Burning, Numbness and Tingling in the Upper Thigh

People do have these symptoms and it is all because of a single nerve that can get compressed, pinched and eventually damaged.   It has a name Meralgia paresthetica (also called Bernhardt Roth Syndrome)   And quite often it is created by wearing skinny jeans.   There are other reasons and its not just women.  In fact, apparently men get it more often than women.

Rather then going all through the information of this – read our article at this link  Meralgia paresthetica

A Success Story from a Girl with Stage IV Lung Cancer

I had a relative die from this disease.   She spent 15 months fighting it through a lot of nausea, dizziness, etc. etc. etc.   Besides the chemo, they had her on 12 different drugs and a local drug store version of B12.   She was announced cancer free on New Years and by March, I thought she had really beat it and was ready to say – I guess this works.  Okay, she was now in a wheelchair, but she was alive and sounded really good.   Then her body crashed – how many chemicals can the body metabolize – and died shortly after.

Then I found out a friend had the same disease.  Sigh.  But instead of chemo she took off to Hungry for a group called “Hope Floats”   I could go on about what a great treatment this is, but thought I’d just let my friend talk for herself and for them.

Here is her story – Success Using an Alternative Treatment

Advanced Help to Create Healthy Nerves

For many people, the ingredients in the RHP® Nerve Support Formula provides enough nutritional support to get them the changes and results they are looking for to build nerve health.

Some people may need additional nutritional support to get those same changes and results.

Some people have trouble using Folic Acid (B9) which is important to activate B12.

Added ingredients give these people what they need.

Read  RHP Advanced Nerve Support Formula

Folic Acid/Folate – The Body Needs it – Vitamin B9

B9 is another B vitamin that your body needs as well as needing it in combination with other B vitamins. For instance, it is needed to activate B12.

A while ago, I talked to a reader who told me she couldn’t take B9, that she did not assimilate it.   Well, I found out that there was now a new form of it called Quatrefolic.

Quatrefolic (r).  it has higher bioavailability and can be used by those people who aren’t able to readily use folic acid – Vitamin B9

Here is a page on this, it will be expanded.   Quatrefolic