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L300 GO appeal update

L300 GO second appeal update: DENIED

Okay, man, them's fightin' words. I have 30 days to file a third appeal, which I will do.

The justification for this answer? Once again, a committee, individual, or robotic judge (Who knows?) decided that After review of the information submitted and your summary plan description, it was determined this service is not medically necessary, so it is not covered by  your plan. 
The reply further states this device has not been shown to be helpful for foot drop related to multiple sclerosis.


Well, UMR, PEIA, you evidently do not know how research of said device(s) works.  Get out of the laboratory and put on your human observation goggles. Wall what better way to determine effectiveness than to put the real life aspect into your research. If a muscle is not being challenged, that muscle will eventually die. Electric stimulation provides the challenge that I can no longer provide on my own power. Without human interaction how can the effectiveness o…
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Hodge Podge of MS info

...Warriors are their own physician. So,Warrior, heal thyself!



Ten days since I mailed in my request appeal for coverage in acquiring L300 GO. Nine days since starting my latest journey with CBD oil. Since then I have received confirmation that my appeal is being reviewed AND I have upped my daily oil dosage from 3 drops to 5. The biggest change I've observed is that I'm in a much better mood, so maybe Zoloft will be the first med I can eliminate from my personal pharmacy. Will keep ya posted.

Thinking positive about both ventures, but content with the outcome no matter what. I am NOT in control of my destiny and the man upstairs knows my needs, so it rests in His hands; but, I've got a brain and as long as that brain is functioning I'll continue to search for relief. And that's okay. I am grateful for the opportunity to continue fighting the MonSter by whatever means I am given.

In fact I'm already checking out my next chapter in fighting this 
bugger. 

With my phy…

CBD and MS

We warriors are a resilient breed. After speaking extensively with a CBD enthusiast over the weekend, i finally bit the bullet and bought the "good" stuff...all in the name of research. Things have changed a bit since my first CBD experience, including the flavor. This particular product comes in natural (an earthy flavor), peppermint (self-explanatory), and cinnamon (Yum!).Because particular brand (Hempworx) has ONLY two ingredients : CDB and hemp seed oil.  

I decided to document my experience here, so if any of you are interested we can discuss our personal journeys. As you all know, MS is an expensive condition that requires careful thought to additional treatments and related expenditures, most of which are not recognized by insurance companies and/or medical professionals; so, every experience is a financial gamble.

I started my new "treatment" on Saturday, October 26, 2019. The instructions direct you to take two-three drops under the tongue twice a day for th…

Bioness L300 Go

Bioness L300 Go



I did it. I'm done. Fingers crossed.

I mailed my letter of appeal this morning.

As much as I appreciate my pink leg,
the thought of strengthening my muscles while wearing normal shoes is exciting.


















Order direct: LisaAnnetteMcCombs@yahoo.com and get free postage. I will donate 20% of all sales to the NMSS.




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What if you could completely cure your MS?

What if you could cure your MS?

Have you ever fantasized about this? I mean, I often wish I could still run, walk in a straight line, control my bladder, swim with the no fear of drowning, or hold a writing utensil long enough to write a check. I often find myself thinking "oh, I used to be able to do that" when witnessing someone skip up a fight of steps or moving around on a dance floor.

So, yes, if I could cure my MS, I would dance again, hike again, swim again...and I would not miss The Monster at all. That's the obvious answer to the question, right?

After reading Mona Sen's article, I have been shown a more appropriate perspective on my reality. The cure probably won't happen in my lifetime, so I (we)need to learn from Mona's attitude.

What if I Were Cured of My Multiple Sclerosis?I’d love to go back to relapsing-remitting MS, but I stop short at wanting to be completely cured. By 
https://www.everydayhealth.com/columns/my-health-story/what-were-cure…