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Anti- inflammatories

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I was wondering about suggestions for anti inflammatories. I can't find anything that works like advil- advil even works better for my son than all the ivigs he has had. Curcumin and fish oil increase his sympt

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Search "anti inflammatories" once you are in this group.  There are more than 10 pages of hits.  Some have described turmeric as doing really well.

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Rlz already mentioned curcumin.

Any luck, Rlz?  I'm wondering too.  Curcumin doesn't seem to do it for me, we've tried both a proprietary extract (Pure Encapsulations) and just turmeric powder stewed up with butter and pepper.  Ibuprofen does seem to do me some good, but I can't tolerate that daily for more than two weeks at a time (stomach).  Practitioner wanted to prescribe Celebrex (celecoxib) but I'm hesitant, not clear how safe it's currently thought to be and does it work (for PANS)?

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I use cayenne pepper. It's pretty spicy and isn't for everyone. I like to make some bone-broth and put like a tablespoon of cayenne it, and usually chug it. Some people make a tea out of it and that isn't bad. I usually like to drink it fast because it likes to float to the top. I use cayenne tinctures too, but they can burn.

Just an idea. Not for kids though. 

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