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cawpo
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Please help!

Has any one tried IV ozone? Good or bad results?

Any one use Dr. C in DE?

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Sorry. Haven't tried it and don't remember many reports from people who did it and then made comments about it.

Perhaps go to this youtube broadcast (My Lyme Data) and check what others have said about various alternative treatments.

Certainly watch the entire program or you can go to minute 23:00 and watch for the charts Lorraine Johnson presents on the various treatments and how successful they were, how many side effects, etc.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VegR2RxAdAQ

Hope that helps!

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Thank you.
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I have had a total of 20 Ozone UVL treatments. It seemed to work okay to hit the bacteria in the blood. I did not find it curative. My opinion is that it might be a good complimentary treatment. Out of all the treatments from two different clinics, I only had one time where I felt much better and that only lasted for about 10 hours,

We also have tried UVL Rx. My son has had over 26 treatments (15) last spring. It got him through a semester of college. He would feel and think much better for about 5 or 6 days. He could think better and stay focused on this classes. However this was his second set of treatments and does not seem like he was gaining on the infection.

He got his UVL Rx treatment and then a sauna right after it. After the sauna he felt much better. His intern assignment is not near any UVL practitioners so he is on the Buhner protocol along with garlic and C Silver.

At $170 for the Ozone UVL and over $200 we gave it a good try but decided to consider other therapies after his internship is over.

Neither my son nor I experience any negative issues from getting the treatment. The one thing the UVL Rx company said is that they thought you need twice a week treatment. That could be true but we could not afford that and college simultaneously!

However we also did not find anyone that was actually cured. We did talk with some patients that were successful in using the UVL Rx or treating candida.

All the Best,

MattH

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