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xtine
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Anyone had this done? I just spoke to a clinic where they told me they can test for lyme this way. I made an appointment but don't go until July so I have a long time to decide if it's worth it.

thanks in advance,
xtine

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That is how I first found out that Lyme was my issue after 45 doctors and 8 years. The lady that did the testing then sent me to get more conventional work-ups for Lyme and that was the start of an entirely new journey... I am a big believer in the potential benefit of energetic testing such as with EAV/EDS and others.

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xtine
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Good to hear that it worked out for you. I see a LLMD next and am pretty sure I have lyme... would it still be worth it for me to get testing?

I'vd had some blood-work done too as well as a hair analysis so i have an overall picture of my health.

Hmmm. now I'm not sure what to do. it could help with co-infections i guess.

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I found my lyme through electro dermal screening as well from an ART practioner. My ART practioner believes I've had LYME for 30 years or more. It was mainly asymptomatic up until 2 years ago. I had all the clinical symptoms and only realy determined lyme 7 months ago where I'm now getting treatment. I don't see an LLMD yet, but instead am working with an alternative practioner for other reasons.

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When I was looking into the root canal connection, I went to two biological dentists. The first used ART. He identified 3 of 5 root canals as being infected and 1 of 2 wisdom tooth cavitation sites. The second dentist referred me to an ElectroDermal Screener. She identified the same 3 root canals and the same 1 wisdom tooth cavitation site. That confirmed it for me.

Also, with the EDS, I had such a bad reaction to the test itself. In addition to testing for infections, she also tested some standard dental materials and I came up allergic to gutta percha which is a common filling for root canals. I felt pretty good when the test began. Midway through I was struggling to answer her questions. At the end, I could barely walk because joint pain in knees had set in. At the front desk, I gave 4 phone #s before I gave the right one. I was real messed up mentally.

I had to call my next appt and have them direct me step by step as I drove to their office. I was that confused mentally. I believe the problems came from the exposure to the materials used in the test.

I believe in ElectroDermal Screening.

Luvs

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