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Caution and Concerns - Minocycline and Antibiotics For MS

HI Friends please read
http://ccsviinms.blogspot.com.au/2017/0 ... e-and.html

Minocycline is believed to hamper reabsorption of cerebrospinal fluid in the brain, potentially creating intracranial hypertension and vision loss. In fact, doctors know about this side effect, and it has been well documented. For someone with already slowed venous flow and build-up of CSF (as a patient with CCSVI), this side effect could be even more harmful.

regards
seeva
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The People's Pharmacy discusses Lyme Disease

The People's Pharmacy discusses...

"What you need to know about Lyme disease."

https://www.peoplespharmacy.com/2017/06 ... e-disease/

Download the mp3 directly from the link below.

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Lyme Disease Stories:

Both of our guests on today’s show are physicians, and both have suffered with Lyme disease that went undiagnosed and untreated for many years. In Dr. Spector’s case, the primary symptoms were heart rhythm ...
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Antibiotics

Those anti-biotics in the acne drug are part of the Wheldon protocol. Maybe benefits realised by people on it had nothing to with Chlamydiae..
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Acne drug slows Multiple Sclerosis development

Minocycline, a common acne drug, has been found to delay the progress of multiple sclerosis (MS) for patients in the early stages of the condition...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/acne-drug-slows-ms-development-010617
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Seriously thinking about to start Dr. Wheldon treatment

Hi everyone,

I just discovered about David's theory yesterday, and in a single day I got the most stunning theory I've read till now.

I got diagnosed last September, due to an Optical neuritis, and started the Copaxone 40mg treatment last January.

I knew my body did not become crazy all of a sudden, and till yesterday (and just through a 6th sense), I thought it would be some sort of Zoster virus, so I ...
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Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP) vs CPn

Hi all

Have just discovered the Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP) thesis as possibly the major cause of Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis cases, and of course Red Hill Biopharmaceuticals are also claiming it may be the causative pathogen in MS cases.

I've recently trialled a few patients with MS with the Wheldon protocol which uses abx geared to destroying Chlamydophila pneumonia (CPn) as the presumed most likely cause, with good results so far. These ...
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Wheldon protocol , contacting david ? ( norwegian user )

Hi,
i'm new on this forums, so first : apologize for typo's and grammar mistakes- i'm norwegian.

I have this trial from 2004 in Norway where they have findings in the spinal fluid. ( cystic structures )
I also talked with the persons conducting it.

Would be insanely great to be able to contact David and discuss a thing with him, as they tried antibiotics in norway with no success- want to ask what they ...
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Why don't links I make to CPn Help work?

my old posts include links and they don't work. I'd like to include in new post. Please help. Thanks, Ken
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Treating MS using antibiotics - new website

Hi there,

I've created a new website to help those who are trying to treat their CCSVI and MS using antibiotics:

Through my journey of being diagnosed with MS, CCSVI and Cpn, I've relied heavily on scientific information I've accessed through the internet. Much of it has been pretty heavy to read...especially for a person with a neurological disease. Because of this, I created a website which is a companion to the excellent patient forum ...
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Simple strategy: Doxycycline for 2-3 weeks, then "pulsing"

I am new to this forum, but not new to the topic.
I suspected MS early in the 1990s, read everything I could find on MS causation = etiology, had the impression that it might be a severe form of late (tick) neuroborreliosis.

However, I have been "sero-negative" on repeated testing in 1991 and following years (twice negative in CFS), whatever this means. (From what I have read - a lot! - I have no ...
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