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Lapis29,
An oxygen concentrator of 5 liter/minute is not suitable. It lacks the power to deal with the back pressure of the chamber.

The zippers of the shallow dive go smoothe, the last inch less smoothe because you have to push and check it tightly closes.

I don’t know how weak your arms are?
When I started I was very weak. Crawling in an out of the chamber was very hard but I managed. I had to use both hands for the zippers.
I’m not yet at jumping in and out [Wink] but climbing in and out goes very okay now and I’m zipping easily with one hand.

After 2 years of diving (and one year abx), I was able to go from bedridden to start exercising. I ramped up with a hometrainer now more than 5 minutes a day and for my arms I can use 1kg light weights repetitions for over 5 minutes. Still slowly ramping up.

I’m not sure you’ll see an improvement if you dive only 4 days a week, 7 days a week is best. Phoiph knows most about it.
In my own experience I feel more tired if I skip a few days, and I feel better if I keep diving at least 6 days a week.

About your hyperacousis. The sound of the motor and airflow is hard, you’ll need something that’s noise-cancelling like a good headphone and/or earplugs.
Can you relieve ear pressure when it builds up? Yawning, swallowing, etc. Is it due to the lymedisease or do you have anything else that’s bothering your ears now that should be adressed first?
I think the other divers can tell you more about it.


Phoiph and others,
I wanted to let you know that I talked to a doc today who’s specialised at hbot. About my question/worries if it’s okay to dive with my PICC line.
He said it’s fine, just make sure it’s properly disconnected and there’s no air in the line, which isn’t because it’s filled with saline or heparine or something like that. He treats patients on 2.5 ATA who also have PICC lines for abx.


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Hi All: Can anyone tell me if they experienced burning in glutes, hips, legs and groin(feels nervy and like joint pain too) that was a part of their mhbot experience. I'm praying I'm hitting some deep stuff but it hurts. Thanks all- I'm 7 months in of daily dives.
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willbeatthis~

At 7 months, I was definitely still traversing layers and in the throes of flares. I had random pain, burning and stiffness which would migrate.

That said, it would be worsened by over activity (which didn't take much at first) of a certain area.

Have you changed anything with your exercise or activity? Are you overworking those areas in some way?

Survivorgirl1~
Thank you for passing on the info re the PICC line...

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Study posted by Tincup (on separate thread):

The Role of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in Orthopedic and Rheumatological Diseases:

https://www.ima.org.il/imaj/viewarticle.aspx?year=2017&month=07&page=429

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Yes, thank you Survivorgirl1. That feedback from the doc about your PICC line. That must be very reassuring.

Willbeatthis. I have had sciatica flare from time to time with my Lyme. Although I do not have burning pain with it. Just pain. I hope this is a short lived symptom for you.

I see my PCP on Monday and hope to tease out whether he thinks my current symptoms of chills, muscle/joint aches, low fatigue and dull headaches are from dropping my T4 too much, a Lyme flare or a new Lyme tick bite problem. Should be interesting.

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Hi All, Sorry I haven't been here lately but I just got back from a vacation! First time in over 20 years.

I only wish I had found Phoiph and mHBOT years ago. At this point in my life I am fighting aging along with the remaining symptoms from Lyme/CFIDS/FM so it's hard to tell what my healthy baseline should be.

What I do know is that I've gone from disabled to functional, from a wheel chair to riding a bike on the trails and from home-bound to a 2 week road trip.

I can confidently say that my improvement has been from mHBOT and the Ketogenic Diet. No other variables that I'm aware of.

So, hang in there...just keep diving every day and don't micromanage your symptoms. The progress is very slow but when viewed from where I am, it it huge.

Hugs to you all and thank you for freely sharing on this forum. Reading your stories and the encouragement from Phoiph has kept me focused on healing instead of giving in to the illness.

I only wish we could make this amazing therapy available to everyone.

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Awesome update, Digby! So happy for you, and thanks for the kind words.

