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If no disability... Should AB's be considered?

I have no symptoms right now (posted my regimen on the regimen board)... aside from occasional mild feelings on the tops of my feet and sometimes shins.
I have never had any numbness, weakness, muscle tremors, no disability. I realize I am very lucky and hope this doesn't offend anyone.

How do you test for cpn? Is there a definitive test? Does it always start with a chest cold?

Is Antibiotic treatment indicated for someone ...
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Please read this very carefully.

Please read this very carefully. (Copied from CPn Help)

I mentioned in my first blog at CPn Help
that there was much I didn't remember about the early days of my treatment. I have never been a terribly good record keeper, but I did start out keeping a journal. For a few days I even added to this daily, but soon I could go for a couple of weeks without adding anything. This period rapidly ...
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Skeptical but not a skeptic

Hello all,
This is my first post here, although I admit to lurking about for some time. The forum is outstanding and I have gained so much valuable information from everyone. Thank You!!

My husband was diagnosed in May, 2004--Since that time he has been on Avonex (Tysabri, briefly) and doing quite well. Well enough to finally have returned to his job as an airline pilot. He is also on a myriad of supplements-fish oil, ...
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Isoniazid/Rifampicin/Amoxicillin/ Doxicycline/ Roxithromycin

Hi all,

I think I have stabilized and am beginning to see teeny weeny walking improvements amongst others on the Doxicyline/Roxithromycin/Nacetyl cysteine/Quercetin/pulsed Flagyl protocol. However as I think I may have levelled off I persuaded my doctor to prescribe Rifampicin, Amoxicillin and INH (Isoniazid). I am still in a bit of a muddle as to whether or not to take ALL the antibiotics at the same time. Could someone clarify? I'm also a little bit ...
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found a fountain of info!

I am new to this site. Due to present MS symptoms, I am working a few french fries short of a Happy Meal. Under normal circumstances= MA- Psych assessor and profiler.
MS. 5 mos. on Minocycline OD. Started on 100 mg BID X 1 week. I discontinued but my wonderful doc agreed with persistance and the dose was cut to 10 mg OD and we have been building. Up to 90 mg OD. Takes about ...
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Continued Progresson on protocol

My husband has been on the protocol about 6 weeks, and his progression seems to have increased. His walking seems so tenuous, and his balance has deteriated more. He is falling more.

He quite the Copanxone that he felt was not doing much when he started the protocol. He finished his first flagg pulse last week.

We are trying to stay positive, but we are fearing this progression will continue. Did anyone have this difficulty ...
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So Near yet So Far

Over the years, time and time again infection has been put forward as being the cause of multiple sclerosis. In 1894 Pierre Marie, a former student of Jean Martin Charcot, the father of neurology, argued strongly that infection was the cause of multiple sclerosis. He did not know the specific infective agent but was certain that a treatment would soon be available in the form of a "vaccine of Pasteur or lymph of Koch." ...
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Flagyl dosage


I was wondering if anyone knew how flagyl builds up in the body over each day. For example, how long (how many days) does it take for the flagyl to reach its peak levels in our blood?
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Tovaxin, oh and abx...

Just a thought which keeps bugging me.

Tovaxin (the MS "vaccine") appears really positive. And from my understanding, its based around killing the immune cells that attack myelin. The doctors breed these from the sufferers own blood.

The thought is, it would be interesting to see if these same T-cells would attack, oh, i dont know, say CPn.
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Did any of you have Lyme testing?

Before we found your board and the MS-bacteria connection, my husband was in the process of being tested for Lyme again. Last year both the Elsa and Western Blot were negative/indeterminate.

Igenex the lab we used has a broader view point than CDC. We received the last results this week, the IgM was negative by CDC and indeterminate by Igenex, his IgG was positive by both criterias.

IgM indicates a current infection and IgG indicates ...
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