Fibro Book Review: What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia: The Revolutionary Treatment That Can Reverse the Disease

Fibromyalgia Book Review:

Over a decade ago, Dr. R. Paul St. Amand, an experienced endocrinologist and UCLA assistant clinical professor, published his protocol for reversing fibromyalgia based on nearly half a century of research. 

This book - What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia: The Revolutionary Treatment That Can Reverse the Disease - explains Dr. St. Amand's latest research on guaifenesin. He describes it as an inexpensive, safe, an increasingly available medication that can help reverse Fibromyalgia.

This is a controversial book - it divides people.  

The authors say they have seen symptoms eliminated and normal quality of life restored in an astonishing 90 percent of patients they've treated with guaifenesin.

In reviewing this book I am not endorsing this treatment, I personally have not tried the treatment though have previously written about it in 2009. I think it is valuable to educate yourself about conditions that you have and to know what is available - especially in the way of causes and treatments. Also Dr Amand is a clinical professor with many years research into Fibromyalgia so I am quite prepared to investigate his ideas in this book.

This book,  What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia, is updated and revised with more patient anecdotes and a deeper understanding of symptoms, treatments, and results.

There is: 

--information about the current treatment of fibromyalgia and what causes it
--new results from Dr. St. Amand's studies about the efficacy of guafenesin treatment
--changes in this disease protocol
--discussion of pharmaceuticals in treatment

About the Authors 
Dr. St. Amand is a professor of endocrinology and has been in private practice for over 40 years. 

Claudia Marek is his medical assistant and researcher, she counsels patients on how to use the treatment and as a former sufferer is a leading patient advocate.

Get the book here or read reviews of the book.

I am not endorsing this book but just providing you with information about what Fibromyalgia books are available. If you purchase the book through the link provided I receive a small percentage of the profit and no extra expense to you. 

Read what I wrote earlier about the Guaifenesin protocol.

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