31 Jul 2020

One Year to Dr Wheldon's protocol-when to stop?


Hello everybody,

It is the first time I am writing at the forum. Last year I lost my vision on my left eye around 85%. I did a lot of tests (lumbar puncture- negative). It was a Clinically Isolated syndrome but after having an MRI with more than 10 lesions the doctor said that it was RRMS the diagnosis. Everything started with a virus that would not let go. Blood test showed Epstein Bar IgG antibodies. I always had several pains but thought everything was related to my lower  back pain (slip disk).


I followed Dr Wheldon's protocol. Prior to that it was impossible to me to drink Acetylcysteine NAC. Following the MS diagnosis I also discovered Hashimoto Thyroiditis. I have completed 1 year on the protocol. Before I started the protocol I did a blood test for Chlamydophila pneumoniae IgG which was positive. 

4 months ago I was infected with Covid-19 and I believe the protocols antibiotics saved me. When I did the pulse after the covid  infection with Flagyl it was really hard. But I did not get any MS symptom.

I know there is not a clear answer about when to stop the protocol. But I would like to know if there is any Blood test I could do to go to the intermediate phase. Is the molecural blood test the one that  shows the presence of Chlamydophila pneumoniae or not. 

Please advice