BoJo HAS IT - really, you're not dreaming. I hope Rishi doesn't. Far from perfect but an order of magnitude better than the Buffoon. IMHO.
If you haven't seen the latest news our esteemed leader, the Tousled Haired Buffon, has tested positive for Covid-19. Whilst I wouldn't t...
Hi, I'm Nick and have SPMS, and am now wheelchair bound, having been diagnosed 16 years ago at the age of 42. I am married with three children, the youngest of whom is now 21. So the disease struck in the middle of their childhoods, which was the toughest part of it for me and my wife. We have been ...
just picked up 2 months worth of Simvastatin 80mg form my Doctors, my Neuro suggested it but it is an off label so to speak prescription.
Anyone had any experience with it?
The muscle atrophy, the most serious of the possible side effects is concerning!
Currently i'm on Copaxone (DMD) and a 100mg Amitriptyline and Tramadol at night to help me rest from the Neurological Pain that is like burning fire and tingling, have never had any relief from this pain since being diagnosed in 2015 and it is steadily increasing around my body. Any pain relief woul...
Simvastatin is one of the Statins, the cholesterol lowering drugs, that are being looked at in MS.
This is a London hospital running it at several centres around the UK.
I have no interest or concern in this, just reposting it.
Hi all i have a question for you:
If you have to safe two drugs/supplents what would they be?
in my case
I would take: vitamin D (only because i had a densitometry and my bones are not getting any worse), magnesium chloride ( it seems to ease spasciticy)
Maybe: fingolimod, lipoic acid and simvas...
Re-purposing drugs is one of the ways we can accelerate the drug development.
Currently any effective treatment would take at least 15-20 years in clinical trials. That would be much too late for us folk and more for people with progressive disease. Pharma obviously won't invest in off patent drugs...