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I Wish That I Had Tried This Before Having a Hysterectomy


I regret my hysterectomy, but not for the reasons one would assume…..  I was done having kids and I didn’t care about being thrown into early menopause.  The reason I regret having one was because now I see that I had other options to combat the pain from endometriosis.  That if my doctors had offered me a chance to try what I am using now to win my battle with abdominal adhesions, I may not have had to live with the fallout of a botched hysterectomy and the troubles that still linger from it.

The Diagnosis

I was diagnosed with endometriosis in spring of 2004.  In a way I am lucky that my diagnosis was made in less than a year from the point when I first went to my doctor to discuss my pain.  After six months of tracking my pain, an exploratory surgery revealed that I had a giant ovarian cyst.  It attached itself to my bladder, uterus, and left fallopian tube and pulled them to my left sidewall.  My fallopian tube had actually adhered to the sidewall and had to be cut loose.  Sadly the relief from this clean-up only lasted six months.

Disclosure: I am NOT a medical professional and I am not issuing medical advice. This post contains some affiliate links. Meaning that, at no additional cost to you, I earn a commission from sales. The proceeds offset the expense of operating this site and fund the giveaways for my Facebook groups.

Their Solution

After tracking my symptoms for another six months I returned to my doctor.  At that time he said that a hysterectomy would be my only option.  Not wanting to disrupt my family’s life throughout the school year, I asked that we schedule it after school let out for the summer.  Knowing I would need the summer to recover, my husband and I decided the family should spend a week at Disneyland before I had surgery.  Long story short, I ended up having an emergency appendectomy on our second day and had to postpone my hysterectomy until I had healed.  Like I said, that is another story that I will share fully another time….  Anyways, not once was I offered any other solution to my pain other than a hysterectomy and pain medication.  So a hysterectomy it was…….  The hysterectomy revealed multiple ovarian cysts and a belly full of adhesions pulling all of my internal organs in every direction.

The Fallout

I really wish I had been into researching natural and alternative ways to relieve pain and deal with health issues back then.  Had I known that there could have been a way to avoid having a hysterectomy, I would have jumped at the opportunity.  The surgery was a disaster.  My surgeon left behind a large portion of my left fallopian tube and a $hitload of ovarian remnants.  The remnants embedded themselves into my abdominal wall and cervix and the fallopian tube remnant was covered in endometriosis, infected, and embedded into my sidewall.  The first follow-up surgery to address my pain and find the beginning of the aftermath took place 2 years after the hysterectomy because 20 surgeons refused to listen to me.  It was finally the 21st who didn’t suggest that I see a psychiatrist or blame it on fibromyalgia.  Soon before this surgery the adhesions began strangling my bowels.  This pain comes and goes, relief could only be achieved via surgery or internal ripping of the adhesions themselves.  And yes, both are as painful as you can imagine.

Wishful Thinking

I was told that I would be pain-free after my hysterectomy.  After two more surgeries to address the mistakes made in the hysterectomy I was assured that I would no longer know the agony I had been living with.  They were wrong!!! The worst part is when the adhesions severely attacked my bowels again in 2016, I was told that there was nothing that could be done for me.  My HMO refused to approve surgery, saying that the adhesions would just return.  It didn’t matter that they were killing me……… When I asked about ultrasound therapy, they responded with “it is not a known therapy within our network and we will NOT be looking into it”.

My Blue Genie

I love the genie from Aladdin and that is what I think of whenever I look at my PEMF therapy device, Oska Pulse.  This beautiful piece of technology has done for me in the past two years, what doctors have been telling me wasn’t possible.  In March of 2017, adhesions once again attacked my bowels after a 3 month reprieve.  I was as exhausted as I was in pain.  At this time I had been using my Oska Pulse a few times a week on my knee after exercising.  After talking with someone who was using it to combat pain from endometriosis, I decided to give it try.  I began by wearing in on my belly and focusing on the areas that hurt the most.  I wore and ran my device every day, from the moment I awoke to the moment I went to bed.  Within a few days the swelling and pain decreased.  After a week, I no longer felt pain where my hysterectomy scar was and I have had pain there since 2005.  Two weeks later and I could sleep on my stomach, something that I hadn’t been able to do since 2004.

What the heck happened?

