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Charles12
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Are your shins instantly painful to touch? Or do you need to apply some pressure?
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For my daughter and me, our shins hurt without touching or pressure. For her, they were so painful she could only walk a couple of blocks before having to stop. At their worse, she could barely walk and had to soak them in a tall waste basket filled with ice water. Epsom salt baths also helped her after she started antibiotics.
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Thank you
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For me it was all long bones in arms and legs. Most days the pain was consistent on both sides, whether walking or at rest.

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In my case you have to press it in. Do you know what co-infection this is from?
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My Bart shin pain is in the bones not so much skin.
But my veins go OVER my shin bones. Not attractive.

And sometimes if I jiggle my foot, I can feel my tendons bouncing around like rubber bands. Weird. Never took flox's.

A well-know LLMD told the story of a Bartonella patient who was on a 3 antibiotic protocol. The LLMD decided to switch up the protocol with 2 new meds. The patient got confused with the new protocol and accidentally took old protocol meds with the news protocol meds.

A month later the patient reported "I am so much better!"

What would be considered an aggressive treatment turned out to be an appropriate treatment.

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That’s a good story, and illustrates a common problem.

Being conservative is practicing good medicine. But for treatment failures, individuals who aren’t getting well, it just leads to extended illness and drug resistance.

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My daughter was treated aggressively by a well-known bartonella LLMD but only got to the point where she could walk 4 blocks due to pain. I added in the full Buhner protocol for bartonella and two months later she walked all day at the Washington DC 4th of July celebration - pain free! Her LLMD would never acknowledge that it was the Buhner herbs that got her walking again.
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That's a good plug for the Buhner herbs - thx, and congrats!
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