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My family has a history of migraines on both sides including all female figures as far as we are aware. I think that my CVS is a result of that and was wondering what I could do to test if my problems are linked with my this.

I have tried supplements for lengthy portions of time and have found no help from it.

Any other suggestions? 

-M.E. Brown

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The doctors seem to think that CVS is a mito disorder, not usually a disease although we are seeing some diagnosed mito conditions in certain CVS patients.  I don't think it is possible to test for many of the mito conditions.  The latest Code "V" has some great information about the roll that mito problems play in CVS.  

If you do not have an issue, please contact the CVSA office and request the last Code "V".

I copied onto the message board a large part of this article.  I will try to Bump it up.  

Not all will have a positive experience with the supplements.   CoQ10,L-Carnitine, and Vitamin B are typical, along with Magnesium for some.  Quality of the supplements can make a difference but you might also require perspiration medication.

ginny CVSA Moderator
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