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Anonymous
10 months ago

I’m trying to submit a link but it’s not letting me for some reason, anyway it’s called magasorb from Lambert’s healthcare. Check it out


Anonymous
10 months ago

louise1inamillion-2
10 months ago

@lukezni thank you it did work I’ve now ordered some I m going to start at 150mg then 300mg see how I get on thanks again


Anonymous
10 months ago

i use magnesium spray
it eases the tension immediately
lol i sleep right after
but it stings if you apply it on a bony area
i heard there is another useful thing i use it with magnesium but cant remember


itsmewithms
10 months ago

I do take a magnesium tablet in the morning and evening to help with muscle/nerve jumpiness. I was recently prescribed Gabapentin which is used post surgical (after my hip replacement for example and my friends brain surgery) and now when I take it again (hip replacement was 2 years ago) I’ve found it helps my spasms and spasticity which is what it is prescribed for for MS patients. I was also taking Rebif but am likely transitioning to SPMS to I am being moved to Ocrevus


itsmewithms
9 months ago

As an update I have received my first dose of Ocrevus and will receive my second tomorrow. I moved from Gabapentin to Gralise as it is the extended release version and I feel is delivered more smoothly. Still taking Magnesium twice a day along with vitamin D. I also make sure I drink a small glass of milk every day for calcium. They need to all be there but there is some evidence that they shouldn’t be taken at the same time so they compete for absorption. I stagger them. https://www.thorne.com/take-5-daily/article/working-better-together-magnesium-vitamin-d-and-calcium


stumbler
9 months ago

@louise1inamillion-2 , you could also try magnesium cream and apply it direct to the affected areas.

@stumbler thank you

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