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Old 08-29-2012, 02:29 PM #1
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Not sure if I am permitted to post link but if I found this interesting for all of us who have tested negative on most tests

http://neuromuscular.wustl.edu/mtime/mgdx.html

I was reading through and when I clicked on Musk (which I have not yet been tested for as insurance didnt want to cover that one) I noticed that some of the information seemed to apply to me. Of special interest is the exacerbation caused by azithromycin (Z-Pac) and hydrocodone. I have never liked hydrocodone but have had script from 2009 and may have taken couple this year but I went through my file and saw I took a Z-Pac for a cold in the beginning of April. My symptoms have really gotten out of control over past 4 months so perhaps that is what brought this on so severely.

I had not mentioned this to neuro as I didnt realize Zpac was azithromycin.
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