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linda veerman
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 Posted: Sat Dec 31st, 2011 18:43

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new bee

Hello everybody,

i am a dutch woman with M.S. 42 years old
living in Surinam.

With the Great help from my dutch Friend Annemarie i have found a dutch doctor who wil help me with the Marshall Protocol.

this will take some time,my blood tests must be send to my doctor,he must send me a prescription etc.

i am following the food Recommendations from the MP and that feels allready a bit better :cool:

maybe you can help me with this question i take every day pills B12[containing;sorbitol fructose.
stearic acid, magnesium stearate, citric acid;

is this ok with the MP.?
couse folic acid is a nono



Wonderful this MP and Th1 Discussion

Will be here in a little while a lot i ques :)

happy to meet you all




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 Posted: Sun Jan 1st, 2012 06:37

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Hello and welcome Linda. :)

I am happy Annemarie is helping you!

B12 is considered immune suppressive to some degree and it's use is discouraged.

The MP Knowledge Base does have an article (not fully edited) on it's use here:
    http://mpkb.org/home/diseases/pernicious_anemia



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 Posted: Sun Jan 1st, 2012 10:22

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Hi Linda

Welcome on the MP!

The MP is not a quick ride, but if you hang on, it is the most certain way towards cure.

I'm happy you are here!

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 Posted: Sun Jan 1st, 2012 11:47

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Thank you joyful,

its nice to be here ;)

thanks for the article :shock:
just like the vitamin D they advice you to take it............but it turns out not to be good for you

Hi my Sweetheart Annemarie ,wonderful to see you here
;):)

from a dutch pernicious anemia [B12 too short] site;

Long-term Helicobacter pylori infection probably plays a role in many patients with pernicious anemia

in whom an active infection turns into an infection that extinct gradually ends in an autoimmune disease with degradation or destruction of the gastric mucosa and total loss of the parietal cells.

Pernicious anemia for patients caused by the bacterium Helicobacter pylori is a disorder of the metabolism

Vit.D - 25D combines low (too) high 1.25 D - having regard to the vision of Trevor Marshall plausible.

Does the bacterium Helicobacter pylori promotes the bacterial soup (3) that are able to produce proteins that are occupying the VDR receptor and thereby undermine the _Unpleasant of this receptor.

Resulting in half or third autoimmune disorder which is not uncommon in patients Pernicious anemia - thinking particularly secondary to an autoimmune thyroid disease.

it is complex but with all the knowledge here
it will be more a piece of cake,i hope ;)

Last edited on Sun Jan 1st, 2012 11:48 by linda veerman



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linda veerman
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 Posted: Wed Jan 4th, 2012 15:53

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aspirine

Can anybody tell me if aspirine o.k. is?

could not find this on the MP site.



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 Posted: Wed Jan 4th, 2012 17:47

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Aspirin is mentioned twice in this article,
http://mpkb.org/home/othertreatments ,
in the Medications table under anticoagulants and under pain meds.  Looks like you would want to save its use for intolerable pain or cardiac emergencies.

You may not have gotten a result with the search on the MPKB site because of using the wrong spelling, but there is quite a bit of info on aspirin on the MPKB if you use the search box there.

Cynthia



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 Posted: Wed Jan 4th, 2012 18:48

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Thanks Cynthia <3,

wrong spelling it was indeed ;)

use also LDN low dose naltrexone [3mg taken every night after 9 p.m.It ensures that your body makes 300%more Endorphins]

i ques this is immunomodulatory.

a nono too....

when i will have the Olmesartan [will take some time]
i stop with aspirine and LDN.



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 Posted: Wed Jan 4th, 2012 21:12

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If you expect to be on the MP soon, maybe it is time for you to ask for access to the Study Site.
It's time to move to The MarshallProtocol.com site . . . . . . . for those on the protocol

Note that I have merged your threads.  We prefer to have you keep all your questions in the same thread, so we can see all of your history at a glance.  You can always find a link to YOUR thread by clicking on the 'My Account' button, upper right.

Cynthia



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 Posted: Thu Jan 5th, 2012 11:37

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Thanks Cynthia :)

for merging my threads.
and giving me the Study site

:cool:












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linda veerman
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 Posted: Tue Apr 10th, 2012 11:51

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My pharmacist did ask why i don`t use losartan ?

that is much cheaper then olmesartan and also a Angiotensin II antagonist.

ofcourse there must be a explanation for this.

please will somebody help me with this question
i did look on the MP site and did find a lot about losartan.
it simply is too difficult for me ;)

i think that our Olmesartan is better then losartan
but a explanation would calm my pharmacist ,a very nice guy.

Last edited on Tue Apr 10th, 2012 13:50 by linda veerman



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Losartan is NOT a VDR agonist, and will not stimulate your immune system. In fact, it may slow your immune system depending on how high the affinity is for the VDRs. Anything that docks in the binding pocket of the VDRs and is not an agonist, is an ANTagonist, and will shut down the VDRs. You definitely don't want to take any ARB (angiotensin receptor blocker) except olmesartan.

I have merge this post with your thread. We want you to keep all your questions in one thread so we have all your info in one place and don't have to search for it. You can always find a link to your thread by clicking on the 'My Account' button, upper right. You can use any 'Reply' button to add another comment, report or question.

Cynthia



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 Posted: Tue Apr 10th, 2012 21:48

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thank you Cynthia,

its clear to me now, Olmesartan is a VDR agonist

and a  an Angiotensin II Receptor Blocking (ARB) drug

there is a difference because Losartan is only  the second ;a angiotensin 2 Receptor Bloocking [ARB] drug

you know so much thank you very much :)


I corrected the spelling for Losartan (was Olsartan), as it looked too much like olmesartan.  Cynthia

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Hello Linda,

Hope the Marshall Protocoll can help me, but how to find a doctor in Holland? I don't understand the advice on the website, asked in my hospital, but got the idea that they are not interested.

Willemijn

If anyone has any further help for finding a doctor in Holland, please reply in Willemjn's thread here,
http://www.curemyth1.org/forum2/4960.html
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Looks like we have the dates all squared away on the CureMyTH1 site, but don't forget to change the signature line on the Study Site.  Here is your thread, and the 'My Account' is also on this page for making changes to your signature line there.
http://www.marshallprotocol.com/forum19/14687-3.html

I corrected the date in your full report there.

Cynthia



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 Posted: Thu May 10th, 2012 21:24

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Willemijn you got a message
this page the top on the right .

Last edited on Thu May 10th, 2012 21:26 by linda veerman



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