Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by Slayadragon, Mar 23, 2007.
This is available as a supplement.
For more information, just google
Dr. Cheney prescribed injections of a combination of ATP and Glutathione for me for a while. I thought it helped, but man, those injections really are a pain in the a**, both literally and figuratively!
I think I stopped because I no longer could afford the expense and the travel going to Cheney entailed. The last trip resulted in a lovely three-week relapse.
I'm not up to googling the form of ATP you're considering. I think I took the ATP alone, and it made me a bit hyper. The Glutathione alone didn't do much. There was something about the combination.
I used to take glutathione/ATP shots a long time ago too, back when I could use shots (now I have a rubber allergy).
(Those shots were a pain in the butt, even with added procaine).
Apparently the ATP is not available in that form any more though, or by prescription.
There is a patented form taken orally called Peak ATP, available as a nutritional supplement.
When my doctor prescribed the nebulized glutathione, he suggested that I use the oral Peak ATP as an addition.
Apparently some of his patients had success with the combination and/or he believed the supplements worked better together. I never noticed anything, but I don't think any of the many shots I gave myself did anything noticeable. Maybe it was that I was stuck in a holding pattern with all those viruses and nothing else mattered.
I will order some of the ATP then, since the evidence is suggesting it's supposed to work synergistically.
[This Message was Edited on 03/23/2007]
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