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Pulse 40 (2nd with rifampicin)

Submitted by supaguy on Fri, 2017-03-31 16:33

In the early hours of last Monday (27th) I started tinidazole pulse 40. A couple of hours ago I took my last tini tab of this pulse ... and I'm still here. Hey, this has been two pulses in the same month! I have found this pulse less irksome than the last. I am weaker than ever but ever hopeful. The weather has been dreadful with torrential rain and blustery winds, so I haven't missed brisk power-walking along the Coastal Path (yeah, if only!).

Seeking Rheumatologist in New York Area - But Will Travel

Submitted by Minimal4Me on Tue, 2017-03-28 11:29

Hello, I'm new to the site. I found you in comments on The Perfect Health Diet site (authors, Jaminet). I'm 52 and have been declining in health for the past 10 years. Once very fit and active, cycling and bootcamp almost daily, I started struggled with muscle pain, joint pain, and fatigue around 2007. I'm suspecting either Lyme or C. pneumonia infection. Symptoms initially seemed like classic Hypothyroid, though TSH was always in range, so my old doc would not treat me. 

Things that happened around 2007: I divorced, moved to a home with a garden that came with a lot of yard work, and bought a summer cottage in Long Island near the Ferry to Connecticut, where I also did a lot of yard work.

Long and hard - but it works.

Submitted by katman on Sat, 2017-03-25 10:42

In 2004, I believe it was, I began this incredible journey, adventure, trial, name it what you will.

I have recovered more of me than anyone ever suspected was possible.  After many years I stopped all abx last January because after taking my daily doses, I was no longer having any reaction.  I still continue with NAC, 30,000 units of sublingual B-12, all the other supplements, lots of vegerables, good exercise - in other words, trying to live well.  I do have the essential goat milk ice cream milkshake every night when we come in from the barn.

Just checking in--it's been a long time.

Submitted by raven on Mon, 2017-03-20 13:12

Greetings to all my friends on CpnHelp,

Been a while since I posted a blog. Last year, at the end of the summer, I went on the Buhner herbs for Cpn. My right arm was feeling swollen and tight. This is the arm that was so painful when I was really ill. Spots that looked like skin cancer popped up on that arm and my chest.

After the first week of herbs, I had a huge headache all day. The next day, my mind felt sharper and clearer. After three weeks the right arm was back to feeling normal and the red spots totally disappeared! Amazing! My energy was better too.

Big mistake--I upped the dosages. That really affected my gut. I had to stop all the herbs.

Pulse 39 (1st with rifampicin)

Submitted by supaguy on Fri, 2017-03-10 23:38

A couple of hours ago I popped my final tablet of this pulse. It is actually the first time that I have pulsed whilst taking rifampicin and amoxacillin. Was it any different? It was certainly more arduous fitting everything in. Rifampicin, amoxicillin and azithromycin without food ... then doxycycline and tinidazole with food. Then on top of that one has to take probiotics away from all of the antibiotics. There are only so many hours in the day and so sometimes I have had to give the probiotics a miss (like tonight).

Vielight Neuro

Submitted by Irene4k on Sun, 2017-03-05 13:19

I've been using this for 6 months or so.  It improves energy supply to damaged brain cells through the medium of light.  Here is our dear 'doctor Mercola' waxing lyrical about it.  Don't let that put you off because the clinical researchers have a video presentation showing their work.

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2017/03/05/photobiom…

Irene 

And yet again..

Submitted by willingtocope on Sun, 2017-02-05 13:51

This time during the day, yesterday.  Okay until about 2pm, then chills...fever around 100F.  Legs completely gone.  After trying to go pee twice, and having to call the care attendents to get me back in my chair...twice...I decided to get in bed around 5pm.  And, of course, I had to call for help to do that.

Fell asleep.  Slept until about 10pm.  Tried to get out of bed to pee...couldn't...but luckily, I have a bottle.  Went back to sleep.  Woke again around 3am...got up just fine.  Peed.  Went back to sleep until 6am.  I got up, got in my chair, and I've been "normal" all day.

Whatever these episodes are (psuedo-exaccerbation?), they only last about 12 hours, then I'm good to go for another couple months.