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harmony21
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   Posted 1/30/2010 5:10 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi all Iam new to this site, I have been very fatigued lately and unable to do much at all, I know many of us suffer this symptom sooooo I ventured to seeing a naturopath and he did an ASYRA scanning, Have any of you heard of this and tried it
You hold on to two handles and its magnetic resonance is supposed to pick up disturbances in the body, also toxins etc

any have any more knowledge???


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Jeannie143
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   Posted 1/30/2010 4:16 PM (GMT -6)   
Welcome to HealingWell, Harmony. Is it possible that you are from the UK? ASYRA screening is firmly regulated in the US and practitioners who try to use the device for any type of diagnosis can be criminally prosecuted.

These types of devices have a huge page devoted to them on Quackwatch so I probably would not put much faith in the machine's findings. That's just my 2ยข. Your mileage may vary.

Have you been to a conventional medical doctor about your symptoms?
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   Posted 1/30/2010 5:17 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Harmony...I was once told, many years ago, that fibro was caused by parasites.. by an 'alternative medicine' doctor friend.  She wanted me to get these cardboard boxes called 'The Golden Arches Of Light' that were to be put in every corner of my house.  The 'energy' from the boxes would kill the parasites and bye bye fibro.  Uh...No.  And they cost almost $1000.  I am leary of all these 'cures' and strange tests to dectect diseases.  But that's just my opinion. Oh...and she also wanted me to wear magnets in my shoes, around my waist and put this huge monster magnet under my mattress.
 
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   Posted 1/30/2010 6:39 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Harmony and welcome. Jeannie is always up to date with her research so I will go with her opinion.
 
Sadly, there are always those out there just waiting to prey on the weak and desperate to take their money.
 
Donna , I'll spray you with Raid at a lot less cost.
 
Harmony, check out the fibro 101 thread, second on page, it contains lots of great info about many things concerning fibro.
 
Fatigue is my worse problem most of the time. The brain is willing but the body just can't do what it wants it to and that is frustrating.
 
If you haven't been dxd with fibro look over the list of symptoms in the fibro 101 thread and see how many of them you have.
 
We will be here for you.
 
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harmony21
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   Posted 1/31/2010 2:15 AM (GMT -6)   
thanks for that, what a shame, yes Iam from Australia but the practitioner is english so thats that.

Its been around for around 50 years though I believe

My conventional doctor says I do have fibro but with post menopause and other bits and pieces as well so its not a pure fibro

One thing the asyra practitioner did say that rather disturbed me was the fact that Fibro wasnt a diagnoses , I said to him that if all the things he found were taken care of would my fibro be gone??? no answer

I have had it since 2004 and in 2006 I had to leave work as I was too fatigued to continue and am still now not able to do much, the fatigue is ruthless

thank you again for the welcome and the info



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   Posted 1/31/2010 8:12 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi, Harmony, and welcome!  Your asyra practioner was bacisally saying that this is all in your head, correct?  That's what it sounds like to me.  Why go through a procedure that doesn't take care of the problem?  There are a lot of doctors out there that don't believe that fibromyalgia is a real illness.  But it surely is!  You just have to make sure your doctor believes that.  It sounds like your conventional doctor does and that is good.
 
Have you had the opportunity to check out Fibro 101 yet?  There are links to good info about fibromyalgia including a list of symptoms.  You just might see yourself there.  Also, there is a link to Doctors Respond to New York Times Article.  It is very good and learned doctors that have been studying this illness tell what is going on and what they think may be causing this.  I know I sure hope they find that soon.  Then they can really come up with a great way to treat it.
 
I'm so glad you found us and joined in.  Don't hesitate to ask questions because we are here to help you.  I hope to hear more from  you soon.
 
