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treatment for the chronic brain inflammation?

Hello,

I’ve been having chronic brain inflammation for about 6 years, and I have consulted many doctors and tried various drugs for my case …

I tried the following:

Felden 20 MG ( got a little improvement)

Cortisone for 2 months ( got no improvement )

I have tried other NSAIDs like (xefo , mobic, Ibuprofen, celebrex)

and i took Omega 3 – green tea – Curcuma – Ginger – B complex

 I wish to know what’s the best anti inflammation drug I can take for my case something i take for kinda long time and wait for results

the brain inflammation  affected all the brain centers and affected my sight. Speech, walking, and memory

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  • patricia888 patricia888 abdalla73403

    Hello,

    I'm very sorry to hear about your illness. I can only imagine what you must be going through. As a Christian, I believe in prayer, but I believe that God put things in our reach that will help us, such as doctors, natural remedies (that doctors disagree with most of the time). Here in Gulfport, Ms, USA, we have a place called Dr.'S Nutrition, that deals strictly with vitamins and natural remedies.

    I have something sort of similar called "neuropathy", which is inflammation to the nerves in extremities due to damage to the nerves in the in the back. However, when I began to perform research, I found that it can also be due to a lack of some very important B vitamins, such as B-12, B-6 and B-1. So, I decided to go to Dr. Nutrition, who gave me a B-Complex and an additional B-12 Foliate to take (2 per day of each for at least 3 weeks before coming back). I ended up going to the emergency room that night, because after 4 days of suffering, I couldn't take it anymore, and he gave me something for the pain, but he also gave me a prescription for "neurontin" twice a day.

    Now, I've had these symptoms before, but no one seemed to know what it was. It's been three weeks, and I am still having some slight symptoms, such as soarness of muscles, and nerve sensativity (if I stub my toe, it feels 10 times worse than it really is), but the symptoms have improved greatly.

    One thing I did not include is I have excessive insomnia, which means I don't sleep for days. I have noticed an improvement in that as well. I still have insomnia, but it doesn't last for 4 or 5 days. I may have it for a couple of days, and then I'll finally sleep for at least 4 or 5 hours, sometimes longer. I can't remember the last time that happened. It's improving more and more as tie goes on.

    I don't know where you are, but if you don't have access to the B vitamins, maybe I can help you with that. Let me know. In the meantime, I'll remember you in my prayers.

    Sincerely,

    Patricia

    Christ died and shed His blood for our sins. Believe, receive and repent to God, asking for forgiveness gets you saved and safe.

    • abdalla73403 abdalla73403 patricia888

      Thank you for your time to explain to me all of these

      my condition is similar to neuropathy, but the inflammation is on all my brain

      fortunately i'm a nutrition specialist and that helped me a lot

      i take B-complex as you recommend

      and as i mentioned i take  Omega 3 and other herbs that could help me

      i'm Muslim and believe in God as well and i only count on him to help me and as you mentioned

      "God put things in our reach that will help us, such as doctors, natural remedies"

      i have insomnia too sometimes i can't sleep for few days and it happened to me not to sleep for a week

      and when i sleep i sleep for 2 or 4 hours

      some days i feel better and sometimes i feel worse

      what i have now i had it before and it lasted for a year i didn't take medicine or anything i just stopped smoking and prayed to god

      and i just few days i got fully recovered

      unfortunately i smoked again and i got the symptoms again

      i diagnosed my self, doctors failed to diagnose me, so i did my research

      so i found that the smoking is what caused that and the symptoms i have are because of inflammation

      what i have affected my cognition, feelings, thinking, memory ....)

      so some doctors think it's depression or any other psychological illness 

      and they gave me antidepressant antipsychotic drugs, and that didn't work

      i'm from Egypt and i think doctors did all that they can do

      all i can do is to take the natural remedies and the medicine ( b complex and an NSAIDs )and wait for the god to answer my prayers as he did before with me 

      i won't give up

      Thank you

      Abdalla 

  • tahera28 tahera28 abdalla73403

    assalamualaikum & hello

    I have this funny feeling top of my head , it feels numb and I have brain fog . My search in the net has found brain inflammation, and I believe that is my problem too . My condition does feel better taking NSAID . 

    I have stumbled upon your post searching for brain inflammation and effect of Felden . You know much about this brain inflammation thing . Will you pls share some advice ? Currently I am taking NSAID and raw tarmeric juice . 

    Thank You 

     

    • abdalla73403 abdalla73403 tahera28

      reall i have tried many medications the only thing that helped me is feledin but i have no significant improvement

      this is not my first time i have had the same condition befor it lasted for 1 year and i got fully recovered with only one thing, praying to god and he really saved me,

      so my true advice no matter what your religin is, just count on god and pray him and he will help you

      this time i'm in this condition for 13 years now, and i didn't give up to get fully recoved, now i take no medication, i just keep praying to god and i feel he will save me again as he did once with me

      i hope that could help

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