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seibertneurolyme
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Seems like everyone is writing about bartonella lately.

http://tinyurl.com/yloxqm7

Hubby did not think the HH or HH-2 did much for him even at high doses. But at that time he was not having the overall body pain he is having now. May have to think about retrying HH-2 with the addition of some of the other herbs listed.

Bea Seibert

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seibertneurolyme
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Bea, I get the burning skin sensations all over my body. It's continual in my feet. Thank goodness the rest of body is a come and go sx.

I couldn't handle that feeling all the time. Does you hubby have alot of burning?

Isn't it amazing that they are finding the "simple" bartonella and babs dx aren't some basic bacteria/protoza with treatment of 21 days of abx and wham it's gone.

It's amazing to see in print now that bart might be even harder to eradicate than lyme.

Pam

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Bea,

Didn't your hubby take Levaquin? Do you think he could be having some reaction to the Levaquin?

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Here's a quote from another forum about a plasma ball which eliminates skin pain:
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The Rife Forum <[email protected]>
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Posted by : Paul Gruszka

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Sun, February 14, 2010
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. The cyst changed consistency and went hard so after one day off I treated it with the coil machine again but after 30 minutes it didn't appear to have reduced although I thought it might have softened it slightly. A more drastic approach was required so I decided to call in the big gun in the form of the modified Plasma ball and stuck it on the skin. That changed it and I ran it for 30 minutes both on the outside skin and by turning my lip out and placing it on the plasma ball. It was a lot softer at the end and throughout the day it gradually went flat and the skin was sloppy probably because it was stretched and required time to shrink back. The cyst did not come up the next day or since but it has left a slight smooth lump like a flattened tent under my lip. I think the direct conduction of the high voltage of the Plasma ball has killed the bug factory but it took some doing. If it takes that kind of power it is difficult to see how a field device could get to those kinds of sites inside the body especially since it failed to get to it just under a thin layer of skin on the lip. I think we need a high frequency pulse that acts like an armoured piercing bullet to bump off those bug factories.
I had a couple of other successes with the Plasma ball that surprised me. While on the antibiotics I had pains in the feet that the coil machine could only ease but the Plasma ball eliminated. Also the following morning after a cross training session my left Achilles tendon was sore. The coil machine did help but after I had it for a couple of days I stuck the Plasma ball on it for 15 minutes and the pain just stopped dead. Only late that evening did it come back very slightly. I haven't done the treatment again because I wanted to see if it would get worse and worse but it hasn't it only came back very mild and after a couple of days has gone completely. I was straining it on the cross trainer every other day during the coil treatment and after the Plasma ball treatment but during the coil treatments it did get aggravated but not after the Plasma ball treatment. Any more pains in the tendons or muscles will meet the Plasma ball head on that's for sure. I was also surprised that the antibiotics didn't make me feel sick and really I couldn't tell they were doing anything other than the cyst, some aching in the feet and slight loosening of the guts. It must be because the Borrelia population has been decimated before hand.
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Thanks Bea,

for this article....didn't know that Bartonella was associated with 'burning sensations'. I feel hot and sunburned in various places and intermittently since starting Levaquin....

HH may be something to consider after reading this and kday's response to HH.

Feelfit

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