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The Magic of Magnesium

Dr. Collins writes an excellent paper on the importance of magnesium in our diet. This is especially important for those of us with connective tissue disorders such as Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Dr. Diana summarizes key points in her paper and offers her thoughts. A MUST SEE! http://prettyill.com/downloads/Magnesium_and_EDS_by_Heidi_Collins,_MD.pdf

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I have heard many with eds say that magnesium makes their joints way to lazed…which is already a problem with eds. What do you think? Do you feel that way? Thx

What would be a good dosage to start off with?

My family has six generations of eds and continuing .I am waiting for genetic testing results from the University of Wa. it has been seven months does any one know how long this takes I want to know what type I have no one in my family has been typed. my mother had a aortic aneurism so I am very scared for myself and my daughter and 3 grandchildren hope someone can get back to me

Does one need to take calcium with magnesium?

FYI there is more than one type of EDS. You keep referring to EDS as simply hyper mobility.. There is also classic type and vascular type. My rheumatologist totally downplayed my EDS diagnosis and said “oh yeah you are hyper mobile”.  Well, I have two types of EDS per dr Francomano in Md .  I have both classic and hyper mobile. Of course you are aware that EDS is chronic pain, exercise intolerance, correlated to dysautonomia , collagen issues etc.  I personally feel that even the specialists need education in EDS and calling it hyper mobility is doing a disservice to helping educate the professionals as well as lay persons.please yes correct medical terminology.

FYI there is more than one type of EDS. You keep referring to EDS as simply hyper mobility.. There is also classic type and vascular type. My rheumatologist totally downplayed my EDS diagnosis and said “oh yeah you are hyper mobile”.  Well, I have two types of EDS per dr Francomano in Md .  I have both classic and hyper mobile. Of course you are aware that EDS is chronic pain, exercise intolerance, correlated to dysautonomia , collagen issues etc.  I personally feel that even the specialists need education in EDS and calling it hyper mobility is doing a disservice to helping educate the professionals as well as lay persons.please use correct medical terminology.

I tend to agree that Magnesium makes the joints weaker and lazy.
Be careful as it can relax everything. Too much of a good thing.

I want to share in case this helps someone else. I have tried different magnesium products for years and could never tolerate any of them. I finally found one that gives me no adverse side effects and is helping me quite a bit. It is called Magnesium Buffered Chelate (or Magnesium Glycinate Chelate) by Albion Laboratories (very good brand).

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