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daisyrlb
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   Posted 6/29/2010 9:28 AM (GMT -6)   
Part 1 of this thread is titled, "Hansa Center ***UPDATE***". The thread is 6 pages long and includes these dates 1/13/2010 - 6/28/2010.

GWB chronicles his Lyme Journey and subsequent visits to the Hansa Center not knowing what lay ahead. daisyrlb (his wife) has also shared from time to time. More recently, she has chronicled her Lyme relapse and her decision to follow the Dr. J's protocol as opposed to starting abx for the third time.

If sharing our "journey" helps someone else along their path to healing from Lyme and Company...regardless where this thread leads...then our purpose has been accomplished.

To read Part 1 www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=30&m=1690780

Part 2 continues...

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   Posted 6/29/2010 4:31 PM (GMT -6)   
I believe sharing your journey will help others as when I share my own journey with Dr. J's protocol it helped and continues to help many which gives me great joy!
 
Denise
It's all about the Immune System mixed with a large dose of Positive Thinking and Detoxing Daily!
 
This song is about my years with chronic lyme since 1995 and being in remission for over 4 years:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ds81S61UvPA
 


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   Posted 6/29/2010 6:31 PM (GMT -6)   
Aw shucks Gary,
 
Funny, I remember that thread you started before January asking about alternative treatments (Cowden, Buhner, and another) and I said to myself "I guess he never heard of Dr. Jernigan"..  So I simply responded..  Fate? No, I don't think so.  It was meant to be..  smilewinkgrin
 
I'm just so darn happy that you are doing so well, I truly am! 
 
Denise


It's all about the Immune System mixed with a large dose of Positive Thinking and Detoxing Daily!
 
This song is about my years with chronic lyme since 1995 and being in remission for over 4 years:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ds81S61UvPA
 


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   Posted 6/29/2010 6:46 PM (GMT -6)   
Oh Patti, you are such a sweetie!!   How are you doing?  I'm still waiting to get a cheaper lab price for my hormone testing panel (yeah, the darn lab wants $500.00 which I think is nuts to test my saliva!)..  So now I have been researching saliva hormone testing.  I think I may buy a white lab coat for myself when I do my research, LOL!  Yeah, I'm nuts!
 
Denise
It's all about the Immune System mixed with a large dose of Positive Thinking and Detoxing Daily!
 
This song is about my years with chronic lyme since 1995 and being in remission for over 4 years:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ds81S61UvPA
 


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   Posted 7/3/2010 10:04 AM (GMT -6)   
I continue to do very well on Dr. J's protocol. Most days I have no symptoms at all. However, yesterday, Friday, July 1, I woke with a slight headache and a few flu-like symptoms. I did my Hydrogen Peroxide/Epsom Salt/Ginger Bath and all the toxin symptoms disappeared. They've not been back either. (I do the detox bath Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings faithfully.) The bath really works! BTW, per Dr. J...when doing the bath DO NOT stay in longer than 20 minutes max!!

Some have inquired on other threads, "What exactly are the toxins?" To quote Dr. Klinghardt (from his conference, "Lyme and Other Chronic Infections" December 2009), "It is not the bugs that make us sick, but it is their "poop and pee".  It is the substances that they send out to subdue our immune systems that make us feel ill." Yuck!!! Does that encourage you to move forward to detox or what?!

As Deejavu says, "Detox, detox, detox."

Not related to LD, but something I'm sure you'll be interested to know as it relates to my total body, mind and spirit healing...but first let me back up and share:

December 2003, I had thyroid surgery. As a result the laryngeal nerve was damaged which caused my right vocal cord to become paralyzed. My voice tone quality went down, I haven't been able to sing; but worse, from time to time I have laryngeal spasms. When that happens I can't breathe! (I've heard you can actually go on YouTube and watch a person have an attack, although I'm not interested in doing that AT ALL! Having one of my own is bad enough. LOL, kinda.) Medically there is nothing that can be done to help me.

