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Hello @luannekaylee. You may notice I merged your discussion into another discussion titled, "Rhabdomyolysis – Long term recovery & Chronic Pain." I did this so you could meet @alizawerner who recently posted about dealing with this diagnosis as well. If you are replying by email, click VIEW & REPLY in your notification and you will be brought to the new location of your post and so that you can read @alizawerner's posts.

@srmora1, welcome to Connect. Community guidelines state members need to be careful about giving out medical advice and that sharing your own experience is fine, but don't tell other members what they should do. https://connect.mayoclinic.org/page/about-connect/tab/community-guidelines/. Is this a diagnosis you have dealt with personally and had success with the above regimen you shared?

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Hi, about 4 years ago, I was diagnosed progressive multiple sclerosis that is the destruction of the outside of the cells called myelin and, by doing my own reasearch, the only explanation I found was free radicals so I started drinking high doses of antioxidant liposomal vit c and the pain disappeared.

Checking the tweets from @Mayo , I read about
Rhabdo-myolysis " cells break down " = looked too similar to MS and thought my findings could help..

Where @luannekaylee and @alizawerner werner able to read my non medical suggestion -story ?