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rrrob posted:
I have been experiencing a loss of sensation in my groin area for years. It seems to get worse when I get in car accidents and certain physical activities/movements, like using a leg press at the gym. Walking helps a bit, but it has been getting progressively worse for years.

I read another post that the supplement CoQ10 helps improve the lost sensation. I have been taking 200 mg/day for a few days, and have noticed a definite improvement (about 15% so far). Hopefully it will continue to improve.

I also had a loss of sensation in my scalp. My chiropractor used a spring loaded device that sort of thumps a specific point. That cleared up the issue immediately. He wasn't able to do the same thing in my groin. I guess my point is that it may have relieved muscle tension that was causing the loss of sensation.
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mezbee responded:
I get my husband the Qunol ultra Coq10 with better absorption and it seems to work better then the other brands. Now for the Chiropractor, If you never seen it the inversion tables,they work wonders on areas that normal can be worked on. It makes my husband a little nervous but I don't invert him as far as I go. This does help.

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