Anyway…

Reading Dr. J's book, specifically reading how his daughter was healed–her legs had become paralyzed after becoming ill with West Nile Virus–I wondered if there was any hope for me. After thinking about it, and praying about it for a while, I contacted Dr. J. He was very optimistic as he's seen others healed of various paralysis…

I made an appointment and in March 2010, I was treated by Dr. J at the Hansa Center. I continued treatment at home which involved homeopathic remedies among other things. I have not had a Laryngeal spasm since starting treatment! I noticed my voice was changing and becoming better in tone, more like my voice prior to that surgery. I was talking with my sister-in-law (she had no idea I am being treated) and she actually told me my voice sounded better, more like she remembered! I then shared with her about my treatment.

Yesterday I was driving and listening to K-Love. "Amazing Grace" (Chris Tomlin's) came on the radio and I wanted to sing so bad, so I tried. WOW! I did! I was able to make all the notes!!! (After the surgery, and for all this time, I have only had one note.)

My voice was soft, but I was able to sing.  It was awesome!!!  It's been 6 1/2 years since I really sang! And I sang with happy tears streaming down my face.

O, how I thank God, Dr. J, and American Biological Medicine!!!!

Post Edited (daisyrlb) : 7/3/2010 3:27:38 PM (GMT-6)


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   Posted 7/3/2010 3:34 PM (GMT -6)   
Dr. J posted a very interesting blog this week titled, "Can Lyme Disease Be Cured?".

I've copied and pasted the beginning of the blog plus included the link below so you can continue reading it,

"The question of whether or not Lyme disease can be cured is a recurring question that is asked every doctor who is faced with a person suffering from the disease.

The term 'Cure' is almost taboo in the healing arts profession. No doctor that I know of is willing to say they can cure any illness…especially not Lyme disease.

Before we just say an absolute 'No' that Lyme disease is incurable lets see.." MORE CLICK LINK

davidjernigan.blogspot.com/2010/06/can-lyme-disease-be-cured.html

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   Posted 7/3/2010 4:55 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi all,
 
My son is 13 and is doing the 2 week protocol at the Hansa Center.  He has one week to go...
 
The first week went okay.  I understand everybody responds at there own pace.  If my son could have one wish it would to have his stamina back.  He said he can handle the pain, but not the fatigue anymore.  He has had pain, fatigue, and everything else that goes along with lyme for 3.5yrs.  His lower back and tailbone have been the worst of the pain.  After a week at the hansa center, he no longer has some of the joint pain that moves around or the lower back and tailbone pain (lower back and tailbone pain was for a solid 2 yrs)  He still has the burning in his calves, fatigue and a few other issues.
 
We are looking forward to seeing more healing next week.....
 
I will update at the end of next week.

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   Posted 7/3/2010 5:44 PM (GMT -6)   
PacificNW

I just got up from a little nap and was getting ready to send you an email. I noticed an email from Healing Well and it was your post. So glad you posted an update for us all to read about how your son is doing. I'm sorry that his progress hasn't been as fast as you and your son were hoping for. It's different with everyone, some respond quickly some respond slowly. But the fact that he is making some progress is a good sign. I am confident things will only get better next week.

Rhonda and I continue to pray for your precious son everyday and trusting that he will leave there next Friday feeling much better. Some people leave there feeling great and continue to get better as time goes by, others leave there feeling good but continue to make progress over the next few weeks and months as they continue with the protocol at home. The important thing is that he continue to make progress which I believe he will.

I am confident that by next Friday your son will be doing much better after some more treatments, therapies and I'm sure they'll come up with some additional remedies as well. I'm curious, has he done the infrared sauna? How's he able to handle that? What about massages, is he getting those daily? Bet he likes getting Melissa's massages. :-)

Tell him we are are thinking and praying for him. We're looking forward to getting an update from you next week!

Gary

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   Posted 7/3/2010 6:35 PM (GMT -6)   
Gary,
 
Thank you and I too believe he will start feeling better soon.
 
This is what my son likes in order:
 
1. Dr. D.J( he loves dr. D.J), but he will see Dr. J next week.  They are both great doctors.  My son has seen so many doctors and specialist and a llmd in the past 2.5 years that he never really wanted to see anymore, until Dr. D.J..He was so kind and funny.  My son trusted him and could really open up with him and that is a plus.
 
2. Message- "the messages are so relaxing and help me feel so good".  Melissa is great!
 
3. Infrared sauna-"I just like it", he says.
 
4. Lux machine-"I like the music too".
 
5. foot bath-"the toxins are gross"
 
6.ST8- "it's boring". but he plays his i pod games during this time .
 
