This is a continuation of my first blog entitled Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy.
My husband Jim has been suffering from Fibro Myalgia and Chronic Fatique syndrome for at least 20 years. During that time he has seen a whole range of doctors and was basically told that he had to cope with his symptoms, which as well as fatique included pain throughout his body.
In and effort to regain his life Jim went to several medical practitioners, who did not make him better but did take his money. One in particular turned out to be a scam artist, who preyed on the sick.....is there anything more despicable?
About 3 years ago tests indicated that Jim had high lead content, and he received chelation therapy to remove the lead. During this time the chelation would often make him very ill and increase his pain level. I do not know how he continued....I would have given up.
Two years ago his symptoms became terrible. He was diagnosed with hyper thyroidism, His feet and legs were always freezing and sometimes turned blue, He was also very depressed and agitated. He went to see an endocronologist, and during later test his hypothyroidism had gone, but the symptoms had not. By now Jim was having severe pains in his chest. Many a night I thought I might loose him. He was sent to see a myriad of specilists, some caring, some not, all of whom how agreed there was something wrong, but they did not know what it was.
On the advice of a pharmacist Jim went to see a new Dr. who did a DNA testi which came back positive for CPni. Jim was started on a portocol of intravenous hydragen peroxide and antibioticsi. When he became incredibly ill the antibiotics were then given to him intraveniously. We were told he was experiencing the die off effect.
We are now three months into the therapy and have not seen any results, other than the days when Jim is worse. Sometimes his feet are so bad that he cannot walk for more than a couple of minutes. He has also been experiencing intense tooth pain in teeth where he had root canals years ago. Dentist have been unable to find any reason for the pain. All of his pains do however vary in intensity from day to day and there are some days when he can go out and garden (which he is wonderful at). He also takes all of the supplementsi that have been listed on this web site.
Again I think I would be ready to give up, but Jim does not. I am hopeful and scared all at the same time. What if this protocol does not work? Sometimes he is so ill that I feel he is in danger. He feels this disease has robbed him of himself. He is no longer able to work , and enjoy life. He does not have the energy to travel, and since our children and grandchildren are in different countries I must travel alone to see them. I feel that this disease has robbed me of Jim also.
This website does offer encouragement and I am hoping that Jim will find the energy to get on it as well.
If anyone out there has experienced similar symptoms and also been diagnosed with CPn I would love to hear from them and how their treatment is going.
All the best to you brave people.