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   Posted 1/31/2010 8:46 AM (GMT -6)   
Harmony,
One of the homeopathic treatments for fibro that really works for many of us is taking malic acid tablets several times a day. Fibros are deficient in malic acid in the mitochondria (energy factories in the cells where glucose is converted to ATP and energy) and adding more of this to the food plan can really help with fatigue. We need malic acid to complete the Krebs Cycle, which is the name of the process that actually changes food into energy. Without enough malic acid the process gets stalled, we feel muscle pain and we are overwhelmed with fatigue.

That ASYRA screening simply measures the electrical conductivity of the skin. Nothing more or less. It's been around as long as electricity... That doesn't mean it can diagnose anything. I can stick a nine volt battery on my tongue and get a tingle. That means my saliva conducts electricity.... so?
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harmony21
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   Posted 2/1/2010 4:22 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi Sherrine and Jeannie, Thank you for your input, yeah my gut feeling is that he is saying that its all in my head which rather disturbs me, I did browse thru Fibro 101 and I do recognise lots of the symptoms.

Its sad that you have found it to be such a negative thing, the malic acid makes sense to me I will further investigate that

thank you so much

angel hugs to your kindness

please forgive my fibrofog

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   Posted 5/23/2010 1:46 PM (GMT -6)   
I work with and am a firm believer in the ASYRA system. An ASYRA bio-energetic body scan is truly working with your own GOD GIVEN inner physician. No guess work. It is not voodoo as some of the posts below seem to indicate. It is base on traditional homeopathy working with body frequencies and looking for imbalances in the system (which is why no ASYRA practitioner will use the word disease, diagnosis, treatment or cure). When the body is balanced the immune system is allowed to work on what it needs to be doing. I am guessing (not assuming) that the ASYRA practitioner might have been referring to the idea that fibromyalgia has such a large range of symptoms that it is a label, not a diagnosis.

Quoted from Jeannie in a post below, "That ASYRA screening simply measures the electrical conductivity of the skin. Nothing more or less. It's been around as long as electricity... That doesn't mean it can diagnose anything. I can stick a nine volt battery on my tongue and get a tingle. That means my saliva conducts electricity.... so?"

Jeannie, I have no idea where you got the idea that the ASYRA measures the electrical conductivity of the skin. Have you ever been tested on the ASYRA? It just might give you a different view. (And if you happen to live in the southern region of the US I will be happy to test you at no charge).

I would encourage all of you with the label of fibromyalgia to find an ASYRA practitioner. It will help detect imbalances at the core level. Build a strong foundation and the final outcome that is being diagnosed as fibromyalgia just might go away. Quack watch is one of the most harmful things on the internet to those that truly desire natural methods working with our bodies that are designed to heal naturally. Yes, there are people out there that are scam artists, in the holistic field, medical field, and most of all in the churches (places where I would think we might want to find those with the greatest faith in our God given ability to heal naturally).

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   Posted 5/23/2010 8:56 PM (GMT -6)   
As my Irish Grandmother used to say, " 'Ta each his own,' says the ol' lady as she kissed her cow."

The Asyra System is marketed by Galloway Technologies of Saratoga Springs, which does business under the name GTech. The system includes a device that generates signals and software used to interpret them. In 2003, without examining the software, the FDA gave 510(k) clearance to market the device for measuring galvanic skin resistance. (THIS IS WHERE I GOT THE IDEA THAT IT MEASURES THE ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY OF THE SKIN!!!) This does not permit it to be marketed for diagnostic or treatment purposes.

My treatment of my fibromyalgia involves a lot of gentle stretching, malic acid, some mild over the counter analgesics, occasional narcotics, prayer, yoga, perseverance and self compassion. I have done extensive reading by the top authorities in the field such as Daniel Clauw, MD of the University of Michigan and Georgetown University who are working hard to understand the etiology and pathology of this disorder.

Because I am analytical by nature I tend to prefer double blind test studies and research using the Scientific Method rather than personal testimonials. If I try something that has been shown to help others in a double blind study and it helps me as well (ex. Malic Acid) I will tell others about it. I've been coping for 58 years so I have a little experience with what works.

