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- Use of Gadolinium-Based Contrast Agents in Veterans Health Administration is Increasing
- Could Artificial Intelligence replace Gadolinium-based Contrast Agents?
- Are macrocyclic GBCAs safer than linear agents?
- Doctors with self-diagnosed Gadolinium Deposition Disease
- Can Symptoms of Gadolinium Toxicity be explained?
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When we conducted our Symptom Survey early in 2014, the one chronic symptom that everyone reported was “Pain”. Some identified it as being an ache with dull, continuous pain, while others described it as burning, numbness, tingling, or prickling sensations (paresthesia), or as deep bone pain, or electric-like feelings. The location of the pain was primarily in the extremities, followed by the hips, joints, and ribs.
From my own experience, I can tell you that I always have some level of pain even with taking prescription medication. While stronger medications might make me feel pain free, I prefer to live with a tolerable level of pain rather than feel over-medicated.
From what I have read, it seems that most of our pain is the result of damage to our nervous system. (more…)