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  1. Thread: Ibudilast

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    Hi All, Ibudilast tablets arrived from Japan...

    Hi All,
    Ibudilast tablets arrived from Japan this week without a problem at a cost of 650 for 1000 10mg tablets.
    At 60 mg a day I reckon thats almost 6 months worth so cost for a year is around...
  2. Thread: Ibudilast

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    Hi Vivek, Quite simply there is no easy way to...

    Hi Vivek,
    Quite simply there is no easy way to get Ibudilast in the UK
    There is a drug charity in Holland that will supply it if you get a DR to write a prescription, mu Neuro refuses to do so as...
  3. Thread: A bad day

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    Hi Polly, I know it seems a long while for the...

    Hi Polly,

    I know it seems a long while for the appointments to see people but it is quite swift which is also good because hopefully it means that were you live has a good mnd support system which...
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    I think the health teams seem to take time to get...

    I think the health teams seem to take time to get in motion, have you had any of the mnda association visitors contact you as yet they are not in every region I'm afraid but here in Norfolk we have...
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    Hi Polly, My husband is also diagnosed with...

    Hi Polly,

    My husband is also diagnosed with bulbar onset mnd, he was a serious kind of man but know even though he has no voice left he can still make noises that resemble him laughing and...
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    Hi Martha my husband has bulbar on set and has it...

    Hi Martha my husband has bulbar on set and has it for 2 years he finds paper and pen quicker for communication he has predictable on an iPad but finds it too slow. We were advised not to use straws...
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    We bank at First Direct and they are really first...

    We bank at First Direct and they are really first class, as my husband has bulbar mnd he has lost his voice and we have come up against this problem quite a bit with other companies but first direct...
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    Thanks you everyone for your posts, Love Mandy.

    Thanks you everyone for your posts,

    Love Mandy.
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    My husband was given one of these plugs when he...

    My husband was given one of these plugs when he left hospital after the rig operation and as we have an hour and half drive to the hospital if anything goes wrong with it (dire warnings off getting...
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    Thanks Ellie and Terry very helpful as usual, we...

    Thanks Ellie and Terry very helpful as usual, we have the rig lady (not a nurse, we were told, lol) coming tomorrow to make sure all is well and to take the stitches out so will ask for a button one...
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    My husband uses the surgical tape too, there must...

    My husband uses the surgical tape too, there must be another way, we have looked on-line and they look quite bulky.
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    Rig tube security

    Just had a peg tube fitted and curious to know what others do with the dangly tube! Is there an easy and comfortable way to secure it out of the way which doesnt involve sticking plaster?
  13. Thread: Mirocals

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    Thanks for the link Ellie, will tell him about it...

    Thanks for the link Ellie, will tell him about it he may already know as he is always looking out for things about this and other trials he is looking to have his rig fitted at the end of the week...
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    Thanks Ellie, We came away from the Drs with...

    Thanks Ellie,

    We came away from the Drs with antibiotics, more for a precaution than anything, she did all the checks and I suppose it is a matter of waiting for it to get better, he has had both...
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    Upper respiratory infection

    Hi,
    I have had such a sore for the past two days, my wife has had the same but for longer.
    I have tried paracetomol , saline nebuliser, Difflam all to no effect
    Its affecting my breathing and my...
  16. Thread: Mirocals

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    My husband has just finished his 8th injection,...

    My husband has just finished his 8th injection, just before he started this round he told me that his swallowing felt better and I had noticed he finished eating his food faster, once even before I...
  17. Thread: Mirocals

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    Hi Ellie, The trial is randomised with a...

    Hi Ellie,

    The trial is randomised with a 50/50 chance of getting the medicine or the placebo, he gets reactions to each injection site and is ill with flu like symptoms right from the start so...
  18. Thread: Mirocals

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    Hi Jerry, My husband has been on this trial...

    Hi Jerry,

    My husband has been on this trial since last year you will have to go to the hospital and do some breathing, blood test's etc. to have a base line then if you meet the criteria you will...
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