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news about Doxy

Post by whyRwehere » 11 years ago

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/7136088.stm

Just picked some up today and the pharmacist seemed surprised at the dosage...and that's without roxy etc.....nice to come home to the article, though.

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Post by MacKintosh » 11 years ago

Good for you! You'll probably end up educating your pharmacist about cpn infection, like I had to.

Saw the article earlier. Though I don't care for the 'enzyme' theory, it's good the terms 'antibiotics' and 'MS' are being paired up more often!
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Post by whyRwehere » 11 years ago

Yes, I agree, the theory is, "okay, we know these are helping, but let's try to find some other reason and add some other drug...." In any case, every article/study helps...

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Post by MacKintosh » 11 years ago

Agreed. The words 'antibiotics' and 'MS' need to be paired up as often as possible, whenever and wherever possible. :wink:
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Post by whyRwehere » 11 years ago

Answered already? What time is it there, that you're still up?

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Post by MacKintosh » 11 years ago

1:30 a.m! I'm on vacation for two more days and relishing my freedom. (Actually, I ought to down my melatonin and cal/mag and probiotic and set my derriere on the bed...)

Can't let the abx do their work if I don't let my body get some sleep, I suppose.
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Post by whyRwehere » 11 years ago

:lol: go to bed!

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Post by MacKintosh » 11 years ago

(Hanging head and avoiding eye contact) If I must.

I had so hoped to become a party animal now that I've recovered my energy levels. Piffle. (She sniffs a bit, then gives up and powers down the laptop for the last time tonight.)
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Post by SarahLonglands » 11 years ago

go to bed!
That's told her: I remember when I first started being desperate to get to bed, halfway up the top flight of stairs and stopped by David, who just wouldn't stop talking. Excitement, maybe.

Sarah :D
An Itinerary in Light and Shadow Completed Dr Charles Stratton / Dr David Wheldon abx regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years. Still improving with no relapses since starting. Can't run but can paint all day.

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