If it is any consolation, I wish I had found mHBOT sooner rather than later, too. But then...if I hadn't been so ill and close to the brink and when I found it, maybe I wouldn't be as convinced of its power.

I agree, and it is my mission to make it more available to everyone. I'm researching starting a non-profit-type program as we speak.

Thanks to everyone here for their amazing contributions...these posts are so valuable.

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WOW,thank you Digby....the timing on your post was needed)So happy for you!

Phoiph, through even that kind stress....slowly coming back,if I can do it with all the other things pulling at me.....who knows what this year can still bring.

Keto/Diving not a science guy here,however,something to it.

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Hooray, Digby! Gosh I needed to see this today! Thank you so much for sharing your journey with us-Phoiph, Peimomma and you have given me so much hope!

I had backed off the rife rather significantly and perhaps while my thyroid is being adjusted, I need to keep things rather status quo.

Kgg- look forward to hearing how your doctor's appointment goes- We all need to Keep the Faith and Keep Diving! Thank you all for your support through this journey- sure wouldn't want to be doing this alone.

I love what you said Digby that Phoiph and this journey kept your focus on healing- not succumbing! To Keto and diving- I'm doing both now religiously. Perhaps the keto is allowing my body to fight more and thus, the herxes. I'll be hanging in there and CANNOT thank you all ENOUGH!

So happy you just vacayed Digby! As my students would say- that's sick (awesome!).

Hugs Team O2!

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willbeatthis...Are you sure that your "herxes" are not "keto flu?" If they are, it is very fixable.
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Aww, Digby! You're the best. I don't know honestly- the burning is more like lyme Et al. I have had the keto flu though-perhaps it is part. Thank you for the feedback:).
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Survivorgirl1

thanks for taking the time to answer my quesitons, appreciated.

I will let you know when i get my chamber

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lapis29~

It sounds like you'll need to upgrade your oxygen concentrator for use with a chamber.

I have a good resource if needed...just PM me.

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We are happy to have you here Lapis29!

SurvivorGirl- thanks for sure for getting us that info. on the PICC. I am so happy to read of your progress.... Please keep us up to date [Smile] [Smile] [Smile]

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can someone explain the biological mechanism as to how the mhbot actually works?

like what exactly is it doing to the body?

thanks

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lapis29~

In a very small nutshell, the pressure forces oxygen beyond your red blood cells and into the plasma and tissues, triggering thousands of healing reactions. It also has antimicrobial properties.

I really like this brief, animated video. It gives an informative introduction and broad overview of hyperbaric oxygen and how it works in the body:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcSQQCzi1yg

Another great resource is a book entitled:
“The Oxygen Revolution“, by Dr. Paul G. Harch and Virginia McCullough, and his website HBOT.com

There are also many resource articles on my website:
freeradicalshyperbaric.com

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thanks Phoiph I will check that out
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It's been fun catching up on the thread. I'm back to the land of wi-fi. [Smile] We are about 3/4 done with our move (Kgg... showing house and moving.. ugg, I get it)

There is still a lot of work to be done, but we are taking it a day at a time and doing what we can do.

I'm still doing the dance, but moving in the right direction. Every now and again, I will have days that ALMOST feel normal. It's amazing. But it's still sort of like a wave... up, down, swell, recede. It is definitely a dance, but I'm grateful for the better days.

Kids start back to school on tuesday, so I will have a bit more 'me' time to continue healing. [Smile]

Happy diving everyone!

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HW88, hang in there! 3/4 done is almost there! I think the hardest point is the last 1/4. I am thinking of hiring someone to come clean once it is empty.

So happy to hear that you are having days when you feel almost normal. Yay! Long may it continue and multiply!

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Yes, HW88- that's wonderful your 3\4 done! That is truly wonderful as well you are having some really good days! [woohoo] Kgg- hope you are doing well too. Getting the thyroid figured out is a dance too. Know we will both be feeling better soon! Keep Diving team! [group hug]
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I agree that the last 1/4 is the hardest. I've had several friends ask to come help clean after the last of things are moved. I just might take them up on it. [Wink]

Also, I was looking back at my symptom calendar a few days ago. Before starting mHbot, I was recording 4 or 5 major symptoms each day. The last few months I have only written down around 2. My head is everyday, and usually another that rotates in and out.

