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BTTaylor
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I've read some posts that say not to rife if you have a pacemaker. I rife for Lyme / coinfections and my husband just had a pacemaker put in. I am wondering if anyone knows if it is safe for him if I rife while he is in the house. I rife in a room with the door shut and about 25 ft away. Thanks for any input. Beth
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I would recommend that you get on the Rife FB page and all the rife sites and ask people that have some experience with this.

Your husband could always take a walk or go to the store while you do your tx? Of course I hope he is able to do these things.

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Thanks Pam for the response. I did post it on the facebook rife page but no response yet. We will ask his cardiologist too but will he know about rife machine ? I guess I just tell him its electromagnetic and see what he says.

But it's probably best if I rife when he is out of the house.

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It is impossible to know for certain unless a person had intimate knowledge of both pacemakers and the frequency involved.

It would be best not to run it in his presence.

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You can find out from the manufacturer what the frequency of the pacemaker is. My husband has one and the frequency of his pacemaker is much higher than any of the frequencies for rife.

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Thanks for the advice everyone. Beth
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