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Lymedin2010
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I heard on the local news that we have been getting cases of the H1N1 Flu in the East now. I guess that is why they have been pushing the FLU shot so desperately nowadays. It contains H1N1 particles to inoculate your immunity with.


I did not realize getting the H1N1 is just as easy & prevalent as getting the flu. When it spreads, it spreads I guess.


I can't find a copy of the local news, but here is another on utube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ug5e4DGBE0A

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Just another reason when the cold/flu season hits, I love love love my rife machine.

The worst flu I've had since becoming ill with lyme & co was about 4 yrs ago. I'm thinking that flu was called Bird flu? No that doesn't sound right.

I didn't realize at first but it didn't take me but a couple days to realized oh my, I've caught that flu and it was a horrible horrible flu. I started using my rife machine and realized pretty quickly that I needed to do 2 a day sessions because it flaring back up in the afternoon.

I'm pretty sure it took 2 a days for over a week-10 days to keep it knocked down to just a nuisance. All other flu/colds have been easy to zap away.

My rife gives me peace of mind when it comes to the thought of an epidemic of any flu.

If only lyme, bart and babesia were just a simple virus or bacteria??????????

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[URL=http://www.weather.com/outlook/health/coldandflu/nationalreports

for a map of all reported flu, including H1N1. It is reloaded every 2 weeks, approximately.

www.recombinomics.com for more information on many of the different stains of flu

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quote:
Originally posted by Lymedin2010:


I did not realize getting the H1N1 is just as easy & prevalent as getting the flu. When it spreads, it spreads I guess.



H1N1 is just another strain of flu.

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I was pregnant with my son during that 2009 H1N1 scare that was supposedly killing off pregnant women right and left.

The news had me sooo terrified I got a *&%@* seasonal flu shot during my pregnancy...THEN as soon as the H1N1 flumist was ready a week after I delivered, my family drove an hour to get it....and my daughter immediately got bronchitis...that her Dr said "was absolutely NOT related".

[cussing] [Mad]

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I got it in 2009. Lost 2 lb in a few days, very weak, awful cough. But Tamiflu cleared it up like magic.

What are the pros and cons of taking Tamiflu when you have Lyme & co?

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Google "Tamiflu dangers" .. It has its own set of worries. I do, however, have some on hand and might take it if I were to get the flu.

(as long as it has not expired)

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My 4 yr old son has the flu. It came on suddenly. Please pray for a speedy recovery.

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lax, I hope he recovers quickly. You've got his immune system pretty strong these days, right?

Thinking about you. Take care of you and yours.

I know you're like a mother bear.

Pam

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map: yes, I think I've got his immune system pretty strong. He's on a small protocol of supplements: colostrum, glutathione, enhansa, vit d, methyl b12 shots, gaba, magnesium, probiotics.

It's just scary to read about that baby who died of the flu one county up from me.

His fever is lower today than yesterday, so that's a good sign.

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yes-just got a text from my brother in south florida-his wife is on day 10 and might have pneumonia...he is on day 4 ... they cant even drive.

it was aorund 2009 i had a flue for at lease 3 weeks...used occillium and other otc stuff...elderberry tincture

so glad i didnt have to take care of anyone when i was sick...

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I am on day 10 of the flu and it was not so bad, didn't need medicine but slept a lot. Also needed more tissues than I had at home but was able to go shopping. I am on CD since several months, that might have helped for a milder flu.
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CD?

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For those who have the flu, if it's available, would you consider having your groceries delivered to slow the spread and to give you less to do?

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Death toll in dfw is now at 41. This includes fort worth and denton, surrounding area. Some got shot and some didnt.

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But randi.. several million people live in that area. I still would not get the shot and I would also not stay at home to try to avoid the flu.

If we get it, we get it.

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