Care givers with Cpn

Submitted by rcquilter on Fri, 2014-11-21 19:39

Hello everyone,

I have 2 care givers with FIbromyalgia, and it is possible that they have Cpn. If so, is there a danger to me by being exposed to them? I am starting my 3rd year on the cap.

N-acetyl cycteine and being on the protocol should preclude reinfection.

Just like you'd avoid close contact with anyone who had an active case of pneumonia or flu, your only real concern should be with when either of them has an active flu/cold/coughing illness. 

So, tell them to stay home if they have an active, uh - 'expressive', lung infection. Image removed.

(And, you know, they may not have cpn at all.)

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