Archive for Treatment – Page 2

“Clean Energy”: Can a Ketogenic Diet Help with ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia?

(Thanks to Dr. Courtney Craig for allowing Health Rising to publish her blog on the possible benefits of ketogenic diets for people with chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. Please note the title was changed and the links at the end of the blog were added by Health Rising.) Being a ME/CFS patient Read more [...]

On the Path: Dan Moricoli’s Remarkable Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Recovery Story

Dan Moricoli's Story I love Dan Moricoli’s story for a couple of reasons. For one, it demolishes the idea that chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) occurs to malingerers or “weak” people or people who somehow don’t fit in our modern world.  A business owner, internet marketer, motorcycle racer, Read more [...]

Calming Currents: One Fibromyalgia Patient’s Recovery/Recovering Story

(We embrace recovery/recovering stories with the acknowledgement that fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome are heterogeneous conditions and what works for one person may not (or may :)) work for another.  Someone with a success story who has financial ties to the product or technique they used Read more [...]

Hard Choices: The Neurologist, the ME/CFS Expert and the Spinal Lesion: Corinne at Dr. Peterson #12

March, 2014 "Recognize your disabilities but emphasize your possibilities"~William Arthur Ward Allow me to apologize for my tardiness. I’m sorry to be posting a blog that happened almost a year ago! But with all the visits and tests that resulted after finding the spinal cord lesion in 2013, Read more [...]

FDA Approval of MS Drug Puts Ampligen Back In Play

Deja Vu? "I just try and not think about it, because it gets me furious" multiple sclerosis patient The story sounds eerily similar. Citing questions regarding study quality and side effects, the FDA refuses to approve a drug for a condition for which few or no effective drugs exist. After hearing Read more [...]

Standing Clear: Drug Stops Orthostatic Intolerance in ME/CFS In Lab – Next Steps

Few healthy people give any thought at all to standing up, but for a subset of people with chronic fatigue syndrome standing up is an act that’s fraught with peril.  Whether their hearts start racing (postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) and/or their breathing does (postural hyperventilation) Read more [...]

“Pharmaceutical Grade” Low Dose Naltrexone Now Available for ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia Patients

Into the Big Leagues Low dose naltrexone (LDN) is able to do for some people with intractable pain what opioids and other drugs can't do - reduce the pain. Those drugs have something LDN doesn’t, however, – FDA approval. You can’t prove that LDN works, however, until you can identify Read more [...]

The Myth of a Perfect Drug for Fibromyalgia or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: the NNT Dilemma

Someone recently commented that because he didn't derive benefits from the Pridgen protocol that it must be snake oil. That would make sense if everyone with fibromyalgia was the same - and could be expected to respond similarly to a treatment but a recent New York Times article "Can a Treatment Read more [...]