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Submitted by Jan Figtree2019 on Mon, 2019-05-20 11:20

Hello Kiki, Lizzie, Sarah, and all!

Just finished my 3rd Pulse (second multi-day pulse) with excellent results.

This pulse was 7 days---I felt so good that I just kept going after 5 days.

Things that I changed up during this pulse:  On day four (4) I started taking all my antibiotics in one big dose in the morning.  For some reason, I felt better the next few days doing this:  a clearer head...

The pain I have been having since the 2nd Pulse:  low back/deep in buttocks + down the sciatic track of left leg largely dissipated the night after day 6 of the this pulse.  This pain has been aggravating during the day... but much more bothersome at night while turning in bed.  Day 7 (yesterday) I woke up and had none of this pain when turning in bed to get up, and none throughout the day.  

I also felt I could have continued a few more days, but decided to give my liver a rest.  I am thinking about starting Pulse 4 in a couple of weeks.

I continue to take all my supplemental vitamins/minerals.  I pay special attention to protecting my gut and liver.

I continue to be inspired by everyone's stories.  Although I find this site a bit lonely (I do not have Multiple Sclerosis, I have Scleroderma + Ankylosing Spondylitis + some Psoriasis), I remind myself that everyone on this site is battling the same infectious agent, Chlamydia pneumoniae, and there must be some overlapping symptoms for these manifestions.

The only downside/negative side-effect for taking the antibiotics is my two front teeth have a brown band on them (common when taking tetracyclines).... a bit of a blow to my vanity, but they can be fixed when I have finished the protocol.   I'd rather have these bands and no pain/stiffness!

--I forgot to add that the fatigue I had during the first two pulses were alleviated for me by upping my doses of:  Vitamins A-D-E-K and Methylfolate and MethylB12 ... I take all the Bs everyday... but making sure that I had enough of these helped enormously.  I wonder if the antibiotics lower hemoglobin... 

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Dear Jan

you need not feel alone. Everyone is here together battling one or the other dreaded disease declared as non treatable not curable by the medical establishment. Thanks to Sarah and Drs Wheldon and Stratton now all can hope to get rid of the monsters cheqing up the bodies from inside. The CPn seems to like feeding on the human body!

My daughter-in-law started this protocol for MS on April 10 so she is as yet far awqay from the first pulse. But good to know your pain has gone or dissipated at least.

Neena

I am 76 years old. My daughter-in-law was diagnosed with MS and we are all very keen for her to start this new antibiotic treatment. We hope to be able to do this in the next couple of weeks by finding a doctor willing to deal with any issues like reactions that may crop up. My daughter-in-law is 43 years old.

I have been an active poilitical journalist most of my life and have felt for a long time that there must be a cure out there for MS which the medical community has largely ignored. I am very excited by the Wheldon protocol.

Hi Jan

I reckon same as Neena- we're all battling individually tho en masse. It's all about getting better and improving. Our own journeys are very individual but sharing knowledge and experiences enriches us all.

Ps. Re stained teeth- I listened to Sarahs early comment in a thread whereas she used electric toothbrush twice a day and so didn't get discolourisation. Using one myself and teeth ok since January with 3 pulses behind me so maybe a good purchase for you too?

Kiki

Jan, what good news! Don't worry about being a bit lonely here though: after all, you, Lizzie and Kiki are the trailblazers of the moment, whatever you are treating.

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 Jan, Kiki, Neena, Sarah,

It's all going well, isn't it. That's really interesting, Jan, that you extended the length of the pulse. Why was that? If it's better, I'll do the same. What do you think, Sarah? I think maybe I have read that Dr Wheldon does suggest that. I'll have to look. A long time with no alcohol is good for the body too (I tell  myself...).  Last weekend I got a bit sleepy, but that's been my only side effect so far. I am touching wood as I type, believe me! 

How are you doing Kiki, my twin?
You know how I said I had re-started my head-hunting business? Well, when I'm talking to people and they ask about my background I state quite happily that I'm being treated for MS. Before the treatment, I say, for a couple of years I had lost my concentration and cognitive ability, but that now it's back. People are really relaxed and they believe it and want me to work for them. 

Cheers,

Lizzie

 

Elizabeth Anne

Lizzie, that is really good to hear: being able to talk about your treatment to your clients. In my view there are two types of people, the best being those who believe me when I say that I have all my cognitive abilities back and those who think I am nuts because I have MS, a disease which has no cure.

As for pulsing I never did more than five days because it made me so depressed.  That was only me though: you can carry on for as long as you like.  David did about ten days once and the original Vanderbilt protocol was full-time!

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 Sarah,

Thanks for the advice about the pulsing. I might try 7 days next month.

I found a lot of people when I talk about the MS cure are quite accepting and not surprised at all that the news has been kept quiet by the powers that be, ie the people who make a lot of money out of charlatan 'treatments'.

We're rebels!

Bye for now,
Lizzie

 

 

Elizabeth Anne

Lizzie, we ARE REBELS and we are winning. Apart from the residues of MS I am very healthy and plan to stay that way.
At my diagnosis I overheard Fat-Face talking about a nursing home for me to David. I decided there and then they I was going to get better, so I have tormented him with cards of my new work ever since!

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.