is this more like a muscle relaxant and what does it treat fibromyalgia? or severe migraines
HI fibro friend... I looked up Regonol and it says it helps with nerve impulses in your muscles to help them manage the pain better... but being alot of fibro is due to the "P" centers do not work correctly in our brains that makes pain less tolorable, I am skeptical.. I know being a guinea pig is tough, but it might be worth a try... I will ask my dr about it at my next visit... they need to make drugs that work on that P center and I think alot of our problems would be solved... I don't where you live, but here in Ohio, the Clevland Clinic has a fibromyalia research and treatment center, it might be worth at least giving them a call and asking them about it... go to www.clevlandclinic.com for phone numbers... I live 400 miles away, so have never made the appt... but I am sure it would be worth the trip... good luck and soft hugs!
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