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Old 03-23-2011, 12:21 AM   #1
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Albuterol

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A small note from me the stubborn one that never thinks any medication will help

After reading the posts of the use of Albuterol I've decided the next time I see my neurologist I'm going to try it.

Fatigue is getting to me a bit and just to walk from my car to my room is making me exhausted.

Opening my eyes and mind a bit

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Mandy,

Go for it. I was skeptical when my doctor asked me. But I was very pleased with the results within 2-3 weeks of starting it. Keep in mind, it won't make you stronger. It makes you feel less fatigued and more energetic.

The best example is that I used to have nights when I was about to climb the stairs to my second floor and I'd think "I REALLY don't feel like this tonight." And it would take me 7-8 minutes to make the climb. Once I was on the Albuterol, I felt more energetic and the climb took about 3 minutes.

Albuterol does two things. 1) it increases the oxygen that your cells are getting, and 2) It stimulates protein synthesis in the cells. Basically that means it's helping your cells use the protein that you're getting from the food you eat.

I hope it works out for you. -Mark

 
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Old 03-23-2011, 07:05 PM   #3
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The report I red is about Aminophylline, which is a bronchodilator.
it has a reference for viagra to. I paste it here:

" One in particular, aminophylline, had a significantly stronger effect on the fishes' muscle structure and survival.
"The compound is not replacing the lost dystrophin protein in the fishes' muscles," said Children's Kunkel, who is also a professor of pediatrics and of genomics at Harvard Medical School, "but rather is compensating for that loss."
Aminophylline is an anti-inflammatory and is already in clinical use to treat asthma. A non-selective phosphodiesterase (PDE) inhibitor, it blocks the same biochemical pathway as sildenafil citrate (Viagra®, Pfizer). When studied in the zebrafish model, sildenafil also had a strong positive effect, similar to aminophylline"
Let us know what happened if you take the albuterol.
I am gona be the next Guinea pig...

 
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