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    Relief from Back Pain
    An_267004 posted:
    I was having pain for a long time when I lay down at night. The pain was on my right side of my back from the bottom of my back up to the mid area in my back. I was only getting about 3 hrs of sleep every night. I was at the gym and telling my friend who is a Holistic Health Counselor and after hearing my symptoms, she recommended I go to the Natural Market Place and get Stone Breaker by Herb Pharm and recommended that I cut back on my intake of calcium, and to stop taking the calcium vitamin that I was taking and switch to a Plant Base Calcium Vitamin because she thought it was Kidney stones. I followed her directions and within 5 days my pain was completely gone. It has been over 3 weeks now and i get 8 - 8.5 hrs of sleep every night. This work wonders for me. My doctor could not find anything
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    mwin1969 responded:
    Awesome. Great success. Kidney stones are harmless, until you start passing them, haha! I'll make at note of next time I have an onset of stones!

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