I like to look at it on paper and realize some of these dumb things are getting better. [Smile]

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I just found out a friend is suffering with gastroparesis. I had/have this, but it is due to Lyme messing with all my nerves.

My question is. Do you think mhbot would be helpful for this disease if it isn't caused by lyme?

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HW88~

I had this also.

Gastroparesis is associated with dysfunction of the vagus nerve...whether the cause is Lyme, diabetes, etc.

Since mHBOT is healing to the nervous system, IMO it would definitely be helpful, no matter the cause.

The question is what would be the best pressure and length of treatment of HBOT or mHBOT for her case, and that would be best determined by taking into account her overall diagnosis (e.g., diabetes, etc.), and an evaluation by a doctor who knows HBOT.

In what state does she live?

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She lives in OH. She doesn't have diabetes. At this point it is idiopathic. She's down to 74 lbs and has been at the children's hospital for 4 days now. I think she will have to get a feeding tube.

My gastroparesis has cleared a lot with treatment, but since I don't think she has lyme, I don't have many suggestions for her. It is a miserable disease.

I will mention it to her mom, though. See if there is someone knowledgable to talk to. If you know of anyone in the cincinnati area, let me know.

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How old is she?

I will check with my neuro/HBOT friend to see if she can recommend someone near there.

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Quick question amazing folks-
So my thyroid was in the garbage can at over 5. Something. So doctor has prescribed t3-cytomel - generic(gluten free) and since this change- my nature Throid was reduced to two grains as I am creating a lot of Reverse T3.
Since this change, I have been super herxy(real muscle pain and vibration after and in chamber) in and out of the chamber and dehydrated to some degree.

I'm drinking more water but my question is - has this turned on my immune system. It makes sense that if the body was kept at 96 degrees-where I was- the bugs would have a better chance- just wondering if anyone knows how much hypothyroidism impacts the immune system?

I know mhbot can make us need more water- correct- so I am drinking, drinking. Thanks all- You rock!

Hope everyone is doing great!!

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Hi all,

I could use some input.

Last week I was blowing my nose, and I felt a "pop" in my neck like a blood vessel had burst. Within an hour, I had a huge number of strange symptoms show up... symptoms I've NEVER had before.

- dizzyness / loss of balance
- weakness in my arms and legs
- some nausea
- slowed mental processing
- strange blood flow sensations in my head

Turns out, I probably have CCSVI, which is basically when your veins in the neck can't remove blood from the brain fast enough. This must have been aggrevated by the pressure of blowing my nose.

5 days later and the symptoms haven't really gone down much, which is scary as hell. Doing some research, turns out this kind of thing is implicated in multiple sclerosis. Do I now have MS? I kind of doubt it, but either way it's scary.

I did the chamber once since last week and it exacerbated all the symptoms including the neck pain and discomfort. Of course, this could have been a helpful healing reaction, not sure.

Just looking for any thoughts, input or similar experiences.

Did any of you have MS-type symptoms like balance issues, leg weakness, etc? Did HBOC help it? Thanks.

Bryan

PS - I realize that what I'm describing could be construed as inner ear equilibrium issues. That is not what it is. I've had sinus infections on and off for years and I know exactly what it feels like to have unequal pressure in the ears and be off balance from that. It's completely unrelated, though I wish it were that simple. Thanks.

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Bryan~

I suspect the pop you heard was your neck going out of alignment.

Google "Cervical Spine Instability" and compare the symptoms with yours...they are identical. It also affects blood flow.

I know someone who has this. A chiropractor trained in the "Atlas" method has helped him tremendously, along with mHBOT.

