MediTest
Submitted by JaneK on Fri, 2018-06-22 08:01

i know i’ve often mentioned the gut, that’s because I’ve had pain and problems with it since childhood.

the last time I saw my herbalist, she gave me two lots of drops, one for my low BP and one for digestion. Using these triggered a wonderful week! I thought the BP drops were to blame! Until I realised they weren’t and the digestion drops, really helped! I know CFS has been linked to digestion, but I don’t have CFS.  Although my older half sister has been diagnosed  with it, another CPN, i wonder if MS is, in fact, a general group of symptoms,  which mainstream medicine has grouped together and treats that way? 

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Jane! :)

I do agree there was something in my guts... my theory and completely taken from a book from 'Harry Potter' at least...

Our body has lots of bacterias, viruses, parasites... which use your body as a host. It is ok if everything is in balance... sort of an ecosystem... If any of these viruses or bacterias start reproducing themselves in high rates... the ecosystem gets broken, and then, a disease appears and the Host (your body), might enter in a danger zone. 

If the infection gets in your blood (which means the microorganism is pretty small)... your immune system might be too big to attack, and even if they try, they might be "destroying" other tissues or walls...

 

And here it comes the theory:

"The Parasites, which I imagine pretty big", live according to your body. They like it there... and they know the way. They dig somewhere, somehow. (I like to think the Mesentery has something to do in this process...)... and the Bacterias and Viruses take the way, dug by the nice Parasites, they are meant to find."

 

Dr. Wheldon's theory... it is that it comes through an Atypical Pneumonia at an early age... This makes sense, as I still have the hospital report from when I was 8yo...

My neurologists might think there is a Zoster Virus, as I sneaked into my own blood tests and find out they were looking for Measles and Chicken Pox... which evidently where Positive... Herpes was the first of my thoughts before to see the analysis though... 

 

How this CPN Bacteria went into our blood... it is hard to say, and if it has or not something to do with Parasites or any symbiotic relationship between microorganisms, or the guts...  

I like to imagine all of them diving inside... I even think the bacteria choose the joints causing arthritis because the blood current is just slower for the angle of our arms or legs... 

You might think right now, that imagination has no limits... or that I went too late into the Protocol... O.o

 

Everything based on a "gut feeling"... ;)

 

 

Gisel·la

(ONGOING PROTOCOL: 1 full year Protocol with 6 full Metro pulses)

MS Diagnosed: 21.IX.2016

 

Hi Gisel.la.

your post is really interesting, i guess the immune system just goes mad, attacking all foreign bodies, whatever they are! I’m interested in your childhood illness, i, also, was hospitalised, at a very young age, with a shadow on my lungs, for which they removed my adenoids! I guess medicine was in the, even,  darker days, in the early 70s!  We know, now, part of my immune system was taken, other parts went later!  But, i think, although i have no medical knowledge, our immune ststems are inherited, maybe our anestors were Darwin’s survivors. Whatever, mentioning your gut instinct is another sign that ancient language holds clues for us all.

Jane

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

My childhood illnesses... you can find them all if you click on my nickname (Barcelona). It will bring you to my profile... there is everything I could find searching for papers before to find Sarah. :)

If I have to be honest... I unlikely think MS is inherited... I see random cases, sometimes inside the same family... but that could mean they have been exposed to the same microorganisms... in my case, no other issue like that is in my family.

Though, lots of inflammation of the liver (they do not drink alcohol) from my father side... He is having difficulties to breathe, sleeping with a machine called CPAP (or something alike), and now he got a blood infection coming from his urine system... He is already under injected antibiotics... but I wonder a lot if it would not be good to make him try Dr. Wheldon's/Stratton Protocol... 

My grandma (from my mother's side) is strangely feeling sick also... I mean, she has already an age, but she claims she has been sick since she got her first child, with stomach and headaches, fatigue, and recent depression... She is a super resilient woman, strong and dynamic... she would not complain for no reason...

Besides that... we are a pretty healthy family... I guess we passed with an ok-ish Darwin's theory on surviving until here. ;)

And the ancient language... is everything we have from our ancestors to remember everything is connected to get to understand. (I might have philosophical heritage... O.o )

I have a slight difference in expressing myself when I do speak different languages... Catalan is a serious talking; Spanish is drama itself, really good to swear when you are angry; French is class and posh, though, deep if needed; English is direct, do not go around the subject. Short and precise.

I would really love to be able to get a neurological map of my brain with a physical explanation about why it works as it does... 

So many questions... I could be talking and talking without getting to any conclusion. ;)

 

 

 

Gisel·la

(ONGOING PROTOCOL: 1 full year Protocol with 6 full Metro pulses)

MS Diagnosed: 21.IX.2016

 

No, I don't think MS is inherited: well, not in either side of my family anyway: my mother is 88, had a slight stroke two years  ago but is still going strong.  My father died at 34, but from cancer; he came from a long-lived farming family.  The only childhood illness I had was scarlet fever, whereas my half-sister had the lot apart from chicken pox, which she got about eight years ago. Cataracts and strokes seem to run on my mother's side, but long life seems to run on both sides, apart from my father, who died before I was one.

As for a map of my brain, I was horrified when I first saw my first and second mri scans.  I had no idea that all that damage was happening inside my head without me knowing!  Luckily I saw the first and second scans together, and the second one was nearly six months after I had stated CAP and the improvements were obvious.

 

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.

Hi Gisel.la,

I didn’t make myself clear! I’m sorry! I don’t think MS is inherited either, just a propensity to it!  I do think Utoimmunity is inherited, and the environment for a CPN disease is made! 

Also, i really like your description of languGes! I only speak English fluently!

Jane

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

And Sarah,

good genes!

Hope your Mum is well and, more importantly, happy!

Jane

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

Jane, yes, my mother is happy now because she has moved to the Isle of Skye, just up the road from my sister. Too many midges during spring and summer, for my liking though!

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.

And Sarah,

good genes!

Hope your Mum is well and, more importantly, happy!

Jane

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