Suggested Timetable to Implement Emerging Stratton Protocol

Hi there, 

I'm looking for some feedback for an appropriate timetable for dosing up on medicine, for the "Emerging Stratton Protocol" which uses a dose of calcium pyruvate 1hr before each dose of tetracycline (like minocycline), macrolide (like roxithromycin), nitroimidazole (like tinidazole)...and ultimately a rifamycin (like rifabutin). The way the protocol is written, it looks like you need to stagger the dose of each antibiotic?

http://www.cpnhelp.org/emerging_stratton_protoco<

Here's a draft timetable...without the addition of a rifamycin (I think it will be a long time before I can work up to it). My challenge is to minimise the swallowing of medication in the office as there are too many distractions which could cause me to miss a dose.

I'm aware that some take caffeine instead of calcium pyruvate. I'm very caffeine sensitive...though the sensistivity seems to be receding as I spend time on the Wheldon protocol. I suspect my liver had a fair load of Cpn as many chemical/food sensitivities have gone away as I've lowered my CPn load;

6ampyruvate
7amRoxi
  
7.30ambreakfast
 NACi<
 mino
  
8ampyruvate
9amtini
  
5pmpyruvate
6pmdinner
 NAC
 mino
  
7pmpyruvate
8pmtini
  
9pmpyruvate
10pmroxi

I would suggest that you stick with what Thibault prescibed for you.  2008 is a long time ago and pyruvate is rather old hat.  If you talked to Stratton now, I doubt that he would suggest it........................Sarah

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

thanks Sarah. 

I have been wondering why Stratton doesn't publish his latest protcol (has it really been stable for the past 8 years)?

Helen

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Doing Thibault protocol (NACi/minoi/roxi/tinii/nattokinase)...but considering morphing to Stratton protocol

Basically, the actual protocol is just the antibioticsi, which include rifampicin in the case of trials and with many of Sriram's patients.  Stratton doesn't have any patients since all his time is taken up with teaching and research.  He will offer advice but this can be rifampicin or what David and Thibault use.  Pyruvate has never been part of a published protocol......................Sarah

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

good to know...

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Doing Thibault protocol (NACi/minoi/roxi/tinii/nattokinase)...but considering morphing to Stratton protocol

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