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An Empirical Course Of Treatment

I am going to be following the regime for the treatment of adults with chronic persistent Chlamydia pneumoniae infection.

Doxycycline 200mg once a day
Roxithromycin 150 mg twice a day
After three months five day pulses of Metronidazole 400mg three times a day

Vitamins and Supplements have a big part to play in that they will help to repair some of the damage caused by MS

Vitamin C 1 Gram daily (antioxidant)
Vitamin B complex ...
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Antibiotics as a treatment in the UK.

To anyone thinking about trying the antibiotic treatment who lives in the UK.

It would probably be worth contacting your GP in the first instance, giving him/her David Wheldon's papers to peruse, unless you felt you have a very forward thinking neurologist, of course! If that fails, Dr. David Wheldon is a consultant microbiologist and does not charge for a private consultation, since his primary concern is to get people better. He can sometimes manage ...
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Calling anyone using antibiotics as a treatment for MS

Will anyone currently trying antibiotics, whether minocycline being used as an immunomodulator, or the full-blown treatment, please post updates in the regimens section? whether good, bad or no change. It would appear at the moment that it is only Byron's girlfriend and myself trying the complete treatment, Wilson on minocycline and Karrie who decided it wasn't for her. I know there are more, but it would seem we are the only ones.

Please!!

Sarah
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Merely anecdotal

I would just like to say that I only started my posts because of the results of my MRI scan 6 months after starting antibiotic treatment. No misdiagnosis possible here, having seen the original scans. Nobody on that thread seemed inclined to raise a debate: was I supposed to start one myself? I am too busy working to spend all day arguing with myself. I was talking solely from my own experience, which I thought ...
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Antibiotic Update

TOO ALL:

In view of all of the recent "discoveries" pointing to a possible pathogenic cause for all of us, I have a request.

Anyone who has been pursuing this venue of treatment, please post an update as to the effectiveness........or lack there of. (Ie: symptoms diminishing, intensifying, side effects, MRI results, etc.) Please try to be fairly detailed if you would.

I for one have an appointment soon with both my Neuro. and at ...
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Chlamydia pneumoniae: the possible cause of MS?

My husband started with this posting on the Minocycline thread:

Posted: Mon Jun 14, 2004 7:36 pm Post subject:

A small double-blind trial of antibiotics from the Vanderbilt team has just been presented at a conference:

Sriram, S., Song, Y., Moses, H., Stratton, C.W., Wolinsky J.: A pilot study to examine the effect of antibiotic therapy on MRI outcomes in relapsing remitting MS. Poster Presentation. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of ...
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minocycline

Minocycline is an antibiotic which I took daily from the age of 21 to 27 years old for the treatment of acne. It is a tetracycline antibiotic, and I stopped it when I learned of my pregnancy with my second child at 27 years old, because this drug can cause birth defects. My daughter was born healthy, however, 3 months after her birth I developed "bell's palsy". Over the following years I had vague neurological ...
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