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Als and lyme
Oct 2, 2005
... Thanks for your kind words. The past few months have been a real nightmare for Dad and our family. ... (22 replies)
... mostly psychological in nature. I've read on the internet recently that a Dr. Ritchie C. Shoemaker and neurotoxicologist H. Kenneth Hudnell, Ph.D. ... (2 replies)
... I've recently found information about a toxic binding drug called cholestyramine and a protocol for treating lyme disease that a Dr.Shoemaker in Maryland claims to have quite a bit of success with. He also wrote a book that made quite a bit of sense. ... (12 replies)

... Resveratrol is a substance that is produced by several plants and that is sold as a nutritional supplement. ... (9 replies)
... line for chronic neurotoxins related to lyme. She asked me if I'd be willing to take the test and as she explained it to me I thought it sounded exactly like the visual acuity test Dr. Crist gave me. ... (6 replies)
Aug 28, 2005
... I have heard of Cholestyramine but have not taken it. In Dr. ... (2 replies)
... do feel much better than I did last year at this time. I don't know if it's the cholestyramine, but I have had a more normal body temperature since starting it and I think that's very important. Dr. J seems to stress that in his book also. ... (6 replies)
New News
Aug 16, 2007
... mation" test done. I called Igenex to find out first hand what this means. They said when a blood sample is sent to them, they keep that sample for three months, and during that three months if the Dr. wants to order more tests on that sample, they can do so.. ... (19 replies)
... I'm kind of curious about DMSA. I know that it is FDA approved to treat high levels of mercury and other heavy metals, but I'm wondering if it has other applications as well. In the case of Lyme Disease, for example, I've read some research by Dr. ... (11 replies)
... According to Dr Jernigan, the beta sitosterol can be as effective as the drug cholestyramine in breaking up fatty deposits that may help harbor the lyme organism. ... (15 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear that you're going through not only the the physical symptoms but the stress of a disease that's a bumpy road in a storm trying to get treated... ... (22 replies)
Lyme Info
Sep 25, 2005
... I also did the computer visual test and came up positive. ... (6 replies)
... I am coinfected with Lyme and Ehrlichiosis for 9 years now. My worse pain has been in my legs and it got to the point where I couldn't walk for months, I had to crawl on my hands and knees to use the bathroom. ... (23 replies)
... they act like a shorted out electrical wire and carry the electrical nerve impulses when they shouldn't. ... (19 replies)

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