Nearly twelve years ago, I first posted a Blog entry announcing that having "struck out" in my attempts to find a physician who would prescribe the antibiotics for the Wheldon Protocol, I was "striking out" on my own. Not having any medical training, I did manage to put myself in the emergency room a couple of times, but my management of the endotoxins got better with time and I successfully completed the regime. Since then, I gained back just about everything the M.S. had taken away from me with just a few tiny reminders that I once had M.S.
Maybe someone can help here.
I have an elderly friend who suffers a lot with pain from RA.
His family would like to take him off a few of the pain killers and replace them with cannabis oil ... their worries are would this oil interfere with his current meds his on?
Nobody in this country can or will answer it for them so I put it over to ye....
His meds are as follows
Well, it's Sarah's Birthday tomorrow, the 23rd November.
How should I mark it?
Possibly with breakfast in bed, comprising Genoa cake, fresh strawberries and some white grapes. And with thanks to Charles Stratton, who made her recovery possible. And, also, to friends on this website. Thank you all.
It has been a while since I gave an update. I am now on pulse 8. I went back on prednisone about 3 months ago because I was having aches and pains again and it seemed to be moving to my lower back and legs. My hands have been bothersome for months - especially my thumbs and wrists. At the last doctor visit, he did an xray of my right hand and said "it's arthritis but lets get an ultrasound". The appointment was scheduled for today.
Posted by Jean UK but lost last week:
It is now fifteen years or a bit more since I started CAP and I am still going strong, so over the next few days I will do a proper update.
Hi This is a question for all the other women of a certain age! (I don’t think that involves you SG, despite the ongoing pregnancy!)
I don’t think MS fatigue should be a major problem any more, but it is!
Aged 50, i must be menopausal, in fact, the menopause began when I was 41 and sent for chemo infusions, by my neuro. who was trying to shock my immune/nervous system into behaving. And stopped after a few more years!
The fatigue began about 5 years ago, i wonder if it is caused by CPN, or a hormone imbalance.
I think this is pulse # 53 but I can no longer refer to my old posts to check my own history.
More than a month into the treatment. I wanted to update on my wife's progress. She is experiencing a lot of spinal pain, shoulder & neck pain and spasticity in the legs all this increased after starting the treatment which could probably mean ABX is working.
I wanted to point out another important thing which I noticed, She used to have itchy rashes on her back since almost childhood I think. That used to give out some sort of solid white substance(Very very small). This has stopped :) but itchiness is reducing.
Good day everybody,
I thought I needed to provide some update on my progress. Last time I wrote in my blog I was desperately searching for a doctor to help with the protocol.
I have since found one and these are the findings:
From the exams performed it was found that I am suffering from the following diseases: