Submitted by jean2 on Mon, 2019-06-10 22:28

I just figured out that I have MS.  I have the brain shrinkage, numbness in the hand, balance issues, personality changes, depression, lack of appetite, and other things.  HELP!

Time Flies...

Submitted by hdwhit on Sun, 2019-06-02 15:55

I just noticed my previous blog entry was in January 2018.  Since then:

  • I retired,
  • My wife retired,
  • Our youngest son graduated high school,
  • My father, age 94, decided he could no longer take care of his farm and moved to an assisted living facility, and
  • We relocated from suburban north Texas to a derelict catfish farm in north Arkansas. 

All of that was made possible by the CAP stopping progression of my Multiple Sclerosis.

Excellent 3rd Pulse Finished!

Submitted by Jan Figtree2019 on Mon, 2019-05-20 11:20

Hello Kiki, Lizzie, Sarah, and all!

Just finished my 3rd Pulse (second multi-day pulse) with excellent results.

This pulse was 7 days---I felt so good that I just kept going after 5 days.

Things that I changed up during this pulse:  On day four (4) I started taking all my antibiotics in one big dose in the morning.  For some reason, I felt better the next few days doing this:  a clearer head...

Catalyst and MS.

Submitted by Sarah on Sat, 2019-04-27 15:29

In 2012, Maryanne Demasi, who worked at the time for ABC television, came to England to do a series of half hour science programmes. Here is one, involving Drs David Wheldon and Paul Thibault talking about multiple sclerosis:

Catalyst and Multiple Sclerosis.

Look out for the spotty Australian neurologist: you can almost see what Maryanne is thinking! 


Jan's Story

Submitted by Jan Figtree2019 on Tue, 2019-02-26 21:10

My story begins in late 2016 with mild sciatic pain (left leg).   I did not go to the doctor for this as it had come and gone for at least 20 years.  (I also had other symptoms that I’ve ignored/just lived with my whole life.) But this time it was different with the pain rapidly progressing until I was pretty much bent over and could not walk, sit or turn in bed.    I was also very, very stiff. I still refused to go to the doctor (even with great insurance) as I had not had much luck in getting clear diagnoses and logical treatments for other medical issues.


Checking In

Submitted by raven on Sat, 2019-01-12 07:37

I haven’t been around here lately. Just checking in to let everyone know how things are going. If you recall, I was treating Cpn, Mycoplasma, Lyme, Bartonella, viruses and Mold exposure.
I feel I kicked most of these after years of abx treatment.
But kept getting exposed to mold and Cpn.
In 2016 I went on the Buhner herbs and found them very effective for Cpn. I do a month of herbs every other month now.

probable arson

Submitted by D W on Fri, 2019-01-04 20:22

My old laboratory was demolished a few years ago. It was a fine laboratory, which was instrumental in solving outbreaks, notably the outbreak of Echo 11 virus, which killed new-borns. We solved the outbreak by giving immunoglobulin and oral polio vaccine (which has immune parallels with Echo 11) and had only one death. (Other major teaching hospitals did not do this, and their outbreaks ran on, with many deaths.) Alas, I mourn my old laboratory.

...where even Verizon can't hear me now

Submitted by hdwhit on Mon, 2018-11-26 17:05

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.