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THROUGH CHALLENGE and Lyme Disease

My Disulfiram Experience

  Hello all, I am still here after my first month of Disulfiram. For me, this has been an experience that has helped me with some issues and I believe added some issues. I will explain here.
  1. Before I started Disulfiram, I am sure I was starting a relapse of Bartonella, a remnant of my Lyme issues, and I felt as long as I had the opportunity to give this new disulfiram treatment (possible Tick-borne disease treatment) a try. I did that. I was very happy with the results I got on 75 mg for two weeks.

LYME AND MOLD

 
 I was asked today about mold and if I had any experience with mold sensitivity and Lyme. 

  My response is, mold is a common hindrance in Lyme recovery. Some see, feel it, or my Diddy is inhale it. I think mold toxicity is a big deal. This year in the Northeast, we have heat, rain, following an abundant acorn crop. I suspect about August through November will be a very troublesome time for tick-borne diseases between ages 0 to 16.
 If there is mold, there will likely be some very sicker than usual kids this year.

Inquiries of Longihornis Tick

  I have been getting more than a couple of concerned inquiries about the Longihornis Tick.   Or Asian Tick.
I have also been reading up on the Longihornis Asian Tick. Appears any human infections are considered accidental. This Tick carries the SFTS ( Severe Fever Thrombocytopenia  Syndrome) ( A dog disease )Only deadly to 20 to 30% of those that get it. (I suspect cross-contamination.)

My update to The Perils

An Updated expansion of
“The Perils of Invisible disease
and Lyme Related Issues”
 
 First I must say I am not a Doctor. I am a well oiled Lyme disease advocate, survivor Prevention presenter, Seminar facilitator that probably knows more about the new sciences of Tick borne diseases from bite to treatment than 98% of the world medical community as much of the Tick-borne disease sufferers have been forced to become. We have bred a very competent group of computer operators in the world and gave them medical degrees.

A RECENT INTERVENTION

A Recent Intervention

I was called to an intervention for a retired RN. This RN was very concerned for her sister. 
As we talked we found the nurse also was treated a few short years ago. As we chatted about things. 
I found I was more concerned with this RN than I was with her Sister. 

Now she and three members of her family will look into getting help. 

This RN had been suffering Neurological, arthritic, Autonomic issues and had no idea that she was a chronic Lymie. 

She said the doctor took a test and she tested positive right off the bite.

BACK ON THE FARM


BACK ON THE FARM

federal testing

I am reading the article about Opioid, Syphilis outbreaks and Trumps Hiv. Plan from Morgellens Survey – Facebook page.

My Dad and I had an experience back on the farm 30 years ago. I was the in house Pseudo-Quack or farm vet. Supervised by a well vetted Veterinarian. I kept very stringent records back then as because as is today. If you send a animal to market and the test for antibiotics in that meat should show positive. You would not just be reprimanded with a quarantine, but possibly even fine and loose the price of the meat.

A PROUD DAY

 WOW, Linda and I at www.throughchallenge.com were called to a home by www.ahope4lyme.com about 1 1/2 years ago. We found a family stressed out, all looked very tired. Their voices were tense and fearful. They were losing a battle with their teenager. We listened for some time and I was convinced this was another missed case of Lyme disease and coinfections. Linda and I remained in contact as we helped the family develop a plan. We learn in the Lyme world that plans are made to be broken and reset often.

Bee Pollen findings

 We use some Bee pollen and it may help us. We do not use bee pollen as suggested I am sure. Dr. Ax gives great insight to Bee pollen. I like and am more in line with Dr. Ax than I am with an IDSA FDA promoted site.  Keep in mind Dr. Ax article has my support on this subject.https://draxe.com/bee-pollen/

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Bee pollen appears to be safe for most people, at least when taken for a short term.

First Epidemic

  I have a great big very affordable Favor to ask my readers this morning. Please Copy and Paste the following into your search bar and click search. Then make a copy of the line and ask your Doctor to get this book and read and understand why they have been made such putts of in the medical world. 
( I request that everyone in my Global reading world COPY & PASTE - " The First Epidemic of Climate Change by Mary Beth Pfeiffer " - into their search bar and click search. This is all you need to do. ) This will help educate, the world of the corruption that our medical community is forced to adhere to. Share with your friends to do the same. This Book is available in ebook and hard copy. THANK YOU. 

Wait or Treatment


I was asked - Wouldn’t it be wise to take the doxy treatments to assure against infection? I would not want to take a chance.
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My response as a Tick Borne disease advocate and NOT a medical (Non) Lyme Literate person of the new Tick Borne disease sciences.
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As a rule Joie, this is where it can get dicey. IN MY OPINION. If you briefly have a tick on you. Should you be tested or treated. Every situation is different. I will be plain and simple. If you have a tick embedded a short time.
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