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Jonesy55
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Hi - i just wanted to share I am 12 weeks out from going to klinik st georg and haven’t seen any real improvements and am perhaps not as good as before I went. I did meet a couple people there that were back for repeat visits. I will say the hyperthermia procedure itself seemed intimidating but it went fine. Overall the experience was fine. I just wish it would have had a more profound effect.
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[group hug]

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Opinions, not medical advice!

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keikko
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Hi Jonesy55.

Nice to read your update. I have been curious about this Klinik for a while. Im sorry your not getting the results you had hoped for yet. I have heard that it can take a while, maybe even several months so I hope things turn around for you.
Keep us updated.
I know its hard to do a treatment and not having it work out the way you had hoped. I'm crossing my fingers for you that you start to improve. [Smile]

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Jonesy55
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Thanks keikko. Do you know of others that only saw improvement months later?
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I may (will) start disulfiram next week. I was in remission for most of 5 years and believe the Covid vaccine screwed me up.
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Oh no, thats no good. I'm sorry to hear that about the vaccine and being in remission prior to that. Geez! That's rough.
Yes, I do know someone and It took her around 4 months before she started to feel better.

I have not tried disulfiram but had another friend and this medication changed his life. So I hope it helps. [Smile]

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lymewreck36
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I did hyperthermia treatments in Zurich when I lived in Switzerland. 10 treatments, 2 days a week for five weeks.

I have never been so detoxed in my life. They encouraged doxy while in the chamber and also ran a 1 gram vitamin C I.V. while you were in the chamber.

It also got rid of toe fungus and my skin looked beautiful!

But did not cure me. That is not to say it is not a helpful augment to any treatment you are undergoing. My situation is not anyone else's

Just letting you know I did this, one experience among many. I don't regret it. It cost a fortune.

I also did biophotons in Germany. Huge herxes, but treatment was interrupted and we moved back to the U.S.

Best of luck to you in all your efforts.

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Jonesy55
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I think i can confidently say hyperthermia did not work for me. And of the 2 people I’ve kept in contact with only 1 saw improvement.
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Garz
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thanks for posting your experiences - always interesting to read

for those interested in hyperthermia

as far as i can gather there are several forms
so its probably helpful to understand which when evaluating them

1, single session hyperthermia - at very high body temp for - near the upper limit of safe - under general anaesthetic.

2, as above but with antibiotics combined

3, multiple session hyperthermia - at much lower body temps - well below the safe limit - given over course of several weeks - anaesthetic not required

4, as per 3 - but combined with other therapies - IV drips, antibiotics etc

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