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Old 05-15-2016, 07:35 PM #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Multiple System Atrophy/Prossessive Atrophy.

Do you sleep on top of a low voltage heated mattress pad? Or if you sleep hot, prewarm your bed and then turn off the heat.

You might try massage and find an acupuncturist who is familiar with stimulating endorphin release at non-traditional acupuncture points. I have also recently posted a bit on other analgesia options.

If you are going to Cleveland this summer, I'd wait on the next EMG and let them do it.

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Laurie
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