrician

    (Maria Jasmine Freeman, author of The Cross Of Menopause-Immolation🔥🔥🔥)

    4 months 2 weeks ago

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