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My lazy update for anyone whos interested


I have now been on doxy and roxi since about the 10th Sep this year.

I cannot honestly say I have had any reactions to the two antibiotics, so I decided to start the flagyl a little early (ie after only 3-4 weeks). Ok, so im impatient. It gets worse...

I also thought, lets try for the 5 day flagyl (metronidazole) pulse, and monitor my body temp and how i felt VERY closely.

So, ...
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Interesting talk on link of histamine and a "viral"


I found this bit at while looking into procarin.

Its interesting, but it seems like something that would be easy to prove (or disprove).

Elaine DeLack has a different point of view. Based on her research (she cites the Journal of Neuroscience Research; Archives of Neurology; Pharmacology, - Biochemistry and Behavior, Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine; Annals of Neurology; Journal of Neurochemistry) she writes: "I believe that MS is a result of ...
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feeling spongy pain after abx


I have been taking Minocycline 50 mg every other day for 3 weeks. I am slowly increasing it as I go. Anyways, for the last week or so I have had something like bone pain in my arm and then again in my right leg.

It was a good thing I was sitting down because when this spongy bone pain struck my right arm, I would have fallen. It was quick though. The leg ...
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Combined Avonex and Doxycycline treatment from AC/ECTRIMS

Doxycycline Could Enhance Interferon Beta 1-a (Avonex) Therapy in Remitting Relapsing MS: Presented at ECTRIMS
By Bruce Sylvester

THESSALONIKI, GREECE -- October 4, 2005 -- Interim findings from an ongoing study suggest that the addition of oral doxycycline to interferon beta 1-a (Avonex) therapy for patients with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) results in statistically significant reduction of gadolinium enhancing (Gd+) lesions compared to interferon beta 1-a monotherapy..........................

................................"We saw a great reduction in ...
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A proper Introduction

I've started on doxcycline after contacting David Wheldon. :D

1998 i was admitted to hospital with retrobulbar neuritis and spastic weakness.I was told they thought I had MS, however MRI scans were normal.I was discharged from first Neuro going from MS to ME.

I got a second opinion with an MS Specialist who said he thought it was MS but rare not to show lesions.I do ...
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Melatonin info. for Marie


Sleep disorders are common in MS, with a flattening of the normal circadian sleeping/waking rhythm, leading to wakefulness at night and somnolence during the day One cause of this may be decreased nocturnal biosynthesis of melatonin [Wu YH et al., Molecular changes underlying reduced pineal melatonin levels in Alzheimer disease: alterations in preclinical and clinical stages. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. ...
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Easing mitochondrial stress in chronic CPn infections

Apart from slowly working his way through some rewriting to his first page:

David has made a new page:

Easing mitochondrial stress in chronic Chlamydia pneumoniae infections: the use of dietary supplements

In health a balanced diet provides all the vitamins and antioxidants necessary to maintain vigour, and supplementation cannot reasonably be recommended.

In disease states, however, the situation is different. Chronic persistent infections with Chlamydia pneumoniae are characterized by high levels of ...
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BCP link/infxn in MS

This link tells of work that indicates that the human immune system is a perfect balance that is designed to precisely defeat bugs without causing self attack. It indicates that chronic infection might lead to autoimmune disease like MS and RA. Another link in the chain. ... ode=nested

Add to this the Prineas and Barnett work that says that MS is not autoimmune and you have a picture ...
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You know it might be interesting for people to document their efforts at physical therapy (physio in UK I think). One thing I saw here in the US is that we had a congressional hearing on stem cells .Two young women who had spinal cord injuries went out of country to get stem cell treatment, which was apparently successful as they could stand and modestly walk. Oddly, they felt the way the US let them ...
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Research on CPn

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