NEW STUDY! Parasym Plus™ for Multiple Sclerosis › Forums › PrettyIll.com Discussion › The Latest Research › Parasym Plus etc. – Could these supplements be for me? › Reply To: Parasym Plus etc. – Could these supplements be for me?
I just printed the brochure yesterday. My husband went and got the zantac/Zyrtec. Will start out slow. Everything effects me poorly. Approximately 2 years ago i had a neck/back of head injury. Before this I was in excellent health, still running 4 times a week, light weight training and very active. Ended up with spinal fusion and everything went down hill from there. He damaged my thoracic nerve. Scapular dropped within days of the surgery. PT made it worse. The episodes began after therapist did manual traction on my neck. Started out at night a couple hours after i went to sleep and progressed from there. Always have the bowel episodes right after the shaking stopped. Had a upright mri that showed ligament damage in occipital area along with ligament damage in C!/C2. Suggested prolotherapy. I Feel like my nerves are more entrapped from these injections. Doc was very knowledgeable about ANS issues so we continued on with him for longer than we should of. I found a DO near me that knows about dysautonomia and has tried out many drugs on me. Always bad reaction. I did have the blood clotting tests done but I’ll have to look back to see if they covered what you suggested. I’ve had lots of lab work done in this last year all ok except for vit D which I have since gotten my number to 68. Last but not least the new DO did test for autoimmune and I had ssa 1.2 for sjogrens. Ssb no, ana no. No real symptoms other than a little dry but I cry tears and have actually tooo much saliva sometimes??? I’m 58 so doesn’t seem a far stretch to be a little dry. That’s my very shortened version of my miserable last 2 years. So just to be clear you wouldn’t recommend i start the parasym until I get to Texas? As far as the sjogrens the doctor didn’t seem to worked up with this low count and little symptoms.