The immune system effects of TYSABRI may increase the risk for infections. In Study MS1 [see Clinical Studies (14.1)], certain types of infections, including pneumonias and urinary tract infections (including serious cases), gastroenteritis, vaginal infections, tooth infections, tonsillitis, and herpes infections, occurred more often in TYSABRI-treated patients than in placebo-treated patients [see Warnings and Precautions (5.1), Adverse Reactions (6.1)]. One opportunistic infection, a cryptosporidial gastroenteritis with a prolonged course, was observed in a patient who received TYSABRI in Study MS1.
lollipop wrote:hmmm... made some calls and both my neuro and infusion nurse state that Tysabri is not classified as an immunosuppressant. What gives?
Doesn't it just "alter" the immune response and not actually suppress it? It seems to be more of an immunomodulator... Just want to be sure that a combo treatment with LDN isn't detrimental to me.
Thanks for your advice. It means a lot that you care enough to talk to a stranger!!!
lollipop wrote:Well Harry... here we go. Another question:
I'm considering buying a Theracycle for exercise. Any input on that? Very expensive, but people tell me it's worth it! Is there a place for this question in these forums?
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