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Fibromyalgia and Polymyalgia

Majid Ali, M.D.

Muscle pain (myalgia) is, first and foremost, an oxygen deprivation. That is the simple fact of muscle pain in conditions called fibromyalgia and polymyagia. I have cared for a large number of patients with fibromyalgia and polymyagia. My patients have convinced me that there are no clinical benefits of making a distinction between the two so-called diseases. So I present information about them in one tutorial.

When a leg muscle cramps and wakes a person with intense pain, that is local oxygen deprivation in leg muscles. When a senior citizen suffers from fibromyalgia and hurts everywhere, that is systemic oxygen deprivation in muscles everywhere. My colleagues at the Institute and II see many senior citizens who suffer muscle pain in some areas for months or years before developing full-scale fibromyalgia.

What causes oxygen deprivation in fibromyalgia and polymyalgia? That story always begins either in the head or in the bowel. In the head, it is stress, anger, or confused demands for love. In the bowel, it is battering of the bowel ecosystem with unsuspected food intolerance, sugar overload, antibiotics, undiagnosed mold (yeast) allergy or overgrowth, and toxic synthetic chemicals. All of those factors lead, directly or indirectly, to dysfunctional oxygen metabolism (DOM).1

Next, toxins and microbes spill into the blood and cause damage to blood cells and formation of microscopic clots (microclots) and microscopic plaques (microclots). I call those changes oxidative coagulopathy (OC).2 Such microclots and microplaques not only clog tiny blood vessels but also poison oxygen enzymes. That further increases the degree of dysox (dysfunctional oxygen metabolism). Next, the problems in the bowel and blood ecosystems spread to the liver which normally detoxifies toxins for the whole body. The liver fails to completely neutralize the toxin overload and further adds to the injury to oxygen metabolism and worsens the degree of dysfunctional oxygen metabolism.

Three Rs of Fibromyalgia and Polymyalgia

Fibromyalgia is Real.

Fibromyalgia is Reversible.

Fibromyalgia cannot be Reversed with drugs

Fibromyalgia and polymyalgia are chronic conditions with three main symptoms: (1) persistent muscle pain (myalgia) with painful spots in soft tissues (trigger points); (2) disabling pain; and (3) brain fog (and related disorders of mood, memory and mentation). Although victims of early and mild cases of fibromyalgia may not suffer from on or two of the three core symptoms, persons with advanced disorder do so in all cases. Other symptoms include flu-like symptoms of malaise, aching joints, and abdominal bloating and cramps; bowel irregularities; non-restorative sleep; PMS symptoms and menstrual irregularities in women; cold sensitivity; and depression.

If you have read articles about chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) written by doctors who care for a large number of patients with that syndrome, you know that muscle pain, fatigue and brain fog are also the three main symptoms of (CFS). This is why I consider fibromyalgia, polymyalgia, and CFS as sisters. In 1993, I published an article in the Journal of Advancement of Medicine (1993;6:83-96) in which I proposed that CFS is caused by accelerated oxidative injury to human enzyme systems. (Oxidation is the process of decay, loss of energy (electrons). Enzymes are natural substances that facilitate life processes in the body. In 1995, I published The Canary and Chronic Fatigue and presented extensive evidence to support my theory. Since then hundreds of medical reports have validated my theory.

Evidence for the Oxygen Models of Fibromyalgia and Polymyalgia

What is the proof of my view that fibromyalgia and polymyalgia are caused by dysfunctional oxygen metabolism? The simplest and most direct way to prove that is microscopic examination of a drop of blood of the patient performed with a special type of microscope called high-resolution phase-contrast microscope with darkfield optics. Blood samples of patients with all conditions show

1. Dead and dying red and white blood cells;

2. Needle-like forms of solidified blood plasma (fibrin needles);

3. Minute curdles of blood plasma (microclots);

4. Microplaques composed of clotted plasma with entrapped damaged blood cells

5. Aggregated blood platelets;

6. Overgrowth of peculiar yeast-like microbes which I call primordial life forms. Another way to prove

the presence of dysfunctional oxygen metabolism is to perform a test for 24-hour urinary organic acids. For example, increased amounts of lactic acid, glyceric, pyruvic, and hydroxybutyric acids in the urine clearly indicate dysfunctional oxygen metabolism.