The staff are very kind and big hearted people.  My son can't wait to go again next week!  He wants to take Dr. D.J. home with him to the Pacific NW!
 

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   Posted 7/3/2010 7:34 PM (GMT -6)   
Your post puts a smile on my face! I totally agree with your son about # 5 and 6. The ST-8 is boring but it's a powerful healing tool. Tell him that I said the gross stuff coming out of his body is cleaning his innards and will make him all clean inside. Tell him I said it tastes pretty good too! smilewinkgrin

Dr D.J. is great. A great listener and very patient. I bet he's good with kids, he loves sports too, so if your son is a sports fan I'm sure they hit it off pretty good.

Tell him to tell Melissa that I miss her massages. She really is the best! I went to a massage therapist here in town not long ago and she about broke my neck. I was in horrible pain for three days. Never again going to her! Melissa has a gift like no other massage therapist I've ever gone to. Seriously.

He'll like Dr. J too. He's funny and has a good sense of humor.

I agree with you about the staff, they became like family to us. On our last day there it was hard to say goodbye to all of them. They really are special caring people.

I pray you and your son have a wonderful, relaxing Fourth of July weekend.

Gary

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   Posted 7/3/2010 8:15 PM (GMT -6)   
Gary,
 
I passed the information on to my son about the message you had in town.  He thought that was so funny because he has had a few horrible massages in the past at our hometown(one lady gave him a headache and really hurt him).  He agrees that Melissa just has a way about her messages that are like no one elses.  tongue
 
U and Rhonda have a nice weekend too!
 
                        turn

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   Posted 8/2/2010 10:14 PM (GMT -6)   
I continue to do well on Dr. J's protocol for LD and Co. Between the remedies and detoxing I'm feeling really good.

Actually, I want to share about something else that I'm pretty excited about.

If you've read above 7/3 at 11:04 AM...I share that Dr. J is treating my throat and share more specifics as to how. Anyway, in 2003 I had thyroid surgery that left my laryngeal nerve damaged resulting in my right vocal cord becoming paralyzed.

I am so thrilled because my voice quality is improving, people are noticing.

Get this--yesterday, my grandson said to me, "Grandma your voice is better! I can tell your voice is better!"

Folks, he is six years old! I've not talked with him about my voice. Of course, I was so curious and had to ask him, "How can you tell?"

He told me, "You can talk louder."

That was so thrilling and funny too. No, I wasn't yelling at him. As it turned out, we were playing a game with a hover flying toy, things got kind of exciting, and I hadn't even noticed I was talking louder. (In the past my voice has been soft, and I have "physically" not been able to talk loud.)

American Biological Medicine...it really is working!!!

Dr. J has a new Website Blog that I think is quite interesting www.drjerniganblog.com/

That's if for now. I'll be back with more updates as to my progress ie: LD and throat.

May the path you have chosen lead to your healing...body, mind, and spirit.

Blessings,
Rhonda

Post Edited (daisyrlb) : 8/2/2010 10:17:24 PM (GMT-6)


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   Posted 8/13/2010 9:46 PM (GMT -6)   
It's really great reading gwb's (my husband's) posts. I learn so much myself! I am so proud of him. Living with him and seeing first hand his improvement; well, I'll just say, "It is great to have my Gary back!!!" Our family is a lovin' it too!!!

Wanted to share the latest with me. I, too, am thankful that I'm improving and the best part--I have very few "off" days.

Saturday, August 7, I woke drenched in sweat, tired, and dragged myself out of bed. My lower back hurt, had brain fog, air hunger, and felt nauseated. My hubby and I had a commitment that I really wanted to keep. After moving around, taking a shower, I felt some better and was able to keep that commitment. In the afternoon when we arrived back home I laid down and slept four hours.
 
Sunday, August 8, I was still tired, sweaty, had the back pain, and air hunger. The brain fog and nauseousness were gone. I decided to add an extra hydrogen peroxide/epsom salt bath to my regular routine. After the bath the back pain was gone and has not returned. (No remedies on Sunday as Dr. J has his patients skip remedies and supplements one day a week…for me it is Sundays.) After church we joined family for lunch at a restaurant. When we arrived home I took a three hour nap. Since waking up my symptoms are gone, with the exception of sweating and air hunger.

Overall I feel good and my energy level is better. It's been a good week.

