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paul2jc
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Just found out- thru electro-dermal testing- likely have MEW and XVIR-XMRV viruses. Taking Cat's Claw, Japanese Knotweed, and Cold FX- antiviral- any suggestions on dose of cold fx????
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Up.

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I think I'd wait and get a blood test in a few months when they have xmrv figured out.

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What in the world is MEW and XVIR?
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they are viruses. My doc told me that MEW is implicated in schizophrenia, MS and "Biphasic".
THE XMRV virus was just discovered 1 year ago and it was discovered that a large % of people with CFS have it. There's been a big buzz about it.

These viruses are likely why my Lyme tx takes steps back at times- lots for the immune system to deal with.

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Paul,

I'm well aware of what MLV variants, including XMRV are. But I've never heard of MEW or XVIR

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xvir is associated with xmrv I believe- don't know about mew- maybe have wrong letters?

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yeah i suggest you go back to your practitioner and find out exactly what they stand for. I can't find any virus with those acronyms that infect humans, not computers.
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Wondering if electrodermal testing found this virus before it was discovered elsewhere? Probably not.
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