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Rumigirl
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While googling for what abx for Bart crosses the blood brain barrier today, I came upon this site:
Lyme Morgellon's

(I believe Mycobutin does).

This information and protocol the guy came up with seems very well researched. I'm curious if anyone has ever heard of anything like this. The guy actually had posted on LymenetEurope, so I should post there, too, I guess.

I don't usually go for new, all natural protocols from someone I've never heard of before, but he makes a lot of sense.

Any reactions?

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I think this protocol makes sense as well. We are following Buhner - full Bartonella protocol with some babesia herbs added in and are doing extremely well. However, detoxing isn't really addressed and I have had to add a few of my own detox supplements (lemon, cilantro, DE, psyllium, probiotics). Don seems to have posted a pretty good detox smoothie recipe.

This guy posted on HealingWell for a while but was booted for being too aggressive in promoting his own protocol. It did sound like he made a nice recovery using it though.

If we had not made the improvements I had hoped for with Buhner's herbs, I would have certainly given some of the LymeMorgellon's a try.

There were a couple others following LymeMorgellons but they haven't posted in ages. It sounded as if they were seeing improvement on the protocol, but I don't remember any mention of a full recovery.

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13 yo DX PANS/Tourette's/Asperger's/ADHD treated for Igenex positive bartonella/IND lyme with 2 years of abx treatment. Weaned off abx April 2013 at 80% improvement. Continuing with Buhner bartonella/babesia protocols. Aug 2014 99% improvement.

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