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Rumigirl
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Has anyone here done it, or even part of it?

If so, how did it go for you?

How much did it help?

Did you do heavy metal detox first, as he recommends?

Did you do it with any abx for TBD's, or by itself?

Although, I've done a lot for parasites in the past, what I'm concerned about now, especially, is the nematodes in the brain that Dr. Macdonald found in the brains of people with many neurological conditions. He found several different strains of Borrellia within the nematodes in the brain. (He's a researcher, so should be ok to use his name)

My neurological condition from TBD has gotten horrific. Yes, I need to go back on treatment for TBD's, but I'm concerned about the Borrelia continuing in the brain sequestered within the blasted nematodes. These were from autopsies, of course, so they died of these diseases.

[There used to be people on the board who did this, not sure about now].

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Did you find "Gail's" posts? I can remember her screen name right now.

I found this in my search .. it's about DE .. look for "lookup's" information.

http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/1/130967#000002

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Rumigirl
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Thank. you, Lymetoo.

I've concluded that for now, with the exception of my LLMD possibly rx'ing some little bit of the Dr.. K med(s) for parasites, as he has in the past, right now it's beyond the scope, and we will have to focus on the basics of treating the TBD's. That will be enough of a challenge for now.

As it is, I don't know how I will tolerate that + the natural cancer protocol that I'm doing. I'm only doing it partially, due to not having the strength to do more. Although, I need to hire help to do it more (someone to make supplement baggies, help w/ juicing, etc.).

At some later date, I will see someone to help w/ eliminating heavy metals (did a lot in the past, but when last tested years ago had high lead, and more mercury). Then, parasites again, etc. Also have mold issues in apartment & body.

I can only do so much at once.

As it is, I'm barely hanging on by a thread. The pain from nerve damage from severe injuries & surgery, and misdiagnosed CRPS is unendurable. It is so hard to be willing to even try any more---w/ no strength at all.

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I agree .. you have too much on your plate.

[group hug]

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Yes, I finally went back to my LLMD today, after almost 2 1/2 years!! I never meant to go off treatment and not see him. But I had the elimination shut-down from 1 Lyrica at night for CRPS pain. I tried, unsuccessfully to get on top of that.

Then, I found the breast lump . . and have gone down that rabbit hole.

He, wisely, decided to only address Babesia for right now, due to my debilitated state. And to do stuff to build up my system. I was too close to it all to figure that out, as I wanted to fight Bb, Bart, and Babs all at once (building up slowly)

Even this will be enough of a challenge. He also suggested IV UV ozone (milder than other IV ozone, and better, he thought, than home insufflation). I'd be challenged to do this right now with everything else. Leaving the apartment is so difficult and risky, sad to say.

Slowly, slowly.

I need a "Magic Mommy" to make everything better! Don't we all.

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