First, Tim Wesner has been open label from the start and although I don't know if Tovaxin reduced his fatigue, I do know from a recent post of his that it didn't completely disappear and he's been on it for 3 or 4 years I think.
My problem is that I don't proofread until after I've hit the "send" button.IHaveMS-com wrote:First, the hope for Tovaxin is that it will stop the attacks, and any disease reversal is an added benefit.
She hasn't mentioned anything to me about feeling less tired so I can't say that in her case Tovaxin has had much effect.
(I should say "not much effect on fatigue" because I don't know that she ever had any MS fatigue. She has experienced a 1.5 drop in EDSS since entering the clinical trial).
My Neuro just prescribed provagil, which I started taking 5 days ago. While I can't say I feel normal, I can tell you that my wakefulness, alertness and ability to focus sre vastly increased (without feeling shaky or suffering from insomnia). It does give me that slightly "speedy" feeling, but it is well worth it.
Hey Tim were you on the Provigil before the trial? Did the decrease in fatigue happen because of the Provigil or Tovaxin?
Hi Tim,IHaveMS-com wrote: I was on Provigil before Tovaxin. Tovaxin did decrease my fatigue. I take 200 mg of Provigil once a day.
Hi Chris,chrishasms wrote:Remember, the more you use it the more you are inadvertently reteaching yourself to do something. I'm not good at guitar but my dexterity is better for it.
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