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Topic: peeling the layers
Member # 6646
I am confused a little and have a question. I have read that getting well is like peeling the layers of an onion.
I have also read that each month it should get a little easier.'
I am not experiencing that. I am improving no qeustion about that. However, it seems that the flares are harder and deeper.
After reading how Dr.B recovered his 3 flare was the hardest.
So does this mean getting easier each month is not correct.
I hope that made sense. I'd like to hear other peoples experience that have turned the corner. When do the flares start getting better?
Posts: 433 | From new york | Registered: Dec 2004
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Member # 16556
The biggest improvement I made after 4 yrs of abx was to go after the parasites/worms with antiparasitic herbs.
They can be a co-infection of Lyme disease. Do a search on here under parasites for more info. Also check out
PARASITES/WORMS ARE NOW
RECOGNIZED AS THE NUMBER 1 CO-INFECTION IN LYME DISEASE BY ILADS*
Posts: 6418 | From philadelphia pa | Registered: Jul 2008
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