Personal Provigil Experience

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Post by notasperfectasyou » 11 years ago

Loriyas wrote:Ken
How was your trip to Nashville?
Lori

Lori,
I've been away. Holidays, Nashville, etc. I'm finally back. I'm typing this up for TIMS and I think Kim will post at CPn soon. But, we still have giftwrap all over the place. But, I'm into my 3rd page - I have a lot to say........
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Post by CureOrBust » 11 years ago

Lyon wrote:Have you ever been on an abx regimine and if so for how long?
Yes I have been on abx's in the past, the Wheldon regimen for just over 12 months.

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Post by robbie » 11 years ago

Yes I have been on abx's in the past, the Wheldon regimen for just over 12 months.
Why did you stop?
Had ms for 24 years now.

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Post by CureOrBust » 11 years ago

I was on the CAP for over 12 months, and still had relapses after a flu, my only trigger. The flagyl then worsened the last relapse I had while on it. So it was time to accept it wasn't working for me.

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Post by peacecat » 11 years ago

hi all,
this is my first time on here, also my right hand is weak so takes me a while to type left-handed! I have been diagnosed with MS for 10 years. All my symptoms were tolerable, until 5 months ago. I have stopped driving. Fatigue for me has passed, but oh, it was horrible!! My husband is a physician and he brought me samples of Provigil. I felt it only helped me mentally, not physically. I would take it when I had an appointment or had to be somewhere. It made me very aware and I felt I talked a lot when I took it. I jokingly called it "Professional Vigilante Man" . Now I am dealing with foot drop and terrible balance problems. I have lost a lot of muscle, the continuous struggle to remain positive is challenging, but I know I am not alone here. - Laurie

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