Home Forums Diplomate Discussion Should I Switch the Formula?

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    • #7143
      collincampbell
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      What are your guys thoughts on this: A patient reports 30% improvement in 2 weeks. Do you continue or try the other formula you wrote down as option B? Some context. Gave MHLQCXDT due to a facial rash with itch. Now doing GZEYBYT.

    • #7682
      Liz
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      ewabartys

    • #7681
      collincampbell
      Participant

      But in SHL context, yes

    • #7679
      Arnaud Versluys
      Keymaster

      Left cun?

    • #7997
      Arnaud Versluys
      Keymaster

      I guess it’s subtle to discern the slippery from the superficial sometimes.

    • #7678
      Christoph Ludwig Beer
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    • #7680
      laurieayres
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      Difficult to say. If it’s a definite 30% improvement, then you’re on the right track. I’d base it on how long the problem has been there, how stubborn it is, etc, but if the pulse is unchanged, and there is a clear definite improvement then I’d generally go for a bit longer (especially if grnaules).

    • #8003
      collincampbell
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      Nah. But I wanted there to be.

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