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JenInMa
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Has anyone tried both treatment options? If you were to invest in one or the other; which would it be. I'm interested in this for Lyme and Bartonella.

Thanks in advance,

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IGG 41++, 58+
IGM 31 IND, 41 IND, 83-93 IND

Son (most chronically ill)
IGG 41+
IGM 39 IND, 41+++
Bartonella positive

Daughter
IGG 39 IND, 41++, 58+
IGM 31+, 41 IND, 83-93+

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What kind of laser treatment are you looking at?

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pamoisondelune
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"Brussels" on this forum does not speak highly of lasers.
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JenInMa
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I'm looking for the most therapeutic results possible for the money, It sounds like Rifes work for a lot of people but I guess I'm wondering if laser is a more advanced process for eliminating Spirochetes.
This is mostly for my son who has back pain, myoclonus, and extreme fatique.
Any advice is appreciated.

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IGG 41++, 58+
IGM 31 IND, 41 IND, 83-93 IND

Son (most chronically ill)
IGG 41+
IGM 39 IND, 41+++
Bartonella positive

Daughter
IGG 39 IND, 41++, 58+
IGM 31+, 41 IND, 83-93+

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I just wondered because many of us have gotten well using light, but it was a non-laser photon device.

I don't know much about lasers though.

There are a few threads on both the Bionic 880 and the PE1 photon devices.

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RIFE- GB4000

This has saved my life, been undiagnonsed for 25 years, crashed 5 years ago, 5 years of heavy duty antibiotics-port, picc lines, bicillin shots, every antibiotic imaginable

After 5 months off all antibiotics and am finally feeling hope- It's still a long road- all those years of supression from the antibiotics) but am better than while on them and off almost all meds ( was on a truckfull-literally)

I have every tick bourne infection known to man- rifing has saved my life

Just found out my kids have it also, I can treat them also, that's the great thing about it

It's easy to find out if anyone is sick you live with, if they herx while you are rifing, they have that bacteria also

Hope this helps, wish I would have done this from the start and spared my body from the onslaught of drugs-I know they help some but not me

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