27 Apr 2018

What articles to bring to the doc visit


I am going to visit my GP next week and I want to see if he will be interested on prescribing the anitbiotics and to monitor me from time to time.  Or Perhaps he may know of a doctor who will be willing. There is so much information and I do not want to overwhelm him.  I was thinking of bringing some history of Sarah's story and maybe the question/answer session of Jim K and Dr A.Has anyone compiled anything like this?
Thanks(on minocylcine 100 mgs twice daily)



Wilson - Take David Wheldon's 13-page summary   >>  multiple sclerosis caused by a response to chronic infection: treatment possiblities     It explains Sarah's situation in brief, then outlines the protocol, then answers most of the basic questions/objections doctors bring up.  You can give the doctor the link to CPNHelp.org and direct them to the PHYSICIANS PAGE heading.  Best of luck to you!


The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems.  Mohandas Gandhi

The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. Mohandas Gandhi

I agree. David's page is the most cogent discussion and argument for this protocol, with the rest of the site as supporting documents to bolster the case. No need to overwhelm him.

To introduce my new immunologist to the treatment protocol using this, and I also downloaded the research article on "Persistance,"  the "Chlamydia pneumoniae: crossing the barriers?" for supportive add in.

For MS specifically, I'd add "Assoc. of Chlamydia pneumonie with nervous sytem disease" by Stratton and Sriram. 


On Wheldon/Stratton protocol for Cpn in CFS/FMS since December 2004.


Yes tell your doctor all about david's rgime,give him this address also a print out if you can,and just ask your doctor if he can prescribe,my gp has just written to tell me that the practice will prescribe these antibiotics for me.I am so pleased that i can get these tab;ets from my own gp.All us people with ms need to be able to go to our own gp's and recieve this treatment.  

Fiona, welcome to the site!  We seem to be starting a British invasion this week, with Alice up in the Shetlands and you just over the river from us.  You are quite right when you say that everyone with MS needs to be able just to go to their GP and ask for a prescription.  Unfortunately at present many GPs do not think the same way.  Not everyone is as determined as you, either.  Luckily Wilson did manage to get his GP to prescribe, but many have not been so fortunate.There is lots of new stuff going on here at the moment.  Have you seen this? http://www.cpnhelp.org/?q=multiple_sclerosis_and_th  Marie, our resident Super-Nurse, as Rica (Katman) calls her, has put it all together.  Well worth a read......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.