"The present case highlights the marked improvement of FM symptoms in a patient who has been resistant to a wide variety of treatments for over seven years.“ Kararizou et. al. 2013
The Big Three (Lyrica, Cymbalta, Savella) Ghetto in Fibromyalgia
Don’t get stuck in a rut when your doctor only Read more [...]
RESEARCH AVENUES/POTENTIAL TREATMENTS
(Please note I have no medical background am in no way qualified to recommend any particular course of treatment for ME/CFS. The following is a theoretical discussion that logically flows from the proposed neuroinflammatory hypothesis and is intended to outline Read more [...]
(Exercise stress tests suggest a process that provides energy to the brain during exercise and intense mental activity may be broken and causing severe cognitive dysfunction in one group of GWS/ME/CFS patients (decreasers). A second GWS/ME/CFS group (increasers) with an intact brain lactate processing Read more [...]
NEUROINFLAMMATORY MODEL OF ME/CFS Part IV – SYMPTOMS, HETEROGENEITY AND ONSET -PULLING IT ALL TOGETHER?
B - CAN THE NEUROINFLAMMATORY STATE EXPLAIN THE CARDINAL SYMPTOMS OF ME/CFS? - SYMPTOMS - FROM MOOD DISORDERS TO TINNITUS
Firstly, it must be acknowledged that this line of inquiry started Read more [...]
A – A PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE ON 'ME/CFS'
I want to make a controversial and potentially unpopular proposal: that ME/CFS is not a discrete disease in any objective sense and that attempting to more rigorously define a 'pure' ME/CFS cohort is futile.
In Parts I to III, I set out what I suggest Read more [...]
(In a second of four-part series of papers elucidating a neuro-inflammatory model of chronic fatigue syndrome, Marco examines a possibility that could explain many symptoms and issue not just in ME/CFS but in other neurological disorders. Learn more about Marco here - Cort).
Pt 1 of the Neuroinflammatory Read more [...]