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Hello all,

We are in the thick of trying to sort this out.

Being used now: Byron White A-L now at 13 drops

twice a day. Haven't seen any change. No herx. On

NT -Detox, Detox 1, Detox 2, A-Inflam. Coffee

enemas and infrared sauna (that has been good).

Gluten free, casein free diet. Paleo.Could be we

have to leave the shotgun of A-L and go to a

distinct co-infection formula.

Thanks ahead of time!


Headache constant in temples

Occipital pressure

Neck stiffness

Tendons in arms feel contracted

Burning in sternum

Feels as if trying to stand in a boat

Behind left ear, mastoid - ache

Ear Pressure

Ear ringing

Spasms

Twitches

Electric shocks

Feels "wired"

Breath shortness

Slow motor movement

Poor circulation

Reflux

General aches/sore

De-realization

Fatigue

Anxiety

Depression

Stools tend to be more yellow, but can be normal colored

Aware of liver

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GretaM
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Bartonella. Bartonella. Bartonella.

Also, some symptoms you listed overlap with babesia.

But I would start with A-Bart, if you are keen to use the Byron Whites.

It is strong, for me at least. Hard to advance to 15 drops!

Good luck!

PS. Keebler posted a great link about dehydrated garlic. This is something I've started about three weeks ago, and wham-o! It seems to hit everything I am strurggling with!

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PS. How do you like A-Inflam? Does it help with pain?

I am always on the lookout for pain relief. Desperate, really.

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I think bartonella too. I've had positive improvements on A-bart but I agree with Greta-was strong for me too. I had to start low and increase slowly.
Good luck

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Standing on a boat... babesia

Make sure you are taking plenty of magnesium.

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Thank you everybody. I'm just so sad with all of

this [Frown]

I hear A-Bart is powerful. But, I think we

are going to try that road in 2.5 days if we

don't

see anything with A-L.

Why does there have to be Lyme... [Frown]

The A-Inflam is good. I know of 4 people who use

it. Two have Lyme and two don't. The two who

don't,

use it for sinus inflammation and general

inflammation. It can be put on topically too. If

one is in PAIN one can use it by the dropper full

and more often. It is good.


I was kind of thinking there was some

babesia--but really I am so new to all of this

and that is why I asked. Bartonella...sigh...

Magnesium oil, baths and oral were being

employed before diagnosis. Thanks for the

emphasis though.

Thank you all again for being there. This is no

fun at all.

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About garlic- I agree there is something to it.

Just throwing some fresh in a blender with water

and drinking it goes right to the spot of trouble

within seconds. Must be, among other things, some

kind of energetic shift with it as there is not

enough time for it to get into the blood and yet-

bingo! It hits all troublesome spots.

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just to chime in here- when my 'motion sickness' sx gets real bad I have taken some homeopathic motion sickness tabs and they seem to help give some relief.

that would be the 'standing in a boat' feeling

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That's a good point LisaK. Cocculus indicus

worked in the past.

It was interesting in that there was shift

out of the head "balancing in a boat feeling" to

stiffness of extremities which

told me there was not structural damage in the

ears. I see that as a good sign. I did not know

what we were dealing with and now I think it would

have been good to have some spirochete killing

substance in the body to get those migrating

pathogens. Our situation was unique to us so I am

not saying that the response will be that way for

everyone. I'm am grateful for this forum

and the information people share. We WILL

outsmart this. Now if I could just juice

up my brain to remember all of the info. It is

overwhelming.

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yes, hard to remember everything.

I still cannot get organized enough to sort through it all

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Be thankful in all things- even difficult times and sickness and trials - because there is something GOOD to be seen

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Standing in a boat... I'll second babesia. This is the bug that's seemingly causing most of my problems. All of which get worse with sugar/carbs. As long as I keep my carbs very low I don't get this odd sort of vertigo.

And yes, garlic is one of the few things to actually cause me a herx, mind you that's for borrelia. I do find though that garlic combined with almost any decent babesia therapy significanty dampens my babesia symptoms.

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Agree, standing on a boat babesia.

All of the other symptoms could be lyme or bart and/or babesia. They represent all three tick borne infections.

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