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Has anyone tried drinking Xango for their fibromyalgia?
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Lori - June 6

I have had fibromyalgia for two years now. I have taken a variety of medications without much relief. I am currently taking Effexor as it helps somewhat and is better than nothing. I have also taken Pamelor and Cymbalta which gave me a variety of side effects which wasnt worth taking so I went back to taking Effexor. I was beginning to reside myself to the fact that I was going to have to live with pain for the rest of my life with limited activities. To make matters worse I also have osteoarthritis and degenerative arthritis of my entire spine. I had a cervical fusion just 4 weeks ago for spondylosis with myelopathy. My doctor said it was to prevent quadriplegia only and would not help the pain. I started feeling like I wanted to stay in bed and just "try" to sleep as I was so tired of feeling horrible. And as most of you know, since we look fine on the outside everyone seems to think we are just making up the whole thing.

Just recently a friend introduced me to Xango juice which has saved my life. This is a botanical fruit juice made from the entire mangosteen. Within two days I noticed many severe pain points vanished. Within a week my touchpoint pain (always present on my thighs and calves) was gone. I am actually sleeping thru the night. I have energy too...I was just out in the back working on my flower garden (before I could barely walk out there!)

For the first time in two years, I feel like I have my life back! I am going to continue to take Effexor as it also helps my IBS. Most importantly I will continue to drink the Xango juice...it has saved my life. If you can get a change to try it, I would encourage it...it is so worth it.

Thanks, Lori ([email protected])

 

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