Respiratory disease

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Respiratory disease

Something Viral or different NAC?

For the past week I have been struggling with what appears to feel like a chest cold (or those  CPNi elementary bodies are reactivated?)  This is such a strange feeling, in that, even though I have been "sick" with all the repercussions of the protocol, I haven't had anything like a cold, flu, or viral type illness since being on CAPi.  I have been running a low grade fever, coughing and feeling very flu-like.  Considering I don't get out of the house much, if it is viral my husband probably brought it home.

Cpn panel updated with D25, D1,25 test results

I recently had a blood test done for Cpni panel to see what I could learn. I realize these tests are not considered accurate. But I was curious & had the opportunity ... so why not?

The panel included C. trachomatis, C. pneumoniae & C. psittaci.

Both the C. trachomatis and C. psittaci results came back normal reference range and said "ANTIBODY NOT DETECTED".

However the C. pneumoniae came back marked high on two fronts.

IgG  1:512 H   (reference range: 1:64)

IgA   1:64  H    (reference range: 1:16)

IgM <1:10

Interpretation = PAST INFECTION

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.

Need to talk to someone soon

Need to talk to someone soon.  I'm feeling a little desperate at the moment.  Don't know how to IM, willing to learn or willing to just e-mail back and forth. 

Does Anyone have a Seattle, Wa. area doctor?

I'm in Kirkland WA and need to find another doctor who specializes in this sort of testing and treatment and who will also be open to testing for multiple viral/bacterial sources.   My story is too long to type as I'm very exhausted.  The basics right now though are I believe I've got a real clue finally after 6.5 years, that there is something definitely going on in my lungs and I'm have increasingly more severe respiratory distress.  Already been to ER once.  Had several things such as clots and cancer ruled out, but continue to have daily struggle.   This is only one of many issues, but it's the one screaming the loudest right now.  

Help to find a local doctor

Looking for local doctor in Seattle/Bellevue/Kirkland Washington for testing and evaluation Does anyone have a doctor name and phone for a local contact where I can begin evaluation for Cpni and other types of possible infection? I saw on one of the pages in this site that Dr. Weldon has contacts that he can suggest, but I don't find a way to contact his office.

MRS.

I am Hilly and have been suffering from Lyme Disease and other tick related diseasesi for some time.  I also have Morgellons, and feel I probably have chlamydia pneumonia although it has'nt been diagnosed as such.  

what to do, what to do....?

.. having a pity party today. It's Memorial Day weekend here in the US... beautiful, sunny day, and I can barely walk around the yard, let alone do anything physical, even driving a car.  My husband is working overtime and I am home alone... not a good day.  YET, I AM alive, just feeling a bit depressed and not knowing which way to go.

Cause of Mycoplasma?

Take 25 minutes out of your time and watch this documentary. THis could very well be the cause of the ever growing Mycoplasma problems in people.

 http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3432894828304200783&q=chemtrails<

In this video is says how Myco is in chem trails.

Chlamydia Pneumoniae, BOPC and Emphysema

Hello everybody.

I have just discovered this website and all it's rich content. Actually, I am Polo, 33 years old man, Ex Smoker, since 2 weeks and my problem is the following: I am sick since 20 May 06. Fever Peaks, Muscular pains and also sweat peaks. It has been pretty difficult to discover it was a Chlamydia Pneumoniae. First, the Pr. at the Hospital thought it was a Lymphom. I had a Ganglionic biopsy. It was negative (lucky !). After that they found Chlamydia antibody in my blood.  Not so much (around 500 antibody in blood). They also found a polipal maxillary sinusitusi. I had to threat it with Sofrasolone and Becconase for one month. For the Chlamydia, I received Fisrtly one week Biclar (Clarithromicyne) and then one month Maclar (Also Clarithromicyne). After that treatment, I had 4 times more antibody in my blood around 2000). They also discovered an heavy Emphysema and BOPC in both longs (pretty advanced state due to tabaccologic sensitivity (Alpha 1 antitripsin OK in blood)). So I saw a Pneumolog and I stopped immediately to smoke. My longs are already heavy been injured. All symptoms were still presents after Biclar and Maclar so I received 50 Days Doxycycline 200. Fever was nearly dissapeared and I felt quite better. But after 8 days of the end of Doxycycline, symptoms slowly started again. On blood side, antibody decreased a bit but not so much (+- 1600). I went yesterday to the Doctor who advised me to stop all treatments right now and wait. But I really feel unconfortable. I should start to work again next monday and I am really sceared about coming back of symptoms and fever which is still present times to times. What should I do? What can I expect for the future. Does someone have any idea of possible or expected threatments? Sorry if my case seems quite common on such forum but I didn't received much answers at hospital.

Remembering My Old Allergist

It has been almost a year since I received a sad letter from my allergy doctor's office. He had passed away and his wife was going to keep the practice open with a new doctor. He was not an elderly man. It made me very sad to hear as he was a good and caring person. I had not seen him for a long time as I gave up on the allergy shots I was taking long ago. But recently I began to go over that period of time in my memory.

I was suffering from quite regular sinus infectionsi and bronchitis. He did some skin tests and said the results were some very mild allergies to things like feathers, olive trees and dust.

He once prescribed Amoxycillian for a sinus infection (one of many) but this was the first time as he didn't like to use antibioticsi. I took the drug for two days and on the third day began swelling up and reacting to it. I went to an emergency clinic as it was the weekend and they thought I had an allergic reaction to the drug. Went home and drank lots of water.

Essential Observations by Dr. Charles Stratton on Chlamydia Pneumoniae Infection and Disease

I am very excited to present the following article that summarizes Dr. Stratton's recent observations on Chlamydia pneumoniae infection. Putting it together has contributed greatly to my own understanding of Cpni as well as to my appreciation of Dr. Stratton's generosity with his time, and his great depth of knowledge of this area. Thanks to him for his contribution.

Jim K

Recent observations by Dr

Recent observations by Dr. Charles Strattoni on Chlamydia Pneumoniae (Cpn) Infection

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