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Couldn't find a MD locally interested in persuing this protocol but was lucky enough to find a naturopath. Got my results back from igene-x labs testing positive for cpn. Went on Doxy 100mg each day for the first month and in the second month the Doxy and Azithromycin 250 mg Mon, Wed, and Fri. In the third month I returned to Doxy 100mg each day only and at the 4 month added the Azithromycin the ...
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Stiff legs Minocycline?

Has anyone experienced stiff (stiffer than usual) legs when starting minocycline? Thanks for your advise.
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Started David Wheldon Treatment today!!

I just started the Dr David Wheldon course of treatment!!!

27th March 2013

I was diagnosed with MS in 1991.

I am lucky, it has been a slow decline and the most obvious physical effect is that my right leg does not work very well.

I cannot run and after one kilometre my leg gives up. There is always a pronounced limp which gets worse as I go on until the leg gives out completely. ...
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C. pneumoniae in post-mortem brain tissue, not in controls

Could past Chlamydial vascular infection promote the dissemination of Chlamydia pneumoniae to the brain?
Chlamydia pneumoniae, a pathogen responsible for respiratory tract infections, has been associated with atherosclerosis which, along with hypertension, hyperlipidemia, cardiovascular and/or cerebrovascular ischemia and stroke, is a risk factor for chronic neurological disorders. Several studies have demonstrated the ability of C. pneumoniae to disseminate from lungs to arteries through peripheral blood mononuclear cells. Once inside the vascular tissue, C. pneumoniae infection may ...
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Insights to Bacterial MS and other de-generative diseases

The Australians are leading the way again;

For those of us with MS this video will start to connect the dots or fit the missing pieces of the infamous Puzzle.
Excellent presentation, hope it goes 'viral' real quick
Thank you to ...

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nausea and vomiting from antibiotic regimen?


i have given the idea of treating my MS with antibiotics a great deal of thought. i was just put on antibiotics for a wicked sinus infection (swollen face and gums, pain throughout midface, a for-me fever, pain chewing and opening mouth, etc) and after one dose i am nauseous to the point where i am scared what the second dose may bring...up. which got me thinking about long term antibiotic usage. is nausea ...
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The Dangers of Long-term Antibiotic Use

I finished antibioticsi in 2007, after taking them for four years. Last weekend I started taking roxithromycin again, a short course for an infected forefinger which had become so swollen that it was interfering with my work. Funnily enough, the treatment worked and my right forefinger is now as slim as my left and the wound caused by a splinter has healed. and is busy fitting up my new state of the art printer. You ...
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Does CAP work for the reason you think it does?

I hate to poo-poo any of our strategies to beat MS but having been on CAP and felt improvements along with a lot of suffering and some new neurological symptoms, I feel it only right I share this with CAP'ers and those looking into CAP.

HPA axis dysregulation and resulting excess cortisol and aldosterone are known to be a part of MS. Doxycycline and minocycline suppress cortisol and aldosterone release. I think the reason CAP ...
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"Germs Are Us" - important antibiotic info for everyone

Very important reading for those who take antibiotics for any reason, including trying to combat "MS." It's a long read, but I encourage everyone to finish the article.

Nigel, I'm thinking of you and your antibiotic regimen for your Cpn infection - could part of the reason for the problems you've been having during the "die-off" period be partly caused by the loss of good bacteria? ... ct_specter ...
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Antibiotics for Treating MS in Canada

I have read Dr.David Wheldon's recommendations for treating Chlamydia Pneumoniae, often present in MS patients. I have downloaded the .pdf from his site, which inludes a literature review and sample dosing schedule. Now comes the hard part. I have to find a doctor who will prescribe these antibiotics. I am quite sure that my neurologist will laugh me out of the room, and my GP will probably not want to prescribe a bunch of antibiotics ...
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