Jill Beats Fibromyalgia

“I was in the bed 14 to 16 hours a day. When I came to you, I was basically at my wits’ end. Even my husband was like, “I don’t know how much longer you would have lasted spiraling downhill like that.” My pain was in all of my joints, my wrists, the joints in my thumbs, my fingers, my back, my neck, my lower back, my knees, my ankles. I had pain everywhere along with the chronic fatigue. I would lay in the bed and all I could think about was how everything hurt. Even the spots in the middle of my arm like the size of a dime, in a certain spot it would just ache in a weird spot. I just had pain everywhere.

I would tell you one thing that’s real exciting for me is that – this is a credit to you, when I first started coming to you, you would say the things that you didn’t have in your line but you need to go get this or you need to get this. I would go to the herb shop up here where I live, it was good for me to get out of the house … they saw me consistently get better and better. One day the lady saw me, and she was like, “Are you the same lady that last time you came in?” I was like, “Yeah that’s me” and she goes, “You look great, what are you doing?” “I’m with this doctor in Birmingham, he’s helping me” and she just couldn’t believe it. They offered me a job, that’s where I work now at the herb shop. They gave me a job because they saw me get better and better, and they wanted me to be a testament to people that you can beat these things and get better.”

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Jill From Georgia Beats Fibromyalgia

Dr. M:

Hi Jill, Jill is joining us from Georgia. Thanks for joining me tonight, I appreciate you being here. Can you share a little bit about your story, where you were when we first started working together? You were in pretty bad shape when we started working together.

Jill:

I really was. I was in the bed awake probably 14 to 16 hours a day. Even though I was in the bed, even if I slept I wouldn’t wake up refreshed. I couldn’t function basically, I couldn’t lift my head off the pillow, I had a lot of joint pain, I had chronic fatigue and it was horrible … it was miserable.

Dr. M:

This had been going on for quite a while. What were your doctors recommending that you do?

Jill:

They were pretty much baffled. They tested me for rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, they tested me for all kinds of different things. One after the next after the tests came back negative, they sent me to a rheumatologist who diagnosed me with chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. Basically they were like “We don’t really know what to do.” My rheumatologist just said, “Go to your primary care physician, they can help you.” I went to my primary care physician and told him what I was diagnosed with. They were like, “We don’t really know anything about that.” They didn’t really know what to do. I had all kinds of digestive issues, they ran all these tests … they told me I had irritable bowel syndrome and things like that. They just couldn’t help me, I was always in pain.

Dr. M:                  

I think this is always a big reach for people. When you reached out to me in June, what was it that led you to seek me out and do a phone consult?

Jill:                        

This girl that I know has a lot of the same issues as me. She had been seeing your ads pop up online on Facebook, and she knew that I was suffering. She forwarded me some of your webinars and some of your videos that would be on Facebook. I started watching them and I thought this makes sense. This is the first thing I have seen or heard that makes sense to me. It was things that I was already thinking like things spiraling out of control; one thing could lead to this and this and this. It made sense and that’s why I contacted you. I’m a smart person and I knew that what you were saying would help. I had nothing to lose basically and I thought that it would really work, so I called you. My husband was pushing me too to call you. He was miserable that I was miserable … he felt so bad for me. He pushed me too.

Dr. M:

When we first talked, you had shared with me the chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, diverticulitis, problems with anxiety, low moods, overactive bladder, degenerative disk disease, tingling in your hands and feet, fast heart rate … several other things, the list goes on and on. I remember when we were talking that day how miserable you were. I think I shared with you as I do with all of my patients, I don’t accept every patient. I only accept patients that I feel pretty confident that I can help. I knew you were going to be a challenge, but what I also heard in our interview was just that you were determined to get well. That’s really all I needed to hear, because I knew what the doctors were doing wasn’t going to work and that we had to do something different.  

