RB- Reticular body

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Cpn form which lives inside a body cell and replicates, churning out new EB's.

Slide Presentation on Cpn from Charles Stratton

Although focused on respiratory diseasei, this slide show provides and excellent summary of Cpni in general, and why combination antibiotic therapy is so important.

Click This Link< for a powerpoint presentation by Charles Strattoni on Cpn.

It includes great pictures of the organism at different life phases, and links Cpn various diseasesi.

Download a .pdf file of the slide show, thanks to Red (!) CLICK HERE<

Development of Chlamydia pneumoniae inclusion

Interesting, yet kinda creepy knowing this is what is going on inside us.

   Development of Chlamydia pneumoniae inclusion




Hyperthyroid Driving Cpn Conversion?

I had to start a Tinii pulse a little ahead of schedule. It seems that some of my old areas of concern are flaring up again. Some stiffness in the muscles around the side of the head and an area around my left ankle stiff and sore. Muscle cramping.

What I am wondering is if this bout of hyperthyroidism has awakened cryptic Cpni in those areas and triggered conversion from cryptic to replicating bodies. It would seem logical that turning up the metabolic heat would do this.Perhaps this is an ideal time to take action and hammer it down.

I am going back to closer spaced pulses (9 days apart instead of 2 weeks). There is no way I could take Tini continously--I would just feel too yucky.

Biofilms - Clinical Implications of, by Dr. Stephen Olmstead, Chief Science Officer for Prothera and Klaire Labs -

On February 26, 2009, Dr. Stephen Olmstead, Chief Science Officer for ProThera® and Klaire Labs™, gave a lecture to the Physicians’ Roundtable meeting in Greenville, North Carolina on gastrointestinal biofilm.

My new dr

My previous LLMD who was my CAPi prescriber moved out of state and I transitioned to another dr in the same practice group. Yesterday was my first appt. I was a bit apprehensive to change the dr but I am happy now I must say.

My new dr has a different approach to the disease in terms of that he treats whole body. If my previous provider just gave me CAP rx, this dr wants to address all my conditions - hypoT, hypertension">i, nutritional issues, wants to check heavy metals as well. He even asked if I have a ObGyn and do regular pap smears.

Intermittant Protocol

Intermittant Thereapy~~~ There recently have been quite a few who have gone to intermittant therapy (hurray!).  I know in recent discussions comments are made "to refer back to their individual posts" to see what that consists of.  It is difficult sometimes to query this site for such specific information re each member.  

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.

D-Ribose Bringing CPn Out Of Cryptic Form?

Paula has been starting to use d-ribose primarily to increase energy and reduce porphyrin production.

As you may know, she does have a lot of trouble tollerating new supplementsi which is why we add anything new, very slowly.

She is currently putting 1.25 grams of powder into a 75ml bottle of water and taking a few slogs.  Over the past couple of days, her tollerance level has increased, as previously she would get a large increase in fatigue when taking it.  She has attempted to take ribose a few times these last couple of weeks, but had reactions to it.

Blood Cell Infection?

I am a bit confused.  I have read that the EBi's can be carried on red blood cells, but can they invade and infect red blood cells becoming RB's?


Thinking outside the box-is there a future better way?

As one reads the entries on this site you learn of many challenges and hardships faced as one deals with the numerous reactions to the protocol. Many are due to the die off aspects.

It makes me wonder if somewhere in the future there could be another way that might be more tolerable and perhaps quicker. I'd like to toss out a few thoughts for different approaches that maybe someday might work(or not). Given the vast knowledge and experience of the members of this site, I invite and encourage other thoughts. Maybe there is an audience out there that might explore some of these ideas if they were captured here - you know - "plant the seed" or "put a bug in ones ear".

Here goes:

Help I am so confused

I am still trying to get a grasp on Chlamydia Pneumoniae, I just found out on 4-11-07.  But I have been sick for awhile  Cry.  I am just starting Antibioticsi again......eeeeek Foot in mouth.  My symptoms have been sinus infectionsi and uppper respitory infections , Phlaringitis, Broncotitis, Asthmai.  In and out of the Dr. office the month of April, and my throat swelled shut I could go on and on.  I ended up at an Infetious disease Dr.

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