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February 22, 2016 at 7:02 pm in reply to: Guidance on symptoms requested & problems purchasing ParaSym #5889JuniperParticipant
Thanks again Dr. Diana. I can’t get started on the Parasym Plus, as I can’t afford it until I start working again or come across some other source of funding. I wasn’t aware what our currency had done in relation to the $US over the last year until I went to pay for it! One bottle plus postage is now over half my weekly welfare payment.
The Pancreatic enzymes are within my reach and I’m wondering what’s in them? I have multiple intolerances and have read that certain strains of probiotics worsen histamine intolerance. I’ve tried to find info on the VNS site but can’t find a list of ingredients. I just want to make sure before I invest.
I also wanted to ask whether SAMe can help with Vagus Nerve function and/or low acetylcholine levels. I’ve just found a new doctor who agrees that my digstive issues and chronic fatigue are linked to autonomic nerve dysfuction and she has suggested I take SAMe. I’ve been titrating the dose up for the last 3 weeks and just took 400mg this morning for the first time. It has stopped my headaches and my body hurts a lot less too. I’m still exhausted however, and my digestion is no better. She suggested Pancreatic enzymes instead of the HCL & Pepsin I’d been taking, so I’m very interested in the VNS ones. Your guidance would be most appreciated. Thank you.January 22, 2016 at 1:56 am in reply to: Guidance on symptoms requested & problems purchasing ParaSym #5807JuniperParticipant
Thank you very much for your kind reply. I emailed the contact you gave me and hope to be trialing your supplement soon. I do plan to buy the book, but this week am buying the Parasym Plus, so will have to wait a bit.
In the meantime, are you able to shed any light on the extraordinarily strong pulse in my abdomen? It’s not just after eating. It’s often strong first thing in the morning. It runs in a line down the center of my belly from just below my stomach up to and including my belly button, and when pressed it makes the hand of the person pressing it jump it’s so strong. Could this be inflammation or a blockage of the Vagus nerve? A friend of mine who was a massage therapist & now works as a midwife says she has never seen anything like it and she’s touched a lot of tummies.
Thank you again & I can’t wait to get your book. I want to give it to my doctor when I’ve finished reading it!