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  1. Specifically the ingredients tolnaftate or miconazole nitrate?
  2. Has anyone seen an exacerbation in tics using this? I like to ask here before I use new things to confirm.
  3. I prefer to ask here when I try something new to check if anyone has had issues with it. Serrapeptase, the pill, have you used this? Or any other supplements? Or wart cream, like what you paint on warts to remove them. I appreciate it.
  4. I fixed a word I didn't include the first time I made this thread. I just found this subject when I googled on those pills and other things again.
  5. Has anyone had any sort of change in tics from using this type of cream like for athletes foot if you get that? Let me know.
  6. Do any of you use this for tics and has there been an increase or decrease?
  7. Does anyone here use silica? I am wanting to try it for something else but want to make sure it won't affect tics, though.
  8. The tic I have is a blinking tic. It is usually controlled with clonidine. I have tinnitus and have been trying some different supplements to get it to go away. I have used all of these before but recently I have a strange sensation around my eyes that was very similar like the feeling I had in my eyes when I had yet to begin clonidine. The dosage was: ginkgo biloba 24% ginkgo flavonol glycosides 6% terpene lactone grape seed extract magnesium arginine pycnogenol zinc astaxanthin alcar nac pyrroloquinoline quinone wobenzym I would usually only tkae pyrroloquinoline quinone once or twie a week using 10mg because it lowers glutathione which is beneficial for protecting the ears, in other words, the ears need glutathione, but the other day I decided to take 20mg in one day that is still a typical dosage and that levening my eyes started to feel wieird. My eyes had a bizarre sensation that was almost like I need to blink, but not quite, more of a soreness. I didn't have a brushing in my eyes like this since i started the drug. Anyway i wasn't sure if it was the tic coming back or if it was some reaction to something else. When I had this it was almost as if I needed to blink, to give an example, when I have a blinking tic the feeling goes from a 1 to 1a 10 and then I need to blink for it to go away. But this sensation was somewhere around a 4 or 5, like I almost had to blink. I didn't know if it was a tic that was somehow being lessened by the medication or if it was something else happening. The other thing I did that day was take a larger dose of wobenzym, i went from the normal dose of 3 pills 3 times a day to 4 pills 3 times a day. WHen I used it previously I had taken this amount before with no issues, so I am thinking it was the pyrroloquinoline quinone (pqq). This supplement has no reported effect on tinnitus beut it is claimed to promote mitochondrial biogenesis so I thought it might be effective in rebuilding the cells in the ear. I wonder if I had some weird reaction to the larger dose. Do any of you here have any experience with pyrroloquinoline quinone or wobenzym igniting tics? I was additionally trying nicotinimide riboside but I don't think that changed the feeling.
  9. The same thing may have happened to me. How long did it take for the magnification in tics to go away.
  10. I was discussing with a doctor the possibility of using hgh to help heal a joint injury. I know steroids are not recommended for people with tics because they can cause the tics to exacerbate, but I'm curious if anyone knows if hgh would have this same effect. Technically hgh is not a steroid but I thought I'd ask here to see if anyone had any experience with hgh and tics. Edit: here's a study called "New-onset Tourette syndome following human growth hormone therapy." http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17179718 There doesn't appear to be any text, though, but I found it here: http://www.karger.com/Article/Abstract/98099 Apparently it was daily therapy used on a 10 year old boy.
  11. It's also a good idea to make a list of all the names that MSG goes by so you can help identify it on labels.
  12. NAC is an over the counter supplement that you can try on your own if you're not accepted. Of course the monitoring would be awfully nice to have. Cool, I didn't know NAC was being studied for tics.
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