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kimmie
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Why do babesia symptoms increase when treating? and how do you know its not just aggravating babs instead of killing it?
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I'm curious about this also.
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I also think my baby symptoms have worsened since homeopathic treatment.
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Same as with Lyme, basically.

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jackie51
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SF722 for mold? I've never heard that. Did it work?
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Brussels
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Kimmie, I had both experiences, of infections getting MAD when I tried to kill them (candida, fungal infections always get crazy and sort of double attack)...

or... they lose and go dormant.

A herx, does not mean, babs or lyme is getting worse, but that is the feeling (because we feel crap).

With candida, it is not only herx, as I can visually see skin inflammation going wild, then my digestive tract going bananas. So, with candida,...

... if I use anything OTHER than homeopathy or energy treatment (mostly I use garlic, or herbs like pau d'arco or anything similar), it will get mad and counter-attack with double force (as though trying to survive).

In fact, I learned that candida has a mechanism that causes it to act like cancer (grow exponentially) or it will calm down and stop growing and being 'malignant', if you see what I mean.

I know that for candida, I may not attack it directly, but I need to use homeopathic nosodes, so that I create a sort of mechanism that shifts my immune system to DEAL with candida, but not kill it DIRECTLY.

I hope this makes sense... But that is how homeopathy works (or anything that steers your immune system).

I also know that IF we are newly infected, the critters act really madly.

My lyme doctor says he can see if the critters are new or old, just because of the way they behave. If very aggressive, it is usually a new infection.

I know how they get aggressive when they are just injected. I suspect, because they want to colonize my body, and have to use all their energy for that (or my immune system kills them).

In a relapse, it is not that bad (unless you try to kill them). They will fight back, as it is a war that we are raging against them. If they feel their only chance is to fight back, they will.

Candida will put so many biotoxins when it dies, so that your immune system will be messed and stop killing it.

I kept testing my babesia DAILY, and CHANGING substances almost DAILY, so that they lost to my energy tests.... that is why I keep saying, energy tests helped me to eliminate infections much faster than shooting in the dark.

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