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Posted by Phillipa on March 25, 2010, at 20:30:28
BB lymes positive again can you contact me thanks Phillipa
Posted by bleauberry on March 25, 2010, at 20:30:28
In reply to Blueaberry Need you. Phillipa, posted by Phillipa on March 25, 2010, at 13:25:57
Six bands on the western blot? Wow.
Which bands were they?
I hope they pay attention to bartonella and babesia as well.
You need some herbs to go with doxy.
Coptis root. Oil of oregano. I could list a handful of others. These are specific for lyme and yeast simultaneously. You need to fight yeast if you are on an antibiotic. And you need a lyme cyst-buster, which coptis will do.
Before meds, these herbs cured syphillis, which as you know is very similar to lyme. The herbs still do that, but of course marketing and money took the spotlight from them.
You also need Wormwood. It is actually more potent against babesia than any manmade drug is. And much tamer at the same time. I found it quite tolerable. It is suspected it plays a much larger role in treating lyme than is currently known, apart from its clear affinity for babesia.
The lyme meds work a lot better with the herbs. And the lyme herbs work a lot better with the meds. Neither alone works anywhere near as good as the combos. The herbs many added benefits.
The powerful Dr Donta of Boston General, as well as my own llmd, prefer Tetracycline to Doxy, saying they see more complete and more lasting results with it. All of that family of meds however are usually for early stage. Late stage usually needs a strong cyst buster like Flagyl along with the doxy or tetra.
Unfortuntaly no single protocol helps everyone. The organisms are too varied and too mysterious. Not enough is known. Just trying to arm you with some weapons. You can do the herbs on your own without assistance, along with the prescribed meds. Buhner and Dr Zhang have entire books on these combined protocols, two of several dozen MDs that also do that.
Posted by Phillipa on March 25, 2010, at 20:30:29
In reply to Re: Blueaberry Need you. Phillipa, posted by bleauberry on March 25, 2010, at 19:57:12
Thanks I chose the doxy myself as he was hesitant to treat. Said so many bugs or critters in his words out there and the "stars" are prevelant here. I forget the bands but the ones I ordered had 5 all pertaining to the b's. What's your favorite website. My theory also is surgery and had two stirs up the bugs as after each I developed problems. Thinking of a suit as the doc here wouldn't even look at the test said you had it it's gone. And the health dept here would not look also. So I went to the guy who treated me in the hospital for a month then two years on biaxin and he said the biaxin is what took my taste and smell away. Love Phillipa
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