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Haley
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Has anyone had good results with the magnetic pad? What types of symptoms did it help with? I am renting one for a month, have no idea if it helps.
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Razzle
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Is this a Nikken pad, or some other brand?

I'm asking because I had terrible bladder problems at night before sleeping on a Nikken magnetic mattress pad, then after using the pad for several nights, I no longer had the bladder problems (and they have never returned since).

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Haley
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It is the IMRS. Anyone?
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Haley, I'm renting it right now. Call or e-mail me for more info.

I'm still trying to determine how best to use it. I've had to go really slow because it makes me achy and flu-ish. I think it's either breaking down biofilm or releasing stored toxins in the cells. You've got to figure out what works for you and at what intensity your body needs. I've spent most of my time on sensitive, feeling sick and my husband has his cranked up to 150, and feels nothing.

I'm cautiously optimistic that it can get me the rest of the way well. It does help with pain because it works on the cellular level. Mine, in my feet/legs, has definitely improved, Also, our rep is really helpful and attentive and will work with you to get it right for you.

Glad you're taking advantage the n/c offer - I did too and am glad I did.

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Haley and Baileypup, please report back as you use/continue to use the IRMS.

Do you have binders or other detox methods in place?

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Ukcarry, I didn't know what to expect, so at first I wasn't using binders and detox. You are so right as they are critical if you're dumping stored junk.

I'm finally edging out of the achy stage because you can use the mat to push through, but I was so hesitant at first, because after treating for so long, didn't want to fell yucky again.

Thankfully, I am seeing a Zyto practitioner who was able to determine, I wasn't pushing the toxins out and was stuck. She gave me a systemic remedy and did laser treatment to get me moving and it made a big difference. I also make a detox juice daily with lemon, apple, parsley and cilantro. That combined with my favorite binder, charcoal has helped.

Do you know people in the UK or on Lymenet Europe who have used a PEMF mat and gotten well?

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Haley
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Wow bailypup, that is soooooo exciting. I will contact you once I start using it.

I currently am doing a raw food cleanse which is helping with toxins for sure. I also try to drink lemon water as much as possible.

I worry about doing the mat with my port as my port has metal. My doc says it should be okay as the port is titanium (not another metal) so it is neutral. Not sure how that works.... it's still metal.

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Thanks, Baileypup. That Zyto must be a great reassurance during treatment.

In UK I don't know ANYONE who has used a PEMF machine, or at least, who has mentioned using one. I have bought the cheap little Painsolv and need to start it properly. It's a bit of a commitment, as it's handheld and in the initial treating, you need to use it for 90 minutes three times per day, so if you have multiple pain sites, you could be trying it all day. Not easy to position on your lower back/coccyx either!

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Also I am trialling the BEMER. So far so good....energy.
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Haley
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I think this thing works. I have used it 3 days and wake up with more energy and better mood among other things.

I should add that I have also drastically changed my diet which could be having an effect on how I feel.

I was completely skeptical about this machine, I didn't think it would do anything, I did it because it was on loan for free for a month. If it clears up my head stuff, I'll be cured!

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