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Hi Phoiph, thanks. I've had that before actually and this is not related. It's definitely a blood flow / vein thing. Didn't involve any bones or connective tissue, it is on the outside of my neck about 1/2 inch from the surface.
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bryan - CCSVI is NOT related to MS.

http://www.nationalmssociety.org/Research/Research-News-Progress/Research-News/CCSVI

Have you had this looked at by a doctor? what did they say?

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Willbeatthis, it is my understanding that the thyroid does impact the functioning of your immune system. Not sure what the vibration stuff is about. But you may want to check in with your prescriber.

Bryan, I am wondering if you have a cerebral spinal fluid leak. For a while I thought that was what my son was dealing with. It turned out it wasn't. And I am glad. Because having a blood patch done is not the quick cure I was hoping for. Is your nose runny? There is a youtube video of a doc in California who has a daughter that had it. Let me see if I can find it.

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Bryan, you did not mention if you are having headaches with this. I forgot headaches is one of the major symptoms. Anyway, here is the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyvWxobqKrc&t=1sptoms.
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Thanks for the info KGG. I do not think that is what I have based on your info.

Digby, I'm strongly considering trying a ketogenic diet, wondering what the fix is for keto flu? I've tried ketosis several times and usually by the 2nd day, I'm a complete mess. If I try it again I'd like to know what to do when this happens.

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quote:
Originally posted by lapis29:
bryan -

Have you had this looked at by a doctor? what did they say?


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I have not had it looked at by a doctor yet, but plan to if the symptoms don't subside. When I take anti-microbials, the neck area flares now, along with other Lyme areas, so it seems to be a Lyme thing to me. Also, I talked to another Lyme patient who had a similar thing happen. Looking to start a keto diet to try to stabalize things.
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BryanRosner, so sorry for the trouble you are having.

Phoiph, sorry, I didn't get back sooner to your question, but my friend is only 16. She has been fighting gastroparesis for 3 years.

I am almost to dive 100! woot woot. I am very happy with the progress I've made. I still have strides to go, but my progress seems to be quicker. I feel I've made more progress in the last 3 months than I did the previous 9 on antibiotics alone.

I'm on a 4 days on, 3 days off antibiotic protocol. My Dr. wants to see what happens in those 3 days off. So far, so good.

Happy diving!

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bryan, that sounds potentially very serious. I would go see a Doc ASAP!

keto is not going to address this issue. Get to the ER, get a real diagnosis, dont **** around.

you could have a Carotid Aneurysm, which could be potentially fatal, or worse

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Yikes! Please Bryan- I agree.

Let us know how you are once checked out!

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She lives in OH. She doesn't have diabetes. At this point it is idiopathic. She's down to 74 lbs and has been at the children's hospital for 4 days now. I think she will have to get a feeding tube.

My gastroparesis has cleared a lot with treatment, but since I don't think she has lyme, I don't have many suggestions for her. It is a miserable disease.

I will mention it to her mom, though. See if there is someone knowledgable to talk to. If you know of anyone in the cincinnati area, let me know.

HW88~
I found this center near Cincinnati:

http://www.cincinnatihyperbarics.com/about-us

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AWESOME! Thanks! I'll pass it along.
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What is the consensus on taking magnesium? There are many studies that show it builds biofilm. But it is also a nutrient we can be deficient in. Apparently the topical spray is best used for easy absorption. But a good idea to use? or bad idea?
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I have read that some Lyme docs say not to use oral Magnesium because of that. I used injections for years mainly because my stomach does not tolerate oral Magnesium. But the shots are painful and they use a small amount of aluminum for a preservative. That never thrilled me.

For me, this falls into the category of we just don't know. People in the US are known to be low in Magnesium because our soil is so depleted. It does at least 300 things in the body. That sounds very important. It helps me with energy, muscle pain and sleep.

Over the years, two things have been my foundation in treating my fatigue problems: IM B12 and Magnesium. If I could tolerate oral I would be taking it. And perhaps take a biofilm buster with it. fwiw

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quote:
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Over the years, two things have been my foundation in treating my fatigue problems: IM B12 and Magnesium. If I could tolerate oral I would be taking it. And perhaps take a biofilm buster with it. fwiw

do you have a script for your b12?

used to be you could get injectable b12 w/o a script, now i cant find that anymore.