Jill:

Yeah, all of that makes me want to cry when you read all that stuff. I have been feeling good for so long now that I’ve been with you, that that starts to fade from your memory. Now it’s brought back all of a sudden these things, now I’m like “Oh no that’s horrible.” I relive some of it thinking about it. I was miserable, I had all those things … even things like degenerative disk disease. They say part of fibromyalgia is your neck, your back and all these things. It’s just because of one thing leading to another, like being deficient in one thing can cause your bone to break down. It’s a systemic thing. It all goes together so now that I know what I’m deficient in, you’ve helped me determine where I was lacking in certain areas. Those things have led me to be able to address each problem one by one. I was on 12 medications when I first came to you, like Mobic for my bladder, they had me on Lyrica, Diflucan … arthritis in my shoulders, things like that so they had me on all these medicines and I was actually getting worse. I was getting worse and worse. When I came to you, I was basically at my wits’ end. Even my husband was like, “I don’t know how much longer you would have lasted spiraling downhill like that.” I’ve come off all those medications, I’m only on one and that’s my thyroid medication. I’m on that boost that you gave me, so I see myself maybe getting off of that eventually.       

Dr. M:

When we first started, you had all over pain, it was everywhere. There wasn’t a place really that wouldn’t bother you. Tell me about your pain when we first started.

Jill:                        

My pain was in all of my joints, my wrists, the joints in my thumbs, my fingers, my back, my neck, my lower back, my knees, my ankles. I had pain everywhere along with the chronic fatigue. I would lay in the bed and all I could think about was how everything hurt. Even the spots in the middle of my arm like the size of a dime, in a certain spot it would just ache in a weird spot. I just had pain everywhere.

Dr. M:

Your energy was really, really bad and you just shared a lot of times you were in bed, sometimes 16 hours a day because you just felt so bad. You shared on the questionnaire that your energy was at a 1. When we talked, I said I don’t really know if you’re a 1. I don’t know if you had that much energy because most of the time if I remember right now, you were pretty much in bed because either due to the pain or just no energy.

Jill:                        

Like I said, a lot of it was no energy because I couldn’t function. I didn’t work for a couple of years because of it. I always had a job so I was active, but I never really felt good even then. Even when I had those jobs, I was getting worse and worse over the years. I would not be able to really function and then hit me to where I couldn’t do anything. If I got out and got the mail, that was such a big accomplishment. The fact that I went outside and walked to the mailbox … that was a big deal for me. Even to go outside and water my flowers, I would be so sad just looking at them die on the front porch. I couldn’t even go outside to water my plants … things like that, it was horrible. Now I’m thriving, oh my lord I can’t believe it I feel great. It’s amazing.

Dr. M:

It is amazing because for the people listening, they don’t have the advantage that I do to see the metamorphosis that you’ve undergone in the last 6 months. What they don’t know is how you were … just your voice, the energy in your voice, you’ve got that spark back. You see your pictures that you shared with me, where you were before and where you are now … you really don’t have any pain. You shared with me that you’ve started walking a while back, you’re walking 3 miles a day and then you got to 6 miles a day. You’re interviewing for a job.

Jill:                        

I would tell you one thing that’s real exciting for me is that – this is a credit to you, when I first started coming to you, you would say the things that you didn’t have in your line but you need to go get this or you need to get this. I would go to the herb shop up here where I live, it was good for me to get out of the house … they saw me consistently get better and better. One day the lady saw me and she was like, “Are you the same lady that last time you came in?” I was like, “Yeah that’s me” and she goes, “You look great, what are you doing?” “I’m with this doctor in Birmingham, he’s helping me” and she just couldn’t believe it. They offered me a job, that’s where I work now at the herb shop. They gave me a job because they saw me get better and better, and they wanted me to be a testament to people that you can beat these things and get better. That’s where I’m working, I’m very active and just love it. It’s all due to getting with you.

