Do you think it maybe because they are being directed there?Anecdote wrote:It is a great shame that so few people post here anymore but rather prefer the much more active site of CPn Help. You might try to look there ....
Anecdote wrote:Well, I don't think that anybody who started the treatment that long ago was actually in a wheelchair, so I can't answer that! It all depends on where the worst damage in the cns is: I had very little spinal damage so I was able to recover more easily. Tricia's responses look promising though, but you will have to be patient: to start with, the third antibiotic causes most people a temporary setback, which tends to be worse the earlier it is started. This is what causes most people to stop the treatment, thinking that they are having a relapse: it's not an easy thing to do and I think you are both very brave.
Actually, out of interest, does that "other" website have similar restrictions onto linking here, that here has with it....Anecdote wrote:Of course they are, Cheeky. There is a big link put on the Catalyst transcript by Maryanne for starters and if someone asks me here if anyone apart from me is improvin, I have to direct them there................Sarah
CureOrBust wrote:Actually, out of interest, does that "other" website have similar restrictions onto linking here, that here has with it....
Anecdote wrote:Hi Mick, you really need you keep the doctor on your side so I should go along with the amoxicillin since it is just for seven days. It is compatible with the treatment and used to be used before NAC. Some people take it even now, even if they are taking NAC. It is often used for urine infections and they can often be silent.
Hello to Trish!!
Anecdote wrote:NHE, I have seen most of these before, but none of them say why a link to http://www.CPn Help.org doesn't work anymore. They did when Arron was the chief moderator.
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