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#1 of 2 Old 04-05-2002, 07:43 PM - Thread Starter
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I recently visited a Listening System practicioner, and she told me that I'm CoQ10 deficient. Extremely. Her exact words were, "I'm surprised you're even walking around." I have been extremely tired, been losing weight due to these unexplained stomach aches and had some major dental work done. I also have a major stress in the marriage area. So I've begun taking CoQ10, but I find myself wondering how do you become grossly deficient in something like that. Any ideas? Thanks
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Sounds like you should not see her again and let her "walk around" on her own without your subsidizing. Sorry to hear about all that's been happening to you. Do you talk about marriage in the Partners section here? With anyone at all?
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