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Rumigirl
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I need to know Dr. K's parasite protocols via PM, even if you only know part of it. Or even if you a doing it somewhat differently. Or it was from a different source. Or a link.

I have a huge new health challenge on top of what I already had (breast cancer!!!), and feel this is really important for that and the TBD's. I need to get a move on with it. I am hoping that my LLMD will rx them in the way that they ideally would be rx'd.

He does use them, but not in the dosages, treatment lengths, or comprehensiveness that I've heard is ideal. Or I might have to find a different practitioner. But LLND's, or chiro's that do his work in my area can't rx meds in my state. (Well, that issue may be for Find a Doctor).

Thank you!

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http://www.klinghardtacademy.com/Protocols/
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Good luck with the treatment, Rumigirl x
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Thank you Jordana and ukcarry!

Now I just need to be superwoman, which I no longer am physically!! But onward & upward.

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You are taking a positive attitude though which can get you far.

I hesitate to suggest anything, but have you looked into biomagnetic pair therapy? I have been hearing recently of several people with Lyme who have found this very helpful and it is also supposed to be able to help with tumours and cancers. It sounds a bit iffy, but a friend has been reporting the great successes of a friend of hers with Lyme. Apparently Dr H refers some of his patients (for Lyme) to a practitioner in US and a second in Ireland.

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Carry,

I thought I'd heard of everything--ha--I haven't heard of that. I'll look into it. I have been a Natural Health Care practitioner myself for decades and have taught people how to eliminate cancer naturally

with diet, detox, pancreatic enzymes, etc. I worked with Dr. William Kelley for years. So I feel like I know what to do.

BUT, I have taken such huge hits from TBD's, which I've had all my life (in retrospect) with uncountable known tick bites ever since I was tiny. Which developed into multiple autoimmune disorders with lots of damage everywhere.

And in recent years, falls, huge injury & surgery, developing into Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy with intractable nerve pain in multiple places.

Sooo, I am not playing with a full deck of cards anymore. However . . . somehow I will get through. But I have to say sometimes, like last night and today earlier, I feel shattered.

You know how they say God doesn't give you more than you can handle? Well, I beg to differ! But my osteopath today told me that Mother Theresa said, "I wish he didn't think I could handle so
much!"

(This should all be in a different thread, not just about parasite protocols).

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You are doing really well to have the resilience you have given all you have faced. I totally understand about the feeling shattered : over many years of illness and going down cul de sacs trying to help myself, I have certainly had times when I just can't face any more.

I am glad that you have a wide knowledge and the skills to help yourself with this new challenge and wish you all the best.

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quote:
Originally posted by ukcarry:
You are taking a positive attitude though which can get you far.

I hesitate to suggest anything, but have you looked into biomagnetic pair therapy? I have been hearing recently of several people with Lyme who have found this very helpful and it is also supposed to be able to help with tumours and cancers. It sounds a bit iffy, but a friend has been reporting the great successes of a friend of hers with Lyme. Apparently Dr H refers some of his patients (for Lyme) to a practitioner in US and a second in Ireland.

Carry, I looked up about Biomagnetism Pair therapy and was quite interested! It sounds great. I called a place where the person who does it work (an expensive alternatie doctor's office, where they also treat Lyme).

But they said it was $400 for each 90 minute treatment!! Yikes! It better be good at the cost. So I emailed the guy, who also works in another state, which would be a trek, but surely much cheaper. I have a lot of questions though.

Who wouldn't want a miracle cure in my shoes (and many here)?

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Rumigirl, I am glad that you followed it up. $400 is quite a lot more expensive than the practitioners in UK that I have been looking at. Complex illnesses are likely to require far more sesssions than one or two; the friend of my friend has had 9 over a period of 4 months and is not cured (of many years of Lyme and co), but is apparently seeing big improvements: time will tell.

Yes, I think you are right to ask lots of questions: I certainly will if I go ahead with it! Good luck anyway.

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Thanks for mentioning Biomagnetic pair!
I have been googling that, and many do say they treat Lyme. But it takes several visits because of the number of co-infections.

Here is an interesting website , the practitioner explains why it takes several visits. And why students who want to learn from her, must take some other basic courses first.

http://www.joan-randall.com/lyme-magnetic-protocol-therapy/

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