MediTest
27 Apr 2018
Author
marco
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4 Months In..

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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 same way I did in the second. In two weeks I start the pulse of flagyl. As far as Nac is concerned I started at 600mg a day and am now up to 1200mg.

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My thoughts are the c.pn should be with-drawn from cell activity and in the CB-Cryptic Body state. Time for the pulse! That ought to bring a release of the endotoxins; do you have your moppers ready? 

7th mo on CAP. NAC 2400, doxy 200mg, azith 250mwf, pulse met 500, chorella 1600

4plexman,You have no idea what you are talking about.Marco,It wasn't very clear where exactly your at wth the Doxy. You should be at 200 mg Doxy daily. Have you achieved that yet? If not, then you should adjust to that dosage first and then try getting up to 2400 mg of NAC daily before considering pulsing again.We don't want you making things more difficult on yourself or heaven forbid putting yourself in the hospital. Please slow down.

Marco, Maybe I'm not reading this right, but are you doing one month with azithromycin, then one month without?  The protocol is 200mg doxy every day, 250mg azithromycin every monday, wednesday and friday.   Five days out of every month, you do a pulse of metronidazole or tinidazole.  Have you altered this, or am I mis-reading? 

The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. Mohandas Gandhi

Yes, it does.  But, there is nothing wrong with that.  It 's fine. You don't pulse until you are taking both of the other antibiotics, at full doses, and are having no reactions to them.

The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. Mohandas Gandhi

This is the protocol; until the first meds are well-tolerated, you don't add a third antibiotic.  Once again, the reason for doing it this way is to kill the disease and not the patient.  Going too quickly can be very uncomfortable or debilitating and it can even be harmful. Until you have actually started the antibiotics and dealt with the effects of the protocol, you have no frame of reference on the subject.  When and/or if you do start taking antibiotics, I sincerely hope no one urges you to start pulsing before you are prepared to do so. 

The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. Mohandas Gandhi

4Plexman why don't you leave the advice up to the experienced ones here, you have no experience.  Maybe you are a bit scared to start on the antibiotics, don't worry, not everyone has bad experiences, just start and see how you go.

4Plexman - for your info, I have been on the protocol for 2 years now, and I am still getting so much reaction to the doxy and roxi that I am not yet able to tolerate the tinidazole or pulse. But I'm still happy and content with my progress and thankful that I am doing this protocol. Perhaps you need to take care about advising when you don't know what you are talking about.

Neuro symptoms & many health problems from 1989. NAC+all supps(04/11) CAP(05/11-10/17)

Boad, Have you had any improvements in your condition over the 2 years?I have some doxy and roxi and am planning the schedule. I'm sort of getting exited because these antibiotics are resposible for releasing the c.pn control of my body. I'ld like to get rid of MS. 

7th mo on CAP. NAC 2400, doxy 200mg, azith 250mwf, pulse met 500, chorella 1600