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BOEJR
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Hi

Has anyone here used the salt C protocol for pediatrics? There is a nice lady on lyme aid that is seeking anyone who has tried it. I do not recommend it because the child weighs only 25 lbs and looses alot of fluid to drooling...

Let me know and I will forward the responses.

Kind Regards,

Julia

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GiGi
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I would say - no, no, no. Recommend she read up on Austic children treatments and find a doctor who is doing this work with children.

Wishing all well.

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BOEJR
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Thanks GiGi,

I know that she is treating her with an autism protocol now that this was the initial Dx.

Blessings,

Julia

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Totally agree with GiGi. Has this child been checked for parasites as well? I know babies drool, but if it is in excess, it can be a symptom of parasites. Has this baby been dx with Lyme?

Sending healing thoughts for this child,

Gael

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Yes, the mom and daughter are both lyme positive,,

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Google in search bar here...

worms in diaper

shows parasites in 5 month olds diaper...just to be aware of the possibility

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Thanks folks,

I will forward the information and thoughts : )

Julia

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