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WPinVA
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http://www.wmdt.com/ttbc/34154710

I thought I'd heard of all the different treatments by this point, but ozone therapy is new to me. Anyone tried it?

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Yes, do a search of the archives. I know someone has tried it .. for her daughter. Her name escapes me right now.

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I know that mjoey (I think that was his screen name), tried it. He had more than only lyme though. His lyme went dormant, if I remember well, with the photon therapy.

I think, if my memory was good, he did ozone insufflation to get rid of other things than lyme, due to persistent chronic fatigue and other symptoms.

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I did direct IV ozone for 2 months...loved it. Could feel it starting to help, then my LLNP took a job in FL and moved so i bought a machine. I'm now making ozone water, and doing daily insufflations.

I bought one from here...

www.plasmafire.com

because it came with a lifetime warranty and he is so helpful when it comes to learining how to use the machine.

If you would like me to email you a short book on ozone from this Dr. PM me your email.

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I did ozone iv for 5 weeks wiht Dr. W. in Germany. I can't say that it changed something for me. Maybe it was not enough. Photon treatment got rid of many infections.
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I did IV ozone for a few months with mild improvement. After that I did insufflations and ozone sauna but I couldn't stand the rashes (ozone treatment on the skin can give some terrible rashes). I would still be doing sauna treatments if the skin irritations weren't so bad (I could barely sleep due to weeping, itchy skin).
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Ozone skin rash is exactly what person looks for in treating lyme. I dont have them...

But it means the treatment is working and the rashes will subside when infection is cleared, I saw this in two cases

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