To Reverse Your Fibro You Must Do This

If You Want to Reverse Your Fibromyalgia You Must Correct This Major Health Problem.  Please join me for my First Tuesday of the Month Treating and Beating Fibromyalgia Teleconference:

  Dial-in  Number:   1-218-936-4141
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  Date & Time: Tues., 12/04/2012   7pm  cst

 

I’ll be discussing the number three thing you must do in order to have a chance to reverse your fibromyalgia symptoms. Correct this life draining, health robbing problem and watch 30-40% of your symptoms disappear.

By the way, I discussed the number one must important thing you must do to reverse your fibromyalgia symptoms on October’s First Tuesday of the Month call.  You can watch a free video that goes into detail about the call by supplying your email, HERE.

I went over the second most important thing you must do in my November call.

I look forward to you joining me this coming Tuesday, December 4th.

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Did you decide on your “why?”

If you missed my blog article on finding your “why” to beat fibro, then please go here to read this thought provoking article.
Dr. Rodger Murphree
205-879-2383
www.TreatingandBeating.com

14 replies
  1. Roula Abi Hanna
    Roula Abi Hanna says:

    Dear Doc, I have fibromyalgia and know it now!.. it must have been more then 7 to 8 years… i live in Lebanon (middle east) and i have looked in the bookstores and couldnt find your books here, though my doctor told me not to read nor search online for infos since i have GAD and very anxious type… the thing i am intersted in to know if there is anything i can do to help and improve the symptoms, added to the medication, in order to have a close to normal lifestyle… PS: i have read your chapter 4 posted online: i think i am type A and B in your “configuration”!…
    thank you for your time
    Regards
    Roula

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  2. brenda
    brenda says:

    i have had fibro for the last 20+ years, i struggle daily with aches and pains, mood swings, and recently weight gain, i have tried all sorts of supplements and herbs over the years, my pain changes areas about every 3 months or so, right now it is staying in the left shoulder and arm. People say pain in the left arm is a sign of a heart attack, in my case i have that sign daily. When the pain is in my hips, it makes it hard to walk. Even tho the pain moves around, most of the time when i sit for a while, it is hard for me to start walking, then it will gradually works out, i force myself to walk normally, so it is not noticeable. i work as a graphic designer, so i sit at lot at my computer.
    I have been told by doctor’s that i just have to live with the pain, exercise, watch what i eat, use a hot tub, and all that, i have suffered with fibro for the last 20+ years and it looks like i will suffer till God takes me home.

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    • Dr. Rodger Murphree & Team
      Dr. Rodger Murphree & Team says:

      Brenda sorry to read about your struggles, fibro can be a real beast! You can feel good again-I’ve been fortunate to help hundreds of fibro patients over the years, it can be beat. Don’t give up.

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  3. Pamela Roblyer
    Pamela Roblyer says:

    Dr.Murphree, I have systemic lupus erythematosus, gout, and fibromyalgia to start for starters plus spinal stenosis and sciatica. Where do you suggest I start???

    Pam

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    • Dr. Rodger Murphree & Team
      Dr. Rodger Murphree & Team says:

      Wow! So sorry to read about your struggles. There is no “magic wand or pill or therapy” you’ll need to work with doctor who will do detective work and figure out what are the triggers causing your autoimmune problems. I do phone consults and happy to help if needed. 205-879-2383

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    greenia louida jeans says:

    Thank you so much for the lower consult price . I pray there are appointments left. I have been down with my stomach adhesions so they tell me. I m recovering from my second neck surgery, fusion c 4 to c7, second time in 3 years . The first time it did not fuse as they found my lumbar fusion did not take also, next surgery coming up. Look forward to wellness.

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  5. Sonja Hill
    Sonja Hill says:

    Dr Murphree,
    I have just been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and the symptons that I have been experiencing I can find no help for it whatsoever. I have pain in both shoulders, wrist and complete hands. Both hips and both knees and ankles and feet. The worst part of the pain is the on going problem with numbness, tingling, burning, pins and needles and feeling like the nerves are right on top of the inside palms of my hands. I’ve used medication, heat, ice, tried pain management and to no avail. I am going crazy from this and it keeps me up at all hours of the night. If I get two hours of sleep I’ve done good. I do not sleep during the day and cannot go to sleep before 9-10 and sometimes it is later than that. Do you think you can help me?

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    • Dr. Rodger Murphree & Team
      Dr. Rodger Murphree & Team says:

      Sonja so so sorry to read about your health challenges. I totally understand your frustration. Restoring deep restorative sleep is the first thing that needs to be done but yes I believe I can help you-your problems are not unlike most of my fibro patients. Please call clinic 205-879-2383 and they’ll be glad to answer questions and set up a phone consult.

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  6. therese
    therese says:

    i was told yrs ago i have fybro the pain has put me in a wheelchair an i find less reasons to go on it never stops always pain pain an more pain .i’m 55 now i started sleeping almost all day my dreams are about PAIN i don’t take narcotics for the pain cause i’m Bi-polar type1.i tried other meds to no aveil i’m desperate i want to live but not like this.i use to paint,garden ,raise chickens,an i have a wood shop i love building things. but slowly but surely they were fazed out i now watch tv sleep ect.. i want to live but this is not living HELP!!!!!!!!

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  7. Joyce I Benedict
    Joyce I Benedict says:

    i was diagnosed when I was 56 and am now 73!The only way I can cope is to pace myself Daily on the things I have to do!! I dont over do on “one” day or I will pay the price!Went for a Colonoscopy and they gave me Demerol. That was the Best 20 Minute Sleep I got in the past 20 yrs.I seem to have this down pat now but The past couple of yrs I have had Hives “twice” but they were not of the same kind.No one seems to knows whats causing them. I was always active now My muscles in arms and Legs are softening!! I bought a Nordic track and my legs are getting stronger. What else can I do??

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