Submitted by supaguy on Sat, 2017-01-07 19:33

A few hours ago, I just finished tini pulse 38.  I suppose that I have been a bit naughty by not announcing it until it was over.  I have been a bit naughty in many ways recently; missing supplements for days on end for one thing.  I suppose that I need to get out of the rut and try to spark some energy into myself.  Perhaps I could connect my mitochondria up to the mains?Anyway, tinidazole pulse 38 is over. I had no energy before it and I don't believe that I have gained any. I have a big polothene bag full of rifampicin, given the me by one of our Eastern European members. I shall rest up for a week before commencing.CoolG.

Goodluck SG - and Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you

Started NAC Sept'14... 100mg Doxy Dec'14...  Roxi 13Dec '14 Supplements...


Hey ...

Thanks for that Tiger.  Let me wish you a happy Christmas and very happy New Year too. I will take this opportunity to wish the same to every single person on this site that is here and trying to get well. Most of us have by now taken the decorations down and taken the cards off display.  For many, Christmas was over at the start of the boxing day sales. For some, today is Christmas Day ... so to those Orthodox Christians in our midst and beyond: a Special Happy Christmas today.


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―    Abraham Lincoln

Haha, but I know what you had for dinner to celebrate the ending of your pulse!  Yes, you do need to get out of your rut and spark some energy into yourself,especially if you want to try taking rifampicin, but I somehow feel that connecting your mitochondria up to the mains is not the best way to do it!..........................Sarah

Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent.   Still improving bit by bit and no relapses since finishing treatment.