Is Erythromycin Stearate a good substitute for the macrolide component (Azithromycin) suggested in the Wheldon protocol?
I've read a number of discussions on here regarding using a variety of different macrolides in place of what's suggested by Dr. Wheldon.
Is erythromycin stearate a good choice?
I know erythromycin estolate would not work well, long-term, because of the high probability for liver issues.
Is there a chart comparing macrolide activity against CPN available, or is anyone familiar enough with the literature to be able to rank the macrolides, in terms of effectiveness against CPN?
I know it's difficult to say that one antibiotic is best, or 'most effective', because effectiveness depends on a number of different properties, in terms of penetration of different tissues, and other considerations, but in the end, there has to be a 'best treatment', at least on an individual basis.