CPn Titers: What is Significant?

I had my doctor run serologyi on several known pathogens.  These are the results:

Heliobacter pyloriNegative  
Chlamydia pneumoniaePositive1:512<1:20
Mycoplasma pneumoniaeNegative0.12 u/L
Chlamydia trachomatisNegative<1:64<1:20
Chlamydia psittaciNegative<1:64<1:20
Borrelia burgdorferiNegative  
Epstein-BarrPositive6.85 IV0.37 IV

 Bear in mind I was on NACi (1200mg daily) at the time.  How do these results compare?  Is the infection acute, mild, other?


Thanks for your input...





From what I have learned, this is significant. I have never been tested, but had pneumonia whan I was 10 or 11. In reviewing my life since, this bug - cpni - has proliferated into every availabe niche since. Then, in 1995, it got its chance and I began sinking at an ever faster rate until by 2004 when I was finally diagnosed, my life was heading for the precipice which PPMSi patients eventually approach.

You know you have this sneaky bug, you know that it causes multiple chronic diseasesi - none of which are acknowledged by the medical community to be caused by this  YET -  and you know what to do about it. And to quote every man's philosopher "That's all I have to say about that".


3/9 Symptoms returning. Began 5 abxi protocol 5/9 Rifampin 600, Amox 1000, Doxyi 200, MWF Azith 250, flagyli 1000 daily. Began Sept 04 PPMSi EDSSi 6.7 Now good days EDSS 1 Mind, like parachute, work only when open. Charlie Chan  In for the duration.&am

It does look like Cpni and EBVi could be problems for you.  It is possible to have chlamydial, viral and bacterial pathogens reactivated in a person.  I am not familiar with that reference range for EBV.  Here is some info on EBV: 

Here is a link to an article about chronic EBV infection:


These authors find EBV VCA IgGi of >=1:640 and EA of >=1:160 in patients with chronic active EBV infection (CAEBV).

This link gives additional info:


Dr. Montoya's criteria for participation in his recent research is at this link:


The criteria he used is:

 Patients with "high" antibody titers against HHV-6 IgG ≥ 640, EBV VCA IgG ≥ 640 and detectable EA Ab at 1:160 or HHV-6 IgG ≥ 320 if EBV VCA IgG ≥ 1280 and has detectable EA Ab at 1:160 (measured by the average of a minimum of two time points obtained during screening at least 3 weeks apart).

You can also view two videos about EBV infection on the HHV-6  website: There is a link on the home page:  www.hhv-6foundation.org< :

"View videos from the Symposium on Viruses in CFSi"

You might also consider getting tested for HHV-6 and enterovirus.   If you are in the U. S. then use Focus Diagnostics lab for HHV-6 (see: www.hhv-6foundation< for more info).   Use ARUP lab for enterovirus:   See:  www.enterovirusfoundation.org<

Make sure your doctor has ruled out all other causes for your medical issues such as thyroid issues, gluten intolerance, vitamin Di deficiency, etc.  

Best, Timaca

on valtrex 500 mg tid





 You certainly has a chronic active CPNi infection. But your titers are still lower than mine(1:1280)



Suspıcıon of MSi (transient nystagmus during conjugated gaze on february 2008, blepharospazms and some optic complaints on february 2009-no plaque on MRI), Vit D3 started 400 IU and elevated to 2000 ıu ın 40 days.

My IGGi prior to Tx was also 1:512. And I was very sick.   CAP has been amazingly effective in getting back my Spirit, Mind, Emotions and Body.  I started 2 years ago last month. Read all you can here to familiarize yourself with the pattern of this bacteria and the range of experiences that result from treatment.   Please do a more detailed signature for better feedback based on your symptoms or diagnosis.   Louise
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