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jpsmom
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HAVE ANY MALES HAD THERE PRIVATES THROB???? MY 16 YEAR OLD, THIS IS THE ONLY SPECIFIC COMPLAINT I GOT-ISNT IT GRAND BEING A MOTHER>>> I THOUGHT i HAD READ THIS IS FROM A CO-INFECTION, ANY ANSWERS PLEASE ......... [bow]
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Thought maybe I could give you some insight even though I am not a male. Throbbing in the genital area could indicate an infection such as yeast UTI or parasites. Is your son having any anal itching?

Check into the possibility that he could have pinworms. Maybe others will come along with other thoughts. Check with doctor to do urine and culture testing as well.

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jpsmom
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Male ??????

any other suggestions on this matter? At one point my husband complained of this for a short time but dont rememeber what he was on at the time for waht infection

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derk diggler
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it comes and goes but def yes

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do i have lyme, please comment, derealisation,anxiety,floaters,hypertension,tinnitus,dizziness,minor aches,igenix results,igm,**83-93ind,igg**41++ what do u think,please comment

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jpsmom
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Derk,
what infection would you guess this to be associated with, my son is 16 and has been diagnosed with babesia and lyme, but is only on malarone & nutramedix banderol

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Yep for me too. I never had this before treatment & it happened during the 2nd month of treatment.

Then it went away & when I got sicker again it started up again, but only worst. Comes and goes too, where one day is better than another & sometimes is gone.

I think I finally tested positive for some co-infection, where I tested negative 3x before. I will find out during my next LLMD consult.

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TU, we are using a zyto (EDS) method & will be retesting tomorrow for this ailment, as I believe it is babesia. I will let you know what we come up with tomorrow.Hang on :-)
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I would guess bart. My son had pain there when he was 4 and rifampin cleared it up at the time. We do only herbals for lyme now though. I would try Nutramedix Cumanda which normally hits bart well.

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HI I AM ANSWERING A POST THAT I HAVE FOUND A SOLUTION FOR AND MAYBE FOR MANY OTHER TOXIN ISSUES:
ITS CALLED BLACK OINTMENT BY CHRISTOPEHERS (I GOT IT AT MY LOCAL HERBAL STORE) MY SON WAS TOLD TO PUT THIS ON HIS GENITALS EVERY OTHER NIGHT TO PULL HIDING BABESIA TOXINS, i ALSO HAVE IT ON MY SCALP TO PULL MERCURY TOXINS OUT HOPEFULLY AS MY SCALP BREAKS OUT ONCE A MONTH REALLY BAD WITH LITTLE SORES- BUT LET ME SAY IT SMELLS AS BAD AS A FRESHLY TARRED PARKINGLOT- SINCE IT HAS PINE TAR IN IT. hOPE THIS HELPS SOME ONE

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How did the EDS testing go? What did they find? Was this the first time you tried it? Did you like your practitioner?

I have just purchased an EDS machine so I can use it for my family. I am going through the training now! If you have a good practitioner, it can be an invaluable resource.

tickbattler

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AuntyLynn
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Here's an earlier discussion on male symptoms

http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/1/120714

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