when i was on Ab and nimidazoles i noticed that the main strength against CPN among nimidazoles was atrican 250 mg 3 times a day. Atrican without AB supressed  CPN so strongly that were no pain at all. But it beats a bit on the head. Ornidazole was also good.

So my suggestion is to include atrican and ornidazole to CAP as alternative to old metronidazole and tinidazole

m2m2m222- You never followed the protocol we suggest here. 

You are not a medical professional. 

What is your factual basis for suggesting changes to the protocol developed by the Vanderbilt University doctors?  

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

i tried  metro, tini, atrican and ornidazole. Atrican was the strongest, then goes ornidazole. If you google i'm sure you will find articles concerning MIC of these drugs to trichomonades


The aim of the study was to compare efficacy of metronidazole and ornidazole in the treatment of urogenital trichomoniasis in men. Both drugs were administered randomly in usual doses as monotherapy: in 210 - metronidazole and in 217 - ornidazole. Clinical efficacy of metronidazole or ornidazole was 57.6% and 94.5%, microbiological efficacy - 77.1% and 98.2%, respectively, side effects were reported by 59.0% and 3.7%. Thus, ornidazole is more effective and safe medication than metronidazole in the treatment of trichomoniasis."


The point is, I am NOT going to google it. 

If you are going to continue to post statements like "Atrican (tenonitrozole) is the best", you'll need to provide documentation or an explanation for those statements.

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

M2etc, it is not up to you to modernize CAP: please mind your own business................Sarah

Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent.   Still improving bit by bit and no relapses since finishing treatment.

Research of comparative efficiency of application of metronidazolum, tinidazolum, nimorazolum, tenonitrazolum, ornidazolum in treatment of patients with chronic urogenital trichmoniasis. V.M. Krasovsky

The comparative is studied efficiency of the use of preparations of Metronidazolum, Tinidazolum, Nimorazolum, Tenonitrazolum, Ornidazolum in treatment of patients with chronic urogenital trichmoniasis for 126 patients. Efficiency of Metronidazolum was 40,4%, Tinidazolum – 44,1%, Nimorazolum - 85,7%, Tenonitrazolum - 89,7%, Ornidazolum - 93,3%, Ornidazolum + Tenonitrazolum - 97,7%. Preparations differ different bearableness and amount of side effects: Metronidazolum - 23,3%, Tinidazolum - 25%, Nimorazolum - 12,5%, Tenonitrazolum - 12%, Ornidazolum - 9,1%, Ornidazolum + Tenonitrazolum - 9,1%. The best results are got in groups which got: Ornidazolum (93,3%), Tenonitrazolum (89,7%), and also combi nation of their successive application of Ornidazolum + Tenonitrazolum (97,7%). Research results can be recommended for the use in clinical practice.

Why do you insist on trying to have a conversation about trichmoniasis when this site is about discussing the treatment of chlamydia pneumoniae, a bacterium that infects the lung and causes a multitude of diseases ranging from MS to heart issues to asthma.

trichmoniasis is a parasite AND NOT A BACTERIA that is contracted only by sexual activity, otherwise known as an STD.

I have mentioned this before in reply to posts you made about trichmoniasis and trying to connect it to CPn. If you need advice about trichmoniasis can I suggest that you go to websites dedicated to STD’s as you will not get the advice on treating trichmonasis here and you seem to be taking up what is valuable time and energy of members here in repeating to you the same points that these are different ailments..... 



The Greatest Risk of all is Not taking the Risk...

M2 This forum is not for posting unqualified ideas about disease other than CPN, Try following one of  the real cpn protocols, precisely, as most of us do, not a made up version. After18 months, at least, please report back to us.

MS symptoms from 2001, DX RRMS in 2008, following, a change of hospital who sent me for an MRI, precipitated by some sight loss. Took Interferons, on and off. Prescribed  chemo infusions to slow pro

when i ate drugs i found out that tiberal and atrican were much better than metro and tini. I did not and do not have trichmoniasis and i have cpn.There are no CPN nimidazoles  study's so we can take these studies by analogy.  trichmoniasis  also became very difficult to get rid of i read the forums about that and they treat with modern nimidazoles several month's. People who treat trichmoniasis with metro and tini were ineffective in their treatment.

The chlamydia can become resistant very fast, it's better to use modern nimidazoles + rulid or klacid as AB(and dont use azytomicin). Rulid and klacid were the best. Maybe you have only 1 chance to treat cpn and it's better to start with the best drugs