General Forum for discussing Cpn issues and questions.
Neena, here are my two min biotin blogs, for ease of reference.
I was reading some research articles on high doses of melatonin helping PPMS patients reduce disability over a four year period. link is https://www.researchgate.net/publication/270052922
There must be someone here from New Zealand. I have someone currently engulfed with pain from Lyme disease who needs a GP.
Can anybody help him?
Does anyone know anything about this, from ThisisMS?
I knew nothing about it and nobody at ThisisMS ever replied to me.
clarification, from NHE's 2017 post linked above
Several years ago there was a small group of cpn help dot org members that were abusively posting links to their site and trying to redirect every new member at ThisIsMS to their own site. They were asked to stop spamming the forums with links to their site, but failed to do so. As such, links to cpn help dot org are no longer allowed.
We seem to have lost all our images, so if you can supply us with some new ones, post them or the link to them, here, and I will place them in 'Images.' They can either be photographs or short videos.
Today, I was searching through the Internet to gather together some of the images we had lost during the bad months last year. Some of these will then be replaced from next Wednesday. Whilst doing this, I found a short film made by our own Barcelona, on February 21st this year!
Hello, I'm new on this site and I'm trying to gather information about the CAP. I've been diagnosed with MS in 2008 and I'm quite fine at the moment, living an almost normal life. My only problems are my hands/arms (numbness and pain) and my bladder (not that serious, just urgency and frequency). I always refused conventional dmd, I'm on ldn since 2009 and on Coimbra protocol since 2014. I read several pages, articles and as far as I understand, there's no certain way to be diagnosed with cpn chronic infection.
I want to get in quick this year before this becomes a problem. Not being a person addicted to sunbathing I tend to forget mentioning it, but you can get rather severe sunburn whilst taking doxycycline, or any tetracyclines come to that. It is easy to avoid it though: sit in the shade, wear lightweight linen clothing with arms covered and wear a sunhat, wear high factor sunscreen and don't fall asleep in the shade if you are likely to not wake up until the sun has changed it's position too much.
If you would like a chatroom, I can get Pinky to set one up, so please tell me.