Just a bunch of questions, please

Submitted by iwillgetbetter on Wed, 2010-02-24 11:12

Hi All, I'm doing one tablet 250mg of Azithromcycin a day, a shot of Bicillian once a week. I'm on Diflucan, one a day and oral Nystantin. This is the first time ever, that I've been able to take a oral anti biotic and not have major diarreah. I really like Azithromycin a lot, it's been good to my gut.

Ques.One-When I take Diflucan I pee all night long, anyone else with the problem? When I stop it too my gut problems don't seem as bad in the morning. How do I know how bad my yeast is? I've been on Diflucan for a month or more now and Nystantin just the same. How will I know when its gone?

Two-Am I taking enough Azithrmcycin do you think? I've printed off the Protocol for my doc so he can read on pulsing.

Three-Am I taking enough antibiotics right now to kill the bacteria?

Wow, with all this meds my memory is terrible, anyone with this problem?

I have severe gut issues, being ulcertive colitis, my blood is much less. I don't take any meds for my UC, they make me worse. I'm trying Curcumin for the inflammation in my colon.

CELLFOOD has really helped me with my energy a lot! I like it, has anyone tried it?


I can't address the diflucan question but I can address the other two questions you listed.

One, Azithromycin has a long half life and unless you're somehow eliminating it faster then most other people, you on need to take it MWF.  Taking it daily isn't necessary as the half life keeps it active long enough to span the time, MWF, and over the weekend where you have the longest time frame.  The Stratton and Whelcon protocols only call for 250mg for each dose.

With respect to whether you're taking enough antibiotics (abx), the protocols are a Combined Antibiotic Protocol (CAP).  So the short answer is probably not if all you're taking is Azithromycin.  The reason for this and need for the CAP is that chlamydia pneumonia (Cpn) has multiple life stages, each stage being susceptible to different antibiotics.  The stages are Elementary Body, Reticulating Body, and Cryptic Body and move from youngest to oldest in terms of lifecycle.  Much of this is covered in the handbook, found at the top of the web page above.


What we do here is completely necessary if you want to be rid of Cpn and get back to good health.

best, John

RRMS/EDSS was 4.5, 5, 6, 6.5, 6.9999, 6.5 on Wheldon/Stratton Protocol beginning 04/12/2006
nac 4x600 mg/day
doxycycline 2x100mg/day
azithromycin 3x250mg/day MWF
metronidazole 3x400mg/day then 3x500mg/day