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I have fibromyalgia, depression and sleep apena with difficulty falling and staying asleep. I have found a and was told by a specialitst that you need to start with a small dose of magnesium once a day (ie: 250 mg) for a few days and then increase it to twice a day. Gradually increase the doses until you reach the peak of diarrhea; then back the dosing down until it subsides. Stay on that does a...

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Carol Malivoire | Age: 75 or over | On supplement for less than 1 month |
6/1/2021
Condition: Muscle cramps
Overall rating 2.0
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I often get cramps in the arches of my feet when I'm sleeping and sometimes in the leg muscles. I was lead to believe the Magnesium would help to settle the condition and purchased the Magnesium 500mg ( from Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate 100mg ) Instead I've had diarrhea for the past 2 weeks and now stopping this medication. I was taking 3 tablets daily of 350mg (2 in morning and 1 at night). My doctor has suggested a Magnesium supplement so I am going to try 2 Mag-Sup daily. If diarrhea persists then I will back down to 1 tablet daily..

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4/27/2021
Condition: Restless legs syndrome (RLS)
Overall rating 5.0
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No Script or health Insurance needed to place and order with 10% discount for all purchased. It was nice to have some from them, they offer all pain relief from oxy, tramadol, vicodine, soma, klonapin, xanax, opana, norco,..etc I just hit them at. WhatsApp only:+1(775)7735306, Call/Text:+1(775)7735306, Wickr or Kik: peterking2014. Email: [email protected] Message code: (Med16) Discreet Delivery

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RobL | Age: 55-64 | On supplement for 1 to 6 months |
2/3/2020
Condition: Restless legs syndrome (RLS)
Overall rating 4.7
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I have experienced leg cramps for years when lying down to go to sleep. They begin with small twitching movements throughout my legs then lead to a painful cramp. Blood tests never revealed low levels of any elements. Iâ??ve always attributed the painful cramps to dehydration. Had some success drinking pickle juice in emergencies, but recently found Magnesium Citrate has virtually eliminated them! Doses of 250mg and 500mg didnâ??t seem to help initially, so I just started routinely taking 2000mg before bed. But after experiencing diarrhea for a month, I found webmd.com and realized taking 5x the recommended dose was likely the cause! Plan to dial down to 400mg/day and find a happy medium. Thanks everyone for contributing your reviews :-)

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Rosemary | On supplement for 1 to 6 months |
1/22/2020
Condition: Restless legs syndrome (RLS)
Overall rating 5.0
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After about 1 month, my restless leg syndrome was under control. No more severe pains when in bed. I am 66 years of age.

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Age: 55-64 |
9/3/2019
Condition: General Health And Wellness
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Im not surprised this essential mineral that works very well to help many health issues is diminished by big pharma backed "studies". Docs & researchers dont want to run a foul of big pharma so they often will side with big pharma profit driven drugs etc... Someday docs will wake up to the fact big pharma influence on western medicine is holding most of you back from truly healing ppl with much less damage. 70% of all drugs are badly synthed from herbs because big pharma cant make $ on simple herbs...wakey wakey america!

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