Respiratory disease

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Respiratory disease

Phlegm colour

Does coughed up Cpni phlegm have a particular colour?

My Cpn

Hello there, I found this site three days ago and it is very helpful.Beside the plenty of information, it is hard for me to find my answers by search and read. Three weeks ago I decided to go on lung examination, because got a long cough and nasal secretion.

3 Years, 8 Months, 2 weeks and 2 days.....(Revised 2/14/2011)

It has been 3 years, 8 months, 2 weeks and 2 days since I started CAPi<i<.   I have reached a point, not by choice, but rather by necessity, that I have had to back off the protocol for a while. 

Who out there is functional? (Non-Ms'ers)

For the benefit of perspective......I am curious.  We get varied responses on physical reactions to pulses, ABXi, etc.; BUT,  in the big picture, how many of you ( on a day-to-day basis), are still functioning below normal.... or non-functional?   How many are unable to work, drive, take care of the home, cook, etc.?

Some of you speak of your pulses taking you down, but yet have the physical capabilities of going to the gym, carrying out day-to-day activities and working.  (Which, by the way, is fantastic)  This query is in no way meant as an offense to anyone.  

 Since I am unable to do a poll, is anyone willing to share?


How long on CAP:



Physical levels of endurance: 



chlamydia tests

I could not find this on the cpni forum

Can some please give me the web sites for the best test to try for a positive test for chlamydia? I would like to take it to my doctor to see if she would do the protocol.  Thank you chipper

A Small Sign

I haven't had much time to post here lately. I have been busy settling my mother's estate and working. Two days after she died, I came down with another whopping respiratory infection. Just got over one in October. I am still coughing up gunk a month later. I was pretty depressed but then started journaling in the mornings. I even journal in the sauna--kind of hard when you get sweaty to hold onto the pen,though. I am starting to feel better emotionally and feel the benefits of journaling.

Must we have had pneumoia?

I did a search on the site and scanned the handbook.  I was looking to find a statement like, "CPni enters the body through the lungs, therefore you must have had pneumoiai as an initial means to longterm infection."  But, I couldn't find something that clearly said that.  Are their ways to get longterm CPn infection without having had pneumoia?  Are their papers on this?  I'm having trouble with this seemingly simple question.  Ken

Identifying and Caring for Patients with Swine-origin Influenza A (H1N1) Virus Infection

Interim Guidance for Clinicians on Identifying and Caring for Patients with Swine-origin Influenza A (H1N1) Virus Infection<

MicrobeWiki - a resource on microbes and microbiology

MicrobeWiki is a free wiki resource on microbes and microbiology, edited by students and monitored by microbiologists at Kenyon College<. We invite you to use our Microbe Wiki to study the microbial world with us. You are encouraged to add information, after registering a free account<.<

Brutal Illness

I hope I'm posting this in the right place. I have been telling my story to every type specialist in the books until now. I'm praying my new docs are on the right track.

Podcast on Cpn by Two of the Major Chlamydial Researchers

A very good podcast on Chlamydias by two of the top researchers in the area, Elizabeth Stuart and Wilmore Webley at UMass. They discuss the relationship to cardiac disease, some relationship of Chlam T to cervical cancer, and both Chlam T and Cpni to asthmai in children. 70% of pediatric asthma patients they tested have Chlamydia, with sexually transmitted version and respiratory version (Cpn) at about 50-50. Very important work.<


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