Hi Sebin, I am on the same trek. Only after a lot of work pushing and tugging my med docs, I talked with a kind Pharmacist that lead me in the direction of Liquid medications. I have been able to get liquid medications for most of my medication. Then I talked with a Compounding Pharmacy , who was able to compound them all.
i found out recently that most people who have FM/CFS also have Multiple Chemical sensitivities. These includes Titanium Dioxide, Green Die #3 , Phenols (Salicylic Acids etc.) and ALL phosphates like Whats in all plastics + Glyphisade (Round-up) in All GMOs.
I have a new blog starting soon called Ingrid's HOPE (***@****)that will lay out my journey to get naturally healed from FM/CFS, and educate people to the facts . It will also help people with resources for the Best and least expensive supplements. What to eat etc.
I hope I have helped!
Join me. God Bless!
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