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Re: Seroquel and Chemical Sensitivity...please help! NewHampshireGuy

Posted by bleauberry on May 22, 2008, at 16:56:00

In reply to Seroquel and Chemical Sensitivity...please help!, posted by NewHampshireGuy on May 20, 2008, at 16:23:04

Just wanted to followup with something interesting concerning immune system.

When I was on the antibiotic Doxycycline, I hated it. Felt more depressed and had louder ringing in the ears and lack of appetite. BUT...I told my spouse I feel "clear", no fogginess, and though I can't find the words for it, I felt as if I was no longer sensitive to anything anymore. I didn't try, but I felt perfectly confident in eating gluten again. I had a lot more energy and endurance. Looking back, I was actually in pretty decent shape except for mood. Maybe the antibiotic was taking the load off my immune system and giving it a chance to rest, calm down, or focus on real invaders instead of false ones, or whatever. I definitely felt some dramatic improvements on an antibiotic. He wants me to try Minocycline now, which is supposedly easier on side effects and is more closely related to MS, Fibromilagia, Chronic Fatigue, Chemical Sensitivity, stuff. Somehow. Don't know how. Don't think anyone does. I do feel strongly the immune system is a big player. Anything that can give it a rest or help it out is probably a good thing.


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