Mitochondrial dysfunction, MS, CFS, ALS, Chronic infection and CPn infection

Submitted by Irene4k on Mon, 2016-08-08 05:27

Here is a very interesting piece of research about Mitochondrial dysfunction and chronic infection, tying together many disparate chronic diseases.  Also ways, apart from antibiotics, that you can improve your mitochondrial dysfunction."Many chronic diseases and illnesses are associated with one or more chronicinfections, dysfunction of mitochondria and reduced production of ATP.

Chlamydia Pneumonia for CFS and fibromyalgia: 6 Month Recovery

Submitted by SunnyDay on Sun, 2016-08-07 23:38

TO: ANYONE LIKE ME!I write this post not long after finishing the antibiotic routine. I am writing this for other people who are perhaps like me. When I first came here I could see there were many very sick people on this site and although I was quite unwell, I was not in the extreme category. So, this may be worth reading for other people who feel they are in a similar situation to me. SYMPTOMS BEFORE BEGINNING TREATMENT (JAN 2016)

I haven't blogged in awhile...

Submitted by willingtocope on Fri, 2016-08-05 12:26

Yet again...no real improvement...but...no further progression.  So, I'm going to call the protocol succesful.  I'm sure, if I'd get off my but and exercise a bit, improvements would come.I did, however, have one of those episodes Aug 2.  I'd been feeling a little off for a couple days.  Low grade fever in the afternoon.  Monday, chills in the afternoon.  Went to bed, couldn't get up again.  Finally, about 5am, I struggled to my feet and then collasped (gracefully) to the floor.  Had to call the care attendants to pick me up.  No damage.Turns out there was indeed a bug of some sort going around the building. Everything seems back to normal now.

Cpn protocol prescriber in Detroit, Michigan, USA

Submitted by Debbie Allen on Thu, 2016-08-04 21:02

Does anyone know how I can get the medication?  My doctor won't prescribe without cpn infection proof.     I am extremely discouraged.    How is everyone on this site getting the meds?  I live in the Detroit, Michigan, USA area.   I was diagnosed with secondary progressive ms in 2001.    

Pulse #33

Submitted by supaguy on Sun, 2016-07-31 18:21

Pulse #33 here we go ...Yes, I am rather late this time but then I have had very little energy; rather like a wet rag.I have been rather depleted lately, so I haven't even logged on for a while. Having just started a pulse, it was necessary for me to log on in order to post. I went out into Swansea yesterday but today I am back to just basically doing almost nothing.  Here in the UK, the popular and universal get-out seems to be Brexit; I don't think I'll be blaming my lack of energy on that.  Hopefully, in a week's time I'll be singing from the tree tops.WinkG.

49 done changed to ramphin

Submitted by froggy 1965 on Thu, 2016-07-14 09:36

ok so started raferpin - not a whole lot of difference so far but seem to have regained apperite which has to be be good, still not walking,pain in feet as gefore sill living in hope.   I hope for more improvements,  especially walking and brains seem tolive in confision - not good anyway still convin yced that I will recover its a very slow process for me  anyway best wishes to all on this marathon, love Suzannne