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Topic: Doug coil for babesia?
Peggy in Maryland
Member # 10480
04-17-2011 02:39 PM
Has anyone successfully used a Doug coil to treat babesia? I've been using one for Lyme for several months. After a couple of months my symptoms changed significantly. My LLMD now thinks my symptoms point to babesia. I think maybe the babesia was there all along, but the symptoms didn't appear till my Lyme load was significantly reduced via coiling. I've now added artemisinin per his recommendation, and I feel even worse.
I've read here that some say they've been treating babesia unsuccesssfully for several years, and others who say it took several years to make a dent. This is very discouraging, since I've been housebound with this for over 4 months. I know what it feels like to have Lyme--I've been dealing with it for over 2 decades, but until now I at least had a life, could work, socialize, etc. This is my first encounter dealing with babesia. I appreciate any input. Peggy
Posts: | From 143 Maryland | Registered: Oct 2006
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Member # 9984
04-17-2011 02:51 PM
I treated my wife's Babesia using the GB-4000 three different times.
It came back months later after the first two rounds of treatment. The third time I used Char Boehms DNA based frequencies for Babs and it is gone for good. I did use her frequencies at higher harmonics than you could run with the coil, but that does not mean it would not have worked at lower harmonics. That remains to be seen. It was not particularly hard to knock it down using the CAFL frequencies, but I may not have treated long enough after symptoms were gone, the first two times. I was learning how to treat this way at that time, so I am sure I made plenty of mistakes. Babs was easier than Bart or Lyme, which I am still working on. Not enough to cause any serious problems, but not completely gone either. I am quite certain the Babs is 100% gone. Dan
Posts: | From 2918 Minnesota | Registered: Aug 2006
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Member # 25286
04-17-2011 04:30 PM
570 or 1583 are supposed to work with the coil for Babs.
I used 570 once and knocked it down quite a bit even though I'm working on other coinfections right now. Tried it once and the night sweats and bad dreams went away right off the bat. Will return to using 570 once I get bart and Lyme out of the way. -------------------- -chaps “Listen to the bell, Borrelia. It tolls for thee!”
Posts: | From 631 A little place called, "we'll see." | Registered: Apr 2010
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