How do you treat your fibro, Mamajo?
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   Posted 5/23/2010 10:07 PM (GMT -6)   
Donna, those arches are real? How interesting! I read a book by a homeopathic anti medicine regulation guy (who was arrested for fraud by the way) and thought his stuff made sense until he talked about whatsacallit where you send your picture to someone and they put it in a room and send energy and health back to you through the picture - or something like that. Sounds like the golden arches thing. I wish I could remember the name of that therapy. Oh wait! I found it: distance energy healing. They heal your vital energy while looking at your photo or hologram or something. They balance the energy of the chakras at a distance. All anecdotal evidence - no double blind studies that I know of.

I actually did wear a magnet in my bra for a long time. It was supposed to counter the effects of electromagnetic energy fields. I felt no different.

But I guess we will try lots of things when we are desperate.

Sue

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   Posted 5/25/2010 10:46 AM (GMT -6)   
I spent a small fortune on quack remedies for many years. Trust me, I wish I had all that money now, lol.
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   Posted 5/25/2010 11:09 AM (GMT -6)   
Yes Sue...the Golden Arches of Light are real.  My friend had them in every room of her house because she didn't believe in topical flea/tic killer for her dogs....and the 'arches of light' were supposed to kill all kinds of insects, human parasites as well as keep your 'chakra's in balance'.  I could not go in her house for the flea infestation...she kept telling me The Arches 'take time'.
Hmmm.
 
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   Posted 3/6/2012 1:38 PM (GMT -6)   
I am new to this forum, but I thought I'd go to the trouble of creating a login to respond to this.

First, I am not a practitioner and have no financial interest in Asyra. Two years ago, my health began to shift, and a year ago it declined precipitously. At this point, I have CFID viruses and Lyme and some tick borne co-infections. While Lyme was probably the first assault, several successive life stresses further wore me down until some minor elective surgery became the last straw. My disrupted immune system then allowed a few chronic fatigue viruses to rebound in great numbers (I have very high viral titers).

The think about beliefs is that the more strongly you identify with them, the more dismissive you'll be of information that doesn't support them. We're all quite familiar with this when it comes to politics or religion. But it also applies to each of us as well as practitioners. I have never found much useful information on Quackwatch. My judgement is that it may be the hobby of some cranky old physician who went to school 40 years ago, selectively reads the literature (if at all), and hasn't ever tried any protocols, and hence hasn't had the opportunity to see any effectiveness. But they may be more invested in being "right" than helping people. Goodness, they even regard chelation therapy as bogus because a challenge agent is used! If you lived or worked near battery factory and saw Dr. Quackwatch, you'd probably never get treated for lead poisoning, because he's so skeptical that such conditions can arise in our highly industrialized society.

This is not to say that you won't find holistic practitioners who aren't equally passionate about their religion, preferring to try holistic remedies when they might better serve their patients by saying, "Some folks fight off Borrelia and Bartonella, others can't, if you aren't feeling better in three months with our remedies, go and get yourself a nice IV of targeted high octane antibiotics!"

My experience with Asyra has been mostly favorable because it has been so much faster and cheaper than traditional means of diagnosis. It specifically identified the chronic fatigue viruses "as a disturbance in the force" before the lab tests. My doctor would send me to an alternative practitioner and ask what they thought. I'd bring back the top hits on a piece of paper and he'd specifically order blood tests on those items. And you know what? Asyra is batting 1,000. The problem with Lyme is that most of the tests (except for the Lyme culture) are inconclusive (or take months for the final results). So, I wouldn't be so quick to categorize and dismiss Asyra with bra magnets or different indoor lighting. After all, how does an MRI work? How does a cat scan work? It works by imaging the body's electrical field. Is it really so hard to believe that the presence of substances in the body can cause a minute deviation in energy flow?

