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XMRV results

Discussion in 'XMRV Testing, Treatment and Transmission' started by Patient 2, Dec 1, 2009.

  1. _Kim_

    _Kim_ Guest

    It's Isoprinosine (Immunovir). Derek Enlander is using it with this patients. I am interested in learning more about this too. Enlander says it's made in Dublin.

  2. gracenote

    gracenote All shall be well . . .

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    Xyrem and Imunovir?

    I thought she said Xyrem.
    And Imunovir.
    Quotes are from a web grab.

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  3. FernRhizome

    FernRhizome Senior Member

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    Thanks!

    Thanks to all of you for the info on those two treatment directions. This is a great discussion forum! Has anyone here tried xyrem? ~FernRhizome
  4. Chris

    Chris Senior Member

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    Klimas sleep stuff

    I thought she said Xyrem, but am not sure--will try again. Chris
  5. glenp

    glenp "and this too shall pass"

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    careful

    I have seen many articles on xyrem being good for us, and also read somewhere that if you have a specific Q T-wave pattern it could be dangerous - doctors in the know will not prescribe it to these patients, so we have to be sure that our doctors know how to read this particular T-wave pattern Maybe someone can explain it better? I'd like to try it

    glen
  6. Marylib

    Marylib Senior Member

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    Xyrem and Isoprinosine/Imunovir

    It was Xyrem. Used to be called GHB..or was that GBH? :eek:

    There is a thread here (somewhere) abput isoprinosine. Gotta be somewhere in the treatments section. Someone was going to experiment with making isoprinosine out of inosine

    I take isoprinosine. I have no side effects thankfully. I think it helped bring me out of a big crash. Not cured, but better than I was. It is not a big gun. Klimas is saying it is in the "nutriceutical" category.

    Let's look for that other thread.
  7. FernRhizome

    FernRhizome Senior Member

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    Glen:
    wow, thanks for mentioning this....I may not try it afterall...~FernRhizome
  8. Cloud

    Cloud Guest

    Thank You Athene.....Excellent information. I have always cringed when I hear of people taking high dose VitD.....It's a fat soluble vitamin and therefore has the potential for toxicity. In general, I tend to think more along the lines of being very conservative with consuming another supplement without hard evidence of it's need, especially those with a high potential for toxicity. I have seen more than one person blow out their liver from toxic levels of nutritional supplements and meds.
    I did a VitD level with Dr P...not sure what it was, but need to look. May I ask what the "overall picture" is?

    On P450.....Anyone have access to the graph showing the different Cytochrome enzymes and their target med/toxin? Yes, I used to have it, but it's all over now......

    thanks....ross
  9. anne_likes_red

    anne_likes_red Senior Member

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    I think the 1 in 3 false negatives apply to those who tested positive only after a certain plasma test (having first tested negative)....and my understanding is that this particular test isn't being offered yet?
    Anyone correct me if I'm wrong please?
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    nora_n

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    Athene, there are two kinds of d tests, the D3 is 25-OH and the active D is 1,25 D.
    The D3 stores is tha standard test.

    Was that one high, or the other one??

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