The following pain management
protocol of Stuart L. Weg, M.D. is presented as an adjunct therapy to the
antibiotic protocol for inflammatory rheumatic diseases presented on this
web page, particularly for patients with intractable pain.
Dr. Weg is an anesthesiologist specializing in pain management. He practices
at several locations in New York - West End Avenue and Grand Central in Manhattan,
as well as in Mt. Kisco, NY (Westchester), Suffern, NY, Latham, NY (near Albany)
and also in Broomfield, NJ. He can be reached through his secretary at 1-201-320-6758.
He is a member of the following organizations:
Diplomat American Board of Anesthesiology with added Qualification
in Pain Management
ANTI-INFECTIVE PAIN MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL
Fellow American College of Anesthesiologists
Diplomat American Academy of Pain Management
Member American Board of Oxidative Medicine
Part One - Patient home therapeutics
Home oxidative therapy with hydrogen peroxide for all patients:
A. Peroxide baths: Mix 3-4, 16 oz. common brown bottles of 3% peroxide
in a hot water bath with 2 cups of Epsom salt. Soak for 30 minutes. Do
this at least 1 to 3 times per week (no vitamins should be taken 4-8 hours
before bath). This is the preferred way to take peroxide. Still better
is a Jacuzzi with the jets turned on. This enhances the effects. A home
whirlpool such as Polinex (cost about $110) fits on a standard bathtub
and also greatly improves the effect. Increase the amount of peroxide and
Epsom salt proportionally for the larger tub sizes. For economic bulk purchase
of peroxide, consider obtaining the concentrated 27% solution sold by the
gallon as a cleaner in some swimming pool shops. It is called "Baqua Shock".
This product is dangerous to the skin right out of the bottle. It must
be diluted in your bath. Use about 1/10 the volume needed of 3% peroxide
in your baths.
B. Peroxide sponge/spray bath: Apply straight or dilute 3% peroxide,
less than a full 16 oz. bottle in total, to your skin. Use liberally directly
over as much surface as you can. Leave this on for up to 5 minutes and
then wash off. This technique can work very well especially after a work
out, hot shower or hot tub, when you are warm and/or sweaty with your pores
open. To obtain results equivalent to a bath, it is required that you first
apply the tanning product described below and wait about 5 minutes for
your skin to flush before applying the peroxide.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED - The use of Swedish Beauty "type A" or "Platinum"
tingle factor 2 or 3 brand of tanning accelerator (available at tanning
salons) applied to your skin and left on for 5 minutes before you sponge
or bathe greatly increases the absorption of peroxide. The phone number
of the manufacturer of this product is 1-800-532-9035. Note: The tanning
accelerator should make you red and flushed before you apply peroxide to
the skin. Try it on a small area first and then increase with each bath/sponge
Other home oxidation techniques
C. Oral Peroxide: Use 3% without preservatives. Take one capful in
a full glass of water daily as tolerated, on empty stomach. (Substitute
35% food grade drops if possible). This is recommended only in cases when
baths or IV's are not available. CAUTION: Although approved by the FDA
as a food additive, some doctors believe oral H2O2 can be dangerous.
D. Peroxide mouth irrigation: Use 1 part 3% peroxide with 2-5 parts
warm water three times a day. Vigorously swish this mixture around in your
mouth for 5 minutes rinsing several times. (Use 3 times daily for acute
migraines or other head, neck or dental problems - especially recommended
for sinusitis.) Using a Waterpik device for this treatment greatly enhances
E. Peroxide enema: 1-4 tablespoons in 1 liter instilled rectally
(works well in CFIDS)
F. Ozone baths in hot tubs etc. with ozone sterilized water may not
contain enough ozone to have much therapeutic effect. If adequate ozone
levels are achieved, the effect is excellent.
G. The exposure of the skin to the sun or tanning salon without UV
blockers will cause a systemic oxidizing effect by the UV rays reaching
the blood near the surface. The use of the Swedish Beauty tanning accelerator
greatly enhances the effect. High levels of oral vitamin C help avoid skin
damage, but gradual, controlled exposure is important to avoid injury.
Note: You should have vitamin C out of your system (at least 4 hours)
before getting peroxide in any form. It's not dangerous if you forget.
It just makes the peroxide treatment less effective. Vitamins should be
resumed immediately after the peroxide.
H. Immersion baths with sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) or lathering
up to the neck with alkaline bar soap (Fels Naptha laundry soap) will help
with achy flare reactions that can occur after oxidative therapies.
Essential Nutrients for all patients
1. Vitamin C . Push to bowel tolerance. This means take 500 mg to
3000 mg (1/2 to 3 grams) at a time and throughout the day until you get
diarrhea, gas etc. then back down to what you can handle. Keep that dose
daily and increase in times of flare to as much as 20,000 mg (20 grams)
daily. Tablets are for daily use and one teaspoon of powder for flare problems.
One level teaspoon of ascorbic acid powder equals 5 grams of Vitamin C.
A typical dose is around 2-8 grams daily.
2. Acidophilus with Bifidus, taken daily. This should be taken in
doses of 2-3 times recommended on package. Buy several brands and dissolve
some in bottled chlorine free water before ingesting. If you have rectal
mucus you should consider taking enemas of this supplement. This is the
simplest and safest way to enhance colon health.
3. Mixed fiber daily 30 grams or more. This may be adjusted for people
who consume lots of fruit, vegetables etc. Both soluble (oat, psyllium,
flax) and insoluble (wheat, rice) bran must be included. Omit wheat bran
if you are on a wheat free diet. This is needed for two reasons: First
to avoid constipation associated with narcotics and second to promote colon
health by reducing stagnation and overgrowth leading to high levels of
4. Grape Seed extract (also known as pycnogenol) 100 mg daily. This
is an anti-fungal and anti-microbial, especially in the bowel.
