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I have been receiving IVIG for nearly 9 yrs. At first, I used Gammunex with fairly mild side effects. Then my supplier insisted it was no longer available and put me on Gammagard that caused bad headaches, fatigue, pain and some nausea. I finally wrote to IG Living regarding how I could get back to Gammunex. They quickly responded that all I needed to do was have my doctor write an RX for "Gammunex Only" and that did it!! I do much better now. My premeds are 400 mg Ibuprofen, 25 Benadryl, 50 mg IV solu-cortef pre and post treatment. I also take my RX headache meds and pain meds as I also suffer from FM and chronic fatigue. I am doing much better now and no longer have to wipe out my schedule for a week after tx! Thank God for the resource of IG Living! I do have problems sleeping the first and often second night after tx that I am sure is due to the steroid. I just block out a few days to adjust and rest when I can. But, so much better than I did with Gammagard!!
Because symptoms of nighttime sleep disruption and daytime sleepiness are cyclical in patients with Non-24, with severity varying according to the state of alignment of the individual patient's circadian rhythm with the 24-hour day (least severe when fully aligned, most severe when 12 hours out of alignment), efficacy endpoints for nighttime total sleep time and daytime nap duration were based on the 25% of nights with the least nighttime sleep, and the 25% of days with the most daytime nap time. In Study 1, patients in the HETLIOZ group had, at baseline, an average 195 minutes of nighttime sleep and 137 minutes of daytime nap time on the 25% of most symptomatic nights and days, respectively. Treatment with HETLIOZ resulted in a significant improvement, compared with placebo, for both of these endpoints in Study 1 and Study 2 (see Table 2).