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6Hypnone
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One of the several nerve things I have. Anyone found anything that helped? Was reading, and heard from someone who didn't have Lyme (that she knew of) that said boswelia (sp?) helped hers. I haven't tried it yet. Temped to tho.
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Bartonella treatment helped mine disappear. I had them in my neck and behind my left eye.

(The electrical shocks were actually my clue that I was dealing with a tick borne disease. Shooting eye pains are either horrible things like brain tumors or horrible things like tick borne diseases, so I asked to get that checked out first.)

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Dealing with that now those electric shocks like a bug zapper zapping you
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I found out and tested it out
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When those electric shocks / pins and needles started
A small glass of orange juice took those pains away, right away!
It had to be natural orangic with the pulp OJ
That fake orange juice doesn't work
Odwalla OJ was a good brand

No lie for me it worked
It took like 15 min to start working and lasted for awhile
Til next dose of OJ at nighttime

I don't know try it out and see if it works for you

I also get cramps aswell in my feet and banana work and fishoils pills

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Hi there thanks for any info
Or if I could help in any way
Let me know

Angie

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Google ..."what vitamins does Lyme disease depleted you of"

And you will see vitamin c is there
It's actually one of the biggest to be depleted

Aswell as a ton of other important vitamins your nerves need to work correctly

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.i noticed a difference
I'm not healed
But if you replace all the vitamins the Lyme bugs eat up
It takes down the pain levels a lot

Hope this helps

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Hi there thanks for any info
Or if I could help in any way
Let me know

Angie

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So you think it's more something the the bugs are depleting you of? Rather than, say, the bugs eating away at myelin?
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They attack everything

I think it's both

Also it has to do with the co infection that came with the Lyme
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Each co infection does something else
What co infection are you dealing with ?
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It's a terrible disease this Lyme and co infection
I will never step foot in any forest or anything ever again , no way!
Unfortunately I'm surrounded by redwood trees here [bonk]

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Hi there thanks for any info
Or if I could help in any way
Let me know

Angie

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I'm no hippy trippy dippy
Really
I just want to be painfree or lessen the pain in my life
Geez [Cool] Please

But if your get vitamin supplements, make sure they are non gmo
Which if they are , they more then likely will also be ..gluten free , dairy free, etc etc
Which is important for Lyme diet


Amazon has a ton
Just search "whatever vitamin non gmo'

Just trying to help
Hope this helps

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Hi there thanks for any info
Or if I could help in any way
Let me know

Angie

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I'm not sure what other infections I have. My LL says testing for them is not realistic since they cost so much and are not nec correct. So she's treating them all (so she says).
I try to buy the highest qual. supps i can.
I am low in vit B6, not sure about C yet.
Your area sounds beautiful nonetheless!

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"Reduced MSH can decrease pituitary production of antidiuretic hormone (ADH) which can lead to thirst, frequent urination, neurally-mediated hypotension (NMH), low blood volume, and electric shocks from static electricity"

http://www.survivingmold.com/diagnosis/the-biotoxin-pathway

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My daughter was having that lately.

She no longer has lyme (last 8 years lyme free)

She's having low iron levels due to heavy periods, and then catching colds, etc

She also got low blood pressure on and off, and these electrical feelings came together, she says.

I bought a protection against EMR for her. She had been so pale, and weak, I was wondering what was wrong...

So besides her iron, magnesium, selenium, zinc supplementation, etc she added that EMR pendant.

From almost a day to another, all electrical feelings disappeared.

Her pale face turned less pale after 24 hours.

A couple of days later, she's fine again.
Today she's been cayaking for 4 hours!

Tt's been about a week since she started wearing these pendants, and she's fine, so far the shocks are gone.

And she looks so much better.

I wonder if some do not get those shocks from EMRs too, together with depletion of minerals...

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I used to have what I called "electric chills" in my early stages of lyme (many years ago).. In fact that lead to my first diagnosis. My doctor referred to them as the "creepy crawlers". I still get some burning sensations in my arms, but for the most part the "electric chills" have been eliminated.

When I experienced them at such a high degree, that was an indication I was extremely ill with lyme disease. Now, after many years of effective-but unfortunately not curative-antibiotic regimens, with naturals always added in, I experience these type sensations at a much lower level, sometimes going a few days without any type of "electrical" sensations.

So I am wondering if what you are describing is what I experienced when I was very ill. And if its the same, then this might indicate your are being undertreated.

By the way, no matter how hard I have tried and hoped that an all natural regimen would work for me, that has never been so. I always need antibiotics as part of my regimen. And over the years, as I have tried many regimens, I have been greatly helped by the antibiotics. So I must always stay on antibiotics.

I hoped this has helped.

Try to keep smiling through all the pain.

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What are emr 's?
Not sure if mine could be described as crawlers--I get electrical pricks, burning, pain, and even shocks.

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Electromagnetic radiation (EMR)

Here is an ad for the pendants:

http://www.earthcalm.com/emf-protection-pendants-bracelets

We usually call it emf--electro-magnetic field protection

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TF, do you use any of these pendants?

Do you think they help somehow with the 'electric feelings'?

Thanks!

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I never used these pendants; I never even knew they existed.

I got Burrascano-type treatment when I was ill (12 1/2 years ago). That's what worked for me.

I tried cranio-sacral therapy, but it didn't do anything for my trigeminal neuralgia (electric shocks to the face).

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I just read my older message above, about my daughter who used to have electric shock-feelings in July.

I had even forgotten about it.

They are totally gone, she never mentions it any more.

The pendant she is wearing are not the same as in TF link.

They come from Vital Force, so to say...
I mean, they were custom made for her, by Vital Force.

Funny to say that whatever was causing her these shocks, electrsomog or some imbalance... they look gone.

she did not have lyme then, and does not have lyme now.

So it might have been indeed the electrosmog or anything on that sense causing shock feelings.

The pendant has basically Schumann Resonances and she says, it feels very calm.

She rarely takes the pendant off her neck, day and night.

Me too.

Maybe remembering about Schumann resonances calms the ANS? a bit like grounding does?

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OK, so I was searching "trigeminal neuralgia" on this site and this thread was the first thing that popped up!

I have been increasing with the "nerve shocks" over some time, but have noticed even more in the last coupld of weeks. just found out today that the electric co. changed my meter out back to a pulsating one! and so

this may be why the increase? BUT.... also today I am havin gthe worste trigeminal neuralgia episode in my face. it is such severe pain that Im so afraid it will return, but....
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at same time I am having tons and tons of the electric shocks (neuropathies I've always called them) all over my body. I mean everywhere. and at times it is so intense it feels like liquid ice is dripping down my skin.

the other clincher is- I had an MRI this morning. I googled MRI and EMR and is does have RF pulsing which is electromagnetic wave. so now what???/

I cannot bare this pain of trigeminal neuralgia. it is every time I chew. and it goes all over my face and I feel the nerves flashing into ever tooth on the right wide of my face.

do I need to see a neorologist???? what if I have a tumor or something? I know it says people with lyme or MS can get this , but why does everything I have so hard to get help for??? fed up
( I am going to post this seperate also in hopes more people can see and offer help)

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