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... Hello Jude. I have a question for you about your visit with Dr. Shoemaker. If you don't mind, I sent you a PM. Thanks. (33 replies)
... You might want to read a book called "Desperation Medicine" by Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker...He talks a lot about Lyme Disease and the treatment of it by many physicians. ... (33 replies)
Lyme Fog
Jun 20, 2007
... rain fog is so hard to describe, especially when you are in the middle of it's effects! I had it sooooo bad, I could tell you stories about all the things I did and said that were not right but my brain would not work at all. I couldn't drive either, it was just too dangerous to be driving during it. ... (6 replies)

... This occurs when the causative organism is killed off. It releases neurotoxins and causes a symptom flare up. It can also produce new symptoms as the antibiotics start killing off Lyme in areas where it had previously been dormant. ... (16 replies)
Lyme Info
Sep 23, 2005
... I hope today finds everyone on good spirits. I was doing some research on MCS and ran across some information I thought people with Lyme might be interested in, plus I have some questions. I ended up checking out an article about Dr. ... (6 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)
... Merely "ripping out the amalgams", as they say, does not do it. First, eliminating the source of neurotoxins, and second, then detoxing the body from heavy metals and neurotoxins is what is needed. ... (13 replies)
... The only thing I know of is that Lyme causes hypercoagulation. ... (6 replies)
... heimer reaction if there are Lyme organisms in the body, either active or dormant. This occurs when the organsisms die off and produce neurotoxins, causing a temporary flare up of existing symptoms or even new symptoms. ... (6 replies)
... Sorry you are feeling so bad. Lyme can produce some really bizarre neurological effects. If it is flaring up worse than usual with treatment that is normal, as neurotoxins produced by the dying organisms can produce this effect, although that sure dosen't make it any easier to deal with. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks bigstan for the great information. Yes, I've heard of IgeneX and will check out their Web site. I'll need to check with the doctor's who ordered my husband's LD blood test to find out specifically which one they requested. ... (15 replies)
... Borne Diseases'. This is about the most informative and helpful books on the subject which I have found. It is very easy to read and practical. Another thing to do would be to find a Lyme support group in your area. ... (14 replies)
... I have thought many times over the past year about calling the national sucide line. Not that I would ever have the guts to do it, but I really have out of mind and out of body reality nightmares. These sometimes last all day all night. My LLMD says it's the neurotoxins. ... (2 replies)
... That in large doses it could cause kidney stones and some such.......? ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I'm new to this board, suffering with lyme almost 10 years, most likely misdiagnosed as fibromyalgia for 9 years. ... (7 replies)
... Treating a new Lyme case with antibiotics is standard procedure. But Chronic disseminated Lyme Disease requires a much more complex approach. ... (3 replies)
... psychiatric effects of this disease are among the most frightening becuase it can really feel as if your mind has been taken over. And it has been, in the sense that the spriochete organisms actually do get into brain tissue. ... (7 replies)
... infections and neurological damage from the neurotoxins...Now, they all say that if I fight the good fight for God knows how long I will have better days or weeks or even more. ... (15 replies)
... The sinus blockage makes sense with Lyme, I have similar issues with chronic sinus inflammation. The sinuses are a reservoir for bacterial growth and there have been studies undertaken showing that the spirochete in particular loves to harbour within the frontal sinuses. ... (3 replies)
... What you are describing sounds like a herx, the symptoms starting to flare up again even if they'd been subsiding or dormant. What happens in early Lyme is that the symptoms will often subside or even appear to go away, misleading people into thinking everything is "ok". ... (4 replies)




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