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I have it all.

Where do i begin. I am postive for MRSA in nose and throat. My baby has MRSA in nose and throat.

I was diagnosed with Latent TB which they won't do anything about here in europe. and Lyme i haven't treated because no treatment available.

I went to Dr. W in Germany and spent all of my savings and came back home with none improvement what so ever and maybe even worst. This was last year.

my eyesight is getting darker and darker in evenings to a point i get blind for few seconds.

My brain feels like its infected with bugs in it all the time.

what is next....i can't even focus on my kid.

life is misery for now

May God Bless you, answer your prayers, relieve you of your pain and make you stronger than what you are today. Ameen.

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If you are in Europe I would check into phage therapy if I were you.
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Sonee, I am sorry to hear your situation.

If youre experiencing blindness, even for a few seconds, you must see a doctor urgently for that. If you have done so, and been ignored, I would seek a second opinion.

Even if you can only see a non-Lyme-literate doctor, you should still see one, as they may be able to diagnose the condition even without understanding the cause. Also, it may be unrelated to Lyme.

Re TB, may I ask, where in Europe are you? Here is the official NHS position on latent TB in Britain. If you were here, even as a tourist, you would be entitled to treatment under the reciprocal agreements for EU citizens.

"Latent TB is when you have been infected with the TB bacteria, but do not have any symptoms of active disease. Treatment for latent TB is usually recommended for anyone aged 65 or under.

However, the antibiotics used to treat TB can cause liver damage in older adults, so treatment for people with latent TB aged 35-65 isn’t recommended if this is a concern.

Latent TB is also not always treated if it's thought to be drug-resistant. If this is the case, you may be regularly monitored to check the infection does not become active.

In some cases, testing and treatment for latent TB may be recommended for people who require treatment that will weaken their immune system, such as long-term corticosteroids, chemotherapy or TNF inhibitors. This is because there is a risk of the infection becoming active.

Treatment for latent TB generally involves either taking a combination of rifampicin and isoniazid for three months, or isoniazid on its own for six months."

If your baby is otherwise healthy, you don't necessarily need to be alarmed that he/she has mrsa in the nose and throat.

The fact that it is "colonising" those tissues is not the same as causing an infection in those tissues. Just continue your usual attention to strict hygiene with your baby, and contact doctors early if your baby does get any type of illness or has an open wound.

As for Lyme, getting access to treatment for it in the UK is pretty hopeless, so I definitely would not recommend coming here for that.


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What a disappointment, I'm sorry.

I've been finding a lot of comfort in all of the Buhner herbs. I know I am at the moment not doing enough to handle my infections completely but what the herbs are doing is giving me some relief and some mental clarity so that I can think about what to do next.

His protocols may not work to clear Lyme completely but they do bring symptomatic relief and in my experience make you feel like a person and also like you are doing something about your problem.

Buhner has protocols for Lyme, all coinfections, and a remedy for MRSA on his website.

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Manuka honey packs....


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Sonee, parasite treatment has helped my eyes. I'm convinced they and lyme are responsible for vision issues. Treating parasites has also helped my heart, ears, sinuses and cognitive issues, not to mention lyme and babs. All improved with parasite treatment, not the usual abx.

Parasites are a big road block for lyme patients. I think some may treat and think if they don't see anything they don't have them. Wrong. They are not easy to get rid of and hide even from the meds. Visit the PARASITE WARRIOR'S THREAD. Lots of info there.

[ 02-22-2016, 11:52 PM: Message edited by: Catgirl ]

--Keep an open mind about everything. Also, remember to visit ACTIVISM (we can change things together).

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Here is the link for the "Parasite Warriors Support Thread":;f=1;t=122300;p=0

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