I've had the opportunity of watching the health decline of an ex-work colleague. What started as Epstein Bar ten years later became fibro (with other descents along the way). I have another ex-colleague who has had a precipitous fatigue decline. Each was from a different employer, but both were only willing to go to a traditional western physician or a physician that was fully covered on their insurance. On one hand, I can understand the financial realities that drive such decisions, but neither has gotten better. As a matter of fact, one is now fully disabled. In talking with each of them, I'm surprised at the lack of testing each has received. Goodness, if I had given up with the first round of tests from doc-in-the-box (HMO/PPO), I never would have discovered some of the issues my body is facing. Some doctors just look at the lab summary sheet of what is out of range, thereby completely missing items that are one or two units within the parameters of "normal". (And who can be more dismissive and self-righteous than a doctor? You only find egos like that in extreme politicians.)

I think what makes these illnesses so difficult to treat is that they do not appear to be caused by a single pathogen or virus (like HIV). Different environmental factors and pathogens can cause the immune system to become dis-regulated. In some people, this may take the form of auto-immune diseases, while in others it gets expressed differently depending upon what pathogens are involved. And once it is disrupted, it's not so simple as removing one offending item.

So, have I wasted time and money with some alternative practitioners? Yes. Have I wasted time and money with traditional doctors? Oh God yes. My goal is not to prove one tribe right or wrong, it is to get healthy, or as healthy as possible, in order to deal with this. In the meantime, it never hurts to do your homework before trying anything new. I'm betting the bra magnets don't have a lot to support them. Neither does covering your walls with aluminum foil to thwart mind control conspiracies.

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   Posted 8/15/2012 11:59 AM (GMT -6)   
No doubt there are many scams out there for some to make a quik buck on , BUT there are always new techknowlogys that arn't readily accepted but are state of the art. The "Asyra" is an amazing machine that combines many differant techknowlogys . Even though it may not be "approved" or readily accepted dosn't change the science behind it , which is truely amazing . The main technowlogy behind the "Asyra" was developed in the 1930s and 40s by a guy named "Royal Rife" its an amazing story I would go on U-tube and do a search of Royal Rife's life , there are countless videos of him and his story .Fast forward to today and combine this techknowledgy with computers and it truly is amazing . The problem is its hard for the big dogs to make money on it . This should be in every doctors office . Don't take my word for it do the research . It may not be an end all to all disease but it can be a very sharp tool in the docs bag of tools ........

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   Posted 1/9/2013 7:53 AM (GMT -6)   
I had an Asyra scan on Monday in England. I have been using homeopathy for 1.5 years and more recently a rife machine, but still needed 10-12 hours sleep every night, especially during the recent holiday. After the remedy made by the Asyra on monday I took it that night, I was up and bounced out of bed with only 8 hours sleep that night. It does not use the same range of homeopathic potencies as are common in the UK, but uses an unusual sequence of x potencies, and I had what it terms a multichord remedy, ie all the potencies in one remedy. In the scan it brough up issues I was already aware of , and other issues I was not aware of. I would be prepared to swear in court that it is a genuinely useful tool for diagnosis and treatment. I do avoid allopathic medicines, and have used homeopathy now for about 30 years, as it has no side effects and tends to make me feel better while allopathic medicines without exception, make me feel worse, even poisoned. So I am going to continue with homeopathy and Rife, using the bottle I was given by the Asyra practitioner who is qualified as psychotherapist, herbalist, nutritionist,homeopath, and asyra practitioner. It came up with the homeopathic remedy she already suspected was appropriate for me.

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   Posted 1/9/2013 7:58 AM (GMT -6)   
Sorry I meant to say- I've been using homeopathy for Lyme for 1.5 years. It was the asyra that got the dose right, as it revealed things about me that couldn't be found through questioning and observation, and wouldn't be seen as something serious until too late , by any GP.

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   Posted 1/10/2013 1:43 AM (GMT -6)   
Mamajo please understand the reason we may be a little bit skeptical about this.

I can only speak for myself, but I don't think my experience is at all unusual.