Since starting Dr. J's protocol I have had ONLY four days or so that were not that good. That is amazing when you consider I was sick, almost daily, when I was being treated with abx.

Later this month, Gary and I are going to the Hansa Center for "tune-ups"…will have our remedies BRS tested and changes made to our protocols as needed, get some heavy duty detoxing done, also gotta have Melissa's massage!

Labor Day weekend we have plans to fly to Florida to visit our son, his wife, and our two granddaughters again. Life is good--Thank God!

Will keep you posted.

Blessings,
Rhonda

Post Edited (daisyrlb) : 8/13/2010 10:21:39 PM (GMT-6)


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   Posted 8/29/2010 9:35 PM (GMT -6)   
Hansa Center my two day "tune up" August 24-25, 2010.

The atmosphere at the Center feels more like walking into a friend's house than walking into a doctor's office. This helps calm people and alleviate concerns/fears imagined before arriving. The staff is very warm and joyful, while at the same time professional.

When GWB/Gary and I arrived there were hugs all around. It was wonderful to meet HW posters: KKD/Keeley and lita31/Lisa...precious, beautiful women. It is so nice to put a face with the name! It was great meeting the other patients too.

Anyway...let me catch you up to speed since my last post...

In July we were at a conference in Las Vegas for ten days. The day we were to fly home I woke and felt pain in my chest. It wasn't too bad at first, however, by the time we arrived at the airport it was a lot worse, plus I was short of breath. I ignored it until I became nauseated. That's when I told my husband. I started sweating and had chills. Became tired. My left arm and left hand became numb. Then my right hand. I did not feel well and, try as I could with my best poker face, I couldn't continue to hide how bad I felt. OK, so airport personnel called 911.

Paramedics started IV, gave me four baby aspirin, nitro tablet, and did an EKG. (I hated taking those pills!) ER bottom line…after a heart attach was ruled out...the doctor said I probably had either an ulcer or gastritis and wanted to give me a proton pump inhibitor which I refused.

Long story short, we arrived home and off and on I had some stomach issues but didn't think too much about it. Then August 21, the Saturday before my visit to the Hansa Center, I had the worst stomach pain in my life! I can only describe it as looking like I was six months pregnant with twins…and they were boxing all day. I did take some gas-X…and that finally helped.

I shared the above with Dr. Jernigan. He felt my stomach/abdomen and found that I had a hiatal hernia. Mini-lesson: The diaphragm separates our lower organs from our heart and lungs. There is a hole in the diaphragm where the esophagus passes through. A hiatal hernia happens when the stomach/part of the stomach passes through the opening in the diaphram and moves upwards. This can cause various issues including putting pressure on the heart and lungs. (In the ER the doctor never did touch my stomach or abdomen.)

Dr. Jernigan did a procedure, several times, where he pressed on the middle of my chest and then pushed down until he got the stomach back to its proper position. The results were immediate; I could literally feel the difference. And I have not had any problem since. (You can google about hiatal hernias and specifically that procedure...I found it interesting to read about.)

I look forward to sharing more about my recent "tune up" at the Hansa Center next time.

As always, we do appreciate your prayers.

Blessings all!

Post Edited (daisyrlb) : 8/29/2010 9:43:57 PM (GMT-6)


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   Posted 9/15/2010 4:10 AM (GMT -6)   
Any more updates? :)

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   Posted 11/3/2010 5:34 PM (GMT -6)   
Finally an update and I'm excited to share the good report!!!!! They say that time goes by fast when you're having fun...and that's the truth...so...sorry we haven't been back to post sooner.

Gary shares, "I hit a plateau...then during my "tune-up" a few months ago at the Hansa Center, Dr. J recommended I see a biological dentist...which I did...and I do believe that has helped with my continued healing. I am 75% better overall. In the mornings when I wake, I am a little slow moving around at first, but nothing like a year ago. After a few minutes, and a detox bath from time to time, I'm ready for my day. We've been enjoying life...including three trips to Florida to visit family...and I'm back to working full time."

I am thrilled to see my Gary doing so well! He is a totally different man than he was last January. We've made many great memories with our family and friends this year and look forward to many more years of the same. It's great!!! Although Gary says he is "75% better overall" he has days that are grand...there is no other word to describe those days. Last Sunday was one of those grand days. The day started out early, he preached (filled in) at a local church for a pastor who was away, then out to lunch, arrived home and he got caught up on stuff around the house, plus he took both cars to have them cleaned inside and out.

