I am getting to the point that under good conditions I can have what I call a normal (for me) lifeI am doing much better than five years agoI can work at non strenous jobs part time can get exercise twice a week and get some sleep at nightBut to my surprise I am still a hothouse flowerRecently I went to a workshop in the desert and camped for a few days It was hot ( I don't do well in heat and cold ) I did not have the chance to lay down which I do frequently in my everyday life etcI had a very hard time sleeping and got to the point where I could not walk very far I had to get into my car to get from point to point even short distances.
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..
Hi all, i really need your advise. Specially from those living in the uk and progressing.i am reaching cracking point. I had the occupational therapist i have phoned the council but i seem not to get good advise.from the services you can get buy or pay ,.... which one is the one you value the most? Eg cleaner, someone to look after children take them to school, carer. I have the help of my husband but he is reaching a point where all this is too much, keeping his work, looking after children, cooking, shoping.... all too intense because of his demanding job. And he travels a lot too.
Hi everyone, Terri starts pulse #31 next week and is still experiencing slow steady improvements and ample evidence that the anti’s are still doing their job.We got to three week pulses but found them too onerous with not enough recovery time between pulses and so we reverted back to four week pulses.
The capsules consist of 95 mg of clarithromycin, 45 mg of rifabutin, and 10 mg of clofazimine. RHB-104 From Readhill. Interesting.
This may be a long read – so probably best to settle down with a nice cup of herbal tea first!I think it must be true that time really does fly when you’re having fun, as I really can’t believe I’ve been taking antibiotics for 5 years and 5 months now. Not exactly sure I can describe the whole adventure as ‘fun’, but it certainly continues to be both fascinating and bewildering. I had a really positive appointment with my neurologist yesterday – he’s been supportive all along and, whilst I’m quite happy to ‘go it alone’ with all of this, which I have to do most of the time, it’s still great to have the chance to impress a doctor with the improvements so far!
Hi all,yesterday i came across with a talk from a canadian university were they talked about what is promising in MS for the future. Thay talked about ocrelizumab for ppms , stem cells and minocycline .https://youtu.be/gKYhtzYJrjc
sorry, this is not cpn related. But i was wondering if any of you that lives in the UK has a pendant alarm that works well and could recommend. I am struggling since i have so many to choose from and they lack of info some of theM. Please help......
I am still faithfully doing the Buhner Protocol, taking the herbs he recommends 6x per day. I also started the protocol for Lyme and the co-infections. After starting the co-infection herbs, I had some really rough days. They were as bad as I ever was on flagyl. I almost cut back but instead I upped cat's claw and started ibuprofen (both for their effect on inflammation) and upped my chlorella intake. Whether the herx passed or those three things helped, or a combination, I'm not 100% sure but I did start feeling better soon thereafter.