At 58 years old, I've been doctoring since my early 20's battling pain that seemingly had no direct link to anything.

In my 20's I was tested for heart disease because of the chest pain I would get, my heart was fine, it was already my fibro flaring up before I even had a name for it.

I've been to so many doctors, chiropractors, pain clinics, naturopaths, massage therapists, physical therapists, acupuncturists, etc. I've had so many x-rays I now glow in the dark, scans, MRI's, blood work. I'm careful now with my diet, avoid aspartame, and so on, and guess what....I don't feel better.

The only golden arches I've ever heard of are at McDonalds but hey, if they work, then more power to them.

When I get definitive proof that this is the next big cure, which btw, I've been searching for for years, then I'll be the first in line. Until then, I just put it down to another "Tor" ya know, the healer that George Costanza goes to see on Seinfeld and winds up a purple eggplant being rushed to the hospital. Very funny on tv, not so funny in real life.

I'm sick of throwing my money away on scams and I guess after all these years I trust no one except for the other fibro sufferers that know what this syndrome is really all about.

Maybe I sound crazy and ranty but that's what happens to someone who lives everyday in constant pain...it tends to make you a wee bit cranky! mad

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   Posted 1/10/2013 2:49 PM (GMT -6)   
Well said

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   Posted 4/30/2013 9:48 AM (GMT -6)   
I can not believe the comments from people that have obviously never had contact with or any experiance with the Asyra systems. My wife was "diagnosed" by so called real "doctors" with "fibromyalgia" and was told that with the drugs this was her "new normal". She was not willing to accept permanent chronic pain, she talked me into looking into natural medicine for a solution. We met a practitioner who has the Asyra, she scanned her for free, found her imbalances, recommended some supplements, and within 3 weeks, her "chronic" pain was gone... She has not taken her meds for over a year now, she still for some reason goes to her "doctor" and her doctor now thinks that my wife is her "miracle" patient, as she is the only one with so called fibro that is doing great. She also has not told her doctor that she is not taking the stupid drugs. Western medicine can't do half of what we have realized natural medicine can, Nothing is easy, nothing is perfect, but if you want a cure rather than a cover up, you should open your mind and actually look into natural medicine, i am convinced it has saved both my wife and I from a certain early death.

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   Posted 4/30/2013 9:49 AM (GMT -6)   
soupersue said...
Sorry I meant to say- I've been using homeopathy for Lyme for 1.5 years. It was the asyra that got the dose right, as it revealed things about me that couldn't be found through questioning and observation, and wouldn't be seen as something serious until too late , by any GP.


Tesal root tincture has proven to be extremely helpful for those stricken with Lyme disease..... Just in case you are still looking for help with this.

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   Posted 4/30/2013 9:57 AM (GMT -6)   
Me-Ouch said...
Mamajo please understand the reason we may be a little bit skeptical about this.

I can only speak for myself, but I don't think my experience is at all unusual.

At 58 years old, I've been doctoring since my early 20's battling pain that seemingly had no direct link to anything.

In my 20's I was tested for heart disease because of the chest pain I would get, my heart was fine, it was already my fibro flaring up before I even had a name for it.

I've been to so many doctors, chiropractors, pain clinics, naturopaths, massage therapists, physical therapists, acupuncturists, etc. I've had so many x-rays I now glow in the dark, scans, MRI's, blood work. I'm careful now with my diet, avoid aspartame, and so on, and guess what....I don't feel better.

The only golden arches I've ever heard of are at McDonalds but hey, if they work, then more power to them.

When I get definitive proof that this is the next big cure, which btw, I've been searching for for years, then I'll be the first in line. Until then, I just put it down to another "Tor" ya know, the healer that George Costanza goes to see on Seinfeld and winds up a purple eggplant being rushed to the hospital. Very funny on tv, not so funny in real life.

I'm sick of throwing my money away on scams and I guess after all these years I trust no one except for the other fibro sufferers that know what this syndrome is really all about.

