Monitoring of blocked jugular veins

Hi all,

I am being treated in Australia & the Dr is checking my jugular vein flow on the left & the right. he said that the CPNi lives in the vein & blocks a vein (normally the left) if the infection is bad. 

>Is this a common method used?

>Would this be helpful to add to the list of tools for diagnosis on the website?


Thanks again,


Hi Mark,

I followed the same process through a Dr out of Newcastle with Scans on my veins, I had bloods to confirm that CPNi was in my system and I had flow retrictions on my first vist over 15 months ago, I then commenced the CAPi, I had a follow up vist in June of this year with blood flows reurn to normal, this was also confirmed through a MRI 3 weeks later.


That is very gratifying to hear Rod.  I often wondered what the state of my veins would be when my treatment is over, and whether I would then need vein surgery.


You'll want to read this, then.< 

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

Hi,  can you email someone that can provide me with a website that provides quality antibioticsi?  My Neurologist does not believe CAPi can help me but I have to at least try instead of watching myself get worse.... Thanks for help, Shelleye

I've had a read at that MacK - sounds like DW's vascular system healed when the CPni was got rid of.  Thanks, Irene

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