Ciaran Hughes endured “constant pain” for months, with doctors baffled as to what was wrong. [Photo: Supplied]
A father who was bedbound by Lyme disease is finally back on his feet due to a drug for alcoholism.
Ciaran Hughes, 31, developed “constant” pain, “laboured” movement and a loss of balance in March while working in Indonesia.
Multiple tests both abroad and in his native Northern Ireland came back clear, including one for Lyme disease…
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Excerpt: Disulfiram should certainly be prescribed with caution or avoided in patients with personal and familial antecedents of psychosis. Case reports are, however, not enough to guarantee the safety of a drug. Studies at larger scales are necessary. Some questions still remain unanswered.
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