As for me, I am doing great! All of my symptoms have totally disappeared except, from time to time, I am more tired than I'd like to be...thankfully most days I have good energy...and there are rashes that come and go, however they don't bother me. The most amazing thing is that during my treatment I have not suffered like I did when on abx and I have my own mind. WOW! I'm so thankful!

I have learned a lot since 2003 when LD and Co. first entered my life. The biggest thing I've learned is that it takes--PULLING OUT ALL THE STOPS--to combat this horrific disease. I had seen two MDs, two LLMDs and was treated with abx (was sicker than a dog, and at times, sicker than a pack of dogs), got better, only to relapse again and again. Thank God for leading us to the Hansa Center (especially thankful for those He used to enlighten us to alternative options).

From my experience, taking just a pill is not the long term answer for beating LD; the body must be built up to a level of integrity so that it can function optimally, the way God designed it, then it will be able to combat not only LD but anything that comes its way.

The results of-PULLING OUT ALL THE STOPS-doing everything I can to give my body (mind and spirit too) what it needs...from supplements and remedies from Dr. J, to healthy food and water, to detoxing, to exercising, to thinking happy/positive thoughts/focusing on truth/reducing stress, to praying and everything in between is paying off.

It does take discipline. There is a saying from the Good Book that reads, "No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it."

The discipline, the life-style changes...some have been easy, some have been harder...the harvest of right living and peace...make it all worth it!!!

If you have not yet read the very first post on Healing Well, "New to Lyme? Start here" don't wait another day. Very informative! Here's the link:

www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=30&m=1606610

We appreciate everyone's concern and prayers for us...the prayers do make a difference!

Thank you friends!!!

Post Edited (daisyrlb) : 11/3/2010 5:38:50 PM (GMT-6)


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   Posted 11/4/2010 3:24 PM (GMT -6)   
Daisyrib,
It is so good to hear that you & Gary are in such a good place. I am thrilled that the two of you have regained control over body. Thank you for all of the kind things you have said about all of us here!! I couldn't agree more with what you have said about how to heal from Lyme & Co.!!

I am sure that God will use you & your experiences in amazing ways. May God continue to bless you both!
Trav.
Blessed are we who can laugh at ourselves, for we will never cease to be amused!!!! :)

"Absence of proof is not proof of absence" - Dr. Edwin Masters, great LLMD & researcher -RIP
Trav

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   Posted 11/5/2010 7:09 AM (GMT -6)   
Traveler, Thank you for your kind comments. It feels great to feel great. I was telling Gary yesterday morning that I felt better than I've felt since 2003. WOW!! I'm so grateful!

For those who want to know more about the Hansa Center here is a link to the website,
hansacenter.com/

Many people are following the at-home protocol (probably the most famous one on HW is Deejavu/Denise...who was very instrumental in Gary going to the Hansa Center in the first place)...anyway...the at-home protocol as outlined in Dr. David A. Jernigan's book, "Beating Lyme Disease" (Second Edition), subtitle, "Living The Good Life in Spite of Lyme". The key is FOLLOWING the COMPLETE protocol. It incorporates a well-rounded approach to healing...not just taking a remedy or pill. Folks, it's working!

Healing blessings to all.

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   Posted 11/5/2010 7:40 AM (GMT -6)   
Thank you for the update! I'm doing pretty good right now, not 100% in terms of pain and dizziness from time to time, and some other things, but my plan right now is to do Dr. J's at home protocol (I have his book) if I'm at the same place several months from now or if things start getting worse again. One of the biggest things that help me right now whenever the pain/dizziness gets worse is the detox footbaths. It is just so wonderful to hear how great both of you are doing, and we all so much appreciate you sharing your journey of what helped you both! It is just surreal to find ourselves in this position of having to figure out for ourselves (or our children) how to get better - we can't rely on "regular" doctors to even understand this much less treat us the way it needs to be treated, and people who aren't affected by this don't have a clue what THAT is like!

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   Posted 11/15/2010 1:02 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Tala,
 
Glad to know you are "doing pretty good right now..."
 