Less essential nutritional supplements
5. Milk Thistle daily as directed on the bottle. (This herb is very
important if you take medication.)
6. Coenzyme Q10 - 100-300mg daily. (This supplement is very important
in heart patients.)
7. Flax seed oil - use on food daily
8. Vitamin E 1200 I.U. daily
9. Good high potency multiple vitamin with trace minerals daily
10. Bioflavinoids (usually contained in vitamin C preparations)
11. Selenium +/- 100 mcg daily
12. Calcium 1000 mg with magnesium 500 mg daily
13. Borage oil is available in capsules. Take 1000 mg daily.
Very useful supplements in selected patients and conditions:
14. Cranberry concentrate tablets are very effective with uncomplicated
urinary symptoms, enhancing secretion of shed urinary bacteria. Use only
15. Bismuth 120-240 mg tablets (available as Formula SF734 by Thorne
Research) are reported by many patients to be highly effective for gastric
discomfort. This is a mandatory replacement for H (stomach acid) blockers
that are specifically avoided on this protocol. Use only as needed.
16. Undecyn 150 mg. 1-5 tablespoons orally 2-3 times daily. This
is an anti-fungal for people intolerant of Nystatin or wanting to use an
over the counter product etc. Pharmacies and physicians can order this
from Thorne Research, Product #SF742, 1-800-228-1966.
17. Glucosamine sulfate & chondroitin sulfate (separate or combined
pills). Many people are now reporting that this is effective for joint
and general pains. Take the recommended dosage on the bottle.
18. N-acetyl-cycteine or NAC is specifically recommended for assistance
in drainage of sinus infections. Use only when needed.
The following are promising and under investigation. They are optional
due to limited physician experience.
19. Catsclaw 1,000-3,000 mg/daily. Take this intermittently. The
tea seems to work better than the pills. Find a brand that is best for
20. Wheat, milk and sugar free diet. These foods may be reintroduced
after one month, one at a time
21. L glutamine for digestive/gut problems
22. Cartilage products (shark, beef, chicken). Hylauronic acid (in
the cartilage) is a potent anti-infective substance.
23. MSM taken in dosages of about 1500 mg per day is useful for muscle
Very important things NOT to do
Patients must cease using tobacco products completely and greatly
limit alcohol if they expect any of these therapies to be successful!
NO cortisone, prednisone or any other corticosteroids should EVER
be used. This includes nasal or lung sprays and any skin products whether
over the counter or by prescription.
Patients must also try to avoid all nonsteroidal medications including
aspirin and Tylenol as well as all of the other over the counter pain remedies
such as Motrin, Aleve, Excedrin, etc. These medications will make the pain
and disease worse over the long run. Pure narcotic analgesics can be used
as needed without this danger.
Part Two - Medications and treatments that can only be
given under a physician's supervision
Oral antibiotic medications:
1a. Low dose or Dr. Brown Protocol: Minocycline/doxycycline 50-200
mgs M-W-F for extended periods
1b. High dose or Dr. Nicholson (Gulf War Illness) Protocol: Doxycycline
200- 300mg/day for 6 week cycles. (May also substitute/rotate Biaxin, Cipro,
Zithromax, and minocycline.)
Editor's note: We have discovered ALL minocycline is not therapeutically
equivalent. The only generic proven to work consistently is the one by
Wyeth Ayerst (Lederle). We discovered this problem back in 1997, and a
number of people in the support group reported they had 'lost' up to 2-1/2
years on this therapy because of being on an ineffective generic.
2. Sporanox for visible foot or skin fungus, 200 mg daily one week
per month or one day per week rotations. Diflucan is being used in some
3. Nystatin tablets for suspected GI candida 1-3 million units/day.
(Typically patients alternate 1 week of Sporanox with 3 weeks of Nystatin)
The liquid is preferred over the tablets.
4. Nystatin Liquid is sometimes necessary for stomach or nausea problems.
(It may be used with Bismuth). It is formulated as 100,000 units per ml.
Take a tablespoon (15ml) several times a day instead of the tablets. Rinse
your mouth after use, but try to avoid swallowing anything for at least
15 minutes to get prolonged coverage of the stomach and esophagus with
Home daily IM injection therapy:
These assist in selected cases such as MS or CFIDS or where pain
is associated with fatigue.
1. Kutapressin 2 ml. IM QD
2. B12 1000 units/ml injections 1cc IM. QD. (This can be given in
the same syringe as Kutapressin)
1. Photoxidation of blood with ultraviolet light - UBI Technique
(Knott) with added H2O2, O2 and or ozone up to 0.5 to 5% of total blood
volume per treatment.
2. IV H2O2 Infusion - Farr formula (.03 - .10% H2O2 in 250 ml D5W
with magnesium and manganese)
3. IV high dose Vitamin C 10-50 grams with added vitamins and magnesium
in 250-500 ml of sterile water.
4. Chelation therapy with IV EDTA
5. Ozone therapy, bag technique, rectal insufflation, Hemoautotherapy.
6. Injection technique for painful areas mixing ozone gas and/or
peroxide with 1/2 - 1% lidocaine then infiltrating.
7. High dosage (8-25,000 units of hydrocobalamin IV) B12 infusions
are very effective for neuropathies in MS, Lyme, DM etc., given with Ascorbate
in sterile water or D5W.
8. IV doxycycline 100-200 mg.
9. IV or IM clindamycin 300-1200 mg.
10. Injections of painful areas: Preservative free freshly mixed
1/2% lidocaine with 1 to 400,000 epinephrine plus 0.2 ml 3% peroxide per
10ml of local. Then a second pass - optional (after 15-30 minutes) - 150-600
mg of clindamycin per 10ml of sterile water - selected cases only.
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