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    I found the cure!!!
    iceberg6000 posted:
    I have exactly what everyone else has here and I found the cure just by dumb luck. This information will change your life forever, it has for me. The cure is Tussionex, it's a prescription cough medicine. I used it for a night time cough, I took 1 tsp. and I woke up the next morning at 5:30am fresh as a newborn baby. I didn't think anything of it, once in awhile that happens. Then I took it the second night and the same thing happened, I woke up fresh as a daisy. I thought WOW 2 days in a row. I took it the third night and it happened AGAIN. and then it hit me, it was the Tussionex. This drug is not for this condition but it works great. Best discovery known to man in my opinion because I have a whole new life. Have your doctor prescribe a small bottle to you to test to see if it works. If it does, post it on this website, I'm curious to see if it work for others besides me.
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    pistolpete730 responded:
    So, its been two years, do you still take it every night?

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