Wow, this is weird... I too have Rheumatoid Arthritis
, and I too got really strong leg pains for several nights on and off for the first week or two of taking the Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
. I wonder whether it's just us, or whether other Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
users get it too?
I hate to agree with your doctor, but being seronegative for RA
does not mean you don't have it. It's quite likely that it just means you're in the early stages. But if that's the case, then hurrah for you, as you might be able to get rid of it altogether with either Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
therapy. (Go to
for more info - I wish I'd read it much, much sooner myself.)
I have stopped the MMS now as I'm trying for another baby, but I am delighted to report that my Arthritis
is much improved after taking the MMS for nearly 3 months! I'm not off my drugs, but I have reduced my dose of steroids successfully from 9.5 mg to 6 mg in the last two weeks without any difficulty whatsoever, which was very surprising! I'm going to keep on trying to reduce and see what happens. My Arthritis
is also much better than it was prior to taking the MMS at the same dose of steroids I'm on now. I actually have my mornings back and am leaving the house before noon with my son!! The swellings in my knees have gone for the first time in years!
I am NOT cured yet, of that I am sure, but I also did not manage to get up to the maximum dose of 15 drops twice per day. I got to 6 drops in the morning and 15 at night, for about 4 days in a row before I had a night of vomitting and quit entirely for about a week. After that I took a couple of doses to knock out viruses (which worked!) and then stopped altogether so that I can try for another baby.
I am sad to have come off the MMS, but have found that the health improvements I got from taking it have persisted. I seemed to regress a little immediately after the vomitting session, e.g. athlete's foot and dry eyes came back briefly, but then they disappeared again and have not come back! My stomach ulceration has also gone and not come back (which I'm utterly delighted about as it means I can continue to take my beloved anti-inflammatories). And my blood pressure and pulse have stayed lower than they were before MMS. I also have my brain back and can THINK again - a big, big deal!
I'd like to continue taking the MMS until the Arthritis
was properly under control, but I'd like to try for another baby slightly more... *sigh*... you have to make tough decisions like this in life. But I know that the MMS will still be there waiting for me on the other side of a-(fingers crossed)-nother pregnancy, and I'm prepared to wait until I've got my body back all to myself before finishing the fight.
I wish you great success, and please, please keep us posted with your progress. It is very exciting to me that there's another RA'er trying it out. I think if you're newly diagnosed, you stand an excellent chance of beating it quickly. I've had my RA
for 20 years now, since I was a child, so I imagine this will make my recovery take longer. But I WILL do it!!