Cpn and asthma; decisions

Hi Everybody, I was hoping some of you can help me with the below problem. I am sorry its a bit long. Here's some background on my asthma Grew up on a diary farm in Ireland. Exposed to mainly cattle and cows from a young age. Age 8 Start helping out more on farm. First notice itchy eyes after playing with calves or being round silages. Every day. Just told to wash hands and ignore it. Age 16 Itchy eyes, stuffed nose and runny nose mainly through summer when working on farm. Told to take beconase nasal spray daily by Gp and carry on. Age 19 Home from university working on farm mainly during summers and weekends/mid terms. Still using nasal spray Age 23 Working away from farm but living at home beside farm. No eyes or nose symptoms for 3-4 years. Start having wheezing and coughing when around cattle. Age 23.5: Leave home to work in UK. No problems for 6 years even on the hottest day with the highest pollen count. Outside all the time around parks with lots of plants/trees etc Age 30. Been working and living 2 years at home beside the farm in Ireland. Symptoms now daily chest tightness, coughing up phlegm daily(not green), short of breath. Went to respiratory consultant. Diagnosed as having mild asthma and allergic to dust mite, cow dander, dog dander, pollen and wheat (skin prick test). First started with montelukast first which didn't help. Next I was given a beclomethasone inhaler which is a inhaled corticosteriod and was taking 1000mcg daily along with zyrtec (antihistamine) 10mg which i was on for 3 months this year. This was not helping so my respiratory consultant put me on Relvar Ellipta 92/22mg which is a mix of corticosteriod and a long acting brochodilator. This didn't help. I had a really bad flare up this July and was put on a course of prednisilone tablets 40mg per day for 5 days which really helped my chest . My respiratory consultant put me on Relvar 188/22mg which is a very high dose. I work in a hospital and see only really bad COPD patients take this medication and not anyone who has mild asthma. This medication is controlling my symptoms 80% of the time which is good but I feel my chest is getting worse. I am considering going down the route of combined antibiotic therapy but first I would like your opinions on whether I could have Cpn? I went out and bought all the vitamins yous have recommended. I am on day 3 of NAC with nil difference and no flu symptoms. Could I have CPN? Is it worth trying? If you have read this far than thank you and I would appreciate any feedback even if you think I am crazy. Kind Regards Eugene

Please forgive me if I've missed anything you've already posted. I've been away on vacation and not checking in too often. Have you seen this page? https://www.asthmastory.com/ If not, take a look at it. And, do we think it's possible you have cpn? I certainly think so. Is it worth trying? Well, if it's worth regaining the life you used to enjoy, yes. Yes, it is. And it's a sight better than being dependent on inhalers and meds for the rest of your life.

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Eugene, I totally agree with Mac: this is such a comparatively simple and inexpensive treatment that it must be better than being stuck on inhalers for ever. I didn't have any reaction to NAC either, but today my nose just won't stop running because it is ivy blossom season, it'll pass though!
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 have a moderate severe asthma, it started more than a year ago (August 2017). Before I had lots of inhalers, antihistamines and nasal drops, etc for months. Then I tried the CPN protocol with a very helpful doctor. After four months on, I started waning down on inhalers and in May 2018 I don't need them anymore. I am still on the protocol and still having some chest tightness. But I believe, it won't be long I will be cleared with this bug. Is CPN protocol worth trying? I say yes it is. After reading similar cases of asthmatics who use combined antibiotic therapy, most of these cases would take at least a year before full recovery. My advise, go find a doctor and try the protocol (I used Doctor DW Protocol), it may work as well for you.

Adult Onset Asthma, Wheldon Protocol Started 11/23/2017

Thanks for the replies everyone. To answer your question Mac I have looked at www.asthmastory.com and have emailed Jim and even Dr Hahn. They has replied saying like all of you that's its worth a try. I've also read Dr Hahns book. I suppose what I'm really getting stuck on is that when i lived in the uk in the city, i had no issues/adthma. Its only when i have come back home to a farming country that i started having issues again. Can Cnp cause allergic asthma? Also i don't think my Gp will support combined antibiotic therapy. Is there a reliable website to buy antibiotics? Or even a Gp/doctor i can visit in the Uk or Ireland that treats cnp? Sorry about all these questions
EQ

Eugene, look at my website for my email then email me and I will tell you what you need. I'm afraid that the messaging for this site won't be working for a few more days. Or message me on Facebook.

Sarah Longlands.
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.

Eugene, I will send you a good address, but the very first thing is that I suggest you look up mould as a cause of your allergic asthma. Most specifically look up 'farmer's lung,' a type of hypersensitivity pneumonitis. I guess you have done that already since ou mention about the asthma clearing up completely when you are away from the farm.

I will email you later.
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.