Today, September 29th, is my first day of taking just one roxithromycin per day, with the aim of being off them within a couple of months, thereafter taking top up doses of doxy/roxy for three weeks at a time, with metronidizole added for five days in the middle, every two or three months, for a period yet to be decided.
This is all new, so I will just have to see how it goes and keep you informed.
I think it is QUITE likely, if not positively certain, that your improvement is due to the administration of these antibiotics.
Anecdote wrote:The Munger et al paper: The authors say that that they found no serological evidence of Cpn in MS, but if you read the paper you find that there is a statistically significant rise in titres in people with progressive as opposed to RRMS. This is especially significant because it was not remarked upon by the authors. It shows that, when Cpn becomes chronically active and immunostimulatory, the disease turns progressive. (This correlates well with another study (Hintzen, Rotterdam) which showed an association between new respiratory infection with Cpn and relapse in RRMS.) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=14681894
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