Pulse # 43

A couple of hours ago I popped my first tinii tab of this, pulse 43.  When this strip of tinidazole is finished, that will be my last tini pulse; I have no more.  I have a box of 21 metronidazolei that I brought back from Spain latest autumn. If I do decide to pulse after that, I'll pick up some more metro when I'm in Madeira.

I am currently still taking rifampacin. That supply is due to run out in October too. It'd certainly be great if I could look back then and say that I am now fit.  Being realistic is no fun at all.

Froggy:

Seeingthat the lady is not up to posting herself at the moment, it is worth a mention that since Froggy ran out of certain antibiotics a couple of months ago, so she stopped the lot. I observed that soon after she was on a full dose of rifampacin last year, she regained her apitite and soon ceased to scrawny. Since stopping her abxi, her apitite has left her once again.


G.

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The problem with this disease

The problem with this disease is we don't honestly know where we'd be without doing the protocol.  Would we be the same?  Worse?  No one knows.  I'm glad the medical community has started acknowledging its existence and I'm glad they're studying it, because we're flying blind here. Check your email, SG.

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