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Posts on Cpn in a specific disease: MS, FMS, CFS, Asthma, Prostatitus, Heart Disease, etc.

Autonpmic disorder

Submitted by JaneK on Wed, 2018-11-14 07:49
I had to stop taking the CAP until I’d seen the cardiologist, who diagnosed, as my neurologist did several years ago, autonomic disorder. I will ask my GP to refer me elsewhere, hopefully Liverpool, near my neurologist, at the Walton Centre. Anyhow at least half of MSers have this dysfunction, which I seem to have had all my life (i don’t sweat, nor do I have much body hair etc.

A glimmer of hope?

Submitted by tuftyone on Mon, 2018-07-16 09:05
I've been taking the Abx for just over a month. I felt a bit rough in the beginning but haven't experienced any of the horrendous die-off i've read about. Last Thursday, I got up and felt a bit different and had a shower (easily getting in and out of the bath without falling on to the floor! I walked around my flat without tripping and without my crutch. I left the flat and without thinking left the crutch behind. I walked from my car to the cashpoint and back almost completely normally! This only lasted for half a day and now I'm back to 'normal'.

Neuronal Bypasses and MS

Submitted by Barcelona on Sun, 2018-07-15 05:01
One of these weird things I didn't stop thinking about: I cannot avoid feeling myself mirrored with people with MS. I find us direct, without a lot of patience, easily irritable, stressed... and extremely intelligent. (I feel cocky writing this...) It seems all of us got the nervous system damaged, so no doubt we do not have time for stories... therefore... our brain has infected parts eaten. I highly believe our brain finds the way to create neuronal bypasses in order to survive, so when he regenerates, several connections are created... making his host an amazing evolved creature.

I accidentally discovered antibiotics helped my MS

Submitted by bkmontgomery5 on Sat, 2018-06-09 00:57

I was given Augmentin recently as a result of a bronchial infection by my daughter who is a nurse practitioner.  I noticed my MS symptoms got better when I started taking Augmentin.  I started researching, thinking there had to be a reason the antibiotics were making me feel so much better at a time when I would usually flare.  Getting sick always has made my MS flare, but not this time.  I have historically avoided taking antibiotics as I thought they were so bad for me and destroyed my gut flora.

GP not entirely supportive

Submitted by tuftyone on Fri, 2018-05-25 14:46

Hi, I just received a letter back from my GP after sending him information from David's website. He says that his theory seems to be very much a one-man theory and that I should seek neurological treatment options. I told him that I wanted to do an Elispot test offered by ArminLabs (i know it's not 100%) that I would finance. He has offered to take the blood but will not prescribe the antibiotics without a Neurologist's opinion frown

Faroe Islands - MS

Submitted by Barcelona on Thu, 2018-05-03 03:44

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: 

Die-off symptoms?

Submitted by tuftyone on Wed, 2018-05-02 16:56

Hi I've been taking Borax in a bid to resolve (what I thought was) candida overgrowth. Many people I know with MS are following a candida protocol, quite successfully. I've been less successful, but I get significant die-off symptoms when taking Borax. Borax is anti-fungal and anti-bacterial, so could the die-off actually be CPN?? 

Does any one have an opinion on this please?

Thank you