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Submitted by jean2 on Mon, 2019-06-10 22:28

I just figured out that I have MS.  I have the brain shrinkage, numbness in the hand, balance issues, personality changes, depression, lack of appetite, and other things.  HELP!

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I guess that if it started with my CPN infection 8 months ago, and there's no cure for that, then there's no cure for MS either. Oh, no!

Surely, there's a way to get that bacteria out of my head.

I think I have a severe case of cpn,in the brain which I got about 8 months ago (Oct. 2018).  

I have a lot of issues with depression, balance, eyesight, ear and teeth problems.  Most important, I have brain shrinkage, and some strange symptoms of that. Does anyone share these issues?

Jean, how do you know you have brain shrinkage?

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.

No cure for C pn either? I didn't know that!

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.

Jean, you must be worried, so please tell us how you know you have brain shrinkage to start with. When I had progressive MS I had all the things you mention apart from brain shrinkage, but that was probably not far away.

Calm down and read things on the site properly.  Watch the video on the front page, where you can see plenty of lesions caused by my MS and also how much they shrunk after just six months of this treatment: the lesions, not the brain!

You do need to see a neurologist to discover if you have MS.  He/she will no doubt tell you that there is no cure for MS, but that is only because of the widespread belief that MS is an autoimmune disease.  Right up to the 1950's it was believed to be cased by an infection, but nobody could discover what infection.  C pn was not discovered until much later.

Everything you mention could be caused by MS but also many other things.  You might have ME/chronic fatigue syndrome, but that is also curable and the best way to do it is to try CAP treatment and there are plenty of people here to help you.

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.

Sarah,

The short answer is that a couple of months ago, I went to the emergency room of a hospital because I thought I was having a stroke.  Instead, my blood pressure was astronomical, and each day my vision was getting worse at that time.  (It probably still is.)

I asked for a CAT scan, and the doctor reluctantly ordered one.  It showed brain shrinkage, arteriosclerosis, and vascular changes.  I was horrified because I had been the picture of perfect health before I got the pneumonia last October.

It's really a horrible story, and I am completely traumatized both emotionally and physically.  It seems that almost every day I discover something more horrible about my health.  

I don't plan to see a neurologist - yet.  I know what it is.  When I got the pneumonia, someone coughed in my face, and a few days later I started having vicious nosebleeds.  After 5 or 6 episodes, I went to the ER and my nose was plugged.  The next day I was nauseous and really haven't had any appetite in several months.  I have lost so much weight that my clothes don't fit. I also had the worst cough and night sweats. That was just the beginning.

Part of the problem is how my mother died last October.  I had hired an aide to care for her about a year earlier.  She was crazy, but she kept telling me about her vast experience, she showed up every single day, and she watched Mass every day.  My brother wanted to get rid of her, but I basically laughed at him (this haunts me every day.) It turns out that the aide was implicated in every bad decision I made about my mother's health, and she brought the cpn to her apartment. It just looked like a little cold that she had. As a matter of fact, she had had it once before and no one got sick.   My mother died from it, my brother has had heart surgery, and I have this.  It's just horrible. 

 

 

 

 

I think I have a severe case of cpn,in the brain which I got about 8 months ago (Oct. 2018).  

I have a lot of issues with depression, balance, eyesight, ear and teeth problems.  Most important, I have brain shrinkage, and some strange symptoms of that. Does anyone share these issues?

Jean, Whether you have MS or not, if your blood pressure has reached astronomical rates, that is what you need to address first, before you do have a stroke or a coronary. I am being serious here. I have a friend who had incredibly high blood pressure but it is now controlled by taking just one tablet a day. She has never had MS like me, but I has never had remotely high blood pressure.

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.

Now, Jean, I asked David to read through your posts and he said immediately that you are undergoing a very rapid cerebro-vascular process, not MS, and the best thing to do is to start taking CAP antibiotics immediately. I can give you an address in India where you can buy the antibiotics and they send very speedily.

David's high blood pressure started going down very quickly and now is a low as mine: having finished abx even before me, his blood pressure as remained down and when he cuts himself he bleeds healthy looking blood profusely.

Please send me  private message.  Sarah

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.