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janice victorov
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Ok.. I have posted about the cervical disc issues I have. Does anyone here have jaw pain when there neck acts up? [confused]

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Yes, the two are always connected for me.
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Carol in PA
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Janice, how is your neck doing?
Did you do hot compresses?
Did you increase magnesium?
Did you look into the SOTA Magnetic Pulser?

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janice victorov
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Hi carol. My neck is different daily. Some days, no pain at all. Others, jaw pain, neck pain and spasms.


The Sota is quite expensive.

Diduou have jaw pain when your neck acts up?

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Carol in PA
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My neck doesn't act up any more, and I don't get jaw pain.
But I did have lots of knee pain, which was why I first decided to buy the SOTA Magnetic Pulser.

It would have been more expensive for me to try to get physical therapy at a place that offered magnetic therapy, plus having to go to appointments.

I treated my knee with the Magnetic Pulser once or twice daily for about two weeks, and I have not had knee pain for several years now.


Later, I treated back pain and sacro-iliac pain with the magnetic pulser.
When I treated muscle spasms in my back, I could feel as they relaxed.

I had a sensitive tooth, and toothache.
The Magnetic Pulser stopped the pain.

Whenever I had abdominal pain or nausea, I tried the Magnetic Pulser on it, with good results.
I sometimes get esophageal spasms, and the Magnetic Pulser stops it quickly.


The Magnetic Pulser reduces inflammation and improves bloodflow.
It helps to normalize the electrical charges on either side of the cell walls, for improved circulation.


If you are interested in buying a Magnetic Pulser, there is a vendor who sells a less expensive version that he makes himself.
If you buy from the SOTA company, you can use a discount code to get 10% off your first order.
Also, I think the SOTA company offers a 30 day refund.


I take it from your answers that you did not try hot compresses on your neck, and that you do not take magnesium.

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I tried the hot the compresses. Yes, they worked a bit. I try the magnesium. I need to add more. I guess.

I found the sota on amazon at 300 or so. Is that about right?

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The vendor at Amazon sells it for $399.95.

Magnetic Pulser at Amazon
http://www.amazon.com/Sota-Model-MPG5-Magnetic-Pulser/dp/B0027UCPFE/

SOTA Magnetic Pulser
http://www.sota.com/magnetic-pulser.html

Discount from Healing Rainbows
http://www.healingrainbows.com/catalog/item/3324230/2864232.htm


As you can see, you do need to google and check around for vendors.
You can look on Youtube.com for how to videos.

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Carol in PA
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See this link for a discounted version:

http://discountzappers.com/MagneticPulser.html

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Thank u so much. Will look into that after work.

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I have jaw pain. It's not always when my neck acts up though. My jaw gets very stiff and aches. This was one of my very first symptoms, two years before being properly diagnosed. My teeth don't even line up the way they used to.

Carol, is the magnetic pulser anything like a rife machine? I don't know much about either of them.

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Carol in PA
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Janice, how are the jaw pain and the neck problems?

Did you increase your magnesium?
Did you try the magnetic pulser?

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I want a magnetic pulser. now. lol
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