Pulse # 47

Submitted by supaguy on Mon, 2017-11-20 07:49

My nasty cold has finally gone ... and good riddance to it too.  So this morning I started pulse 47. The weather forecast predicts rain all bloody week ... so what better thing than tinidazole pulsing? I've come back to bed; turned electric blanket nearly full on and pulled the covers over my head. God, that weather is foul!CoolG.

How daft am I?

Submitted by JaneK on Sun, 2017-11-19 08:38

How daft can I be?  On Friday I finished what, I think, was, actually, pulse 5, but I'm not sure and need to check my diary, when I'm not cuddling my injured dog, whose happiness  is more important than counting!  But, with the need to test for myself, against advice, on my birthday, I had a couple, only a couple, of drinks, while pulsing Metro. For anyone else who needs to find out for themself, drink at home, ill effects weren't immediate, but fairly quick. I didn't throw up, but I could have done! I felt nauseous and exhausted for a couple of days. I'm realising that improvement, for me, really is incremental, but it's there. I'm sure I'll step back again, but every good day tells me that I'm on the right track.


Submitted by HealthyGal on Tue, 2017-11-14 09:06

Good morning from Healthygal (formerly Healthygirl)!Are there any Jeopardy watchers here?  Jeopardy is an iconic American Quiz show...Last night one of the questions was about a British queen who led an uprising against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire in about AD 60.I immediately yelled out Boudicea!My fellow, who is a history buff just looked at me as if to say HOW DID YOU KNOW THAT?I was proud to answer that I'd learned about Boudicea on Cpnhelp!  I've learned lots of helpful information on Cpnhelp.Thanks to everyone who contibutes!

Cough & a cold.

Submitted by supaguy on Sun, 2017-11-12 19:27

Hi folks!I think that it is an inescapable fact that when we are popping lots of antibiotics on this protocol, we inevitably ask ourselves whether we are doing the right thing or not. After all, taking lots of antibiotics is not a normal thing to do.This week, I can genuinely say that I am glad that I am popping lots of antibiotics and, if I wasn't, I'd probably be one of those talked about people that bang on their doctor's door demanding antibiotics. I have one of those pesky colds that has decided to take up residence on my chest. Were it not for the fact that I am taking doxycycline, azithromycin and rifampicin, I'd be thinking that I need antibiotics.

Desparate to find a doctor to help with treatment protocol

Submitted by Canadaontariouser on Mon, 2017-11-06 10:53

Good morning,I am posting my message both here and on the form in hopes that someone reads it.I have been suffering with chronic fatigue syndrome for over 20 years. Was only diagnosed in 2011 though. After many years of searching I finally found a doctor who was on board with me to start the protocol. However when the time came to start she shyed away and I am now left hanging.I am desparate because it is so hard to find a dr willing to help and I was very enthusiastic to start my treatment protocol. The disease leaves me dealing with lots of symptoms and minimal functinality and this was my last hope.I was wondering if anyone on this board can help me to find a dr who is willing to help. I live in Ontario, Toronto area however I am willing to travel.

Pulse 4!

Submitted by JaneK on Fri, 2017-10-20 06:08

Nearly done! Two more tabs and I get three weeks off! And, yes, it has been tough, as DW and Sarah warned me. I've been much better at taking my ABX on an empty tummy. I lost so much weight when I was first diagnosed, I was very skinny! But, 10 years later, I'm putting weight on, maybe too much, but I've a feeling it's good, and I feel sure, I'll be walking my very loved guide dog, soon.It goes like this ...I pop Metro as soon as I wake and again, about, 8 hours later.  The third, again, 7 or 8 hours later, just before bed, taking Roxy an hour, or so, before tea and Doxy, after, and supplements then, although I sometimes forget, but always take Bs.