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This is what I learned during my journey to wellness:
OSTEOMYELITIS Osteomyelitis of the bone marrow, may be acute (short term, produces pus) or chronic (long term, minimal pus produced). Usually refers to marrow infection, but could be due to trauma, etc.
NICO (Neuralgia-Inducing Cavitational Osteonecrosis) The painful version of ischemic osteonecrosis of the jaws; the pain is often like a facial neuralgia. Cavitation refers to the very unique aspect of bone marrow "dry rot," the production of hollow spaces, often quite large.
NICO Lesion Neuralgia-inducing cavitational osteonecrosis, akin to osteomyelitis; a term often associated with jaw bone pathology.
The microbes move into the "contaminated" area and survive until dental infections are dealt with. Mercury depots, root canals, all are part of the problems.
Hope yours are minor and that you do not have any root canals (dead tooth producing toxins -mercaptans, thioethers).
You need a cavitat scan. It's like a ultra sound for your mouth.
I had one done in Ohio by a great Dr. PM me if want any info.
-------------------- Bart Henslea 1976 Fibro/CFS/arthritis 2004 Lyme diagnosed 2007 3 1/2 years treatment with oral combos, Cowden, IV roc. BW herbs. Off all abx in 12/10. Feeling good. Posts: 647 | From NY | Registered: Dec 2007
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If you are dx with osteo and decide to a hyperbaric facility do not mention lyme as a cause... now that they will chart it and the insurance carrier will use it as an excuse to deny the coverage when they reveiw it.
-------------------- Please consult your LLMD before making any changes to your treatment regimen. Posts: 641 | From NJ, USA | Registered: Oct 2001
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