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gigimac
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I am hoping to see a naturopath soon. I know one of the services offered is ondamed.

I just wondered if anyone here has tried it and if it is helpful for lyme?

Also would this kind of treatment cause a herx?

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lyme in Putnam
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Hi. I've been doing it since August. I have heve Lyme, Bart, tularema. Ikind of helps your body to repair. It's tough. Ave neuro Lyme Lyme, there's no easy road for anything. I think it depends on the practitioner who oes I too.

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I've found it helpful, mainly in spurring detoxing of bad substances. It also identified a couple parasites in my shoulder, which I had suspected, but helpful to confirm and identify.
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I am not sure if i will be using this machine or not. the dr. did say over the phone that they use a machine for diagnosing problems, I guess she was referring to Ondamed for that as well?

I am mostly interested in the diagnosis part of the machine and will try herbals etc. once diagnosed. I probably won't be able to afford using the machine regularly anyway.

When using the machine to diagnose does it send any frequencies or whatever it is (sorry don't know a lot about this technology) into the body and cause a herx?

I just really want to find if there are any issues that I am not aware of and perhaps figure out why I am stuck in this rut.

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