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tickalert
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I currently have a DT Enem and was wondering if those who rife are currently taking abx?

My understanding is rife doesn't work as well with abx.

My LLMD said my lyme is in cyst form and wants to add Doxy and Tindamax.

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When you are off abx, the spirochetes come out of hiding... making them very susceptible to the rife zaps.

So for that reason, it makes it easier for the rife therapy to work more efficiently.

Be sure to get a copy of Bryan Rosner's book on Lyme and Rife Machines.

www.lymebook.com

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I did abx and rifed together for almost a year with no negative side effects. I've now weaned to just rife.
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Tickalert --
It is interesting that you post this question. I have a DT EMEM as well.

I have been rifing for a couple of months. In the beginning I was on a monotherapy protocol. I was having good herxs.

In the past 2 weeks I started a different tx protocol which includes mepron, zith, flagyl. I have noticed that I haven't been herxing like I used to. I am wondering if it has to do with the abx I am on.

If you read Bryan Rosners book, he explains why abx and rife don't work together. BUT if you read our Support Thread you will see that many people are seeing success while on abx & rife.

Not sure if I answered your question, my brain fog is bad today [Smile]

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To each his own with this one.
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