I am no doctor (or married to one) but I would of thought the abx's are doing the job the immune system could not do. ie It does not "strengthen" the immune system to kill the infection, but the chemicals of the abx's themselves killl the bacterium.Anecdote wrote:As far as combining tysabri with abx, I don't know, but tysabri is aimed at killing tracts of the immune system, abx the reverse, so I wouldn't think there would be much benefit from taking both.
Do you know how many people tried your ABX regime yet?
How about their outcomes? Is there a quick overview available somewhere on the internet (like name, regime, duration of ABX intake, statechange)?
Do some people get worse on ABX?
Could you say something about an average improvement (like 1 EDSS or so)?
Anecdote wrote:I don't know of anyone who gets worse on ABX, unless they are non-compliant. It is possible that someone with RRMS might get a relapse in the early stage of treatment, especially if they get a bout of flu or something similar, but by no means everyone.
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