I had been experiencing severe muscle cramps and muscle weakness.
The muscles in my arms and legs ached and strained.
They hurt so much, I could barely breathe.
My symptoms, which included severe pain and a burning sensation in my legs, were worsened when I stopped taking my medication.
I was desperate to find a way to ease the pain and fatigue, and I had come across the Israeli drug medicine treatment, myalgic encephalomyelitis, or ME/CAM.
The drug, a combination of drugs, is being used in a handful of cases in Israel to treat severe muscle pain and muscle cramp symptoms in the country.
The drug is commonly used in the United States to treat ME/cAM, but there are no clinical trials to show its effectiveness in Israel.
The drugs are widely available in Israel, but the government doesn’t allow anyone to buy or sell them, as it does in the U.S.
I was unable to find any doctors who could prescribe ME/cmAM to me, as the drug is not covered by the government.
Instead, I went to a friend who worked as a registered nurse, who helped me find a doctor who would prescribe MEAM.
The nurse prescribed the drug to me.
The next morning, I woke up feeling like I had just been hit by a truck, but I could feel my muscles relaxing.
After two weeks of taking the drug, my symptoms had disappeared and I started to feel a bit better.
When I had my first appointment with a doctor, he told me that the drug was effective, and recommended I take it again.
I have since had my second and third treatments with the same doctor.
The Israeli medical system does not allow people to sell or purchase MEAM, which is not legal in Israel as well as in the US, where the drug has not been approved.
The country has a strict system for obtaining drugs, and it is only possible to obtain drugs from the Israeli pharmaceutical company, which sells the drug at a wholesale price.
According to a statement by the Health Ministry, the drug must be given to patients within 24 hours of being diagnosed with ME/CMAM, or within 14 days of being admitted to the hospital, whichever comes first.
The medication must be used only for the duration of treatment.
According to the Ministry, patients who receive the drug within the 14-day window are given an opportunity to have the drug tested to make sure it does not cause any side effects.
However, Israel does not regulate the marketing or distribution of ME/FM.
The government does not require any labeling or labelling requirements for the drug.
The Ministry of Health does not collect or publish the results of the drug’s efficacy, nor does it require that patients get tested.
Instead it only requires that the patient report his or her symptoms to the patient’s health care provider, or the doctor who prescribed the medication.
The doctor must then ask the patient to continue taking the medication as prescribed.
While it is illegal to sell the drug in Israel due to the drug companies’ monopolistic rights, it is legal to purchase it from Israel.
Some Israelis, however, have been using the drug for years, and the government is actively monitoring them to see if they are using it correctly.
One doctor I spoke to, who is currently a registered medical student in Israel but is currently not a licensed doctor, told me he had been using ME/MMAM for years and had not had any side-effects.
He told me to call the Health Minister, and he would do everything he could to stop using the medication for patients.
However, after a while, he began to lose his temper, and started threatening to call his parents to tell them.
I told him I had no way of stopping him from abusing the drug and told him to stop, but he refused.
After that, I asked him to call me back, and after a few more calls, he agreed to stop.
I asked him why he was still using MEAM and he told that I was using it to get my grades in school.
I asked if he would stop and he responded that he would not.
He then threatened to call my parents and threaten to take me to the police.
I then contacted the Israeli Ministry of the Interior and asked them to investigate and to take the drug off the market.
My friends and I then asked the Israeli Minister of Health, who promised to make an official statement.
In the meantime, the Israeli government has been pushing the Drug Enforcement Administration to investigate the drug company and to find out if it has been using drugs in the market illegally.
The Drug Enforcement Agency told The Jerusalem Report that the Israeli company’s website does not list any drugs on the site that it is aware of and has no indication of selling drugs to the public.
The agency also told The Report that it would not be able to determine whether the drug manufacturers in Israel were selling drugs for use outside of Israel.
The Drug Enforcement administration is