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Tammy N.
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I see this as a potentially big issue for a lot of us.

Although I have good docs....even our good docs can miss things. I definitely have nasal/ear/jaw/neck issues. I realize this is a test that I haven't had yet.

Was curious if any of you have had this test done? Treated for it?

Thanks.

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I tested positive for it and treated it. Dr. S says it doesn't cause any symptoms. It didn't for me. It will keep your MSH low that's why it needs to be treated if you have it.
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RC1, just curious - what did your doctor recommend for treatment?
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I used the BEG spray from Hopkington Drug.
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My 8 yr old son just tested positive for MARCONS.

BEG spray also recommended. Found this

http://lymebook.com/blog/research-news/ccsvi-

vip-nasal-spray/ when researching it. Has anyone

used this alternative spray?

BTW, my son's symptoms are simply that he is

hammered by viruses from December thru March.

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Healing thoughts to you,

L.

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Did you notice any improvement after treating?

I've done lots of herbal sprays and neti pot concoctions. I still have something going on. And my sinuses are still huge according to panoramic dental x-rays. (That's what initially tipped off my integrative docs to mold/fungus/staph possibly being an issue for me.)

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Ascaris migrate into that area.

Ascaris migrate everywhere. My first sentence needed correction. Ascaris laying 200,000 eggs a day.

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how is it tested for? I have had sinus issues for years and recently can add jaw/ear issues too.
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I didn't really notice anything from treating it other than I got a really bad headache for a couple of days (herx?). I was still pretty symptomatic at the time so it might have helped.

I didn't really have any sinus issues to start. I HAD sinus issues prior to remediating the mold in my house. So for me mine were fungal.

I would think that the BEG spray would help with most bacterial nasal infections because it's an antibiotic and it dissolves biofilm.

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I am definitely hitting ascaris with MMS. Sorry.
As a starter, my hearing has improved very much and tinnitus is a lot better. I "dripped" through several boxes of cleanexs for a week or longer. No cold, no virus. Just clearing the upper peripheries, throat and upward/outward, including neck. I didn't know I had a problem there until I cleared them. I thought my not-hearing-as-well as I did 80some years ago was just a part of getting older. Wrong. Just toxic.

To know what I treat, I test the different parasites with tensor, if I really want to know what I am dealing with, with specific frequency vials. I am still hitting ascaris now every day, and toxic metals along with it. I can tell/feel exactly the area of activity, but do not feel bad.

There is no doubt in my mind that all these invaders live together happily until we get a bit nastier and chase them. They move around hiding in different cavities. I was so dizzy for a couple of days - as if I had had a pint of whisky. I figured out a drop of MMS solution into my ears, after wobbling around all day long, stopped it instantly before I could sit down and
put the bottle away.

Trying to stay clear of antibiotics unless absolutely necessary.

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