ljm wrote:Melody, since you know so much about fitness and body (among other things) could you possibly address one of the angles of MickB's question which, if I understand, is why he would feel bad for one or two days after the exertion. Its like he is depleting something that normally would take a couple of hours or overnight to recover...but instead its taking his body two or three days to recover. I'm unclear why that would happen.
A reduction of FSS score was observed in 70% (21/30)of patients during ALCAR treatment and in 43% (13/30)of patients during amantadine intake (McNemar test,p = 0.073). Using a decrease 0.5 in FSS score as a clinicallyrelevant cut-off, we found that 29% of patients improvedafter ALCAR vs. 21% after amantadine (McNemar test,p = 0.549)
mick_b wrote:I also tried 4-AP (bird poison) at my Neuros suggestion – no luck
4-AP (4-Aminopyridine) is potassium channel blocker medication which may reduce symptoms in some people with MS, particularly those who are more sensitive to heat.
http://www.remedyfind.com/treatments/126/1634/Although not officially approved, 4-Aminopyridine has been available by prescription through compounding pharmacies in the U.S. and elsewhere for years. However in the U.S. the FDA is attempting to regulate the compounding pharmacies, and 4-AP may be one of the first drugs that the FDA may withdraw from the compounding formulary because of concerns over variable formulation. However, 4-AP does appear to be available through compounding pharmacies in other countries worldwide. (NOTE: Agriculturally, 4-AP is used as a bird poison sold under the brand name Avitrol. It is highly toxic to all mammals including humans if dosages are exceeded.)
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