So long for now, abx.....

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So long for now, abx.....

Postby Smilingface » Fri Apr 11, 2008 11:10 am

Yikes, I had another abx. crash. The third one in 15 months of being on CAP. Unfortunately, this one severe enough to tip the benefit/risk ratio in the wrong direction to make anti-biotics a feasible treatment path for me. I would still encourage anyone especially with progressive disease to try it.

Thanks to all my forum friends for your support and information on the antibiotic protocol. Good luck to everyone on this treatment path!
Primary Progressive, Onset 10 years ago at age 42, diagnosis 6 years ago, Vit D, Chinese Herbs, Exercise, yoga. So far tried antibiotics, fumaric acid and 4AP. Currently participant in the FTY720/PPMS Trial.<br />
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Postby MacKintosh » Fri Apr 11, 2008 9:32 pm

Oh, my gosh - what happened?
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