What my PEMF device has done for me we will never know.  Adhesions never show in any test ran by my doctors and surgery would be the only way to see inside.  With that said, the relief I have been experiencing is nothing like I have ever felt.  My organs are no longer being pulled in unnatural directions.  I no longer experience a ripping or bleeding sensation inside my sidewall.  Outside of dealing with the fallout of weak abdominal muscles and intestines that have been injured from adhesions, my belly feels almost as good as I did before my first ovarian cyst.

So here is my question…… Why isn’t this being offered to women?  Why are women being told that surgery is their only option?  And then after they have X amount of surgeries are turned down because they don’t want to put our bodies through more?  This simple piece of technology has not only provided pain relief, it addressed the source of my pain!!!  And this isn’t the only chronic illness that it has improved for me.  Click here to learn about the rest.

If you are suffering in pain from endometriosis, please consider looking into PEMF therapy.  Click here to learn about several different options available.  If a hysterectomy didn’t provide you with the relief you thought it would, I highly recommend looking into PEMF therapy.  Click here for third party reports about how this type of therapy has helped with numerous illnesses/symptoms.  My favorite device is Oska Pulse.  Not just because I am an affiliate with them (BTW my discount code DIVA will save you $55.00), but because it is the most portable, affordable, and easiest to use device on the market.  But don’t take my word, visit Oska Wellness and see for yourself.  I could have possibly avoided 4 surgeries and the errors that have left me with life long injuries had this type of device been available to me.  Anyways, take a look and remember, with their 30 day refund policy, you have nothing to lose but pain.










Finding the PEMF device that fits your needs



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Choosing a PEMF pain relief device is not an easy decision.  There are many things to consider when comparing PEMF (pulsed electromagnetic fields) devices.  How much will it cost? Does it address your needs? Will it fit your lifestyle?

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Knocking out sinus pain with PEMF

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Are seasonal allergies preventing you from enjoying life?  Springtime blooms used to make me miserable.  Swollen/watery/itchy eyes, a stuffy/runny nose, and painful facial pressure left me with no other option other than to pop daily allergy pills.  Sometimes a second or third was needed, which left me drowsy or knocked me out completely.  That is until this year!

Fifteen months ago I began using PEMF therapy with Oska Pulse daily.  If you haven’t heard of it, Oska Pulse is a drug-free pain-relief device that uses pulsed electromagnetic fields.  Since I have reaped the benefits of pain-relief in regards to my chronic illnesses which include but are not limited to; fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, psoriasis, degenerative disc disease, endometriosis, etc.  What I didn’t expect to experience was improvement in regards to my seasonal allergies.

PEMF therapy hasn’t cured me from my seasonal allergies.  Instead it has reduced the amount of inflammation that I experience.  In the past 15 months I have continually reduced the amount of allergy medication that I was taking.  Instead of taking one or more pills on a daily basis, this spring I have only needed one or three pills per month! When I feel my sinuses swelling I run one or more PEMF treatments on my face or forehead.  That alone is usually all I need to reduce the inflammation and pain. The longer I wait to treat, the more treatments I have to run.

To be able to reduce pain and inflammation without putting drugs into my system is a wonderful feeling.  I am not a doctor or scientist, I can’t explain how this device works.  What I can do is suggest that you click here to read about a study about PEMF therapy and sinusitis.  I also suggest that you click here to learn more about how PEMF therapy combats inflammation.  You may also follow my progress and see how all the different ways that PEMF therapy has improved my health and life by clicking here.

When you’re done checking out those reports and my experience, click here to visit my friends at Oska Wellness.  They can answer all of your questions!  Ooooh and don’t forget to enter promo code DIVA at checkout to save $55.

PEMF therapy with Oska Pulse is one part of my natural and alternative pain management plan.  Click here to learn how I have been winning the battle with my chronic illnesses.



Breaking Down the Cost of PEMF therapy

Breaking Down the Cost of PEMF therapy

There is nothing cheap about living with one or more chronic illnesses. Doctor appointments, tests, medications, dietary changes, and often a decreased ability to work drain our bank accounts faster than we can fill them.  Today I am breaking down the cost of using PEMF therapy with Oska Pulse.

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. All opinions and views are mine and were no way influenced by the product manufacturer.  I am not a medical professional and nothing I post should be mistaken for medical advice.

Show me the money!

