Although focused on respiratory disease, this slide show provides and excellent summary of Cpn in general, and why combination antibiotic therapy is so important.
Click This Link for a powerpoint presentation by Charles Stratton on Cpn.
It includes great pictures of the organism at different life phases, and links Cpn various diseases.
Download a .pdf file of the slide show, thanks to Red (!) CLICK HERE
I'm starting this post as a blog post, as I'm curious about where blog posts are appearing - or not appearing - since the site update. It looks as though new blog posts might only appear in 'Recent content' and then disappear, which would be a pity, if that's the case.
Sarah - you recently started a new blog post, which appears in 'Recent content' (4th one down, at the moment, when I look here).
But, if I go to 'Blogs' in the menu, I can't see it there. The last blog post there is dated 26.04.2018.
Most of the people who have been on the site for a while remember that I was treating Lyme and Cpn. I was also hammered by mold exposure in the school where I worked.
Here’s what I have found out to date:
I believe I have rid my body of Lyme and lowered Cpn levels significantly
(I don’t think you can ever get rid of it) I’m not teaching any more, so my exposure is greatly reduced. With Covid, masking is a great relief. So is staying away from large groups of people
Hello ewerebody it has been long time Since my last post. I start cap antibiotics 06june 2004 17 years completed First 10 years outside of spinal cord was effected following 7 years, The activity moved inside the spinal cord. Especially pressure of Nervous system my eyes and ears were effected. I am fine but i stil have pain inside the spinal cord.
The good thing is my progressive MS didnt change. My disability Score is didnt change dince I started cap
Best wishes to all of you.
I am new to the site and it has been about 2 years since diagnosed with Lyme, adrenal fatigue, mold toxicity.
I just looked and saw that my last blog post was in January 2018.
Since then, I have retired. My wife has retired. We have moved from a Dallas suburb to a catfish farm in Northern Arkansas that has been derelict for more than 40 years. We had a stray dog show up and start living with us.
I did the Wheldon Protocol for MS between roughly August 2007 to March 2009 (with maintenance pulses continuing until I ran out of antibiotics). Since then, my MRIs have consistently shown no disease activity.
I am new to the site and new to CPN and abx protocols. I see the last blog post was 2 years ago. Not sure if anyone is here.
I started abx two months ago and having a bit of a tough time. I may be going too fast. Looking for some advice.
If someone is here, (the clock at the bottom says only 1 user online - me), please reply and I will explain further. Hope I hear from someone.