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WHAT YOUR DOCTOR MAY NOT TELL YOU ABOUT (TM): PEDIATRIC FIBROMYALGIA: A Safe New Treatment Plan for Children

WHAT YOUR DOCTOR MAY NOT TELL YOU ABOUT (TM): PEDIATRIC FIBROMYALGIA: A Safe New Treatment Plan for Children

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Publication Date: March 15th, 2001
Publisher:
Grand Central Publishing
ISBN:
9780759550025
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Description

In this newly revised edition, experienced medical professional, Dr. R Paul St. Amand, shares must-know knowledge for children on pediatric fibromyalgia. 

Muscle pain; fatigue; bladder infections; insomnia; hypoglycemia; IBS; chronic candidiasis. If you have one or more of these symptoms or syndromes, you may have fibromyalgia.

In 1999 Dr. St. Amand, an experienced endocrinolost and UCLA assistant clinical professor, published his effective protocol for reversing fibromyalgia, based on nearly half a century of research, including his own experience with the disease and that of hundreds of his patients. Years later, thousands of fibromyalgia sufferers have followed Dr. St. Amand's revolutionary program and have experienced amazing results.

This third edition of the book offers the latest research and Dr. St. Amand's breakthrough program that uses guaifenesin, an inexpensive, safe, and increasingly available medication that can help reverse the disease. The authors have seen symptoms eliminated and normal living restored in an astonishing 90 percent of the fibromyalgia sufferers they treated with guaifenesin. In this edition, readers will find more patient anecdotes and a deeper understanding of patient symptoms, treatment, and results, including:
 

  • More information about the current treatment of fibromyalgia and what causes it
  • New results from Dr. St. Amand's City of Hope study about the efficacy of the guaifenesin treatment
  • Changes in disesase protocol
  • A discussion of pharmaceuticals in treatment

About the Author

Dr. St. Amand discovered guaifenesin's use as a treatment for fibromyalgia, and his work is often cited. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine and is on the teaching staff at UCLA Harbor General Hospital. He has been in practice for over 50 years.

Claudia Craig Marek was tutored, trained, and taught by Dr. St. Amand and has worked with him to discover more about the disease for many years.