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Hard to diagnose. Debilitating pain. No known cure. Dealing with Fibromyalgia — is the focus of a Summit here in Hawaii. Dr. Melissa Congdon and Kyle Bischoff are joining us this morning to help us understand this mysterious problem. Good morning. Dr — What is Fibromyalga? Kyle — fibromyalgia sufferer. Share your story… Dr/Kyle — What about treatments, medicine, what have you learned. Dr/Kyle — Tell us about the Summit “Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain syndrome that can have many other symptoms such as fatigue, non- restorative sleep, headaches, anxiety, intestinal troubles, and TMJ. Fibromyalgia is common – about 5%of the population suffers from it – and many people with fibromyalgia are very sick. Sadly there is no cure, and standard treatments do not work very well, and can have serious side effects”. When I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia in 2008 I wanted to find a treatment that was safe and effective. I was excited to learn about the guaifenesin protocol-which involves taking this safe, inexpensive over-the-counter medication to reverse, not mask, fibromyalgia symptoms. Was this too good to be true? I was skeptical, so went to visit the office of Dr. Paul St. Amand, who developed the protocol. I spent time in his office watching him examine many people with fibromyalgia on the protocol and I saw how well guaifenesin worked! I was convinced and now I’ve been on the protocol for seven years and feel so much better!” Kyle: “Growing up, I was a healthy and active boy. By the 7th grade, I began having a lot of health issues, so many that they dictated what I could or couldn’t do. My feet and my muscles would be extraordinarily sore the day after a game of soccer, so much so I had to stop playing altogether. I could hardly make it through an entire

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