Abstract: Efficacy of neurotropin in chronic fatigue syndrome: a case report

Hiroshima J Med Sci. 2006 Mar;55(1):35-7.

Toda K, Kimura H.

Department of Rehabilitation, Hiroshima Prefectural Rehabilitation Center, Higashi-Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan.

Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a disorder that causes general fatigue and chronic widespread pain. A 28-year-old male visited an outpatient department due to general fatigue and pain involving the entire body. He did not suffer from fibromyalgia, but he was diagnosed with CFS.

At the initial visit, he complained of lack of concentration, memory decline, frequent urination, insomnia and occasional difficulty of emotional control, as well as general fatigue and pain involving the entire body. Four tablets of Neurotropin per day alone were administered. General fatigue and pain were gradually alleviated one week later. His sleep condition, concentration power, and memory also improved two weeks later.

Medication was discontinued from 11 weeks based on the patient’s judgment as he felt little general fatigue and pain involving the entire body. Treatment was completed 3 months later. The symptoms disappeared and did not recur five months after the discontinuation of Neurotropin. He was looking for a job without fatigue and pain 8 months later (5 months after the cessation of treatment). The functional mechanisms of Neurotropin in CFS are unknown.

PMID: 16594551 [PubMed – in process]

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  1. tramboso says:

    Could you tell me where can i buy Neurotropin, pack with 20 tablets of 4 NU, i am living in Toronto,On, Canada, my email: antenuda@yahoo.com, i’ll apreciate your help….my email: antenuda@yahoo.com

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