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Hi Matt, That is interesting, glucosamine for your vertigo.  I take it for

arthritis, and get vertigo all the time, so it does not do a thing for me in

that department.  Interestingly, I first got my glucosamine with boswellia, from

Amway.  I ran out and bought some at the store, and it is truly not half as good

as what i got from Amway, so am ordering more from them.  i did not think there

could be that much difference in the two, one was with chondroitin, I don't know

what that is, but i do know boswellia reduces the inflamation of the joints.  I

have never heard of it being used for dizziness, but good luck with it.  Have

you tried the epley maneuvers?  I think that is what they are called, if not,

someone will surely correct me.  They do work, several of us have done them and

found the vertigo lessens.  Bobby


From: mtmaynor@... <mtmaynor@...>

Subject: [ ] Glucosamine

Date: Saturday, February 28, 2009, 10:17 PM

When I was on Gleevec, I found that it gave me

vertigo and I was very unsteady going down stairs.

I fell a number of times and one particularly nasty

fall on the side of a pool did some damage to my

knee caps. It finally got so bad I went to my primary

care physician and he recommended that I take

Glucosamine tablets.

Any knowledgeable CMLers now if there is a drug

interaction between Tasigna (or Gleevec) and Glucosamine?

With the warmest regards,


CML of Florida

Dx January of 2005

Gleevec March of 2005

Tasigna November of 2007

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