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LymeLaura
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We just found a wonderful llmd here in Maryland, but we will be moving to Kentucky in the Spring.

She requires monthly visits, which might be very difficult. If she does not change her policy for us (every other month is doable), I understand Dr. C in MO requires only two visits a year.

My question is, how does Dr. C's protocol work. We went through a two year treatment with a well respected llmd, saw great improvement for a year and then reached a plateau (my daughter actually regressed).

We also didn't feel the old llmd took into account that we had to be able to work and live without constant massive herxes and reactions to medications.

Don't get me wrong. I know that herxes are part of the treatment, but I'm talking about enough to put you in bed for several weeks.


Is Dr. C responsive to your needs and able to adapt his protocol to your energy requirements?

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Lymetoo
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quote:
Originally posted by LymeLaura:
Is Dr. C responsive to your needs and able to adapt his protocol to your energy requirements?

YEP! He doesn't believe in severe herxes anyway. Slow and steady wins the race!

Feel free to PM me.

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I have only seen Dr. C once( I live 7 hours away from him), but I found him very open to treatments that would fit my lifestyle. He gave his blessing to rife when I brought it up and the vitamin C/salt protocol.

He then wrote prescriptions for antibiotics which are good for a year in case I wanted to go that route.

He tends to throw a lot of information at you at once which is overwhelming, but he listens well and adapts the protocol to you personally. For example, when he found out that I work outside a lot in the summer and fall, he did not prescribe doxycline which is what he normally starts with.

Anyway, I recommend giving him a try. Hiker

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LymeLaura
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Thank you for all your answers. I feel much better having a back-up plan, just in case.

Laura

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I would recommend Dr C to anyone needing a LLMD. He tried many different abx with me, after my own GP tried many combos for 2+ yrs. I ended by going to rife machine after 3 1/2 yrs of abx failure.

Dr C realizes that some people fail to get well with abx and he supports many alternative things to help them achieve their health again.

I'm in KY and Missouri is where I'd suggest you go. Lymetoo is right, he doesn't believe in being so toxic from abx that you are non-functioning.

He's very patient friendly and I've seen posts from others that take their children to him.

Take care, Pam

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My sons (age 15 & 19) are patients of Dr. C. We are very happy with him.

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