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Posted by bullmastiffluvr (Member # 50250) on :
 
Has anyone been treated in Mexico with stem cell therapy successfully. I have been considering that since I feel I am no longer progressing in my treatment. Many drug allergies complicate my treatment unfortunately.
 
Posted by willbeatthis (Member # 31111) on :
 
Have you considered trying mhbot. I had at one time considered stem cell, but after my mom went through one with Amyloidosis, I decided that was not a route I was supposed to take. I have heard of success stories however. Mhbot is just a lot less invasive. You might want to read the Mhbot thread. It has been very helpful for me. Bless you.
 
Posted by Phoiph (Member # 41238) on :
 
Thanks, willbeatthis...

I was also going to suggest mild hyperbaric also, as it releases your own, endogenous stem cells, and you can rent/buy/share a chamber for home treatment.

As willbeatthis mentioned, it is also less invasive and safer.

mHBOT gave me my life back; I have been well for over 5 years now from severe neuro-Lyme. Many others have since become well or are greatly improved.

Visit the mild hyperbaric thread for more information and support if you are interested.
 
Posted by Tincup (Member # 5829) on :
 
Wow, what timing! I was just dropping by to share this info and saw your post, so I'll add it here for you too!

Hope it will answer your questions! Good luck!!!

STEM CELL INFO & HOTLINE

QUOTE- "Stem Cell for Lyme Disease- The prognosis for lyme disease treatment looks brighter: stem cell lyme disease treatment involves an IV delivery system that introduces harvested stem cells into the circulatory system. The stem cells then migrate to the areas of degeneration and inflammation.

Infected cells undergo natural healing, with little or no side effects. Stem cell treatment offers relief from the painful and debilitating symptoms that accompany the disease. Patients can regain their former quality of life."

http://checkbiotech.org/stem-cell-therapy-treatment-options-call-972-800-6670-☎%EF%B8%8F/
 
Posted by Richard_F (Member # 50948) on :
 
read plenty of folks who tried MHBOT and got nowhere.

this freakin disease is so individualized you can pretty much say that about any modality!
 
Posted by Phoiph (Member # 41238) on :
 
Hi Richard_F...

The success of mHBOT is very much dependent on the manner in which it is used. If folks are "getting nowhere", I would first question the protocol being used.

Although it is true that Lyme manifests differently in people, there are many common denominators which mHBOT is very effective at treating. This is also why it is so healing for so many conditions.
 
Posted by map1131 (Member # 2022) on :
 
We just had a member, many years ill with Lyme & co, come to our last Lyme Support meeting to report she had gone to Prague for 3 1/2 months of stem cell treatment.

She is doing amazing. She spent well over $100,000 just on tx and not housing etc.
Her experience says one must do the longer tx protocol. Saying a few weeks won't get it.

My mouth dropped open at the costs. She's a young medical student, off and on schooling because of symptoms.

We've told her some day she's going to be a LLMD.

Pam
 


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