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efsd25
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Hello fellow rifers!

A heads-up here....
I am a long term rifer( plus abx and everything else). Rifed for over 5 years with many different types of devices. Stopped rifing about a 2 years ago when I started to get a reoccurring tingling in my nerves after rife sessions and the tingling took longer and longer to go away. It now has been suggested by physicans as small fiber neuropathy.

I cannot prove it is related to the rifing, but at a minimum, aggravates the condition.

My humble suggestion is the following:

1)If you must rife and are choosing between a contact device or a "non-contact" device(like a doug coil). Go with the non-contact device.

2)If you have a power setting.. go with a lower power.

We all want to get better, but we need to be careful.

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D Bergy
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Thank you for the warning. Better to report it, even if you are not certain what caused it. It gives us a heads up if the symptoms occur in someone using this method.

Dan

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