Astrodiana - Back on the Protocol

Submitted by Astrodiana on Sun, 2018-09-16 14:33
I began the Stratton protocol 21 years ago this month. Now, after having the cPn return, and thru many travails, health issues, stroke, and the death of my beloved husband suddenly last year (2017), I am back and starting from square one. I am here for support and to relearn all that I can from this valuable site. it has been very hard and painful to begin back at square one. I am experiencing some pretty bad die off right now.

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Welcome back, my friend. What a time you've had of it! How can we help?

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I will post as I need I remember it, most of my symptoms as a result of taking the protocol were those attributed to secondary porphyria...I got myself off of coumadin so that I would be able to take the Azith and Ibuprophen (plous it was harming me in all sorts of ways)...was put on Lumbrokinase by cardiologist 3x dissolves biofilms and is purportedly good for Lyme which hides out in also destroyed all the mucous membranes in my stomach and GI I am coming back from that now. it's been a long haul. This protocol is the only thing I have faith in. Cpn symptoms back in force

Hello Diana, you certainly have had a time of it! Mac and I are now running the site and trying to get it a bit more organised bit by bit. I seem to remember as far as your cpn history goes, that you have never taken the metronidazole stage of the protocol. Now that you are back, I really would advise that you do so, once your die-off stage is finished. Tinidazole is now licenced in the US and many people find it easier to take than metronidazole/flagyl.
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.