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Hi! :)

It's been a while that an idea is running through my head. I am no doctor, and my medicine knowledge comes all from this site (and Dr. Wheldon's), Internet, and what my mother defines as 'her own Diogenes Syndrome' by keeping the most of my medical reports. 

Let's say it is just a shot to the Moon: 

On the 20.XII.2013, I got a lymph node removed from my armpit. Once they did the biopsy, they told my lymph was blocking TOXOPLASMOSIS. I never cared much about it, but today I am wondering if it would not be worth considering: 

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In a way, Gisel.la, it sounds vaguely plausible, except all the people with toxoplasmosis would have to display some MS lesions, and as far as I am aware, they don't.

Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent.   Still improving bit by bit and no relapses since finishing treatment.

Really? Could not the parasite and the bacteria work symbiotically? 

I mean... you can see weirder things in life... Goby fish and Pistol Shrimps for example... besides, the Faroe Islands case is sort of funny, in the way the Host cannot be the air, but an animal to spread the 'epidemic'.

There are lots of info about Faroe Island and cats, (they even have it in their Philately). As well, there is a lot of info about how cats were used to accompany the soldiers in the wars. 

I want to buy a baby mouse, infect him with the virus, bacteria and parasite, wait for the pneumonia, if he survives, there is chance he will have MS. 

What if not everyone with Toxo would develop MS, but everyone with MS would have Toxo? (before the Protocol)

The idea sincerely, does not go away from my head... Do not David and you want a Baby Mouse? :p

 

Gisel·la

Started the Protocol: 01/06/2017

MS Diagnosed: 21.IX.2016

 

A baby cat maybe, if we lived on a quieter road, but mice need too much looking after and only live a couple of years!

David said that the antibiotics used in this protocol are not the best to get rid of toxoplasmosis, however, since people with the disease are often asymptomatic, maybe a lot of people here have toxo even after getting rid of C pn.

Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent.   Still improving bit by bit and no relapses since finishing treatment.