Like I hinted before, I think that this is an electrolyte problem of some kind. Ca++, K+ ....something like that. I'll get a level done as well and see if I can get - what is it a RBC potassium level that's supposed to be more accurate? brad
Ca++ is calcium and K+ is potassium (but I suspect you googled them by now). 95% of potassium is inside of cells so checking what is inside red blood cells would likely be more accurate than what is floating around in serum. brad
I didn't google, too tired. Thanks for the explanation.
Now this is very interesting.
@stridor I just realized that my back spasms are easing up. ALOT. I stopped the calcium I was taking and the oxymatrine so now to see how things are tomorrow and then add one at a time to figure it out. I just started the oxymatrine so if it's the Calcium I have you to thank!
I just looked and I started the MRM Bone Maximizer III exactly when this all started. So I might be able to go back on the Famvir if that is in fact it.
I have that, but I have had pretty much every thing on the "list, " for MS except lesions. Mine is just like everything else, here today gone tomorrow (or next week month year). It feels like I have a way to tight waist band on. Usually at the same time I get electric like shooting pain up my spine and thru my.extremities. like all the neuro type stuff it comes after a flare so my best defense is jot overdoing so I don't flare. Nothing else has helped.
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