With regular use your Oska Pulse device could last up to four years. Below is a breakdown of how much using PEMF therapy at home and on the go will cost depending on the lifespan of your device based on the discounted price using promo code DIVA.
                   Yearly       Monthly         Daily
4 Years       $86            $7.16              $ .23
3 Years       $114          $9.50              $ .31
2 Years       $172          $14.33           $ .47
1 Year         $344          $28.66           $ .94


I have been using PEMF therapy with Oska Pulse daily for six months. Even if my device gives out after just one year it will have definitely been worth approximately a dollar a day. My HMO will not cover this type of therapy, I would have to pay out of pocket whether my treatment took place at a doctor’s office or at home, so why not do it at home?! I would have spent more than the cost of an Oska Pulse just after two or three one hour sessions from a chiropractor who treats patients with PEMF. Another perk is that I spend less on pain medication. With Oska Pulse I administer my treatments whenever and wherever I want, including Disneyland!

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The improvements I have experienced in regards to my chronic illnesses have been phenomenal. PEMF therapy is what pushed my treatment plan over the edge and is giving me a new lease on life. My doctors all said that there was nothing they could do about the pain and destruction going on in my abdomen from adhesions. Find out what they considered to be my next step and how my device has improved my pain and symptoms from fibromyalgia, psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, degenerative disc disease, and endometriosis in My Oska Pulse Journey.
There are many different PEMF at home devices available online, but none of them are able to compete with the affordability of Oska Pulse or the convenience of being able to administer treatment anywhere you please. Most devices cost between $500 and $6000! While you can administer treatment at home, they are not as portable or easy to travel with as Oska Pulse.
In addition to saving $55 with promo code DIVA, you can also make monthly payments by utilizing PayPal’s payment plan.
Are you ready to begin your own Oska Pulse journey? The only thing you have to lose is pain! Click here to start your journey today!

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PEMF Therapy; The Gift That Keeps On Giving









*Disclosure: This post includes affiliate links. Meaning that at no additional cost to you, I receive a commission when you make a purchase through my links. The proceeds earned fund the giveaways I host in my Facebook groups. I am not a medical professional and am not issuing medical advice.

Six months ago I added PEMF therapy to my daily treatments.  For those of you who have been following my journey, you already know about many of the improvements that I have experienced. (Click here to read entire series)  Each pain or symptom that PEMF therapy with Oska Pulse has either reduced or eliminated has been a gift.  But the real gift it has given me is my life.  A life that I never thought was possible as long as I had fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, endometriosis, and degenerative disc disease.  Today I am going to share a few more gifts that I have been given in the past month.

  1. Goodbye urinary incontinence!! This means no longer having to wear a diaper out of the house!!!!
  2. Pain in my feet that had been non-stop since 1999 is no longer a daily problem!
  3. Hip, spine, and sacrum pain that had been intermittent since 1999 and then fulltime since 2011 are no longer a daily hindrance!

In the past two months the only times I have experienced pain in my feet, hips, spine, and sacrum is when I have given them a reason to hurt by pushing far beyond my limits or from weather related flares such as heatwaves or storms.  Depending upon the severity of the pain and how often I use my Oska Pulse I am usually back on my feet within a few hours or days.

The only difficult thing about using Oska Pulse is not knowing what my limits are.  That is because I am busting through my old limits each week.  How often I am having to use my wheelchair continues to decrease.  When I visit Disneyland I am able to walk more than ever before and have even parked my wheelchair by the strollers and have entered some rides through the standard queue!!!

Something even more spectacular took place on September 8th.  My husband and I attended a Los Angeles Dodger’s game. Typically an outing like this would make us both anxious.  My husband worries about where we park, pushing me through the crowds, escorting me to the restroom, and more.  But for the first time in 17 years neither of us gave any of those worries any thought because I didn’t need to use my wheelchair!! I walked from the car to the stadium, up two flights of stairs and down another to get to our field seats.  I went to the restroom and grabbed food by myself without feeling like my spine was going to snap in half.  I did experience swelling in my right knee, but while watching the game I ran two treatments on it and it was fine for the rest of the evening.  The only other pain I experienced was from my torn abdominal muscle, but that too wasn’t as bad as it could have been because I also treated that while watching the game.  The next day with my Oska Pulse strapped around my waist I went grocery shopping and made dinner for my family with a pain level around 3.  In the past this kind of outing, even with a wheelchair, would have left me with a pain level of 9 or 10 for days or weeks.

