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nonna05
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Is any one using GSE as cyst buster and getting results?

Lyme in putnam post about Tindimax and things stirring up

Then sunrise?? about also starting in April and what's coming out

Not trying to be gross...

Just need to know if GSE is working for anybody? How do you know either way and why it was used instead..


I think there might be a couple other's but Flagyl and Tindimax come up most, then GSE.

Insight please...........

Did any one who is well now not use these?///

[confused] [bow] Sorry to ask , just on my mind.

That and the timing of all meds and supps and this tingle numbnessprickley thing..

Like right now I feel some of the symptoms ,but also feel like I could get up and do something....then I try and I just kinda have to just get back to bed pretty quickly.

So my mind is trying to do what my body won't let it and I'm just like stuck...

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lyme in Putnam
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hi Nonna, I don't know stirred things up, but depersonalization is just my way of life now whether I like it or not. I don't' know what to make of any of it, except keep going. I'm normally depersonalized, I hate it, last episode of normal thinking was the day before easter, and Easter was the worst my mind has been in a while. I was thinking of GSE, but doing this and the salt complication has confused me more. I know how hard this is, maybe somebody has an experience that it helped/hurt in any way. You just want to wakeup.

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I can't say for sure that it worked, but I took 750 mgs a day for a year along with all of my other abx. When I went on Tindamax I didn't herx from it, it could be that the GSE worked.

Your LLMD will probably put you on a cyst buster later in your treatment. That's how mine does it. It is the last drug he uses when he's hitting Lyme.

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I have been on GSE for one month along with bicillin. I herxed a little more after adding GSE.

Two days ago, I added Tindamax. I am certainly herxing from Tindamax.

Also interestingly, I herx a couple of hours after Infer red sauna. The herx would last for a few hours and then go away.

With all this herxing, I wonder when I would stop herxing like this.

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This should be part of other post.
By the grace of God ,my husband was asleep in his room when

I read there are 2 different GSE's

He would have seen his life pass before his eyes after I read that one

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This should be part of other post.
By the grace of God ,my husband was asleep in his room when

I read there are 2 different GSE's

He would have seen his life pass before his eyes after I read that one.

This war is hard enough as it is without somebody giving curved bullets [rant]

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it turned out the herx I thought was not herx. it was bart flaring up. Suffering from it now.
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