FibroFix method for Fibromyalgia
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FibroFix method for Fibromyalgia

FibroFix method for Fibromyalgia
by Anne Hillebrand

The method consists of

A combination:

1. Guaifenesin, decongestant, expectorant and SSRI.

2. Monitoring saliva pH.

3. Using TUMS or alkali to modify saliva pH.

4. Eliminating highly acid foods.

5. Practicing other tips (visit the site)

Method is laid out on the website

Tell us your experiences with the FibroFix method as a Fibromyalgia treatment. Rate the treatment below.

Treatment Ratings for FMS Symptoms
Fibromyalgia Tender Point Pain Relief 5.00 5.00
Myofasical Trigger Point Pain Relief 5.00 5.00
More Energy / Mental Clarity 5.00 5.00
Better Sleep 7.00 7.00
No Side Effects 5.50 5.50
Convenience 5.00 5.00
Cost/Benefit 5.50 5.50
Depression Relief 5.00 5.00
Irritable Bowel Syndrome Relief   4.50 4.50
Genitourinary Problem Relief 1.00 1.00
Skin Problem Relief 4.50 4.50
Hyopoglycemia Relief 5.50 5.50

Based on 2 rating(s) & review(s).


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Outdated Protocol   10/31/07
Reviewed by:     Location Not Given
This treatment did nothing for me at all. In fact when I approached my doctor with this I was told to stop immediately. This is a protocol that has not been used by the medical community in many years is what I was told.

Treatment Time Frame: 1 Month
Treatment Frequency: Tried it 3 Times
Dosage: n/a

Fibromyalgia Tender Point Pain Relief 1.00 1
Myofascial Trigger Point Pain Relief 1.00 1
More Energy / Mental Clarity 1.00 1
Better Sleep n/a n/a
No Side Effects 1.00 1
Convenience 1.00 1
Cost/Benefit 1.00 1
Depression Relief 1.00 1
Irritable Bowel Syndrome Relief   1.00 1
Genitourinary Problem Relief 1.00 1
Skin Problem Relief 1.00 1
Hypoglycemia Relief 1.00 1

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Experience with treatment protocol   08/18/06
Reviewed by:     Tidewater, Virginia, USA
I am not always able to follow the entire treatment plan due to varying circumstances, but to the extent that I have been able to, it has proven well worth the effort it took to check out this web site and try these methods. The TUMS aren't bad tasting, most GP's are OK with prescribing a minimal dose of Paxil, and you can order the Guaifensene online. This latter I have not done yet, but just taking Robituss with it in it has helped over the years, although at the time I was taking it, I was unaware of the reason for this. Most GP's are also willing to prescribe Entex LA, so there is not reason not to try this treatment method, other than if you are genuinely too broke, which has often been my case.

Treatment Time Frame: 6 Months
Treatment Frequency: When Needed
Dosage: n/a

Fibromyalgia Tender Point Pain Relief 9.00 9
Myofascial Trigger Point Pain Relief 9.00 9
More Energy / Mental Clarity 9.00 9
Better Sleep 7.00 7
No Side Effects 10.00 10
Convenience 9.00 9
Cost/Benefit 10.00 10
Depression Relief 9.00 9
Irritable Bowel Syndrome Relief   8.00 8
Genitourinary Problem Relief n/a n/a
Skin Problem Relief 8.00 8
Hypoglycemia Relief 10.00 10

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