21 Jul 2019




 My first symptoms began about 1976.  I had dizziness on exertion and problems with urine flow.  I had various exploratory examinations, culminating in the 1980s with a diagnosis of MS, (but no MRI).

 I tried many things to help me, but with no result. Then I found this site and tried the antibiotic route, but again with no success. In 2009 I had my first MRI, and a neurology professor told me it was not MS, although he could not say what it was.  


 Hi —  it’s me again!  

 After much research I came up with a website which proved excellent :    So if you have a Number of the following neurological symptoms which mimic MS, check out the signs and symptoms in that site. E.g tinnitus,IBS,ED,exhaustion, muscle weakness, poor balance, and many others.  You could have a vitamin deficiency, and many doctors do not understand the severity of this illness. The site above explains it all. 

74 y/o male, (mis) dx 1980's, b-/ w-chair bound 24/7, Wheldon protocol. No problems with ABX  Experimenting with 2 weeks on, 2 weeks off Tini pulses. Early glimmers. Life is tough, but I'm tougher . Mission statement:<a href="https://www

Do you know the cause of your B12 deficiency?  Your signature indicates that you were on the Wheldon protocol - for how long?  One of the unique findings of Dr. Stratton's group was that antibodies to vitamin B-12 develop in many Chlamydia pneumoniae infected patients. This means that normal blood levels of this vitamin are insufficient.


Were antibodies to any other vitamins found in people with cpn?

Do they think the deficiency of B12 was caused by cpn or existed previously?

How about niacin?

Also, were there any findings about glutathione or other deficiencies, such as fats? Thanks.

I think I have a severe case of cpn,in the brain which I got about 8 months ago (Oct. 2018).  

I have a lot of issues with depression, balance, eyesight, ear and teeth problems.  Most important, I have brain shrinkage, and some strange symptoms of that. Does anyone share these issues?

Hi Jean, I only remember antibodies forming against B12 from my reading.  I cannot even remember which article because I have been reading so much over the past few months.  But I remember it because I thought that it was highly unusual.  Stratton believes that the deficiency is caused by Cpn.

It is well known that glutathione gets depleted from Cpn infection.  As for niacin, fats, or anything else, I do not know.  When I looked up the structure of B12, I was surprised that it is such a large molecule.  Compare the size of B12 with niacin for example.