Dr. M:

It’s incredible satisfaction for me because not only did I play a role in helping you get where you’re at now, but now you’re passing that on. Your enthusiasm and your being a role model like you shared, that’s just fantastic. That right there makes it really, really good. You had all kinds of issues, we could talk for an hour but you’re doing so great. When we first started, you had a lot of stomach issues and we had to work on that. To your credit, you were on a Candida diet I think right when we started and even a little bit before then. Then we found some issues with your stomach, but you’ve lost quite a bit of weight on the anti-inflammatory diet.

Jill:                       

Yeah, like 30 pounds.

Dr. M:

I always say this. It’s not about the weight loss, it’s about getting healthy. I have so many patients who don’t lose weight because those patients have a real sluggish metabolism, and they realize this. It just doesn’t feel good carrying around that extra 20, 30, sometimes 100 pounds or more. By losing that weight, you see your energy go up and your pain go way down.

Jill:

Yes, that’s what happened. You honed in on some things but they would do a blood panel on me and test me for these things … they weren’t testing me for the right things. When I came to you, you were like we need to test you for this, this and this. Have you ever been tested for that, and I said no. You hit the nail on the head with these panels. They tested me for iron but they weren’t testing me for what really they needed to be testing for, you know what I mean? You were testing me for things that the doctor never thought of so they were never going to get to the bottom of it, because they didn’t know what to test me for. You said you hold the inflammation in your fat cells, so getting rid of that extra weight has made me … when I’m outside walking, I felt like all my bones used to hurt, joints, everything and now yesterday I’m just walking, feeling so good and praying and thanking you … it’s just a miracle really.

Dr. M:

It’s a miracle that you were proactive enough to reach out. I think it’s all a testament to you and God that you hung in there and you didn’t give up. I think so many people unfortunately just give up. They buy into the whole idea that you can’t ever feel good again. I think that is the case for some people, but that’s not the majority of people and certainly not the majority of people that I come across.

Jill:

People want to come in there and then they’ll … not all of them but some of them, you have a handful that say there’s no way you really have fibromyalgia, this and that. I think they’ve bought into the fact mentally that they can’t overcome it because they don’t know how to get help, and nobody really knows how to help them. They’ve bought into the fact that this wait is for them. That’s why I give them your information, please just watch these videos, call him because you can get better. There’s only so much you can do to help people but some people just buy into it and think they ever won’t get better, but if somebody like me started feeling that way and they want to get better, they will get better by getting with you.

Dr. M:

What would you share with those folks that are listening tonight about your story, about your experience of where you were working with me over the last 6 months? What would you want to share with them?

Jill:

I would just say that I know there are people that are in worse shape than me than I was, but they’d have to be pretty bad.

Dr. M:

Not a lot.

Jill:

I don’t want to say I feel worse than you do but I was really, really bad. I would say just take the first step, have an open mind and go into it knowing that you will get better. You just have to have confidence and faith. I just want people to know that they can get better. I’m online a lot and I see these things people post. I was telling you this on the last phone consultation. There’s a site about fibromyalgia where they sell these things, these little purple butterflies because that’s their fibromyalgia symbol. It’s purple and it’s this butterfly. There’s people buying this and it hit me one day, I was like that’s pretty but I’m not buying that. I’m not even acknowledging that I have this, so I posted a comment on that website. I was like, I’m just trying to help you here but if you would not buy this bracelet and actually try to get help … Don’t buy into the fact and accept that you have fibromyalgia. Call Dr Murphree, don’t buy the bracelet. They were like no, you can’t reverse it and I’m just like posting your website. I’m trying to share that with people but that’s really what’s in my heart. Don’t buy into it and like you say, fibromyalgia is just a word. It’s a list of about 30 conditions and it’s just all of those conditions … it’s just a name on all those conditions that you have. You can hit those conditions one by one and start fixing the joint pain, fixing your stomach which is bloated because you might have yeast overgrowth there. All these things have to be hit one by one and that’s what you did. You tackled each condition and got rid of each one. That’s what causes fibromyalgia, is all these different conditions together. You got to get to the root of the problem, to mask it with Lyrica because that’s just suppressing your immune system. You’re not getting better, you’re getting worse by doing that. You’ve got to get to the root of the problem or you’re never going to get well. That’s really what’s in my heart to say.

