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ilovedogs
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Hi all
When treating relapse-does treatment take as long as the first time around?

Thank you-struggling with herx at the moment

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No, not usually.

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If you started fast after relapsing, I think it is usually faster.

But sometimes, it may take as much as chronic lyme...

I guess there is a combination of problems, and depending on that combination (which infection are you fighting) and on your treatment strategy, things can go faster or slower.

I now use photons + nosodes. They usually put Borrelia dormant since the same day (in a relapse, I mean).

Before I knew photons, I sometimes could feel better rather fast after a relapse, but sometimes, not...

Are you taking binders with A-bart? I hope so.

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Thanks for the replies. What binders do u recommend?
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Her post on this thread will tell you the binders she recommends:

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=3;t=036611;p=0#000007

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Thanks TF!
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