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rotating antibiotics

Submitted by sharon on Sun, 2008-08-10 11:16

I'm going to start rotating my abx .  I was hoping someone  could help me complete list of the interchangable antibioitics and their dose:

 Azith 2350, mw,f,;  biaxin 500gm twice a day;  roxy ________; what other antibiotics

Doxy 100mg twice daily, minocycline _____; what other antibiotics  

 Where would the tetracycline and Bactrim fit in with the list?  

Thank you 

 

Biaxin BLues

Submitted by mrhodes40 on Sat, 2008-08-09 21:27

Hello!
I have blogged several times lately about my current situation, recap: 3 years of CAP doxy/azi/tini with MS progression obvious last winter. Earlier this summer I spoke to Dr S on the phone to revamp my protocol, I am now on Biaxin twice a day with doxy and will do flagyl pulses as soon as I can.

Here is the interesting thing, after 2.75 years of doxy/azi, with little reaction to the starting of those drugs and 3 months of contiunous tini last summer, I expected nothing from adding Biaxin (clarithromycin), but boy was I wrong!

Any Advice?

Submitted by Teteris on Sat, 2008-08-09 08:58

Can anybody out there help?

What happens if I have an Abx. holiday for a week? and do I just return to the protocol immediately afterwards in full? I'm OK with this.

I have been Capping for 116 days and finished 5 pulses. My improvement since day one was fast to begin, and then slowed to a definite, but unmistaken GRADUAL return, and NOT decline, to historic almost forgotten abilities. Strange how the mind erases memories which may remind us of the ease of an activity when it has become hampered, anyway, I digress. I was measured up for a wheelchair 6 months ago, and I can now hobble around the woods a'la dog.

FRS by Lance Armstrong

Submitted by Karl on Fri, 2008-08-08 23:20
FRS by Lance Armstrong is also a great product to provide energy and well being and effective antioxidant without crashing like you would from caffeine intake. www.frs.com They offer a free trial. No, it's not only for cancer patients You can get a powder mix, flavored chews, concentrate or already mixed in a can as a Red Bull is. It is quercetin and all natural vitamins and yes has a small amount of caffeine to aid in absorbtion by the body but no more than equal to a 1/4 cup of coffee which wouldn't really effect anyone should that be all they drink of caffeine in a day.

Antibiotics to be available without prescription

Submitted by Mariapatri on Fri, 2008-08-08 15:30

This is the news:  In England, possible antibiotics to be sold over the counter, to treat CHLAMYDIA!

This is the story form http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2008/aug/06/health

Oral antibiotics are to be made available for the first time without doctor's prescription under guidelines approved yesterday by the medicines regulator.

A pill to treat chlamydia, the most commonly diagnosed sexually transmitted infection, will become available for purchase in pharmacies across England later this year.

Quick Doxy question

Submitted by veressv on Fri, 2008-08-08 06:28

Just a quick question. As many of us take Doxy once a day I was told recently that it must be taken exactly 24 hours each time. Honestly I wasn’t really paying attention to this. Usually taking it every morning but few hours delay was possible always. Taking it for 27 hours and so on. Is it really a big deal, should I pay attention to this more precisely?

Thank you.

the Marshall Protocol

Submitted by lwbell on Thu, 2008-08-07 04:51

It's been awhile since my last visit - could not find MD to do the WP or Stratton. But I have found one who would do the Marshall protocol. The MP  is similar in many ways including the Herx response and the antibiotics (at much lower doses) but adds the use of the drug Olmestartan (Benicar) to reactivate the innate immune system which is inactivated by VitD toxicity. This is cutting edge research using molecular genomomics and seems to be more accepted by authorities (ex. FDA-where he is a visiting professor). He is hitting the same road blocks as many who support the established (entrenched) antiquated status quo-despite their inability to make progress in these disease processes claim is postulates and results are bogus(many have link to big pharmacy and govt agencies).

Zeolite....Heavy Metal remover

Submitted by Karl on Wed, 2008-08-06 23:10
Has anyone else been using this or knows of it? I highly recommend it. Zeolite is mean't to remove heavy metals from the body that the liver cannot handle. It is negatively charged and attracts the metals in this fashion as they are positively charged. You take it once a day. 1 teaspoon with 8 ounces of water or any other fluid should you require a taste to it. There is a liquid form also available should require it.

OH OH, Pulse three just before vacation!

Submitted by Todybear on Wed, 2008-08-06 15:43

Against the advice of my friends here on this site, I embarked on pulse number three today just a few days before I leave on a two week vacation. I can't see any other way. If I skip it, I will be six weeks between pulses, and at this point in my treatment, I am not willing to interupt treatment that much. I am hoping and praying that this pulse will be like the last in that I will not suffer too much. The only problem last time was the terrible rash that I got after the pulse when I went and spent a day at the zoo. I won't expose myself to sun this time for sure. I am not fully recovered from the last rash. I still have some redness but the pain is gone. I went to the beach yesterday but spent the whole time in the shade of big trees while my family was in the sand. I didn't mind tho.

Slammed in the head!

Submitted by Miying Meng on Wed, 2008-08-06 13:42

As I write this today I am not fully recovered but will try my best to convey what my latest experience involved. Am writing this with my right eye closed as a matter of fact. So anyway ... what I want to write about in my blog today is reflective of years of chronic illness that I merely pushed off as hormonal induced migraines that we women had to bear in life. Of course ... I think I know better now. Not that hormones cannot play a role in this illness but that I know the true instigator I believe.