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I've been having more jaw pain the past few weeks and wondering if using Rife will help with that type pain.

I've been off abx for several months now, but I'm feeling more jaw pain these past several weeks.

I know, I know, I should see one of those expensive dentists, and I may have to do that. Dr. C recommended I do that for an ultrasound, I think that's what he said, but $$$$ has put that on hold for now.

In the meantime, will Rife help that? Mine is on order and should be here in July sometime.

Skyking...anyone...

Thanks.

lifeline

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I use mine for treating cavitations once in awhile, probably not as often as Dr. C would recommend. I had the ultrasound done that showed cavitations in all four quadrants where my wisdom teeth were removed.

He also recommended that I order the book, "Root Canal Cover-Up" by George Meinig, to learn what pathogens reside in these cavitations, so I could more effectively target them with rife. I just received the book from Amazon yesterday, and have not yet had a chance to read about it.

He did tell me to use the frequencies for strep (various strains), staph, and any other "dental" related numbers I could find.

I have not felt anything when using the machine with these frequencies; however, one time I was using the FScan2 to treat some Lyme frequencies, I felt shooting pain in my lower jaw that later went away, so I guess there's something there. I have had trouble with that area previously.


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notimetowork,

Thanks for posting this information, and thanks for mentioning the book Dr. C recommended. I will also order it.

Do you mind me asking how much it was for your dental cavitation appt?

I'm happy to know that there are frequencies that can be used for that. Does that mean that maybe, we won't have to have the work done at a dental office and can, hopefully, depend on Rife?

I know so little about cavitations but suspect I have some problem with that even though I have no amalgam fillings. I did have all my wisdom teeth removed many years ago.

What is an FScan2? Is that your Rife machine? I ordered an EMEM5A and I'm anxious to try it.

Are you having the surgery to clean out the cavitations or depending on your Rife?

Thanks for your response.

lifeline


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lifeline,

My cavitation ultrasound was $300, and none of it was covered by insurance. I also had the rest of my amalgam fillings and crowns replaced by this dentist, and it wasn't cheap either.

He was reluctant to do any surgery on me since I am not "ill" from them, although Dr. C feels like it is probably still an issue. Hence, the rife recommendation. He felt like I needed to do something.

The dentist said it is a pretty involved surgery, expensive, invasive, not fun to heal from, and that he felt it was unnecessary at this time. I'm not sure I would have done it at this time either, since I'm not symptomatic. I'm just going to continue to treat it with rife, unless my situation changes.

The FScan2 is a contact type of rife machine that has a scan function that will determine exact frequencies. I just got it about a month ago, and so far am impressed. I've had good luck treating Lyme freqs, also the strep/staph stuff, some parasites, and just today began to zap a cold I am trying to come down with.


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notime2work,

Thanks very much for your help. I will email you privately.

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