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bcb1200
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SOrry I'm posting so much lately. Just trying to make sense of the way I feel.

Most of the symptoms I have been having for the past 10 weeks are ones that I've had before.

One big flare up was back in 2012 when I did the Hulda Clark parasite herbs of black walnut, Wormwood, and clove.

You can read about it here:
http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/1/119212

When I started this, I had a near immediate reaction. Foggy, fatigue, headache, jaw pain, top of head pressure, increased twitching, sweats, more floaters, back of head pain, etc.

Nearly identical to what I have now, other than the brain stuff WENT AWAY after 3-4 days and everything else calmed down after a week or so.

Just wondering what is the cuase. Is it parasites? Can Hulda hit proto/babs? Seems likely. Wormwood is Artemisia which is antiprotozoan.

What about Bartonella? A-Bart has cloves in it.

I know I'm overanalyzing...but I want to feel better and any info is useful.

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2/10 symptoms began
5/10 dx'd, after 3 months numerous test and doctors

IgM Igenex +/CDC +
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Currently on:

Currently at around 80% +/- most days.

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Artemisia and cloves hit lots of different parasites, fungal forms and loads of bacteria. Clove essential oil is highly antibacterial in fact. So with these herbs you never know what you are hitting.
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Wormwood is a different form of artemisia than is used for babesia treatment.

What are you doing now that's causing the same reaction? Sorry, I remember you mentioning it to me, but I can't remember what you said ...

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Dr s book says clove can hit bart ..i hope you figure it out bcb1200...did art lady help?...i was all trusting this practioner then i read buhners take .

.essentially if we are bugs and bugs have taken us then who is really doing the testing? Parasites didnt show til i hit em with iver...he said i have rmsf ,myco and b.l.o. with bb and cmv ..

.what to do? Blood says hh6 cpn and ebv may have there part.too..dr k says biggest to smallest..

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Six. I wasn't doing anything.

I was feeling really good in Sept Oct on Rifampin / Doxy but then started to have moments of feeling off in Nov / Dec

Thought it was the drugs so I stopped them before Christmas. And had a huge flare relapse after stopping (although to be fair my flare started before stopping drugs)

Ever since then I've been trying to claw myself back to where I was. Rifampin and Mino haven't helped this time.

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2/10 symptoms began
5/10 dx'd, after 3 months numerous test and doctors

IgM Igenex +/CDC +
+ 23/25, 30, 31, 34, 41, 83/93

Currently on:

Currently at around 80% +/- most days.

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It's so hard to say what it is then. Those are such systemic symptoms, it could be a flare, it could be your own body getting stronger and killing it off (if say, you're exercising, eating better, etc., it wouldn't do that without some kind of change).

Then again, maybe it's a sign to do more parasite treatment.

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