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April 23, 2018


Have you considered talking to an acupuncturist about your problem? They can sometimes deal with what western medicine cannot. Now that I say that to you, when I am back in Oregon, I think i'll talk to one about my familial tremors. I liked what the results were when I had several acupuncture treatment in my mid-50s when I was having major surgery. I felt it helped my body heal faster. I have no idea if it could help my tremors or your bladder but you never know without trying.

Rain, I had one acupuncture treatment last fall. I didn't have any more because I felt the odds were very low that it was going to be beneficial for me. But thanks for the suggestion.

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