Glutathione: last treatment

I will be having my last glutathione treatment in June. I know it has helped some people and some people it hasn’t  I was hoping that it would really help me a lot but it hasn’t. It hasn’t hurt me though so maybe down the road it will slowly help me. It costs about $45.00 per iv for the doctor’s charge. I used Wellness pharmacy for the glutathione. I was hoping it would help enough to where I don’t have to take the Lyrica and Oxycodone for the pain. I hate being on medications. They take the edge off the pain but give me fatigue. It’s always a trade-off. Who knows what the Lyrica and oxycodone are doing to my body on the inside. My liver enzyme test came back normal so I guess they aren’t too toxic to my liver. Who knows.  

I am thinking of asking my medical doctor to see if he thinks glutathione would be helpful for my dad who turned 88 years old in April. He has really declined a lot in the last year. He was diagnosed two weeks ago with myositis and possible diabetes related neuropathy. He is going to have amuscle biopsy soon. As hard as it is to accept quinolone damage it is tougher seeing my father decline. My dad’s family doctor referred him to a Rheumatologist and said that doctor may prescribe steroids for his condition. I researched Prednisone and it can help a lot of people but it can also have some terrible side effects. Hard to know what to do. My dad’s family doctor wantsto do chelation therapy but I am not sure if that would help. I try and go with my mom to appointments for him. I read IVIG may help with bad neuropathy but it can be costly and time consuming and may not even be covered on my dad’s medicare insurance. I try and mention about quinolones at the end of the conversation and give out quinolone cards to doctors. The office staff seems much more interested in quinolone damage than the doctors do.

I sent out information on the Black Box warning not being on the prescribing literature to some more media outlets. Bob G sent out a lot of quinolone packets years ago to try and get stories done. I have a lot of respect for him doing that and others who have tried.  Hopefully one of these days a big media outletwill do some good quinolone stories. It takes too much time and effort to try and blog about quinolone poisoning and mail media packets with my mom doing a lot of the work  and then try and research what can help my dad and myself. I am going to blog every week but blog less often for the time being. I am going to concentrate a little more on my dad, myself and working with Bob G on quinolone advocacy. Maybe some day I can get off the lyrica and narcotics and have a little more energy to do more things. Thanks very much for everyone’s contributions. It is very much appreciated. The comments really help in validating this severe antibiotic toxicity. And many thanks to all others who try to raise awareness on this important issue. One day fluoroquinolone toxicity will be more widely known.


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19 Responses to “Glutathione: last treatment”

  1. There is not a lot of science on IV GSH and how effective it is.

    There are several nutritional ways to boost your GSH. One is in the Physicians Desk Reference.

    One uses NAC with a few other things that help it work better. Both are sold MLM. Although cheaper for the benefit, there are some unspoken contraindications to the NAC version that the people who push it are not quick to point out.

    None of these are to be used if you have an organ transplant.

    Then there is one from Europe somewhere that is about half the price of the MLM versions.

    At the least, you can take milk thistle and 200 mcg of selenium. I prefer to take 2 Brazil nuts for the selenium. Do not take these with a high protein meal. Do not take with acidic fruits or vegetables. One Doc did recently discover an exception to that rule, only thing, there is no studies yet as to how well it works.

    Also, avoid MSG and only drink organic milk.

    Hope this will give you a few new paths to follow.

    As for your dad, these may work great for him. Just do a search on the the diseases and GSH, NAC, N-Actylcysteine, and bonded whey protein and you will find everything you could possibly want to know.

    Believe it or not, NAC is the prophylaxis for H1N1 Swine Flu according to a study. On on the posting “The Swine Flu Epidemic: A Novel Treatment for H1N1″ has a link to where you can find the PubMed articles that talk about this.

    As to asking your doctor, that will depend on if he is knowledgeable on GSH.

    I remember asking a doctor (a long time ago) if a complication could have been caused by a drug. He said no. I asked what the complication was caused by. He said, that is just it, we don’t know.

    The question is, if you don’t know what is causing it, how can you rule out the drug. Guess what, 15 years later it was found to be the drug which is no longer available.

    If you find doctors who do not know what they don’t know, you have found a good thing.

    Best wishes.

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