Treatment for CFS...Finally a cure

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Raiden_2008
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   Posted 8/13/2008 2:40 AM (GMT -7)   
To all the folks out there suffering from CFS here's a good news...CFS can be treated...but how?

Please try out Marshall Protocol (google it)....its a bit lengthy treatment (12-18 months for first phase) but it works...curing rate is above 95%...

most importantly this treatment protocol targets the underlying cause of CFS...(thought caused by a bacteria called 'Biofilm')....

with regard to fatigue can anybody share their experience?

Sherrine
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   Posted 8/13/2008 8:48 AM (GMT -7)   
Raiden, I really don't know a lot about the Marshall Protocol but I did do a little searching.  There seems to be differences in agreement about the use or non-use of vitamin D.  Also, I would be a little concerned with the term "cure".  When I see that, red flags are flying!  If there is a cure, wouldn't you think it would be in the news and our doctors would be treating us with the "cure"?  So, just be careful...
 
Sherrine
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Raiden_2008
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   Posted 8/13/2008 9:24 PM (GMT -7)   
thanx sherrine for your perspective....MP is currently FDA monitored and under internet trial..and therefore doctors are still infidel to go along with this treatment....with regard to vitamin D..there is question and answers posted on the site where you can read about it....MP targets underlying problem and therefore "cure" would be the most appropriate word to be used...it was in the news and these guys are travelling around the world to make people aware of this treatment...most importantly there are people who were severely disabled before trying this who can work very comfortably now...like they used to do before...:)...finally many people have already suffered a lot..spending 12-18 months on a treatment where other people have tried it should not be a huge issue..i believe...

I am still looking for an answer/experience regarding the fatigue and associated disability...do you guys know anybody who cured from it atleast in case of mild CFS/Fibro.......???????????????

manyembers
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   Posted 8/23/2008 5:09 PM (GMT -7)   

Hi Raiden,

  I was diagnosed with fibro/cfs in 2001 by my MD.  I have used natural herbs/cleanses and some kill bacteria.  I always notice when I do these cleanses and stick to a low carb, sugar free, healthy diet, my fatigue levels, brain fog, body pain is cut in half or therabouts.  Definitely pathogens are a factor in fibro/cfs if I go by my experience and the research I've done from many sources.  I don't know if a single bacteria is the originating cuase, but I could see how taking a medication that kills pathogens woudl make a huge difference just because I've seen how taking herbs that kill pathogens has made such a big difference for me.

  Hold onto hope and follow your instincts.

  blessings, manyembers

 

 

 


Keeper
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   Posted 8/26/2008 9:01 PM (GMT -7)   
I don't usually post in this forum, but I noticed the mention of "brain fog". I have had Crohn's and brain fog is no stranger. My thought about it is that it is due to gut permeability. Gut permeability allows gut bacteria to trigger the immune system which then kills the bacteria. This causes a bit of gut discomfort, but may be no more than a bit of gas. The bacteria release endotoxins when they are killed and the gut permeability allows them to enter the bloodstream. In the bloodstream, the endotoxins cause the brain fog, fatigue and in addition, stresses the liver. The liver normally removes foreign agents like endotoxins, but with the large reservoir of bacteria in the gut, the amount of endotoxins entering the blood can overwhelm the liver. It may be worth trying the remedies for gut permeability - glutamic acid and a probiotic supplement.

manyembers
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   Posted 8/26/2008 9:52 PM (GMT -7)   

  Hi Keeper,

  The son of my friend's friend is studying to become and MD and I e-mailed him a couple times.  He thought that leaky gut (gut permeability) played a big role in fibro.  I have thought before of trying to treat this - I did take L glutamine for awhile and usually take probiotics.  I didn't notice any real different that I'm aware of whiel doing these things solely.  But I think that is because I had a few issues to address.  I am just wondering, if one were to address gut permeability as you suggested, do you know how long it is normally needed to take these supplements for the gut to repair itself?
  I think that is an interesting connection you pointed out re. the endotoxins and brain fog.  Thank-you for taking time to share.

  - manyembers

 

 

 

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