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lyme in Putnam
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Finished frequencies lyme ondamed, now detoxing mold with fir sauna, pekana, nt detox, skin brush, cholyestremine. Clearer but detached. Today so surreal. It's changed so weird, not back to self but changed some form of clarity. Never knew so many levels of the brain never want to know again once I get back. with Gods help. Anyone experience? Is the brain last to come back?

[ 07-13-2014, 09:59 AM: Message edited by: lyme in Putnam ]

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GretaM
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Hi LIP,

For me, and I am by no means done, just taking a break.

The symptoms that showed up last were the first to go. The ones I've had for years are still here.

Detoxing really helps my brain. Sounds like you are doing everything right. Just keep doing, and be patient. The change today in clarity is a great sign! Yay!

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lyme in Putnam
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God bless Greta. Just feels like I lost my core, personality, what makes me up.. Trying hard. Me on the outside, lost on the inside. Menopause is insane with the flashes, ocd, don't know what to contribute what to. Feel good.

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so are you saying you do feel a little bit better

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quote:
Originally posted by lyme in Putnam:
God bless Greta. Just feels like I lost my core, personality, what makes me up.. Trying hard. Me on the outside, lost on the inside. Menopause is insane with the flashes, ocd, don't know what to contribute what to. Feel good.

Personally, i recommend treating the menopause symptoms, too, which you may be doing already. First, there are the natural remedies, and then there are bio-identical hormones, which help a lot, when the natural remedies are not enough (and are quite safe IMO).

It's bad enough to be dealing with the other symptoms. There is no reason IMO to suffer with menopause to boot.

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lyme in Putnam
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They tried bioidentical but liver nos went up had to stop. Some clarity but still disconnect Derk, Doing hormones on ondamed 3x a week. Treating mold which was high. Still not stable minded. Trying desperately but ondamed seems to helping. Think you're better then swing back down. It really is minute at a time, I almost had feeling for my husband last week. So sad but after the last 4 years it's miraculous anything good helps.

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Hormones have a lot to do with depersonalization. Last clarity for 2 weeks was November, last menstrual. Sure there's more, mold...it's the mix to stay in hell

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every dr I have seen for lyme and co. has said brain is last to get better.- that is about 5 drs telling me that.

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Actually for me, it comes back after several months of treatment.

The last to leave is the fatigue.

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For me, these symptoms were Bartonella in the brain. No amount of detoxing and supplements got rid of it. Just Bartonella antibiotics. I hope it clears for you soon - it's truly a living hell. *Hugs*

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Yes, I would have to say for myself that I am feeling more connected since being on Rifampin and now Doxy. Before that it WAS HELL! I would say that I agree with lymielauren that it probably is some form of gram negative bacteria like bartonella or maybe even brucella.

I was told by a natural health practitioner that these issues for me were issues of detox. So I was doing lots of detox, but only getting worse. I believe the detoxing is helping (like yucca), but only since I added these ABX to the detoxing stuff is the old me coming back. So it must be primarily an infection problem and once that is lowered the detox stuff can be of better benefit.

LIP, I hope you are still on the ABX Dr. H put you on, because they are probably going help you the most and the quickest. I remember you saying about your appointment with him that he called your symptoms "classic bartonella."

Good luck, and God bless you!! HANG ON! It can get better.

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Hi LIP,

How are you doing today?

Greta

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lyme in Putnam
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Hi . On and off. Greta thanks for asking. Sunday was unbearable but I'm almost off depakote a psych med. the cholyestremine was too hard on my stomach. Lyme might be dormant but focusing on detoxing mold. Sauna pinella burbur pekana drainage and ondamed 3x a week. They're focusing on hormones due to menopause. I've always been bad monthly and had a week reprieve from crazy stuff. OndMed corrects from origin I knew menopause was gonna be bad for me. Have to see dr. H soon. Lyme screwed whole endocrine system up. One minute at a time. Good thoughts for all to get out of hell. God bless.

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