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Coimbra explains his D Protocol - MUST WATCH/lLISTEN

Postby PointsNorth » Fri Feb 06, 2015 8:39 pm

I started the protocol in September 2014. Not knowing correct dosing I started at 40Kiu/day and worked my way up to 100kKiu (too much) recently. Based on my weight I shoud be at about 65Kiu. My diary helped confirm this was the best dosing level. STUDY/UNDERSTAND THE PROTOCOL WELL BEFORE UNDERTAKING.

http://youtu.be/soKM6z1cdiM


http://mscure.aussieblogs.com.au/the-bl ... eatment-3/

My summary:
OZZIE mother's D experience from her blog (actual Coimbra patient)
40,000iu/day
* no bananas
* calcium - no dairy, soy
* no Voltaren or Ibruprofen
* 2.5 litres water per day (to eliminate calcium she says)
* Taking B12(1000mcg) B2(200mg) & Omega 3 DHA

She says that she's had MS 15 years but she doesn't seem that badly affected all things considered.
Over 2013. Her words: Dramatic improvement in strength/balance/coordination as observed by her neurologist. And no new lesions over 12 months.
Greatly improved incontinence. "90%" improvement in fatigue

Another MRI August 2014 no report as yet
Also . . .
Dr. C told her that children should take 1000iu per 5kg
Dr. C told another patient on 50Kiu/day who had a relapse on the protocol to increase to 100Kiu for 5 days. The relapse resolved

After a relapse in 2010 Oz mother had drop foot and weakness in rt. Leg. Now completely resolved. She partially attributes improvement to Physio but mostly to the protocol.
She now says she considers herself 100% improved. 1-1/2 years on protocol.
Albany 2010. Brooklyn 2011
Hayes inspired Calcitriol+D3 2013-2014
Coimbra Protocol 2014-15
DrG B12 Transdermal Spray 2014-15
Progesterone 2015
My Current Regimen http://www.thisisms.com/forum/regimens-f22/topic25634.html
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Re: Coimbra explains his D Protocol - MUST WATCH/lLISTEN

Postby harry1 » Sat Feb 07, 2015 7:18 am

PointsNorth, I watched the YouTube presentation and so thanks ... however I do have a question and that is why don't you take ibuprofen? ... as at least for motor neuron diseases like the one I have (CIDP) as well as ALS there's been recent posted research (ALS Forums) showing that high dose ibuprofen has a positive effect on the specific pro-inflammatory signals that may help those who have certain motor neurological diseases. Thanks !!
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Re: Coimbra explains his D Protocol - MUST WATCH/lLISTEN

Postby PointsNorth » Sat Feb 07, 2015 8:07 pm

Hi Harry,

I don't know why ibuprofen is singled out. I too have read about ibuprofen's positive upsides. I use for stiff muscles myself and haven't avoided while on the protocol. Make sure you are working with your doctor before starting the protocol.

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Hayes inspired Calcitriol+D3 2013-2014
Coimbra Protocol 2014-15
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Progesterone 2015
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Re: Coimbra explains his D Protocol - MUST WATCH/lLISTEN

Postby 1eye » Sat Feb 07, 2015 10:28 pm

Pain killers are a problem. Ibuprofen affects your kidneys, acetaminophen your liver, opiates your bowels, aleve I don't know but it hurts my stomach (take with food), and so on... You could try alternating the ones you can stand...
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Re: Coimbra explains his D Protocol - MUST WATCH/lLISTEN

Postby harry1 » Sun Feb 08, 2015 12:52 pm

PointsNorth wrote:Hi Harry,

I don't know why ibuprofen is singled out. I too have read about ibuprofen's positive upsides. I use for stiff muscles myself and haven't avoided while on the protocol. Make sure you are working with your doctor before starting the protocol.

PN

O.k. thank you !!
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Re: Coimbra explains his D Protocol - MUST WATCH/lLISTEN

Postby harry1 » Sun Feb 08, 2015 12:56 pm

1eye wrote:Pain killers are a problem. Ibuprofen affects your kidneys, acetaminophen your liver, opiates your bowels, aleve I don't know but it hurts my stomach (take with food), and so on... You could try alternating the ones you can stand...

Yeap one needs to definitely be careful when taking them as I usually cycle my aspirin intake. Thank's for posting !!
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