Advice on Protocols

Submitted by pjdelambo on Sat, 2017-12-30 00:01

I was diagnosed with adult onset asthma in 2003.  About 10 months of having this new health issue, I started taking doxycycline for another health issue.  I noticed my asthma went away while I was on the doxy.  I googled and found Jim Quinlin's story and he referred me to Dr. Hahn.  My doctor would not prescribe 3 months of antibiotics but I was able to get ahold of 2 1/2 months doseage.  I was asthma free for 12 years.  In 2016, I noticed I had slight asthma when exercising.  I spoke with Dr. Hahn and he suggested I take doxy for 6 months.  I also questioned that in 2014, I started having joint and muscle pain in my arms.

set of 3 antibiotics - 2 series treatment

Submitted by waylanderus on Tue, 2017-10-10 07:03

Hello everyone, I'm from Poland and my uncle (who can't speak English) is in the IGG phase of chlamydia and he's after the first series of antibiotics. For six weeks he had been taking metronidazol +Doxycyclinum + azithromicinum. Now he's supposed to wait two to three weeks (break) and then start the second series of these antibiotics. Has anyone ever done it? And if yes, was it helping? Any positive effects? My uncle is wondering if he should take the second series of this antibiotics or should he stop this treatment.Thanks for any help.Greetings from Poland.

Redhill formula has no NAC or tetracycline - opinion of microbiologist?

Submitted by hwebb on Sun, 2017-01-08 00:47

Was wondering in D W (or any other microbiologist on the forum) could provide any advice around the Redhill CAP formula when used to treat Cpn.It does not contain NAC or a could it eradicate the Elementary Body (EB) and Reticulate/Replicating Body (RB) lifestages of Cpn effectively? I guess the formula does contain rifabutin, so would suppress the conversion of EB to RB.The formula seems like it would hit the Cryptic Cpn lifestage hard.thanks in advance,

Bacterial brain infections

Submitted by nckgrnvld on Fri, 2016-03-04 17:27

Hello folks, Is anyobdy here familiar with CAP treatment for bacterial brain infections (c pneumoniae)?I have a lot of the symptoms of neuronal hypoglycemia and serotonin deficiency (loss of athleticism, fatigue, difficulty in thinking, loss of concentration, loss of pleasure, impaired cognition). Symptoms completely improve when i'm on zero-carbohydrate diet. Symptoms also improve when i highly elevate my blood sugar. Since about 1 year ago, i follow the Perfect Health Diet, written by Paul Jaminet. He states: 

Suggested Timetable to Implement Emerging Stratton Protocol

Submitted by hwebb on Sun, 2016-02-21 02:46

Hi there, I'm looking for some feedback for an appropriate timetable for dosing up on medicine, for the "Emerging Stratton Protocol" which uses a dose of calcium pyruvate 1hr before each dose of tetracycline (like minocycline), macrolide (like roxithromycin), nitroimidazole (like tinidazole)...and ultimately a rifamycin (like rifabutin). The way the protocol is written, it looks like you need to stagger the dose of each antibiotic?

best lab for monitoring Cpn titers

Submitted by hwebb on Sat, 2016-01-30 04:54

Hi there, I'm looking for a recommendation of a lab to determine my levels of Cpn, to keep in line with Dr Stratton's suggestion to "continue to monitor titers every several years". am based in Australia.My current lab only provide info as to whether the following are postitive or negative or borderline:IgGIgAIgMMy understanding is that the Vanderbilt lab closed down.regards,

stop or not?

Submitted by Diane Patten on Sat, 2015-11-14 11:16

Hi thereI am a 59 year old woman living with secondary progress MS I suffer with dizziness, eye problems, stiffness, pin and needles, fatigue, poor balance I can't walk very far I am also in alot of pain, I have been on dr wheldon for two and a half years now and I haven't seen any improvement infact I am slowly getting worse,  I'm in a bit of a dilemma shall I carry on taking the antibiotics or  not, I was thinking to myself maybe I'll take them for 4 years I really don't know what to do.Diane