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... ontrol throughout the pregnancy. My doctors advised me to be under control for at least 3 months before I got pregnant. Prednisone is really your only option for treatment if you want to get pregnant. ... (5 replies)
High cpk
Aug 6, 2009
... periods of time that walking feels like my legs are moving through thick syrup and the muscles burn after walking just a short distance. I had higher than normal CPK result, and we attribute it to the myo. ... (5 replies)
... biotic means against life. After you finish your antibiotic treatment you will need to do a probiotic 'for life' to but the good bacteria back into your body otherwise you will have imbalances and be a great candidate for candida. ... (17 replies)

... g cramps! It wasn't until a several months ago that I thought about a possible link to the statins. So I talked to my family doc about that ... and he tested for CPK and sure enough they were elevated! No surprise there! ... (2 replies)
... t worry away anything. Instead, do your research so that you are armed with knowledge. You need to be a part of your treatment team. The best way to defaet your enemy is to get to know it. ... (17 replies)
... d the Dr. should ask for immunofluorescence studies with that to look for immune complexes deposited in the skin layers. Dermatomyositis usually causes extremely high CPK and aldolase levels, so that is unlikely but not impossible. ... (3 replies)
Polymiositis
Jan 16, 2007
... I had gotten my diagnosis from a high cpk level and from samples of my muscle tissue. ... (8 replies)
... I am currently doing the antibiotic treatment. I have improve and i feel great that i am. Although your cpk is 400 is still a little high. ... (4 replies)
... I also inject methotrexate every week. CPK 2 years ago was at 7,000. It came down to 150 last spring and then bumped back up to 600 in July. Last month it had come down to 350. ... (3 replies)
... Pattianne: I see that you responded well to prednisone and methatrexate but do not have those drugs now because of the side effects, right? I was diagnosed almost two years ago. Responded well to prednisone, in April CPK had gone up again and in June, it had gone to 450 (after a year in the 100's; it got as high as 6,500 before the meds). Now, I am injecting methatrexate once... (13 replies)
... I am 50 years old and was diagnosed in 2000. At that time my CPK was 18000 and I was barely able to lift my arms and legs. ... (14 replies)
... I recently got good news: my CKs are back to normal after treatment. It was and still is a multi-faceted treatment - prednisone, methotrexate (injected), immunoglobulin intra-veinous (75g) monthly, physiotherapy (daily exercise), traditional Chinese medecine, acupuncture, chiropractics, osteopathy. And I don't know if it was one particular remedy or the ensemble that did the... (14 replies)
... Hi...Yes..I was diagnosed with PM. I am on prednisone...60mg a day for right now...she mentioned a different treatment, cause the prednisone isnt working for me. I am doing the muscle biopsy on monday to be definite, but all of my bloodwork came back positive for it. My CPK levels are 550, and my Anti-Jo-1 level is high...I am praying it doesnt get worse before it gets... (11 replies)
... I only took 10 mg of Methotrexate and I feel so weak in 3 days that my voice fades away when I talked. My Physician removed it from my treatment and replaced it with Imuran 150mg. In addition I was also taking Prednisone but 40 mg made my muscles weaker and brought my blood sugar up. ... (15 replies)
... nformation. I was diagnosed with polymyositis 3 years ago. The first year of giagnosis, after receiving a combination of treatments with Prednison and Imuran, my CPK dropped from a high of 17,000 to 2,000. ... (15 replies)




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