Cardiovascular Disease

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Cardiovascular Disease

High BP and spells

I have been on CAPi antibioticsi since 06', but was also treating lyme with various other antibiotics, including Rifampin. This past year I finally was feeling about 90%, working full time and in the gym 4 days a week with no post exertional fatigue. However, recently i have been under alot of stress with work, relationship and my workout routine was more intense. About 7 weeks ago I began having episodes of sudden weakness, spasms of pain in my head, TIA symptoms, pallor, jittery/shaky feeling, sweating, chest pain. This often happens when lifting something heavy (bearing down) or climbing stairs. Even after leaning down and pulling on my boots.

Hypercoagulation in CFS, FMS, MCS, MPS, Lyme Disease, Thyroid, and more...

Link to information on Hypercoagulation :

http://www.anapsid.org/end/diffdx/hypercoagulation.html<

Sources of TF (Transfer Factor) included within this article.

List of Related Articles on hypercoagulable state in general, is included at the end of this article.

Vitamin K

Last spring I added Vitamin K complex to my list of daily supplementsi.  My primary motivation was as an adjunct for bone health, because on a regular basis, I simply was not eating enough dark green leafy vegetables.  

Recently a list of research articles has broadened my perspective on Vitamin K's diverse possible supportive functions in the body. 

I wonder how many here might be supplementing their Vitamin K levels.  It seems that this could be a relevant discussion as I looked at the titles on the list or research articles.

Louise

Diag W/COPD any suggestions?

Hi,  Im new here and went for a ct scan today.  I was diagnoised with copd about 2yrs ago.  I had Chlamydia positive in 1990.  I'm thinking all my health problems are related.  Will only antibioticsi cure this diease?Where do I find a doctor if this pulmonary doc wont treat me.  This is all to confusing.   Thanks for all your help on many posts and thoughtful people wanting to help each other.

I have alot of mucus and a cough from this lung problem.  Will this cpni get worse if I still have it?  Does the test for cpn, is it pretty accurate?Which is the best test to take?  Thanks many times again  Chipper

How do I put my symptoms in the post so others can review?

Chlamydia test

Hi I'm a newbie,  I posted before.  I'm not really sure how to make my entry on my physical problems.  I would like to know if anyone has had mercury fillings and did they have them removed.  Did it improve your health?  I also seem to have a problem with preservatives in food, like (benzoate) is this a problem with anyone else.  Is the test for cpni accurate?  Is is a blood test? I'm not sure what to do first.

chipper  Thanks Frown

2nd Try at Graduation

Today is my last day on full-time CAPi.  I tried to graduate about this same time last year and fell flat on my face (my CAP started Spring '07).  For those who don't know me, my problems are:  high blood lipids, adult-onset diabetes, arthritis, hyperostosis, and osteopenia (depositing bone where it doesn't belong and losing it from where it should be denser).  There are other minor complaints, but those are the main ones.

Need help for my sister. Why CPn test POS and then NEG?

I've written about my sister before.  She asked to be tested for CPni at Cleveland clinic and came back positive, something like 1/125 or close to that.  Cleveland Clinic asked her if she wanted to be treated with 1 abxi for a few weeks. 

She has lung and sinus problemsi, fibromyalgiai, fatigue and serious heart and vein problems and inflammationi.  Basically the falling apart syndrome.  I tried to get her started on CAPi, but she didn't follow through, claiming she didn't have time to get sick.  She did take NACi for awhile.  Now she is really sick, with pretty bad heart problems.  She has been diagnosed with everything under the sun over the years, but then they always end up changing their minds and saying it probably isn't what they thought it was.

Antibiotics to be available without prescription

This is the news:  In England, possible antibioticsi to be sold over the counter, to treat CHLAMYDIA!

This is the story form http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2008/aug/06/health<

Oral antibiotics are to be made available for the first time without doctor's prescription under guidelines approved yesterday by the medicines regulator.

A pill to treat chlamydia, the most commonly diagnosed sexually transmitted infection, will become available for purchase in pharmacies across England later this year.

Health Freedom Warning: Drug Company Seeks to Outlaw Vitamin B6 to Protect Pharma Profits

I subscibe to this newsletter, as I believe a few others do here.  Sometimes the author may seem "a bit over the top"; BUT, his information is usually spot on and helpful.  We as citizens of the great US of A.... are quietly being hoodwinked by going's on such as this article; i.e., drug companies/Big Pharma are committing  widespread biopiracy, stealing all the good medicine from nature<, claiming patent protection on the useful molecules, and getting the FDA to outlaw virtually all the natural substances from which those medicines were first derived!

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Appealing to self-interest

I've been trying to persuade editors and doctors, especially my own doctors, that CPNi is the scourge of the Century, contributing to the morbidity and mortality of millions of people. So far my results have been pathetic. ___A couple of weeks ago I stumbled onto an article about the National Business Group on Health. The NBGH is an association of large businesses trying to reduce their health costs. From their website, I've deduced that it is a hardnosed, no-nonsense group ___I've been working for two weeks on a package to send them. It's a difficult task because I want to get their attention without making them think I'm a crackpot. My requests for information from this group in the last few days were for data to go the the NBGH.

RLS (restless legs syndrome) and doubled risk of heart disease

Found this in a health educational news letter that I get via email. 

veiny arms?

During the course of my illness, I have noticed that the veins in my arms don't look as healthy veins should look.   They almost look somewhat bulgy...and really blue.  I went searching for possible explanations and came across the link below.  Do you guys think CPNi is the cause of this?  Is anyone else having circulation problems and if so, have they gotten better over time?

http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/health/s/168/168143_doctor_takes_stigma_out_of_yuppie_flu.html<

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