The detox really helps me too....among other things...the am/pm dry skin brushing and hydrogen peroxide/epsom salt detox baths really help a lot.  I'm so glad I learned about detoxing.
 
A new place has opened in our city that has an infrared sauna, and my hubby and I are both looking forward to doing that for the added benefits.
 
It does seem sureal that we are placed in this position of figuring out what to do to get better.  Good thing there are those who point the way (like on HW).  We do need to take resposibility for our own health and if something is not working then it just makes sense to check around and see what other options are out there.  After all, no one is going to care more about our health, or the health of our family member(s), than we do.
 
Have a good day...think happy thoughts!
 
 

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   Posted 1/3/2012 10:17 PM (GMT -6)   
Happy New Year 2012! An update...finally! yeah

Surely 2011 had less days in it than most years smilewinkgrin It did go by so fast, and it's hard to believe no posts on this thread in over a year—although GWB and I have both posted from time to time on other HW threads.

I've continued on the protocol...and...

Early Summer 2011, I was symptom free! In Dr J's book he says that when you are symptom free for two months straight, then you can go off the protocol. I was just getting ready to stop the protocol. It was towards the end of the Summer, while playing outside with our grandson, I was reinfected, had classic symptoms, even the bulls-eye rash. Missed some work...yada, yada, yada.

Using Dr. J's book like a text book, and having a good sense for my body, I doubled up (the way it is explained in the book) on certain remedies. After three months I was symptom free again. I continued for another two months symptom free then stopped. I have been off the protocol over a month now and I feel great! turn

In addition to the protocol, I know that many people have been praying for both GWB and me...so I must thank my God for His healing touch, after all, He is the One who designed the body to be able to even heal.


As for GWB, I'll let him know that it's his turn to give an update. I will share that he continues to improve. His protocol now includes being treated for parasites. Plus recently he was diagnosed with Adhesive Disease (related to two surgeries he had years ago).

Bottom line—we are both active, enjoying life with each other (SO THANKFUL GWB IS HERE WITH ME, we weren't too sure about that December 2009!), enjoying our family, friends, church, working full time, and very excited for all God has planned for 2012.

Thank you all for your well wishes, positive vibes, and prayers throughout the years! All of the same back at you and quadrupled!

Blessings,
Rhonda

PS: Came back to add...GWB and I both continue with drinking water, doing the Hydrogen Peroxide/Epsom Salt Detox Baths (I do 1-2 a week), Dry Skin Brushing daily AM and PM, Drink Greens, "Coffee" (hee hee), Exercise and do the other stuff to build/and keep the Immune System strong. No Sauna yet...we want one!

Post Edited (daisyrlb) : 1/3/2012 9:54:08 PM (GMT-7)


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   Posted 1/4/2012 1:08 PM (GMT -6)   
Happy New year , Rhonda and Gary.

How did Gary find out about the parasites?

What kind of test?

Is this something NEW or was he previously treated for parasites?

Was it Dr. J who discovered parasites?

What meds is Gary taking for parasites?

You sound really good. Have a wonderful year.


love
bucci
20 yrs of doctors . DEC. 2009 tested positive for lyme, bartonella, ehrichiosis, HHPV6, chlamadyal pneumonia .
parasites :strongylides, diaoebia fragialis, hook worm.

Hep C ....fibro, rhumatoidal,depression,

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   Posted 9/1/2012 5:14 AM (GMT -6)   
I'm bumping this old thread up for people to know they do have other options if they are suffering from taking abx....
Symptom-free for 6 years ~ used Dr. Jernigan's protocol.

Our bodies are wise as they can heal themselves, all one has to do is nourish them properly. Thus it's all about the Immune System mixed with Daily Detoxing and a dose of Positive Thinking!

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   Posted 9/1/2012 7:30 AM (GMT -6)   
Thank you for bumping this up.  Very interesting.
 
Patty  xo

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   Posted 1/7/2014 7:38 PM (GMT -6)   
bump for Lymebabe to read.....
Totally healed for 8 years ~ used Dr. Jernigan's protocol from his book "Beating Lyme Disease"

Our bodies are wise as they can heal themselves with a some help plus detoxing daily. I come back to help others for others helped me when I was sick. Pay it forward! :-)

http://javuviews.wordpress.com/2013/04/24/how-i-became-better-from-chronic-lyme/
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