 

Two Important Facts for Understanding Fibromyalgia and Polymyalgia

I other tutorials, I describe microscopic features of two processes which are always observed in fibromyalgia and polymyalgia: oxidative coagulopathy and oxidative lymphopathy. Below are brief comments about these processes which shed further light on my Oxygen Model of Fibromyalgia and Oxygen Model of Polymyalgia. (I choose to separate them only for the benefit of those who might search for this information under specific categories.)

Oxidative Coagulopathy

Oxidative coagulpathy (coag-lau-pathy) is a term for formation of microscopic bloof clots in the circlating blood. Blood clots and unclots at all times. In health, microscopic clots formed in the blood are readily dissolved so that such clots are seen infrequently in freshly prepared blood smears. When microscopic clotting is speeded up by any of the factors mentioned above, excessive microclots accumulate in the blood and are lodged in different parts of the body, choking the blood supply to that part and causing accelerated oxidative injury. This is called oxidative coagulopathy. (Ref: Ali M, Ali O. AA Oxidopathy. The Journal of Integrative Medicine 1997;1:6-112.)

Oxidative Lymphopathy

Lymphopathy (lymph-au-pathy) is a term for formation of microscopic clots in lymph, the pale-white fluid that flows in lymphatic channels. Like circulating blood, circulating lymph also clots and unclots at all times. In health, like blood microclots, lymph microclots also unclot readily so that excess microclot formation does not occur. When excessive oxidative coagulopathy occurs in the circulating blood, lymph also curdles excessively. Curdles of oxidized lymph stagnate in the muscles and choke muscle cells, causing severe muscle pain and trigger points. (Ref: Ali M. Oxidative regression to primordial cellular ecology. The Journal of Integrative Medicine 1998;2:4-49.)

Trigger Points

Trigger points (painful tender ploints in soft tissues in limbs and torso) are always present in fibromyalgia and polymyalgia. I present this subject at length in a companion tutorial.

Outine of Integrative management Plans

Each individual is energetically and biochemically unique and so requires an individualized plan of action. Here is my outline of the program which I use for my patients.

1. Diagnose and treat food intolerance and mold allergy;

2. Optimal choices in the kitchen: avoid sugar-insulin-adrenaline roller coasters;

3. Nutrient support: antioxidant vitamins and minerals. TPM, pantetheine, Protein and peptide formulas, Essential oils, Intramuscular and intravenous nutrient protocols (see Institute monograph for composition of protocols);

4. Support for the bowel-blood-liver trio: A. Bowel ecosystem: seed, feed and weed approach; herbs: echinecea, astragalus, burdock root, goldenseal, Pea D'Arco, artemisia; antifungal drugs such as Nystatin and Filfucan;

5. Support for the blood ecosystem: Hydrogen peroxide, ozone and EDTA chelation therapies; chromium 400-600 mcg; selenium 400-600 mcg; molybdenum 400-600 mcg;

6. Support for the liver ecosystem: Glutathione 600-800 mg; N-Acetylcysteine 600-800 mg; MSM 1,000 to 1,500 mg; lipoic acid 300 to 500 mg; 600-800; Milk thistle, schizandra, liver and gall bladder flush (under professional supervision);

7. Support for the troubled thyroid-adrenal-pancreas trio;

8. Support for the pituitary-sex hormones-neurotransmitter trio;

9. Limbic Exercise: Prayerful, gentle, non-competitive, non-goal-oriented exercise; and

10. Ethical equilibrium abd deep spiritual work for stress control.

Related Tutorials

* What Is Pain?

* Chronic PainóDiagnosis Is Not Important, Detection of Causes Is

* The Oxygen Model of Pain

* Fibromyalgia - Simplified

* Fibromyalgia and Polymyagia

* Fibromyalgia of the Seniors

* Chronic Backache

* Swivel Chair Physiotherapy

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Migraine Labels That Reveal Nothing and Hide Much

Neurochemistry and Clinical Aspects of Pain

*  A Pathologistís Migraine

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