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quote:
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What is the consensus on taking magnesium? There are many studies that show it builds biofilm. But it is also a nutrient we can be deficient in. Apparently the topical spray is best used for easy absorption. But a good idea to use? or bad idea?

Chronic inflammation drives biofilms, and magnesium reduces inflammation (among many other benefits).

I'm not a fan of taking lots of supplements, but IMO magnesium is crucial for all body systems to function properly, and as mentioned, our soils are depleted, so it is difficult to get adequate amounts from food.

I personally like ReMag liquid.

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Hi, Lapsi29! Yes, it is a script. I never have seen it available without a script. What I have seen recently are B12 patches. I first saw them on Amy Yasko's site: http://www.holisticheal.com/b12-patch.html
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kgg, it took me literally years to find an oral magnesium I could tolerate. I found Shaklee Vitalmag and have been taking it for years. I am not in there multi-marketing system, just use there product with success.
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Thank you, jcarlnew. I will see if I can find some. Magnesium makes such a difference for me.
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Phoiph
I just ran my O2 concentrator without the external filter for an entire dive. Do I need to worry about anything?

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Hi all, new to this thread and forum

Has anyone had lightheadedness, sensory overload, and weakness improve with HBOT?

Also does it make sense to try it at a center first before buying your own or are the two too different?

Thanks!

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Welcome, Jesse2233! I am unsure of what is offered at the center you refer to. Many try mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy at a chiropractor's or physician's office first. If the center you mentioned has commercial deep dives, that would be different. Also, many do a rent first or rent to own.

I have had many symptoms improve with this treatment. But I am not sure I suffer specifically the symptoms you listed.

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quote:
Originally posted by Jolley:
Phoiph
I just ran my O2 concentrator without the external filter for an entire dive. Do I need to worry about anything?

Hi Jolley~

Not ideal, of course, but you should be OK for the short time you ran your concentrator without the filter.

It is easy to forget to put the filter back in after washing and letting dry overnight. I put a sticky note on the front of the concentrator as a reminder.

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Hello All
It is exiting to hear from people getting better with HBOT
I would like to try it before I invest in a HBOT unit

I am wondering if there are any Wellness Centers in the San Francisco Bay Area that would let me try a few sessions around 100 dollars per session?

Thanks

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Phoiph thank you! I'm feeling symptom free mostly and have for quite awhile. My doctor suggested cutting back to diving 2-3 days a week. I feel torn as part of me wants to dive two full years and another part of me is so ready to be done with the time commitment of daily dives. How do you start cutting back?
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Jolley~

When you say you have been "symptom-free mostly" for "quite awhile", can you be more specific?

I personally didn't want to take any chances in this area. I continued to dive daily for another full year after I was fully functional and symptom-free. I was amazed at how much I improved during that time.

So...I dove for a total of 2-1/2 years daily before cutting back. I then went to 4 consecutive days on, 3 off. The decision to cut back was easy; my body told me it was time. I didn't have to second guess it; I just knew.

The fact that you are "torn" about cutting back suggests to me that you may not be at that point yet. Your mind may be "done" with the time commitment, but your body knows the truth and it will let you know.

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Jesse2233~

I had all of the symptoms that you mentioned and many more, all of which resolved with long term commitment to mHBOT, diet, and graded exercise/activity.

I just replied to your PM so we can discuss further...

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Hominahomina~

You can contact Dr. Ken Stoller in San Francisco for information:

https://www.hbotsf.org/
http://www.azzolino.com

Since you are new to the thread, I just want to be sure you are aware that for Lyme and many chronic illnesses, results from mHBOT are seen after many sessions over time.

It is unlikely that you would have lasting results from just a few sessions, although it may familiarize you and increase your comfort level with the process.

