Posts Tagged "fibromyalgia"

ProCALM Drops Stopped Period

Posted by on Nov 23, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

Dear Dr. Roby, Seven years ago I was involved in a car accident and since then I have had chronic pains in my pelvic region. I have done a lot of tests and they came back normal so my doctors suspected that I may have damage nerves. I have tried more natural approaches such as acupuncture and yoga but nothing works. I have a lot of burning and pain during urination and constant stabbing pain in the pelvic region every moment I am awake. I am begging my doctors to just remove my bladder and womb as I feel the pains are coming from there. Presently I am on Prozac, Valium, Elavil, Detrusitol,...

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Posted by on Jul 22, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

Dr. Roby: I have been on bioidentical hormones for about 3 years. I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia years ago and also told that I had an allergy to my hormones many years ago. I am 55 and starting menopause. I am experiencing flu-like symptoms – chills, aches and nausea. I have night sweats along with this. With my health history is this normal to be experiencing these symptoms? Do I need to get my hormone levels rechecked? Thank you, DJ Reply: Read my section on “hormone imbalance” on the website. Try my ProCALM Drops to block the pain. You can order them off the website....

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Fibromyalgia Treatment With Pollen Drops

Posted by on May 27, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

Here is the update on my condition as I promised… I feel like a million bucks most of the time!!!! I have some muscle pains that I am now discovering are not muscle pains without a reason. I have always had them, but did not know before that they are caused by tree pollen!!!!!! All my life I had these strange muscle pains that would come and go and I never made the connection till I met you and you showed me your approach to healing. What if twenty years ago I knew that tree pollen drops would make my muscles go to normal and the pain in my back go away, and I never had to go to the...

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Bioidentical Hormones

Posted by on May 6, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

Your Question: Dr. Roby: Thank god I found your web site!! I have been going thru a literal hell for around 8 years and really was doubting my sanity! I had my first hives outbreak around years ago to the extent of going to the emergency room and getting treated but of course was told I was allergic to something but my doctor never even sent me for testing !! I went to ER I don’t know how many times and finally just gave up! so I’m 56 and haven’t had a period for 2 years well 2 for the last 2 yrs . I haven’t had a sex drive in a long time 9 years at least and skin...

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Premenstrual Migraine, Asthma, IC, Fibromyalgia, etc.,

Posted by on May 1, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

The premise of my book and my practice is this: there is a cause for every disorder. I want everyone to do the obvious to find and address the causes BEFORE we turn to drugs and doctors. The obvious causes of many health problems: 1. stress: Walk slowly for an hour before bed. Google LSD Training (long slow distance). 2. Avoid poisons: tobacco, alcohol, sugar, drugs, etc.,. 3. Attitude: say your prayers. If you think you are going to have a bad day…you certainly will. So, we just cut out 20 to 30% of all medical care across the country. Dr....

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Posted by on Apr 24, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

location: Fargo ND Your Question: I am a 44 year old female. I have suffered from IC for three years. I was diagnosed via cystoscopy but refused to submit to the moronic “treatment” for this disorder (drugs). I have undergone about a year of NAET therapy and it has helped some but I am still suffering. Besides bladder and urethral burning and urinary frequency I suffer from fibromyalgia-like symptoms as well (headaches, body aches, feeling like I have the flu). Lately I have also been suffering from terrible hot flashes and sleep disturbances. If I use a tiny bit of progesterone...

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