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"Curing Patients is not a sustainable Business Model"
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Aussie Barb
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 Posted: Wed Sep 22nd, 2021 03:34

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Thank you Chris for sharing.

The dosing I follow comes from https://www.mycancerstory.rocks/
I take 250 to 350mg dose per day- 4 to 7 days per week depending on what feels comfortable.
Barb…



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 Posted: Wed Sep 22nd, 2021 15:03

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Barb,

Someday, maybe, I'll get to your dosage levels. Right now, a minimal dose hammers me, and that dose is topical, no idea how much gets through the skin.

17 years ago, mino was like that - a quarter pill could ruin my day.

As always, your mileage will vary on the MP.

(oops, this is Chris on Karen's acct)



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 Posted: Wed Oct 20th, 2021 01:09

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CT-21-0073482 10/13/2021 12:29 EDT CT Thorax w/o Contrast (Verified)
Reason For Exam  (CT Thorax w/o Contrast) Fungal ball
CT Findings
CT Thorax w/o Contrast
Exam Date: 10/13/2021 12:29 PM EDT

Accession#: CT210073482
Indication: "Fungal ball."
Comparison: August 19, 2021
Intravenous contrast: None

FINDINGS:
Lines/tubes/devices: None
Thyroid: Unremarkable, stable
Lungs/pleural spaces: Several sub centimeter and ill-defined nodules are present in the right upper lobe, partially  bronchocentric with associated peribronchial thickening and mucous plugging, overall showing no significant change.

Nodules range from punctate to approximately 0.7 cm (series 3, images 21, 25, 37). Mild patchy groundglass also evident in the left lower lobe which may not be significantly changed (image 36). Post surgical changes involving the left upper lobe with  suture material tracking along the fissural plane. Slightly decreased left perisutural opacity. Prior 0.5 cm nodule in the high left apex is stable (image 17). No new consolidation. No pleural effusions.

Axillary/supraclavicular/mediastinal lymph nodes: Sub centimeter supraclavicular nodes measure up to 0.8 cm on the right  side (series 2, image 10). No axillary adenopathy. Multistation mediastinal adenopathy- a left paratracheal node measures 1.2  cm in short axis (series 2, image 32), previously 1.4 cm. A subcarinal node measures 1.2 cm in short axis, previously 1.7 cm.

A few nodes show a slight decrease in size. Hilar nodes appear slightly decreased in size. Nodal calcifications identified, suggestive of prior granulomatous  sarcoidosis disease.

Heart and great vessels: Not enlarged. Decreased pericardial effusion, with a minimal residual. Scattered atherosclerotic aortic and coronary artery calcifications.

Esophagus: Unremarkable
Upper abdomen: Stable subcentimeter hypodensity in the right hepatic lobe. No obvious acute process Scattered  Bones/soft tissues: Orthopedic hardware involving the right scapula. No acute osseous abnormalities.


CT Findings
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IMPRESSION:
1. Several ill-defined right upper lobe nodules again identified, largely subcentimeter with associated peribronchial
thickening/partial endobronchial filling, showing no definite significant change. Findings may be in keeping with
granulomatous sarcoidosis  disease or possibly related to infection and some degree of airways disease. No distinct new nodule or new consolidation.

2. Postsurgical changes involving the left lung with a similar nonspecific nodule in the left apex and subtle groundglass in  the left lower lobe.  
3. Previously seen trace left pleural effusion has resolved. Mediastinal and bilateral hilar adenopathy persist, however a few nodes show a decrease in size. Continued follow-up is recommended for these findings. Electronically signed by: MD
Physician signed date/time: 10/13/2021 1:15 PM EDT

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I wanted to share with the forum my recent Ct Lung Scan .



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 Posted: Wed Oct 20th, 2021 02:25

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Thank you Chess for your post
I see in your signature line - says Benicar 6 hourly. is that current?

I am interested to know if you are taking or thinking about using any other therapy as discussed here on the MP site as well?

Thank you Chess, All best, Barb ...



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 Posted: Wed Oct 20th, 2021 23:47

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Barb, I will be on Ivermectin as soon as possible. My primary physician who prescribes Benicar for the last 17 years ,I hope will have no issue with me taking Ivermectin.His main concern right now are my Liver blood levels elevated by Vfend or Voriconazole. I need a medicine that will treat a serious lung fungal infection and highly active Pulmonary Sarcoidosis.



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 Posted: Thu Oct 21st, 2021 00:02

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You can't compare the safety of Ivermectin, which is one of the safest drugs in the formulary, with that of Vfend or Voriconazole. I guess its hard to teach an old horse new tricks, I sure get tired of trying to get the message through to Medicine that
1. They have no idea what causes the inflammation of Sarcoidosis (hint: maybe it is a virus, we just found that CoV2 induces Th1 inflammation)
2. It is almost impossible to detect viral infections with routine diagnostic tests
3. If you give a patient treatment which doesn't work as expected, maybe you need to think the whole problem out again....

since I am not a physician I am not going to give anybody any advice, that might get me into trouble, but have you thought of at least trying the Zinc Picolinate? Doc usually leaves that supplement under a patient's control...

..Trevor..


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