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    #76
    pauly1...you are brave man!!! THANK YOU !!! I will wait for your next report...
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      #77
      Hey Pauly! I've currently been in contact with and uncle of mine Who has some friends in Mexico and abroad to try and get me into this trial ( far from my first pick TBH, but I'm about to hit five years completely dependent with a multitude of severe secondary complications, with no alleviation only getting worse so fuck it, if it helps maybe I will make it until I can get access to the better Technologies in the future )

      i'm looking at getting a tilt table with vibration plate capability, initially for helping osteoporosis. I'm also interested in the Geiger M.D. With biofeedback. Unfortunately unlike you I would not be able to sit on a vibration plate to get direct contact with the spine, but the Geiger is a very interesting device and I read a extremely impressive case study done years ago with it ( almost seemed too good to be true, may very well be) I'd like to use it in combination with this drug. Only problem is my spasticity is extremely violent and very strong, and can contort and throw my entire body very difficult actually impossible to stay in a Machine Have not been able to use a FES bike or lokomat in years because they got so crazy. Have you seen any reduction in spasticity? We have two totally different injuries, and your specificity is almost certainly not like mine but I did see you mentioned you had some.

      Also can you tell me about this Keshe pain pen (Co2 gans) where did you hear that holding it over the injury site before sleep applies plasma to supposedly heal damaged tissue? Have you ever heard of a magnetic molecule energizer MME? Fuck maybe even try hyperbaric chamber, if you're actually seeing results.


      Finally are you actually combining the drug with 4AP?

      I don't know how long you've been injured, but based on the description of your injury you are extremely incomplete and if this clinical trial is authentic and you are getting the actual drug and administering it properly, plus combined it with 4AP which is known to help incompletes as well as a rigourous exercise program, by all means you should see some substantial improvement.

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        #78
        Originally posted by JamesMcM View Post
        I don't know how long you've been injured, but based on the description of your injury you are extremely incomplete and if this clinical trial is authentic and you are getting the actual drug and administering it properly, plus combined it with 4AP which is known to help incompletes as well as a rigourous exercise program, by all means you should see some substantial improvement.
        James, I am a C3-4 incomplete with limited mobility due to severe spasticity. I used 4-AP to gauge myelination potential and saw some improvements. Then I went hunting for some medicine to help that along finding unattainable AST-OPC1 stem cells do, as does this Leupride Acetate. I've only had one real treatment so far and have noticed sweating where I had none before. Given doctors otherwise have no solution for me, I'm prepared to stick at it for 12 months, like the mexican study, and see what comes of it.

        I haven't heard of the other things you mention but they do sound interesting for sure. I am looking into injectable Acemannan, a pure extract from Aloe Vera that's used for feline leukemia. Hyperbaric chamber was something else on the wishlist. There's the very real likelihood that a combo of methods, including use of live-extending regenerative tech like stem cells, could have resolved SCI decades ago.

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          #79
          https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30624434


          Acta Neurobiol Exp (Wars). 2018;78(4):352-357.
          Neurological improvement in patients with chronic spinal cord injury treated with leuprolideacetate, an agonist of GnRH.

          Quintanar JL1, D?az-Galindo C2, Calder?n-Vallejo D3, Hern?ndez-Jasso I2, Rojas F2, Medina-Agui?aga D2, Olvera-Sandoval C2


          Abstract

          It has been reported that gonadotropin‑releasing hormone (GnRH), and its analogue leuprolide acetate (LA), have neurotrophic properties; particularly in the regeneration of injured spinal cord in animal models and in the case of a patient with spinal cord injury (SCI). The aim of this study was to establish whether treatment with LA improves sensitivity, motor activity and independence in patients with chronic SCI. Patients were treated LA once a month for six months. They were evaluated at the beginning and at the end of treatment; using a sensitivity and motor impairment scale, according to the American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA), and grade of independence scale; employing the spinal cord independence measure (SCIM). Statistical analysis showed a significant improvement in the ASIA sensory score and the SCIM score when comparing the initial versus final evaluation after six months of LA administration. Some patients showed an increase in frequency of bowel movements. Treatment with LA induces improvements in sensitivity, motor activity and independence in patients with chronic SCI. One advantage of this protocol is that it is a non-invasive method of easy and safe application, with few side effects.



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