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Antispasticity drugs-Zanaflex

Hello dear friends,

I just started taking Zanaflex and I have had a few not so
pleasent (side) effects. I am slowly working up to 12 mg per
day. Can't even imagine what it will be like at that dose level...

Is anyone else on it. What has been your experience?
Is this one of those drugs where eventually the SEs go away?
Up to this point the trade off is not worth it.
Thanks ...
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Minocycline Self Study

I'll start posting my Minocycline experiences here instead. I will copy and paste from a post I made in the general forum. This should catch everyone up:

I decided to follow this regimen for Mino:

For the first 5 nights, i will take one 100mg dose, afterwards I will begin taking a 100mg dose in the morning and one in the evening.

I am currently on my fifth night (already took it tonight).

Considering that ...
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Everything including the Kitchen Sink

Hi - I am the caregiver/advocate and functional brain for my dear husband. Here's our story and maybe you will see why I have chosen the everything including the kitchen sink treatment approach for my husband.

In August 2006, with no previous signs, he awoke one morning to find he was experiencing anomia (word finding problems). My husband was 39, extremely atheletic and virtually never sick a day in his like. Long story short, visit ...
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Effexor

Hi Everyone!!

My doctor just recommended I try Effexor for my MS pain and migraines. I need some feedback from anyone else that might be using this anti-depressant as a treatment for their MS...symptoms it helps, side effects, etc.

Thanks!!
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Introduction and a question about mechanism of action

Hi,

my name is Frank, I'm 30yo and I live in germany.
I have RRMS with an EDSS around 2 I guess. I'm able to walk up to 8km in about 90mins - but after that distance my right foot is dropping a bit and my right leg feels really heavy.

I was on Copaxone at first and switched to Tysabri this summer.

Since yesterday I read with great interest about your idea of MS ...
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Just in time for Christmas

My husband Steve has just reached the peaking period following his 2nd flagyl pulse on the Wheldon Combined Antibiotic Protocol. This is so exciting for us right now, because his improvement is already demonstrable and will be a terrific surprise for our family members who will see him over the Christmas holiday. We want all of them to celebrate this journey with us.

Steve is also on antiviral treatment for CMV and EBV, chelation therapy ...
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More questions for ye the experts: need specialist/MS clinic

:?: I have not found anyone or any center here in VA that has will take the holistic approach to working with a person who lives with MS. Suggestions would be very much appreciated... since we have been waiting for two months for an answer from a clinic in NC and one in SC. The MS Center in Virginia (Tidewater) will not see me until they ...
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Anyone currently using the Cal EAP protocol? In the USA?

:) Is anyone in MS land currently on the CAL EAP protocal? Are you working with a physician in the USA? I have been doing quite a bit of reading on the topic and would like to hear from those who have tried it. Since I anticipate a few negative/angry answers..... please remember that some of us support a more natural approach to address the symptoms. ...
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tomaxifenprov

I guess I get to be a guinea pig of sorts, only inadvertantly, as I started Tomaxifen three days ago as a preventative for reoccurrence of breast cancer. It was highly recommended by the oncologist that I do this as statistically the tomaxifen would provide a significant reduction in all breast cancer events. So of course I decided that I should add this to my regimin of drugs that I take. But he also had ...
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Prozac (fluoxetine) & neurogenesis ?

I followed an old article found here, that i raised a question on in the thread http://www.thisisms.com/ftopicp-18723.html, and kept on hitting research that found that Prozac and related drugs caused new neurons to be made. I am guessing with prozacs proliferation, that some people here could have been on it at some time.

My question is, did you notice anything?

Although most if not all talk is on the hippocampus specifically.

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/medicalnews.php?newsid=31697
Dr Anthony Hannan ...
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