Submitted by wull1 on Mon, 2016-10-31 04:29

Hello, i am new to this, i have recently found out about Chlamydia Pneumoniae and i am requesting anyones help to find the antibiotics for this. I suffer crom chronic pain amongst  other things. I live in the UK. Can anyone please help me. Thank you..Smile 

Hi Wull1!

I am very sorry to learn of your pain and I am glad that you have managed to find your way here.

You do not say very much about yourself and in particular you do not say why you think you may have CPn cause of your feel pain. Perhaps you would be good enough to say a little more and perhaps others might be able to give some input as to whether you are on the right track or not.

Different people here on this website have differing views. I feel fairly certain that a good first step in both diagnosing and treating active chlamydia pneumoniae infection is by taking NAC (N-Acetyl Cystiene).


It is widely believed that if flu-like symptoms occur after taking this amino acid for a time, this is confirmation of active CPn infection. It is worth noting that the absence of this NAC flu is not proof that you're clear either. I didn't really get NAC flu.

I obtain all my doxycycline using a valid prescription from a registered doctor.

All discussions about obtaining medicines are conducted via the private message system. Hopefully, when we know more, we will be in a position to offer appropriate advice to you.

Good luck,

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i have a friend up the road who had been diagnosed with fibromyalgia for 15 years. She had been to about15 differeent GP's & ended up on pain medication + medication for migraines + antidepressants. She had about 4 or 5 different pain medications & it ended up quite a cocktail. She was diagnosed with CPN but NOT MS (same as me). Her pain is now significantly better after about 1.5 years on the CAP. For her (may not be for you) she had a massive B12 deficiency & found that the B12 by itself (2 injections per week) were a major improvement. Even though i have CPN my symptoms do not include any pain. DOn't be put off if others with CPN have different symptoms, its just how this bug manifests. Let me know if you want more info!