Family member with heart disease--how to test for CPN

Being a chronic Lyme patient myself, I have familiarity with stealth/bioweapon infections, and know that 

the tests are usually pretty bad. What would be the best way to diagnose CPN, and how hard is it to find a doc who's willing to treat it?

As hard as it is to find ones who treat Lyme??


Thank you all so much,


Have you done a NAC test? 


In an unpublished (presented at conference only, no ethical board etc) about three fourths of chronic Lyme patients with symptoms indicating  Cpn infection (almost half of the patients in the study) were serology positive for Cpn. The criteria for testing for Cpn clearly were not sufficient (the Drs didn't know of all the symptoms Chlamydiae can cause, so more, or really all of the patients should ahve been tested), and only serology was done (so more of the patients seleced for testing were very likely infected). 

 Both Lyme and Cpn suppresses the immune system, and hence other infections can enter more easily. Cpn is very prevalent  and eaily transmitted, so testing and perhaps treating for Cpn is very sensible for Lyme patients, in my view. The Cpn CAP probably has benefits in Lyme as well as some of the co-infections (both parts of the tetracycline-macrolide combination are active against Lyme and the same benefits of the combination as in Cpn treatment should be valid against Lyme as well (my layman view).Just realised similar for Bartonella (against which roxithromycin is highly active, at least in vitro).

I suspect some of the treatment failures in Lyme can be Cpn ( if not mistaken, Lyme protocols according to guidelines, ILADS etc, are rarely including the right combinations for Cpn). 

 What treatment protocol have you been on for Lyme?

Borrelia/Cpn arthritis: joint, skin, eye, CNS, respiratory, UG involvment; fatigue. Borrelia: Clinical, Elisa&WB IgG, and CPn IgG and IgA pos, HLA-B27 neg. (2010). CAP 5/9/2010 -> 3/2016 2017: some signs and symptoms returning, Borrelia?