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lyme987
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NEURAL therapy!!!!!!!!!!!!!

WOW, 4 years of hell, IV's, orals, IM shots,

I went to my LLMD, who specializes in chinese medicine -(I also use another one for most of my meds) and he tried this on me again after telling me I was severely deficient in Magnesium

He gave me an IM shot of mag, then did the neural therapy at the gaglion nerves (this doctor is extremely experienced and was rated a top doc, make sure if you do this you go to someone with lots of experience)

After the injections, my headache went away!!!
(I've had one for 4 years, fogginess, inability to concentrate, depression, etc)

The next morning my head felt as if it was weightless- all that fog and heaviness was gone!

It's been 4 days and My head still feels light

Now, I still have some problems but this has been life altering after 4 years of hell with neuro lyme

It's a great option for those who have tried all and are ready to hang it up

I hope this can help someone.

Just remember I am not a doctor, this has been my experience

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steve1906
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I'm so happy for you, I hope you contiue to improve!!!

Magnesium deficiency is common amongst Lyme patients.

The deficiency is often missed by physicians due to the reliance on serum tests instead of the magnesium levels within the red blood cells as well as signs and symptoms. To further complicate matters, the antibiotics used to treat Lyme disease can deplete magnesium and other important nutrients.

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kidsgotlyme
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That's great!! So happy for you. I love to hear good news.

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lou
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What is neural therapy?
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Lyme 987,

I was going to ask a question but was interupted by the UPS truck with my 987 bottles of magnesium!

As I understand it the spiros eat minerals so that is one reason we are short and then the heavy metals get deposited into the cells causing all kinds of havoc.

So what type of mag. and do you think you can catch up with oral mag. or is IM the way to go.

Also is there a link to explain the neural therapy gaglion nerves?

Congrats on your progress!

All the Best, MattH

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steve1906
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I found this:

http://www.drdarvish.com/naturopathic-medicine/neural-therapy.html

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Ive been taking magnesium for a long time but still suspect I am defiecent.

what kind of test did your dr do to determine you were defiecent... and could he tell how defiecent?

I plan on talking about my magnesium concerns on my next dr appt. one worry i have is that my body reacts badly to so many things. I am worried even if I need it my body may not be able to tolerate it.

I am SO happy to hear you found relief.

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My doctor uses ART testing to test for deficiencies. I was up to taking 3000mg of mag oxide with no interal distress- that's alot of mag. I knew I wasn't absorbing because my shaking and tremors were out of control

I am using a transdermal mag sulfate right now-4'x a day. I see him again in 2 weeks, if I'm still deficient I might have to go IV-I don't have a line but I guess it will be a temporary thing at the doc's office-I don't care anymore if it works

Here's a link for neural therapy-

http://www.drkaslow.com/html/neural_therapy.html
(This is not the doctor I use just a site I found)

also Dr. K talks about it in his lyme regiment

Another thing-it is not for the faint of heart-it's big needles going into the head- but I know those of us suffering would go through anything to get better. It's temporary

I hope to help those who have tried everything-don't give up hope

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This is amazing. My neuro. symptoms are also severe. Can't even go in stores without fainting or near fainting. Tremors horrible, dizziness, headache and head pains 24/7.

Thank you for sharing. Gonna find doc who can do this.

Very, very happy for you.

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