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rachellemarie
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Just in the past week or so, I'm getting constant joint pain in my fingers, some in my hand. Before this, I'd get very occasional joint pain through out my body but for the most part my only symptom was fatigue.

My question is: does this joint pain just come and go and that is the end of it...OR...if I don't some how find a way to get rid of it, does this mean it could lead to becoming crippled??

What are others experiencing regarding the route their joint pain takes over time?

This is scaring me because I'm still in my 30's!

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I read on here that Lyme causes large joint pain but mold causes the small joints to hurt. That is consistent with my experience, but I don't know if it's true.

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AZURE WISH
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finger joint pain can be from lyme too. i still have it constant but it is much better than it was.

are you being treated for lyme? Are you herxing any symptoms can return, get worse or be added when you herx.

If you tolerate supplements there are some that are supposed to be benifical to joints you could ask your dr about.

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Six - I used to have pretty bad joint pain in my knees but they have gone away for a few months.

But my toe and finger pain are persistent almost everyday - more so in the mornings though.
If that is related to mold... grrrr!

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Lead and nickle and many others when being released by the body after correct treatment can cause pain in bone and joints, large or small.
Toxic metals are being released constantly and for years, once you have made the correcting adjustments. I notice it mainly after AI is taking effect.

I combine a spray of Quintessence, Cilantro tincture, Curcumin with Pippli and spray it on the areas generously. DMPS as applied with Neural Therapy also helps to move on these metals.
Rubbing in Cilantro Tincture into the areas, also ankles for lower body and wrists for upper body, helps. You cannot do without binders or you will be chasing these neurotoxins again and again.

If you have used light, Biophotons distribute these metals all over the body and they become reabsorbed in many body areas
unless you deal with them effectively to avoid that. It takes constant vigilance to avoid toxic metals and neurotoxins to settle elsewhere only to hurt again and again at a later point.

Binders, binders, binders! I am sure you all have heard about them.

When you kill parasites, the same scenario starts over again releasing neurotoxins incl. metals, fungi, etc. Again you have to get active when that happens to help them out of the body.

The Klinghardt Lyme Cocktail works well to avoid these problems also. Prepare it in the morning and take it during the day. You can add everything into it except the minerals. These have to be taken separately. The recipe has been posted here a number of times.

You have to keep at it - Neurotoxins take many years to leave the body - long after the organisms are dead.

Take care.


P.S. Am I repeating myself????? Darn right - because that is what neurotoxins are all about -- they surface again and again unless you deal with them effectively. The bugs are dead and gone, but the neurotoxins hang on.

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I find Nettle leaves to be the most helpful for relieving the finger/hand pain. Plaquenil and homeopathic Causticum have also been helpful, but not as good as the Nettles. Mine is from Lyme/Bart. because antibiotics (Ceftin, Cipro) makes the pain go away also, after an initial flare up (herx).

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Thanks all, I actually just purchased some Nettle from vitacost. Will continue the detox and binding too! This is a never ending process. It just seems strange that after all these years with only having basically fatigue that I'm now getting this joint pain, and some muscle pain. It varies every day. I never know what I'm going to wake up to! lol

I'm not doing any antibiotics. I now make my own colloidal silver and will be treating with that as well.

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I also get the joint pain in my hands. It was pretty bad 4-5 months ago in my right hand, but just migrant pain in my left. About 2 months ago, most of it went away in my right hand, except for in my pinkie finger. That finger continues to bother me.

Rachellemarie- I dont think it means that you will have it permanently. Something in common for all of us, is that it comes and goes. So lets just count on it doing more going than coming.

I know nothing about Nettle, how do you use this?

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