Also, if you do your first sessions at a facility, you may want to request to go more slowly than the usual protocol; as people with Lyme and chronic illness can be more sensitive than others they may be used to treating.

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Thanks Phoip
How many sessions would you suggest until I know it will benefit me?
I would prefer to spend the least amount on trying it out and save that for my own unit.

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I don't know your health situation, but for someone with chronic Lyme, It can (and usually does) take months of daily sessions to begin to see changes and lasting results.

It is a very gradual, 2 step forward, 1 step back process that takes time to traverse the many layers involved and to rebuild/restore.

In other words, although you might experience an initial "honeymoon period", you will likely not realize the deep lasting results for some time.

Since it is cost prohibitive for most people to do long term treatment in a clinical setting, some people will opt to do just a few sessions to become comfortable with the process before buying or renting their own chamber.

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Thanks again Phoip
I don't think I have Lyme but instead CFS maybe they are the same thing I don't know

I wonder if there is anyone in the San Francisco Bay Area that would want to split the cost of a rental maybe 3 or 4 people or more
Thanks

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Hello All
Exiting news
I found an affordable HBOT company in Albany California Bay Area
They are significantly cheaper than the other places I've called
They are called Holistic Hyperbarics
They use soft shelled chambers
http://www.hh-bayarea.com/
510-648-9496
Talk to Alex
If you use them please mention my name Steve from Lymenet this gives me free sessions
I am not invested in the company in any way just wanted to pass along this information for people that want to try but can't afford it

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I'm about a week into using my chamber, so I thought I'd share my experience.

My symptoms have almost always been Bartonella related, and they're mostly neurological.

My anxiety has ticked up, which is normal when I herx. When I'm in the chamber it also feels like my bones ache, this is true mostly in my arms and hands. Feels a bit strange.

I'm not sure when it happened, but sometime in the last few days I've developed a bartonella rash on my back. I have long purple looking scratches that run almost parallel to my spine. They look fairly dramatic.

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Charles12
Have you experienced a herx at all?
Thanks

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Welcome, Charles12! Thanks for sharing your experience. It certainly sounds like your immune system woke up.

When I initially used mHBO, I started right off with an hour dive. That was too much for me. Then I read Phioph's and another member's (can't remember her name! sorry) recommendation to start low and go slow, I found it much more tolerable.

So I started at 10 minutes of diving plus inflating and deflating 10 minutes each. That was without wearing my oxygen mask. I just had it laying beside me. After I was up to an hour then I added wearing the oxygen mask for 10 minutes at the end of my dive and ramped up from there to wearing it for the whole dive.

Here is the schedule that I followed:

"mHBOT Diving Schedule (for those just starting out)

·MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2016

Week 1

Days 1-3: 20 minute dive at full pressure (not counting compression and decompression time). Do not wear the mask, but set it down inside the chamber so the oxygen is flowing in, mixing with compressed air.

Days 4-7: If no major reactions are happening, increase full pressure time to 40 minutes. If having previous reaction, stay at 20 minutes (still no mask; just let oxygen flow in and mix with compressed air).

Week 2

Days 1-3: If no major reactions, increase full pressure time to 60 minutes. If having a previous reaction, stay at 40 minutes (still no mask).

Days 4-7: If no major reaction, continue with full pressure 60 minute dive, wearing mask for 20 minutes, and laying it down in the chamber for the rest of the dive. (If having reaction, don't move forward; stay at last step!)

Week 3

Days 1-3: Continue 60 minute dive, wearing mask for 40 minutes, and laying it down in the chamber for the rest of the dive.

Days 4-7: Continue 60 minute dive, wearing mask for entire 60 minutes.

Again...don't move forward to the next step until you're not having major reactions. It is best to move up slowly so your body has time to detoxify and adjust.

You don't need to wear the mask while you compress (so you can clear your ears freely), but do wear it when you decompress."

Hope this helps.

