Do macrolides penetrate into CNS ?
One of the german specialists did some journal research on azithromycin (I can list the studies if someone is interested). It seems that azithromycin does accumulate very good in brain tissue but not in spinal fluid.
Does someone know if this is also true for Roxythromycin? I think that MS patients do have quite serious damage to the blood brain barrier and this might result in higher levels than in other people. I'm asking myself if I can get sufficient brain tissue levels of Roxythromycin even if I don't have MS but other CNS problems (e.g. brain fog, light sensitivity, ...). I don't think that my blood brain barrier is damaged in the same way as in a MS patient. Thanks for input.