Using my phone to make post so I'm keeping it short. Son, 16, whobis high functioning autistic is self dosing for some 6 months, seeing progress lately, almost normal eye contact. Still paces, still speaks very softly, but the family all agrees he's made progress. Not doing the whole Kerri protocol although i hope he chooses to sometime. He happily doses himself now though.
Daughter, 19, deals with depression and some bipolar behavior. She self doses, has been for several weeks, but is onlt at 1 activated drop per the entire day. That is, she takes only 1/8 drop 8 times per day. And she's not very diligent. However, we both agree it helps alleviate her symptoms. But she skips dosing on a given day and has a set back. Question is this: one of her symptoms since childhood had been leg pains, specifically, shin area pain. Mms seems to exacerbate it when trying to increase dose or go faster in dosing. Any thoughts? Parasites maybe? DMSO might help maybe? What are these common childhood pains? They say growing pains but I strongly doubt that. Thanks in advance.
Regarding myself, i love mms. I need to update from a full keyboard another time as this is slow from my phone.
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A few hours after i wrote this original post my daughter had a splitting headache and knee pains that wouldn't respond to acetaminophen (Tylenol). She eventually told me about the pain and so I rubbed the areas with dmso diluted with mms water. The pain subsided to zero pain in about 15 minutes. I expect the pain may possibly return but we'll repeat procedure.
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