amantadine, multiple sclerosis, sclerose en plaques
jetrn at twd.net
Sun Nov 10 08:20:06 EST 1996
I have one of the milder forms of MS. Major symptom is extreme fa-
tigue, upon mild exertion, with intermittent bouts of total exhaustion
(no exertion required) which would last from 1 to 6 or 7 days. My doc
had me try amantadine. It seemed to help the fatigue, etc... BUT, it
caused insomnia. Back to square one.
What has helped me the most, is a suplement called Mineral Rich. It
effectively keeps the spontaneous, intermittent bouts, at bay. I don't
know how useful it may be, with other MS sufferers, but I've run out of
it, and had the symptoms return, enough times that I cannot write it off
to coincidence, or anything else. This supplement is prepared in a very
specific manner (it's in solution form), and includes a few vitamins, as
Mineral Rich is made (I think) by a company called Maximum Living,
and is distributed by,
Bay to Bay Distribution, Inc.
Mountain View, Ca 94043
I am not affiliated with this company, in any way. I just know, it works
for me. If you're unable to find more information on it, and want it,
let me know and I'll try to help you out.
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