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Frozen Shoulder - Looking for Advice

Initial diagnosis was 11/2010. I got a cortisone shot and took roughly 18 PT sessions. All got better by March 2011. May 2011 the pain returned and my ROM was decreasing rapdily again. I got another cortisone shot but no more PT per doctor. Early August 2010 no improvement what so ever so a 3rd cortisone shot. No good so I changed doctors for another opinion. I went on a NSAID for 6 weeks. Initially, the pain was greatly reduced by my ROM was still poor.

Mid-October 2011, I had…

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Added by marty peters on June 3, 2012 at 3:32am — 10 Comments

Sumlin Experience

Glad I can give you my experience using Symlin. I started on it in early October 2009 and I take 3 shots a day before each meal. I can say it has really helped me get control of my diabetes. It just one of the components that has helped me go from a 12.4 to 6.7 in about 15 month.s



In particular, Symlin has greatly reduced the amount of food I intake on a daily basis. What I found is that my food cravings between meals has been basically eliminated. I normally eat three (3) meals a… Continue

Added by marty peters on January 19, 2010 at 2:46am — 2 Comments

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