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lymewreck36
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http://www.lymediseasemexico.com/clinic-lyme-disease-mexico.html


Feedback please. I'm considering this. I've tried everything on the planet, and babesia is winning the battle and wiping me out.

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lymewreck36
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18 years of Babesia

Seen many llmds
Done every medication, herb, and infusions
Done hyperthermia
Done IVIG

Diagnoses:
Lyme
Babesia
Mycoplasma
Ebstein Bar (sp?)
Primary MGUS of Undetermined Significance
Mast Cell Activation Syndrome
Low total IgG and elevated IgM
Hashimotos
.........

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Lymetoo
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I used to love going to Mexico. No more for me.

With MCAS, you would have to be very careful. Have you been properly treated for it?

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Ok. Big why? Please explain!
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I go to Mexico once a year for DMSO IV Therapy and it's been life changing for me. I'm leaving to go again for my 5th trip Oct. 22-24, 2018. My LLMD in MO (one of the best LLLMD) in country says that many of his patients have done great with DMSO IV therapy.. and gives it 2 thumbs up. Not sure what you're going to Mexico for.. but not all places in Mexico are bad..


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I used to love going to Mexico. No more for me.

With MCAS, you would have to be very careful. Have you been properly treated for it?


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quote:
Originally posted by lymewreck36:
Ok. Big why? Please explain!

Because it could flare it up BIG TIME.

Get treated for MCAS and THEN see how you feel. You could be barking up the wrong tree.

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Your link doesn't work

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true

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