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SacredHeart
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Went to the neuro yesterday. I didn't realize I couldn't feel much of anything in the lower parts of my arms and legs until she did the scratch test.


Apparently I don't feel much of anything until mid point of my thighs, and the mid point of my arms. Also, a spot on my spine is blank of feeling.


She said she was worried because of the spine. So I have some MMR's scheduled, along with several other not so much fun tests. If I have any lesions, or white matter my LLMD is going to start IV.

Anyone else have this experience?

[ 01-13-2016, 01:54 PM: Message edited by: SacredHeart ]

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Judie
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Some meds can cause this like cipro, levaquin and tinidazole. The problems can occur after you stop taking the drugs.

Lyme causes a lot of nerve stuff too.

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SacredHeart
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Before I started antibiotics i knew I had lost some feeling from my LLMD's initial evaluation. I guess the MRI will tell the story if there is one,

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Your neruopathy ** might** be a reaction to Lyme neurotoxins and/or metals buildup in your body--first try detoxifiers such as Licorice root(helps me), sarsaparilla(helps me), burdock root(helps me), fenugreek, burbur, parsley, ginger, Horsetail tea(aluminum detox) cilantro+chlorella, and at least one liter of Silica-rich bottled water per day (best two brands are Volvic and Fiji.)

Silica rich water like Fji or Volvic--- will detoxify metals such as aluminum if you drink at least one litre per day over 5 weeks.

Personally, I have noticed a big difference with Burdock root tincture-- my tingling is pretty much gone after doing Burdock drops. I recently had a tingling reaction to a long term course of Olive Leaf extract. Previously, I had a several months tingling reaction (neuropathy) to a Tetanus booster--- it is filled with aluminum!! Burdock, Fiji water, Chlorella + Cilantro, and or Horsetail tea--- all take out aluminum..

Also, chemtrails have been proven to contain massive amounts of nano-aluminum chaff, which our best air filters cannot filter out because it is so tiny. It also gets in the rainwater. I don't even know if reverse osmosis can filter it out. You will never hear about this in the Mockingbird press! We are basically being poisoned with aluminum by a fifth column within our own taxpayer funded Air Force. Why? I have no ideal!!

Aluminum is most toxic when magnesium is low-- so the best we can do is take magnesium, and chelate aluminum and nano-aluminum.

A good overall mineral supplement can also detoxify--- since if you are deficient, then heavy metals will be taken up by your cells instead of the good minerals.

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SacredHeart
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Thanks for all of the information WakeUp!!!

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