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swimmeredurp
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Hello, I was wondering if anyone has done VIP nasal

spray and if anyone experienced any side effects. I

am doing it as part of Dr. Shoemaker's mold illness

protocol. I tried the spray but I think it is giving

me headaches...although could be other factors. I'm

wondering if anyone has any experience with this.

Thanks!

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Symptoms started summer 2007
Diagnosed CDC verifiable 01/2010
Stopped treatment summer 2011
Treated Babesia Sept.2011-March 2012
Lyme disease free
Diagnosed with mold sickness March 2012
Almost symptom free, still experience fatigue

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Lymetoo
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You might try doing a search here. I remember it being discussed.

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swimmeredurp
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Thanks, yes I've looked through some old posts but can't seem to find anything about side effects.

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Diagnosed CDC verifiable 01/2010
Stopped treatment summer 2011
Treated Babesia Sept.2011-March 2012
Lyme disease free
Diagnosed with mold sickness March 2012
Almost symptom free, still experience fatigue

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Garz
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i read some of Richie Shoemakers work - he did discuss different nose sprays and some people getting herx like reactions including headache from any of them containing bactericidal agents. if I recall in those cases he generally prescribed nasal sprays with biofilm disrupting agents only.
people with this cluster of illnesses/symptoms are often sensitive to many things and headaches are one of the most common reactions in those that are sensitive.
it could be worth persevering - if you can tolerate it
or it could be worth looking into Mast Cell Activation Syndrome which often accompanies these illnesses - and can be one of the mechanisms by which these reactions are produced - esp in people who display food sensitivities etc

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Thank you so much for your help!

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Symptoms started summer 2007
Diagnosed CDC verifiable 01/2010
Stopped treatment summer 2011
Treated Babesia Sept.2011-March 2012
Lyme disease free
Diagnosed with mold sickness March 2012
Almost symptom free, still experience fatigue

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lymenotlite
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You might look at this thread. I will be probably be using oregano juice and/or oil for sinus stuff later on.

https://earthclinic.com/ailments/sinus-infection-natural-remedies/oregano-oil/

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