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Balance / Walking

Submitted by rcquilter on Mon, 2014-10-20 19:31

Hello everyone,

Has anyone heard of someone regaining their balance and walking ability after 4 years on the Cap? I'm starting on my 3rd year. I lost my balance in May 2011. At that time I could walk holding a persons hand. The Cap has made my legs too weak to walk. I am dependent on a wheel chair, and it's driving me crazy. The intention tremors are bad, but not walking is worse. My optic neuritis is worse as well. I have had MS for 17 years, but it's never too late to kill the infection. This is brutal! I would love to hear some encourgment.

Stratton time?

Submitted by rcquilter on Mon, 2014-02-17 20:36

A lot has happened since my last post. Please read the accompaning text below the video I'm posting. You might have to go to Youtube to see it. I need some feedback and suggestions. I have been on the Cap since Oct. 2012, and I have done 11 5 day pulses on Metro. I don't feel any difference. I felt like hell the first 6 months and now I'm in a stagnant disabeled state. You can see my decline by looking at my previous Youthbe videos. Advice would be apprecieated. My eyesight is my bigest concern. It has declined since I have been on the Cap.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIbe4KK3MGU

Stem cells and venoplasty for CCSVI while on CAP

Submitted by rcquilter on Thu, 2013-10-03 14:39

Hi, I am a year into the CAP and have no intension of stopping, therefore I am going to get stem cells from my bone marrow and venoplasty for the CCSVI ( It has been 2 years since I've had it done). I have restenosed for the past 3 procedures and I'm hoping that the CAP has allowed me to have a bit more cerebral perfusion and I had venos TOS surgery on the left side with the intension that my left juglar will stay open this time. I have disabling tremors and I have to do something. Any thoughts would be appriciated.

Going down hill

Submitted by rcquilter on Mon, 2013-07-08 17:19

Hello everyone.

I am 10 months into the Wheldon protocal. I have done 5, five day pulses, and I'm still getting worse. I would like to know what others have experienced on this protocal, and when can I expect to start seeing some improvement? Will the ABX improve cerebral perfusion? I appreiciate any input on these questions.

Enjoy your day,

Rachel

NAC before Doxy

Submitted by rcquilter on Wed, 2013-05-01 01:07

This is very frustrating. Once a week for the past 3 weeks I puked after dinner. I take 1200mg of NAC at the beginning of dinner and 200mg of Doxy at the end of dinner. I have been on the protocal for 7 months. What am I doing wrong? the night I get sick I don't try to take it again. I feel defeated on those nights. Any advice will be much appreciated. Many blessings to everyone.

 

Rachel

Vitamin B12 overdose

Submitted by rcquilter on Mon, 2013-03-11 15:10

I just had a blood test showing that my B12 level is 1591 pg/ml. The reference range is 211 - 946. I have been taking too many B12 tablets under my tounge. The recommended dosage on the bottle is one tablet a day, and I have been taking 6. Foolish I know, but whats done is done, and I need to lower my B12 level. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I have been on the CAP for 6 months and I have been overdosing on B12 for the same amount of time. I have 20/500 vision due to optic neuritios. My eyesight has become considerably worse. It's either from the CAP or the B12. Does anyone know how to decrease your B12 levels and/or if high levels of B12 can alter the CAP?

Much appreciation for any input,

I'm a bit freaked out,

Rachel

See this on B12.

NAC before Doxy

Submitted by rcquilter on Fri, 2013-01-04 23:05

I take all of my supplements with food.  At dinner  I take 1200 mgs of NAC  and at the end of the meal, I take 200 mgs of Doxy.  I take my supplements with breakfast including the probiotics, and azithro at lunch.  This is working fine. Are there any better ways to time this?