My 2007 (pretreatment) Chlamydia Pneumoniae Differentiation Antibody Panel (IgM, IgG, IgA) results

Submitted by Louise on Mon, 2011-02-28 12:55

From the initial May 2007 lab report of my                                                                   Chlamydia pneumoniae Differentiation Antibody Panel (IgM.

Methylation, Metals Toxicity and Nutrogenomics Testing Results, a major Adjunct Treatment enables Nerve Coating (Re-myelination)

Submitted by Louise on Tue, 2010-06-08 12:50

Methylation, Metals Toxicity and Nutrigenomic Testing Results,a major Adjunct Treatment enables Nerve coating repair.Blogpage Originally Submitted by Louise on Sunday, 2010-03-21 17:06.   Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Fibromyalgia Folic acid Genetics Immune Infections Inflammation Melatonin Multiple Sclerosis Neurological diseases Seratonin Supplements

Lauricidin - adding another adjunct shown to inactivate bacteria, viruses, fungus, and yeasts

Submitted by Louise on Tue, 2010-01-19 22:39

1-19-2010 I'm finally getting all my adjuncts from my Dec 09 visit lined up and started. My MD seems to be on track with DrP, Lauricidin was highly recommended to me by my provider. Here is a written source that can give some information regarding its benefits. Thanks Raven for sharing your information, I ran it by my provider and he already knew about it and certainly approved of it's addition to my treatment plan.  (taken from Joyce's blog titled Lauricidin)

Update 8-12-09, now Two Years, 2 Months since start of Stratton-Wheldon CAP Treatment for CFS/FMS.

Submitted by Louise on Wed, 2009-08-12 07:16

Just now I am packing for a three day spiritual retreat weekend that starts tomorrow.  Yes, I am well enough to get ready and go.  I owe my returned physical, mental and emotional improvements to my 20 months on the full Wheldon CAPi.   

Blogging Treasures gone missing!

Submitted by Louise on Mon, 2009-06-08 07:13

June 10, 2010 UPDATE:   Now, one year after the start of this blog page topic and much is still the same here at CPnhelp or more so it seems to me.    CPnhelp remains an important archive for those who want information to share with their providers in co-management of their healthcare.   The Getting Started page, CPn Handbook, Patient Stories,  Physician Page and Research tabs at the top of each page are the true focus of the website.      I do hope that those who are new to the website be sure to investigate them fully for the information that they need and not to rely on the discussions and comment for the how to of CAP treatment.  

Accessible Self Testing available

Submitted by Louise on Wed, 2009-06-03 15:32

Accessible self testing for VitD3 and major hormone groups.  FYI, at; "ZRT Laboratory’s state-of-the-art saliva and blood spot testing technology allows for accurate measurement of a broad array of hormones and detection of existing hormone imbalance.Saliva Testing - Convenient home collection, accurate, and inexpensive, Saliva Testing provides a true picture of the bioavailable levels of steroid hormones.

CAP & Adjunct Treatment update March 11, 2009

Submitted by Louise on Wed, 2009-03-18 10:33

Treatment Overview on March 11, 2009;Diagnostic Evaluation May 24, 2007. Chronic Fatigue Sydrome - Progressive onset - 20 to 30 years to overwhelming fatigue, Fibromyalgia, Mild Form.  C.Pn. positive by Lab test result > 1:512,  Bb positive by Lab test Western Blot after doxycycline taken for 3 -4 weeks for CPn, Borrelia Burgdorferi (Lyme Disease) was revealed as positve on Western Blot late July 2007.Started CAProtocol 6-21-07 with Doxycycline, N-A-C and all supplements,  CAP Progressed on 10-31-07 Macrolide-added, progressed 11-22-07 Tinidazole-added and also Cholestyramine HS PRN x 7d starting day 3 - 4 of pulse and continuing for +/- 7 days.

Sticky Wicket a metaphor used to describe a difficult circumstance

Submitted by Louise on Thu, 2009-01-08 20:03

Well here it is I am past the end of Dec.  My goal for my 10th repeat of  liver evaluation tests was before the first of the year to get the bill on last years insurance.  I was under the weather with a nasal cold.  I am clear now finally on day 13, the blessing is it did not make it to my lungs.  I used several boxes of kleenex, even with over the counter meds I was blowing my nose frequently but all and all I did well enough even with the "protection of my currently high Dose of D3" I caught this one, likely on Christmas Eve at the candlelight hymn centered service.  Likely from the children singing so sweetly behind me?  

18 Months on CAP

Submitted by Louise on Thu, 2008-12-11 15:03

Dec 24, 2008 marks the completion of my 18th month of treatment.  I am antibody positive for CPn and Bb.  I started treatment on bacteriocidal level of Doxycycline 400 mg/day for almost 4 months before cutting back to 100 mg BID and adding Roxithromycin 150mg BID daily.  Those first 4 months were incapacitating and perhaps advantagious it is water under the bridge and I would not recommend it to others.