Ciprofloxacin again - a never ending story

SWAlexander

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Hi Martin, I listen to the podcast with Mark. Very confirming. Thank you.

https://open.spotify.com/episode/7JBo0ARMOzBbFk1bds0R9n?si=eAZMDp23RXC3fy1yK9YnSQ&nd=1

Mark, compared to the millions, has a very good Doctor. Mark also mentions, as many can confirm, that some meds can help temporarily which would confirm my previous suspicion the core problem lies in the Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), or in the spine/bones/bone mark where corpuscles are produced.

Listen to what different meds Mark has tried and didn´t work or only temporarily strengthen my belief that there is genetic methylation.
In my opinion, the only way to find a bio-marker is, if 23andme would get involved by comparing genes from 1000 ME/CFS patients to find a common marker.
 
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Hi Martin, I listen to the podcast with Mark. Very confirming. Thank you.

https://open.spotify.com/episode/7JBo0ARMOzBbFk1bds0R9n?si=eAZMDp23RXC3fy1yK9YnSQ&nd=1

Mark, compared to the millions, has a very good Doctor. Mark also mentions, as many can confirm, that some meds can help temporarily which would confirm my previous suspicion the core problem lies in the Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), or in the spine/bones/bone mark where corpuscles are produced.

Listen to what different meds Mark has tried and didn´t work or only temporarily strengthen my belief that there is genetic methylation.
In my opinion, the only way to find a bio-marker is, if 23andme would get involved by comparing genes from 1000 ME/CFS patients to find a common marker.
I don’t know where your theory comes from and how you connected the dots?? but it could also be tolerance.
 

SWAlexander

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I asked why you think the problem is in the CSF
Sorry, I assumed too much, my bad.
If the RNA is compromised or manipulated by bacteria, viruses and chemicals, so is the DNA and the production of corpuscles (red and white blood cells). Regardless, all corpuscles, healthy or not, must find their way through CSF to all organs delivering oxygen and nutrients (white blood cells go to the Thymus first). If there is damage/ obstruction to the spine, (stenosis, thoracic duct leak etc) there will be a transit slowdown. Even Chyle drains from the intestinal lymphatic system into the thoracic duct.
 
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