Medical advice?

Discussion in 'Medical Advice' started by lehman, Aug 27, 2010.

  1. lehman

    lehman New Member

    I have leg pain daily ,what are some causes I went to er for other problems and they had to give me a potassum shot because it was low .But I went because of gallblatter attack.I have no insurance to just go to doctor.any advise will be appreciated
  2. Nauseous

    Nauseous Active Member

    Describe the pain.
  3. JEFE

    JEFE New Member

    Leg pain is commonly caused by a deficiency of both sodium and Scotch. My prescription for you is 1 Tbsp of table salt every 2 hours with 1 liter of Scotch, taken throughout the day. I am a medical doctor. Do this and report back in 1 week.
  4. Lomotil

    Lomotil Active Member

    Jefe's right.

    Salts, commonly a combination of Sodium and Chlorine, are often referred to as 'Electrolytes' in the marketing communities, and are absolutely essential for the proliferation of action potentials between axons and dendrites in the neural synapses.

    Alcohol is like, a liquid, so, it keeps the cells properly lubricated and stuff.

    Great advice, Jefe! It's great to know that sound advice is to be found here! :)
  5. Joeslogic

    Joeslogic Active Member

    It would be nice to see a post from Mr. Lehman whilst properly medicated.

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