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Phoiph,
I have symptoms (low energy/ cold) from anemia/ low iron which improve with supplementation and return when I stop supplementing. Have been symptom free from Lyme for six months or more, not including the anemia issues, which were difficult to separate out at the time. I also continue to have asthma and aches in response to certain foods but I know what not to eat for the most part and am symptom free if I stay lower histamine. My concern with continued dives are my periods are much worse over the past year and I wonder if mHbot could have contributed; I'm in a low iron rut. I sort of feel "done" at least with Lyme; the rest is management. With that said, a few months ago I missed 3 days in a row to visit my parents and felt the urge to get back in the chamber ASAP.

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Jolley~

Did your doctor determine a cause for the anemia?

I'm assuming you been checked for hormonal imbalances (that could contribute to your heavy periods and cause anemia)?

Are you including plenty of iron-containing foods in your diet?

HBOT is actually used to provide oxygen to tissues in cases of anemia due to large blood loss, or when transfusions aren't possible.

IMO, if you are already oxygen deprived due to anemia, I personally would not consider cutting back on daily mHBOT at this point.

The urge to get back in the chamber asap after missing 3 days is a good indicator.

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Phoiph,
Don't really know. When I take iron my levels go up so probably not an absorption issue. I think it is from bad periods; I've tried balancing hormones in the past but am really sensitive to progesterone; may try TCM/ acupuncture for it.. I'll hold off on cutting back until my iron levels are higher. Thanks for your help.

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Hi All,

Wondering if you have some great breakfast suggestions?

I think my diet is the biggest piece I need to work on right now. I couldn't eat hardly ANYTHING for so long. Now that my stomach is doing better, I'm having a hard time having a strict diet. So, I figured I would change one meal at a time.

SOO.... taking all breakfast suggestions!!! [Smile]

Yeah hbot team. Still progressing in my up down fashion. [Wink] So thankful for mhbot.

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I used to eat eggs for breakfast. But my stomach does not like them now. So I have peanut butter on a brown rice cake. And coffee of course. So I guess, I am not much help to you. Sorry.
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Haha.. kgg, I can do eggs occasionally. I don't think everyday, but it's a good rotation!
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HW88~

I eat spinach (or other vegetable) sautéed in coconut oil, 2 eggs, and 1/2 avocado for breakfast.

Try to think of protein and vegetable for breakfast instead of the usual starchy breakfast foods. If you can digest them at this point, you can stir fry vegetables and add a protein (e.g., grass fed beef, salmon, etc.) to it.

If you are not at that stage of digestive health yet (or even if you are), breakfast is a great time to have bone or meat broth.

Fermented foods are crucial to gut health/healing and would go well here.

For better digestion, food combining is important, too. As a general rule, try not to mix starches with protein. Avocados are a nutritious neutral food and combine with anything. Fruits should be eaten on an empty stomach at least a half hour before a meal to avoid fermentation.

You can also make nut butters and nut milks, but be sure to prepare your nuts properly in advance to remove the anti-digestive enzymes and make them more absorbable.

There are some recipes for nut preparation, bone broth, fermented foods (and other links on diet/nutrition) on this page of my website:
http://freeradicalshyperbaric.com/links/nutrition/

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Sent from digby:

Portable Home Hyperbaric Chambers Treat Chronic Lyme:

http://hyperbaricstudies.com/research-studies/portable-home-hyperbaric-chambers-treat-chronic-lyme/

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Thank you phoiph. That is an excellent starting point.

I've thought about adding things for gut healing, but wonder if I'm wasting time since I'm still on antibiotics 3-4 days a week.

I guess it still helps.

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Thank you phoiph. That is an excellent starting point.

I've thought about adding things for gut healing, but wonder if I'm wasting time since I'm still on antibiotics 3-4 days a week.

I guess it still helps.

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uggh, I was doing so well... making progress, living life... then SMACK, I feel like someone put me in a time machine and transported me to 6 months ago. Someone please remind me this is normal..... And it will get better again!


Hope everyone else is doing well and making progress!!

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So sorry. It gets discouraging when we do the two step back thing. But it will pass. And you will get better. Hang in there!
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