Monitoring of blocked jugular veins

Hi all,

I am being treated in Australia & the Dr is checking my jugular vein flow on the left & the right. he said that the CPN lives in the vein & blocks a vein (normally the left) if the infection is bad. 

>Is this a common method used?

>Would this be helpful to add to the list of tools for diagnosis on the website?


Thanks again,


Hi Mark,

I followed the same process through a Dr out of Newcastle with Scans on my veins, I had bloods to confirm that CPN was in my system and I had flow retrictions on my first vist over 15 months ago, I then commenced the CAP, I had a follow up vist in June of this year with blood flows reurn to normal, this was also confirmed through a MRI 3 weeks later.


Hi,  can you email someone that can provide me with a website that provides quality antibiotics?  My Neurologist does not believe CAP can help me but I have to at least try instead of watching myself get worse.... Thanks for help, Shelleye