I seriously can’t wait to see what the future holds.  I have been able to join my husband and our dog for evening walks whenever I am not too busy.  That’s right, too busy not in too much pain.  One thing I have discovered is that after years of not being able to walk for more than a few minutes here and there my feet are tender and it’s time to buy a pair of sneakers! It has been over a decade since I last bought a pair of sneakers!!!!

PEMF therapy with Oska Pulse has gifted me a life that makes my heart sing and I am going to gift myself a new pair of sneakers!

Are you ready to begin your own Oska Pulse journey?  To learn more join my Facebook group, read my entire series, and visit Oska Wellness.  Save $55 with promo code DIVA!
















How I treat lower back and hip pain without a prescription at home and on the go

How I treat lower back and hip pain without a prescription at home and on the go

Oska Pulse has improved my lower back and hip pain in ways I could have never imagined, especially since my doctors had said that it would never improve.  I invite you to read  my entire series to discover the improvements I have experienced.  But today I want to help those who have recently purchased an Oska Pulse for themselves and those who are still not sure how to use it if they do decide to try this alternative therapy for themselves with tips on treating their hip and lower back pain.

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 *Disclosure: This post includes affiliate links. Meaning that at no additional cost to you, I receive a commission when you make a purchase through my links. The proceeds earned fund the giveaways I host in The Disabled Diva’s Fitness Buddies and Disneyability Group on Facebook.

The most important thing to keep in mind when treating your pain with Oska Pulse is that like with any therapy it requires patience and daily use.  The improvements I have had in regards to my lower back and hips did not happen overnight.  In fact they took me by surprise because they were actually a result of my treating another nearby pain source.  How often you use it is up to you, but if you are dealing with a long term pain source I recommend starting with a minimum of 10 sessions per day, EVERY day.  Oska Pulse is easy to use at home and on the go.  There are no sticky patches or wires to get tangled up in.  All you need to do is turn it on and go about your life.  However, I have found that I get the best results by placing it directly on or as close as possible to my pain source.  With that said here are ways I use my Oska Pulse to treat my lower back and hip pain at home and on the go.
While seated for a long period of time:  If seated on a soft chair I place my device on the curve of my back.  For harder surfaces I place it on my side next to my hips.  Click here to see a demonstration of the distance Oska Pulse treatments covers.

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While standing, walking, and just going about my day: Each device comes with a handy strap which enables the user to continue treatment while going about their daily life.  If my day consists of going from moving around to sitting on my comfy recliner I wear the strap around my waist with my Oska Pulse placed directly above my sacrum.  Or if I will be driving or sitting in a not so comfy chair I place the device in front, either on or near my belly button.  As you saw in the demonstration mentioned above although the device is not directly on my spine, it is still treating it.  By placing it where I can see it, I am less likely to forget to turn it back on after each treatment. With the strap I can wear my device above or under my clothing


While on the go:  Let’s face it, as cute as our glowing blue pain relief device is it doesn’t always go with our outfits.  Or we may not want to light up the theater when the lights go down while watching a movie or play.  Not wanting to break or damage my Oska Pulse was another excuse I used in the beginning to not use it as often as I should have.  To remedy all of these issues I do one of the following.   The first is to place my device in my purse!  I prefer cross body purses as they can be placed to target the same area as when I use the strap.  However, any purse will do because it hangs by my side and again like you saw in the demonstration my back and hips still undergo treatment. Placing my device in a backpack also works, but it is more of a hassle to turn it back on than if in a purse.  When I don’t want to carry a purse or lug around a backpack,  pants with deep pockets works just as well but can be uncomfortable when seated if the pockets aren’t loose enough.
As I stated earlier,  using Oska Pulse takes time and patience.  It also takes dedication.  The device runs in 90 minute increments.  And while I love that the beep that signals the end of a treatment is not loud, it does require that I pay attention to it.  When worn or placed where I can view it, I have trained myself to look at it often so that I can hit the button and continue treatment.  When placed in my purse, pocket, or under my clothing I set reminders on my phone, because wearing or having it with me all day and not turning it back on won’t do my body any good.
Are you treating your lower back and hip pain with Oska Pulse?  I’d love to hear how it is helping you.  Have questions?  Don’t hesitate to ask me or reach out to my friends at Oska Wellness.  Ready to begin your own Oska Pulse Journey?  Click here and save $55 when you use promo code DIVA.



