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doglover
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When I ordered my EMEM machine the gentleman I ordered it from asked me what blood type I am. I said type O. He said good news. Type O doesn't herx. The people he has sold to, with type O blood , don't herx. They get better but they don't herx. If they do herx it's very very mild. He and his wife both have lyme. They both used the machine. He's type O. Had a few mild herx's. She's type A. Had constant very bad herx's. Don't know how true it is.

Anyone with further info/comments?? [confused]

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jlp38
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Wow. Wonder if it's true.
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RZR
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Too bad for me....I am type B.

I ordered from this gentlemen a couple weeks ago!

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manybites
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That is not true.I herxed like hell when I used it.I was very active though in every coinfection.
I used it for each infection but could not help me and got right back to antibiotics and herbs.

My rife is sitting right there untouched.

Only the lyme frequencies were the ones that I did not react.My strain was european though .That might make a diference.

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Rumigirl
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I was told the same thing by him. However, in spite of being type O, I herxed like crazy.

Especially when I got the flu, called him, and he told me to use the flu frequencies 5 times a day. I did, not knowing that one or two of them were Lyme frequencies!!

The herx was beyond belief! I had a migraine and pain that required 'round the clock opiods every 4 hours, no lying flat. I barely slept, had a fever, and ungodly pain. Obviously, this was way outside the norm. Just an anecdote. It was a truly hefty herx.

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doglover
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Oh darn!! I had so hoped it was true. Well maybe it's only lymes that I'll herx with. Not the definetly other two I have or the others I have that haven't been diagnosed yet,

I did ask Dr. P when I saw him last year if I could get better without herxing, he said "NO".

So much for thinking I might get a break.

[bonk] [bonk] [bonk] [bonk] [bonk]

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mojo
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No way. I'm type O and I herx with Rife. I wish it were true, though!
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