Don't know if that's your name or just your screen name, but I like it either way. I had a cousin who I loved with that name and I've always liked the King Arthur stories with Merlin the wizard. (In fact, I used to avidly read all of them I could get my hands on....but there aren't that many.)
I do heartily believe that, what will work for one of us won't often work for others. I didn't used to feel that way, so I can understand someone being vehement about their successful treatment, and thinking it will work for everyone. But, through the years I've seen just too many cases where what worked SO well for one person didn't work at all for another. So, in order for us all to get help, we really do need to be exposed to the various possible treatments, so we can see what fits our situation.
The Marshall Protocol vs other antibiotic treatments is such a good example of this. The MP would not be a good treatment for anyone who doesn't have the excess 1,25 Dihydroxy D levels in testing, but for those of us who do, it makes a lot of sense. (The 1,25 dihydroxy D test is not the typical 25-hydroxy D test, which I actually tested low in.) The more I read about it, the more I could see how well it fit my case. I have never been able to take calcium either because it makes my muscle cramping worse, and have been deficient in magnesium. These are also signs of Th1 disease. I have a friend with MS who tried another ABX treatment and it made her worse. (Not the MP.)
If I can find a doctor to administer the MP, it will be my first foray into the realm of ABX for treating this disease, after 13 years of research and searching for what I thought fit for me. (I'm seeing one Thursday, who I may or may not be able to convince.)
If there are others here who have tried, or are trying ABX, I'd love to hear about their experiences, or is there a good way of searching for that in the archives? (I figure that, if I just put 'antibiotics' into it, I'll just get ALL posts, which maybe I should just read!