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The Disabled Diva’s Four Month Oska Pulse Anniversary










The Disabled Diva’s Four Month

Oska Pulse Anniversary

July 24, 2017 marks my four month anniversary of using Oska Pulse as part of my daily treatment plan.  For those who are new to my blog, I have been combatting chronic pain from fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, psoriasis, and endometriosis for over 17 years.  I followed my doctor’s protocols for the first 12 years.  Not only did I not improve during this time, I never experienced any relief, and my conditions did nothing by get worse.  Five years ago I stopped all pharmaceutical treatments and began treating my conditions with medical marijuana.  I immediately experienced some relief and improvements.  In the past five years I went from not being able to stand, sit, or walk for five minutes to be able to go grocery shopping on foot using the shopping cart for balance. Last year abdominal adhesions from endometriosis and surgical scarring attacked my bowels. They were literally killing me.  Then something amazing happened.  Last fall I was asked to try Oska Pulse.  I did and was impressed with how quickly it addressed inflammation in my knee when I experienced swelling after overuse.  But I didn’t realize how much more I could benefit from this drug-free device if I were to use it on a daily basis.  That is until March 24, 2017.

Disclaimer: While I originally received this product as a gift to review via Chronic Illness Bloggers and am an affiliate for Oska Wellness, my original review and my entire Oska Pulse series were not influenced by the company.  All thoughts, opinions, and experiences are mine and mine alone.

On March 24th I received a message from Julie Ryan, founder of Chronic Illness Bloggers and she mentioned how her Oska Pulse was helping her recover from her latest endo related surgery.  My first thought was, why the heck didn’t I think of treating my abdomen with mine!!???  From that day forward I committed to use my Oska Pulse every day and the results have been amazing.


My improvements


To my surprise I experienced relief from abdominal adhesions immediately.  Within the first 48 hours I stopped feeling the excruciating ripping pain that has plagued me since 2004.  The pain was caused by adhesions ripping from my sidewall and internal organs.  Not only that but I could finally eat without experiencing bloating, nausea, or explosive diarrhea. My bowels had been set free! The only pain I felt was muscle tenderness throughout my abdomen which was a normal sensation that I have always experienced after the adhesions ripped from them. Until now the only way I could rip the adhesions enough to free them from my internal organs was to ride the thrill rides at Disneyland over and over.  I would exit the rides in tears because of the pain.  Now I enjoy the rides and no longer experience abdominal pain while riding them.


Continued improvement with abdominal adhesions.

I began treating my right knee during my workouts to reduce and sometimes eliminate the need to treat it afterwards.  I had surgery on this knee in 2002.  There were loose bone fragments and cartilage floating around my knee that would become lodged in the joint.  I would have to use crutches until the fragments moved. Since that surgery I have experienced extreme swelling whenever I walked for a few minutes or exercised.  With Oska Pulse I experience relief from pain and reduce swelling with 2-4 treatments when I begin treatment after exercising or walking.  Later I discovered that I was able to cut down my after treatment by strapping it above my knee while working out.  Some days my knee doesn’t require after treatments and on others it only needs 1 or 2.  The key I found is to treat it as soon as I notice swelling or pain and to not let it fester.

My stamina increased.  My productivity increased.  While medical marijuana increased the amount of good days I experienced each month, it was Oska Pulse that gave me more good than bad days.  I began sleeping better too!


For the first time in 17 years I went to bed without having to find a way to get comfortable from hip pain.  I hadn’t even been focused on treating my hips, but because I had concentrated my treatment on my abdomen Oska Pulse was also treating my hips!  Oska Pulse works within a 22 inch radius.  Click here to learn more.  The only time I have experienced extreme hip pain since was during our move in June and that was because I was standing and bending more than I had in 7 years.  But because of my Oska Pulse, I was up and ready to go the next day.

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For the first time since 2004 I could sleep on my stomach, have my sweet Chihuahua Zeva the Diva curl up on my lap, and poke my belly without pain!

