MYCOPLASMA TREATMENT


 

MYCOPLASMA TREATMENT PROTOCOL

GARTH NICOLSON, PhD.,#63

Institute for molecular medicine.org, immed.org

Intracellular organism without cell wall

Smaller than bacteria but larger than virus

Chronic opportunistic infection, some cases life long

Potential for infection causing:

Chronic fatigue

Neuropathy

Foggy brain

Muscle aches/pain

GI Distress

Coinfection with lyme or virus 70% of time

Common for miscarriage and infertility, is sexually transmitted, to offspring

Ovarian cancer, endometriosis, interstitial cystitis; by causing mutations in cancer cells to be more malignant

Potential for immune suppression

ALS, causal and accelerates NEURODEGERERATIVE DXZ, tx reversals are known if tx early

Autoimmunity,

Leaky gut

Many are carriers

Mycoplasma can reek havoc in pts

Diagnosis is difficult, try Company: Clongen, Maryland

Mycoplasma pneumonia easier to detect than M. fermentens (Gulf War Syndrome-from vaccine)

Resides in the mouth and upper respiratory system

Oxidative free radical damage of mitochondria (inner membrane) and cell transport & function)

May be contracted by airborne means


TREATMENT

Different for different people

Tx first with several courses of ABX then supplements once infection is contained

HBO or Ozone for maintenance or relapse

Membrane Lipid replacement therapy for cell membrane / fluid mosaic model

Glycerophosolipids

NTfactor lipids (exogenous therapy)

Chemical/fume removal by lipid replacement

Tx hydrophobic mold toxins with lipid replacement

Resolves pain and fatigue, GI leaky gut, nerve injury,

Not just phosphotydilcholine, but balanced with phosphotidylglycerol precursor for cardiolipin made in mitochondria, special ratio of fats & precursors (NTFactor Lipids ) orthomolecular no soy

NT Factor lipids: (colorless/tasteless) Nutritional Therapeutics NTI, new york/ Allergy research /Nutracology /iherb

Sick 4-6 g/d, if healthy 2g/d; for chelation 3g/d, 8 wks to see change


Location
Dr. John R Toth (D.O.)
2270 Bacon St.
Concord, CA 94520
Phone: 925-263-9488
Fax: (925) 687-9483
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