My Experiences Doing Pulses

This form will give us a consistent format through which to present the variety of experiences people on a CAPi (Combined Antibiotic Protocol) have on Flagyli/Tinii pulses. This will help people considering a CAP for Cpni have a better idea of the range of reactions and how they are managed.

Current People On CAP

I am using a Combined Antibiotic Protocol for Cpn.
85% (44 votes)
I am not yet but am preparing to use a CAP e.g. supplements, reading, etc.
4% (2 votes)
I am thinking about it.
6% (3 votes)
I have successfully completed and not active on a CAP.
6% (3 votes)
Total votes: 52

Guner's melting iceberg

Guner's melting iceberg

charcoal

charcoal

Cpn Life Cycle & Antibiotics For Each Phase

Cpn Life Cycle & Antibiotics For Each Phase David Wheldoni (http://www.davidwheldon.co.uk/killing.jpg<) has made this great diagram to help us visualize the different phases of Cpni life cycle and the antibioticsi use for each phase.

long beard

long beard

"Emerging" by Ella and Michele

"Emerging" by Ella and Michele

 

Michelle and her daughter Ella are both 3D artists and this is one they did together before MSi reared its ugly head.  I will be adding some of their work to my website over the weekend.  I'll tell you all when you can have a look!....Sarah

Slide from Stratton

Slide from Stratton Slide from Dr. Stratton presentation

Systematic Supplement Sorting Structure

Systematic Supplement Sorting Structure

When the brain fog's bad, it can be challenging to get all those supplementsi out. This is my Saturday Supplement Sorting Session. The pill container in the center has 28 compartments, and I use 2 for each morning's pills, and 2 for each evening's, so this is a once a week job.

Notice the Clementine boxes -- if you've been saving these, knowing they'd be useful someday, well . . .

The "working bottles" are on the left, the "active bottle" (the one I'm actually distributing) is in the center, and the "completed bottles" are on the right. Each working bottle has a piece of masking tape on the front telling how many to use like: 5b/5d for "five at breakfast, five at dinner."

I work like this:

  1. Remove a working bottle from the left, open it, and make sure it looks like there are enough pills to go right around the compartments. If not, refill the working bottle from the boxes stacked on the left.
  2. Set the working bottle in the center of the table, in case I lose my mind, the phone rings, dog gets sick, whatever -- I can remember what I was doing.
  3. Dump enough pills into my left hand to go for a while, then take them out of the left and drop them into the compartment with the right.
  4. Put the excess back in the working bottle, move it to the right side (completed).

Again, it's not perfect, but it does let me get the job done accurately, and without too much worry about finding my place if the dryer goes off right in the middle of the process.

Blood pressure and age: effect of antibiotics

Blood pressure and age: effect of antibiotics

Here's a plot of my blood-pressure over the years superimposed on various studies of blood-pressure trends with age. Lots of caveats; plots from memory, self-assessing, single measurements, anxiety (particularly as the systolic BP approached 150) but the underlying trends are clear. Blood-pressure started to fall quickly after metronidazolei was added to doxycycline/roxithromycin, and remains low even now antibioticsi are taken intermittently.

Showing my first chocolate labrador champion

Showing my first chocolate labrador champion

Okay-so I cheated a little.  This is me showing Ch. Marlin's Willey the Aristocart-15 years ago and 50 pounds lighter.  No way you get a current picture til I'm walking again and can take this weight off!!

Can't wait for the day I can go back to showing my dogs.

My new picture

My new picture

The Curate's Egg

The Curate's Egg TRUE HUMILITY.

Right Reverend Host. “I’m afraid you’ve got a bad Egg, Mr. Jones!”
The Curate. “Oh no, my Lord, I assure you! Parts of it are excellect!

4 samples

4 samples

In the image above are 4 urine samples.

A: "Fresh", while on just roxi & Doxi

B: After 3 Hours in the sun, on Roxi & Doxi

C: After 3 Hours in the shade, on Roxi, Doxi & Flagyli<

D: After 3 Hours in the sun, on Roxi, Doxi & Flagyl

 

Dr. Stratton... en familla!

Dr. Stratton... en familla! Dr. Stratton sent me this, saying he thought it might be nice for us to have a face to put to the name. This from Xmas 2005, with his wife Pia and his grand-daughter Carmen Pia. I think we have a case of some deservedly proud grandparents here!
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