I would have been just as thrilled with my Oska Pulse if my improvements stopped here, but they didn’t and I just want to climb up to the top of the Matterhorn at Disneyland and shout out how much I love my little blue friend.  For the first time since 2011 I experienced complete relief from lower back pain, specifically in my sacrum and tailbone. Again, like my hips I had not concentrated my treatment to that area but it was treating it while I focused on my abdomen.  After 3 days without pain in that region I made a mistake.  I went to Disneyland and rode the new Guardian’s of the Galaxy Mission Breakout ride.  For those of you who aren’t familiar with it, it is the ride formally known as the Tower of Terror.  The ride itself is an elevator shaft that guests sit in while being dropped repeatedly.  While I love the ride, being dropped on my tailbone and jarring my spine was not a good idea and I paid for it.  In the past few years it has taken 3-6 weeks for me to just reduce my pain level.  This time I was only completely down for ONE day and my pain was reduced to a level that didn’t stop me from doing what I wanted afterwards.


Three weeks after injuring my spine at Disneyland, I am once again pain-free.  I only experience pain in that area when I push too hard, do something stupid, or when I am experiencing a weather related flare.

Which brings me to my next improvement.  In the past month the only flares that have knocked me down and sent me to bed were weather related or my own stupidity of riding an attraction that wasn’t spine friendly.

I have been able to decrease how much medical marijuana I use!

I can walk more throughout the week! In fact last week I spent the day at Ocean Beach in San Diego with my family and walked approximately 2 miles throughout the course of the day!! Click here to hear about my day.  Granted it wasn’t all at once and there were many breaks, but I haven’t been able to be that active in one day in I don’t know how long!!  The next day I was tender, but still able to work on projects and future blog posts while sitting in my recliner.  The rest of the week I was able to exercise anywhere from 30-60 minutes per day!

Last week I realized that it had been 4 weeks since I last experienced any bladder leakage.  Last summer one of the surgeons I consulted with said that my pelvic floor was collapsing.  I have had to wear a pad or a diaper for the past 2 years.  Currently I have been wearing one if I am going somewhere that I am not familiar with the restroom locations.  It’s taking me a little while to process the fact that wetting myself is no longer a daily problem.

And last but not least Oska Pulse has decreased the amount of nerve pain that was the result of a surgical error in 2008.  During that surgery my surgeon sliced a set of nerves between my left thigh and vagina while releasing my cervix.  Since then I have experienced daily nerve pain deep inside and it would shoot down my leg and across my pelvis.  I have also lost feeling and use of that leg at least once a day in the past 9 years.  In the past month I have only lost feeling in that leg twice and my nerve pain is no longer maddening.  This too was something that my doctors said would never improve.

Let’s get real

Am I cured? No.  Do I still have bad days? Yes.  But like I stated earlier, in the past 6 weeks all extreme flares have been weather related or from my own stupidity.  My good days not only outnumber my bad, my bad days aren’t as bad as they used to be.  Speaking of weather related flares, by using Oska Pulse throughout them my recovery time has decreased.  The most one of those flares has knocked me down for has been 3 days. My weather related flares begin with swelling around my spine, this leads to nerve pain down my leg and up through my skull.  My pain points are in my lower back and neck.  I alternate treating each area with Oska Pulse and ice.

Oska Pulse has truly given me a new lease on life.  I am doing more and having loads of fun! I cry when I think of how remarkable this is because just five years ago I was ready to commit suicide.  I couldn’t imagine living with the pain that my conditions had caused. I had lost all hope. I prayed for a miracle and while he took his time, God answered.  I no longer have to do what my doctors said, which was to deal with the pain for the rest of my life.  Their only solution was to heavily drug me with morphine, which was not an option for me.

Keep this in mind if you are considering using Oska Pulse, improvement takes time!  To achieve results you must commit to using it!!  I use mine daily from the moment I wake up until I go to bed.  I take it everywhere!  Be patient.  It was totally amazing that I experienced relief from abdominal pain so quickly, but not all of my improvements occurred that fast.  Some took weeks and months.  I can’t wait to see where I am at in four more months and then a year and so on and so on…..

If I could I would buy everyone an Oska Pulse, but I can’t.  What I can do is save you $55 when you use promo code DIVA.

You seriously have nothing to lose except pain!

Click here read my entire Oska Pulse Journey series.

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