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Spine Cord Stimulator Interaction 16 Mar 2014 03:06 #41399

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I have had L4-L5 fusion, but a couple years ago had the hardware removed. I also had a spine cord stimulator installed. The spine cord stimulator provides a small voltage shock to my lower back in order to block pain signals from reaching my brain. I have started this Monday taking MMS for high blood pressure. Ever scene starting the MMS I sometimes have been expressing excruciating pain in my lower back that last for about an hour. Then the pain subsides. The pain could come from over doing activities. Please advise if the MMS could have something to do with the extra pain. I hope it is not the MMS, I would like to use it for several ailments.
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Spine Cord Stimulator Interaction 16 Mar 2014 16:29 #41435

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MMS should have nothing to do with pain. It oxidizes pathogens only.
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Spine Cord Stimulator Interaction 16 Mar 2014 19:25 #41454

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tdb57chevy

Reading your post make me ask you a question. Do you have control on the electrical pulse. Or is permanently. If you dont have control to vary the current. Make me believe that your salt level increase as a result of MMS oxidation process making your electrical electrode over estimulate your spine.
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Spine Cord Stimulator Interaction 23 Mar 2014 12:50 #41943

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I do have control over the level of stimulation. As Mr. Humble suggested in his book, I cut back internal use of the MMS for a few days if something seems to be going wrong. I continued to use the MMS for some skin issues externally with some success. The pain did subside. I had an Dr. appointment with my “pain management clinic,” we increased my pain medications, but only used the increased doses for a few days. I have now started using the MMS internally a little slower with no increases in back pain. My hope is the spikes in pain were coincidental and I can get back to the blood pressure correction levels of MMS.
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Spine Cord Stimulator Interaction 23 Mar 2014 15:12 #41954

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It is also possible MMS was effecting something, causing you the pain sensation.Thanks for backing off/down.
Keep us posted please
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Spine Cord Stimulator Interaction 23 Mar 2014 16:29 #41958

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YES, but I don’t think it was the MMS, I sure hope not. I am starting the MMS internally again at a lower dose to make sure.
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Spine Cord Stimulator Interaction 23 Mar 2014 17:25 #41960

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What I mean is MMS might have been killing off an issue.
Keep us updated
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Spine Cord Stimulator Interaction 23 Mar 2014 19:28 #41964

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Yes it could have been fighting something off, pretty intense if it was.
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I have started using MMS at a slower pace now. I have had no additional pain in my back. I conclude that either it was coincidental that I re-injured my back at the same time as starting MMS OR there was something going on in my back that needed “cleaning out.” If it was the latter, “IT” was cleaned out. And I am back, pun intended, to getting to other health issues. :lol:
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