The Fibromyalgia Lie

What is fibromyalgia?

“Unsurprisingly, the exaggerated pain in the dorsal root (pressure points) of Fibromyalgia is the result of infection (likeliest, herpes) and “nerve growth factor over-expression,” meaning the actual pain is in the actual nerve root and this is not the result of “catastrophizing” the pain.”

Thank you, Kathleen Dickson, former Pfizer scientist, for that simple explanation.

Unfortunately, doctors are too stupid to perform a simple PubMed search, too cowardly to stand up to BigInsurance, and too greedy to give up the Pharma goodies, to see and practice truth.

AND did you know? If you have this condition it is likely the result of immunosuppression such as post sepsis from a severe infection. The “MDs” tend to prescribe further immune-suppressing drugs for “fibromyalgia,” which is “thought to be caused by overactive nerves,” if you listen to the commercials. Bullshit. It’s herpes in the nerve roots. If you listen closer, you’ll hear the warnings about talking to your doctor if you’ve been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. That’s because fungal infections cause permanent immune suppression which can cause—drum roll—-fibromyalgia!

Talk to your lawyer about checking your immune status and suing the pants off of these stupid, cowardly, greedy, overpaid prescription writers. They say right in the commercials who should not take those drugs. And SURELY the moron MDs watch TV.

http://brain.oxfordjournals.org/content/136/9/e246

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=post-herpetic+neuralgia+and+ganglia+morphology



Categories: Immunosuppression Diseases

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