Maybe I sound crazy and ranty but that's what happens to someone who lives everyday in constant pain...it tends to make you a wee bit cranky! mad


I hope you are finding some relief, If you can get your body in balance, your pain should be controlled as well, Natural health is all about balance, nutrition, PH, Spiritual, Vitamins, Minerals etc.... Everything must be in balance for the body to work properly. Get some PH test strips, make sure your in balance, mouth PH depending upon who's research you choose to follow could be from 6.4 to 6.75 is considered optimal, people will disagree on this, Dr. Carey Reams work believes 6.4. Once the PH is right, then your body can actually use the supplements you feed it, then a balanced diet, Digestive enzymes, vitamins minerals, and possibly other supplements, however you would need to find a qualified natural health professional to help you select the proper ones for your particular condition. My wife was severly depressed by her condition, she is doing great now, one has to have faith, and conviction to follow the plan, it will work.

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   Posted 7/24/2013 8:24 PM (GMT -6)   
Mamajo I would like to contact you if possible. Would you please email me.

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   Posted 10/30/2013 7:48 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi Mamajo,

I've searched the internet trying to find ASYRA practitioners in North Carolina but to no avail. I'm still searching though. Could you possibly help me out? It appears the ASYRA web site is currently under construction. That is, if I have the correct web site.

I've had EAV testing done in the past and am convinced it's the closest thing I'm going to get to help me discover what's going on in my body that shouldn't be. I've been sick for 14 years now due to an abrupt, devastating sickness that my integrative doctor (and myself) believe is Lyme disease along with typical & non-typical co-infections. I know for a fact what some of the co-infections are and EAV testing definitely picked up on them. However, I would like to have another EAV session(s) done using an ASYRA system.

Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.

Scott

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   Posted 3/31/2014 6:14 AM (GMT -6)   
Diligent One said...
Hi Mamajo,

I've searched the internet trying to find ASYRA practitioners in North Carolina but to no avail. I'm still searching though. Could you possibly help me out? It appears the ASYRA web site is currently under construction. That is, if I have the correct web site.

I've had EAV testing done in the past and am convinced it's the closest thing I'm going to get to help me discover what's going on in my body that shouldn't be. I've been sick for 14 years now due to an abrupt, devastating sickness that my integrative doctor (and myself) believe is Lyme disease along with typical & non-typical co-infections. I know for a fact what some of the co-infections are and EAV testing definitely picked up on them. However, I would like to have another EAV session(s) done using an ASYRA system.

Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.

Scott


Scott,

There are doctors that specialize in Lyme. There is one in SC and one in VA. As for ASYRA I do know someone that does this out of Charlottesville, VA. The problem with conventional conventional doctor and Lyme disease is the CDC guidelines. If you have the Lyme test then the Western blot you will show positive but the CDC states you do not have Lyme unless the Western blot shows so many bands of one set or so many of another set. However a Lyme specialist will look at which bands are positive despite the CDC and will treat. Some will treat by symptoms alone. Trust me when I say a trip to VA is definitely worth it to get treated. Dr. Cathryn Harbor inn Lexington, VA 540-463-2882. If she cannot fit you in ask for a recommendation of another Lyme doctor closer to you. These doctors are not cheap but well worth it if you have Lyme or mold exposure. As for the Asyra if you come to VA let me know and I will put you in touch. My daughter had positive Lyme but not CDC guideline positive. She is being treated for Lyme and two co-infections. She went to the Asyra tech and it hit the Lyme square on without the Asyra person knowing she had Lyme. It picked up the secondary infections as well. It also picked up other things we have medical documentation on. The two treatments together have made a world of difference in her 16 year old life. Just an FYI some people with fibro may very well have Lyme. They are finding you do not have to have a tick bite with a rash or a bite at all to get Lyme. Get checked as Lyme can affect your mental capacities. There have been cases of people being institutionalized due to untreated Lyme that caused severe mental illness. Good luck Scott. Feel free to contact me.
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