7 Mar 2011 12:30 am
hi, I have chronic fatigue and have tested pcr possitive for mycoplasma but can get no help in australia. anyone know a doc who might be able to help?
7 Mar 2011 12:30 am
7 Mar 2011 09:01 pm
phaffa lives on the Sunshine Coast in Australia, maybe you could send a private message to her?
8 Mar 2011 06:27 am
Try Lynnie from the road back foundation. She is from Sydney and on antibiotics. She might be able to help.
200mg doxy daily, 500 zithromax mwf,flagyl 1000 m-fri.rifampin 2x daily,chloestryramine 2x daily
12 Mar 2011 04:59 pm
I see one in Sydney, his books are closed but they've just employed another doctor that specialises in that type of thing and treatment with multiple antibiotics, interested??????? FANTASTIC Doctors, saved my life that's for sure.!!!! Inbox me if you want details.........there's hope for you yet!!!
CFS + Cpn - Diagnosed CFS 2004, unwell since 2001 after a bout of EPV, diagnosed Cpn 2009, CAP for Cpn 12/2009. Doxy 200mg daily, 500mg Zithromax weekly, VitD3 1000IU, B12 Inj. Variety of supplements and antifungal treatments. Multiple food intolerance.
12 Mar 2011 06:28 pm
Hi I have a fantastic Dr on the sunshine coast.Drop me an e-mail if this will work for you.All the best.
sunshinecoast Australia.Fibromyalga suffer recently informed I have CPN started on Doxy 50ml twice a day 21.2.09
24 Feb 2021 03:54 am
I am interested in finding a doctor who will oversee my wife on a regime of antibiotics to treat her MS. We live near Sydney.
My wife has MS and I am interested in the Antibiotic protocol. Does anyone know of a doctor in Sydney or NSW that will oversee the treatment
9 May 2021 03:07 pm
In reply to Hi I am interested in… by David Imisides
I’m in Sydney and in 2007 I was successively treated with a combination antibiotics protocol for Chlamydia Pneumoniae. I saw Dr Thomas Borody at the Centre for Digestive Diseases in Five Dock (Sydney, inner west). www.cdd.com.au. He put me on Rifampicin, Clarithromycin and Doxycycline and I had a big breakthrough after 8 weeks. I remained on the antibiotics for over a year to avoid re-infection. My maternal aunt had the rapid decline version of MS in the 1960s and I was starting to develop some symptoms myself before I met Dr Borody. They stopped soon afterwards. You may also like to call the CDD and ask if they know any GPs in your area who are familiar with their work. Dr Borody has a long waiting list for appointments (over 1 year) but others there would be available sooner. I recommend that you scroll through the website until you see a video by the ABC TV programme “Catalyst” about Dr Borody. There’s a list of all the doctors if you search “Our Staff”. There are also videos on YouTube if you search Dr Thomas Borody and Centre for Digestive Diseases.
NB You should check out the website of Dr Sharon Meglathery as I only recently found out that I have a more arthritic version of hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. I was misdiagnosed for most of my life as my joints do not dislocate - they sublux instead. MS is a known comorbidity of hEDS. Some others are on the same list as given for C.pneumoniae. The first half of the website covers a gene theory but scroll down halfway to the paragraph “To Whom Does This Theory Pertain”? www.rccxandillness.com. Also check out www.ohtwist.com/about-eds/comorbidities/ . I hope this is helpful for you and your wife.
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