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Chris Swiergula
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Hello, at the beginning I would like to start with severe words about my condition after being diagnosed and I'm aiming to people who had experience with Rife Machine.

I've been diagnosed with Lyme Disease at end of 2017 with Western Blotte test. After diagnose I went on 1 month treatment by Doxycycline but it didn't help. With some individual research I got to know about Rife Machine from people who turned out to being ones who was able to recover thanks to her. I went to private clinic in my country (Poland) and since december 2017 I've been on treatment up until now. Thanks to this I got rid of many symptoms (I had Neuro-Lyme with pain in the limbs and stiffness) and was slowly gotting free from disease. Even my doctor said I barely had any traces of Borrelia a while ago when I had check-ups. But something weird happened 3 weeks ago. Some of the neurological symptoms came back being even worse than been before. I started to have burning sensation in legs and hands. In addition to it, I started to feel weakening of muscles with weird sweating in hands and ticking at left side of face. Especially with muscles under eyes. All preceded weird pain in lungs and flu-like symptoms (cough and phlegm in throat) but my general practitioner nothing heard in my chest after visit. It happened a while ago with pain in chest which gone after some time. It happened realy qucikly and started to being burdensome. I don't know if it is lyme anymore and I'm considering looking for neurologist 'cause it stars to worry me. Is there option that it may be some of "recovery mode" that cause that kind of inflammatory in nervous system? Did someone had something similiar?


And of course, I had some co-infections which I was treating. Mycoplasma, Bartonella and Babesia. And I'm not sure but doctor said something about Anaplasma, I guess.

Sorry for language barrier. I tried to put it as neat as much I could.

Regards for every who struggle with it. Wish you well-being.

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map1131
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Did you treat with rife the mycoplasma, bartonella etc, the whole laundry list of co-infections that come with this illness?

Any doctor that would tell a patient that they only have very little of the Lyme left in them is what is called an illiterate doctor.

Rife is not a short term treatment. But one needs some type of naturopath, functional doctor, alternative type to continue trying to figure out what type of bacteria(s), viruses, mold/fungus/candida is continuing to keep you ill.

I hope you find that healer to help you figure out this very complicated illness.

Pam

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I agree with Pam in all her points. All of them.

Over time, Rife has helped many, along with support habits, of course. Start with Rosner's book but also check out his more current postings at his site and on YouTube.


http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=117755;p=0

RIFE Machine - Reference LINKS


http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/2/13964

How to find an ILADS educated LL professional in complementary fields (naturopathic, acupuncture, etc.)

Also includes article and book links by all kinds of LL authors - and information about herbal and nutritional supplements.
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Chris Swiergula
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>Did you treat with rife the mycoplasma, bartonella etc, the whole laundry list of co-infections that come with this illness?

Actually, I did. They told me that we went through frequencies that aimed to all co-infections. It turned out while treatment that bartonella was one which was causing my muscles to feel "stiff". And this symptoms are gone a long ago. But now it's totally different. It's more than I'm starting to feel like my all body starts to shut. It's weird because a month ago I felt amazing and was hoping for recovery.

Thanks for links! I've already read "When Antibiotics Fail: Lyme Disease and Rife Machines" to help me truly understand structure and work of machine. While treatment I was taking some herbs from Buhner Protocol like Japanese Knotweed Root, Smilax, Chrolella (detox from neurotoxins). Now I use Cordyceps, Side Acuta, Isatis, Houttuynia, Chinese Skullcap and Cistus mixed with Dipsacus Fullonum having suspicion that it could be maybe mycoplasme. Obviously, I keep my nutritions under control taking Vit C, B12, Magnesium and Potassium. Appointment at neurologist is month away now so I hope symptoms will restrain for now. [Smile]

Regards

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I would look into chronic herpes infections.

EBV is one of the herpes infections:
https://rawlsmd.com/health-articles/epstein-barr-virus-a-key-player-in-chronic-illness

HHV-6 another:
https://hhv-6foundation.org/associated-conditions/hhv-6-and-chronic-fatigue-syndrome

Shingles or zoster infections another:
https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/postherpetic-neuralgia/symptoms-causes/syc-20376588

all these can become chronic, difficult to find in blood and ALL affect the nerves.

We are all exposed to many types of herpes viruses, and I don't believe there's a single person that's more than 40 that is herpes free.

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