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Shahbah
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Apparently babesia seems to be the culprit in my case. SO far we were thinking bart but I do not respond to any treatment... I have splitting constant headaches, every part of my body hurts when I touch it, my belly and face are swollen... it seems it has affected my liver (as I have "yellow" eyes sometimes, that come and go...)... I have been suffering for years and it seems that the babesia is affecting my brain very much, besdes pain, I can not concentrate on anything!!! Not even watch TV... Has anyone been through this and got well? I am again so desperate and tired, I wish I could just die in a minute and end this nightmare, it just doesn't make sense at all! Help!!! How am I going to get through this?
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How do you know it is from Babs?
Have you been tested for Bart and the
other co-infections too? Just asking
as the TV issues and brain fog for me are
all Bart. Yes you can get better but it will take
time to do so. You need to make sure to address
all the co-infections in what ever way you decide
to treat (such as antibiotics or alternatives)and to follow a good diet ect....

How long have you been in treatment?
Are you being treated by an LLMD?

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Shahbah
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Yes I have been tested negative... But my LLMD put me on bart mediaction first thinking it could be the reason for my suffering but I just do not respond to treatment (abx), I don't get better, i don't herx, it's like I take nothing... I am convinced it must be babesia...
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What have you taken for babesia so far?

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Has he tried any antiparasitics like Ivermectin, albena,alinia biltricide etc. Dr. K. treats All of his pts with these drugs first for parasites. Maybe this approach could work for you,

Gael

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Yes I have been through this. Exactly the same symptoms and feelings. The Pure salt and vitamin C protocol began the turnaround for me. It has been one year now and my life is coming back to me each day. I am now pulsing several different protocols in 3 day rotations. Improvement is very suttle at times but my month to month gains are remarkable and consistant. Hydrocodone has proven to be the best pain relief for me. Prayer and meditation have become a way of life for me and it works! Gael has been a God send for me along with Keebler , Maria A and many others on here who comment on their personal experience.
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