Dr. M:

I couldn’t have said it any better.

Jill:

You would send me the test in the mail, I would go have the test done and you would say this is the problem. This right here is why you can’t get out of bed. Your adrenals are shot, your ferritin should be 50 and it’s a 2 … I’m like oh my gosh, you’re on the verge of a blood transfusion but your doctor is telling you you’re fine. They were like eat some more chicken and cereals, that’s what they told me. It was one of those things, oh gosh God please help me. I was led to you and I’m just telling you, it’s the greatest thing. After I married my husband, this is the greatest thing I‘ve ever done … he’s here by the way.

Dr. M:

Hi Luke, how are you?

Luke:

You’re awesome. We had a couple of our phone calls short on a 3 way, but you have no idea how much I appreciate getting my wife back through your test panels and getting everything dialed in with her. You have no idea, thank you sir.

Jill:                        

I can take a boat and go fishing with him now; before I couldn’t get out of bed on a Saturday to do anything.

Luke:                    

Vacation is an option now.

Jill:                        

I get to spend time with my husband, he’s so happy the have his wife back like he says

Dr. M:

That’s wonderful. I want to thank both of you for joining me tonight. I really appreciate it and I look forward to talking to you in a couple of weeks, I think.

Jill:

You too. Like I said, I hope that everybody listening will get with you and do your program and get better, because it’s a real thing. You really will get better and feel a lot better … I tell everybody I know. Thank you so much for what you’ve done.

Dr. M:

You’re so welcome and you’re so awesome. You’re a wonderful person, I’m so glad that you’re able to get out … now you can share your life and energy with other people. It was being suppressed, so it’s wonderful that you’re able to do that.

Jill:

I pray to God for the next thing I learn, please don’t let me learn it this way. Let me read it in a book or something. I’ve learned that I can help other people, but I hope that next time it won’t be so hard for me to learn. Thank you so much.

Dr. M:

Absolutely. Thank you, have a good evening.

Jill:

You too, bye bye.

 


 

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9 Commentsto Jill Beats Fibromyalgia

  1. April Marohl says:

    I would like more info on his products. Desperate. Tired of hurting daily.

    • Fibromyalgia is a syndrome made up of common symptoms. Traditional medicine tries to cover up the symptoms with drugs. The key is finding the underlying issues, the reason for the symptoms/warning signs causing poor sleep, low energy and pain, etc. Traditional medicine will tell you you just have to learn to live with it. The only way to beat fibro is to get healthy. This means different things for different people again depending on the causes-low thyroid not properly diagnosed, adrenal fatigue, food allergies, leaky, etc. There is NO one size fits all “cure” for fibromyalgia. However, patients working personally with have beaten fibro, they don’t care if call it cure or remission, doesn’t matter. They are just happy to have their lives back.
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  2. teresa says:

    I don’t understand how any person can be cured from fibromyalgia & get back to normal life!

  3. Bev says:

    Does your Herbs contain any spices or like Termeric or acid drinks? I can’t have any of these and I’m on a very strict diet for all the other illnesses I have. I would love to get my life back. I feel like I’ve been dragged through a knot hole all day long and almost everyday of my life and if I do do something I will pay extra for it in the coming days!

  4. You can choose to believe it or not, that is up to you. If you buy into the “learn to live with it” then you are doomed. My patients didn’t give up they were proactive and continued to look for help. There free videos, articles, protocols, and more on my site, all waiting to be reviews and then used if make sense. Obviously my patients who have beaten fibromyalgia would disagree. Always best to be proactive than reactive.
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