11 Jun 2018

Diabetes and CAP


Do you know if there is anything specific to the treatment protocol if one has type 2 Diabetes? It is for my mother, she currently takes one medicine to lower blood sugar levels. When starting CAP (Wheldon protocol) is it ok for her to continue taking it?

Tip: For the ones interested in Cpn and diabetes, there is a topic here


Loby, yes, she must continue with any medications as normal!  David would be the first person to say that.

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.

I'll be interested to hear if her diabetes improves after using the protocol.  I know my collapsed gallbladder started functioning again after a short time on combined antibiotics.

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I would gladly share if there are any improvements!

Here for my mother. She has been having neurological and other health problems that were unexplained for many years and just recently a test showed positive for Cpn and Mycoplasma. Still trying to understand more about Cpn, treatment and possibly start it soon.

I have type ll diabetes too and has been on the protocol now for about 5 years.

Absolutely you should continue taking any prescribed medication for diabetes. I take metformin and the amount I need as always varied. I have always managed to attain excellent HBa1c scores. I regularly test my blood sugar levels with a glucose meter.



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