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   Posted 9/20/2009 5:50 PM (GMT -6)   
  • Have any of you sent you blood to Frylabs to get tested for blood borne infections?
  • Have any of you tried the Biaxin and Plaquenil combo?
  • Have any of you tried Lumbrokinase?

I hope and pray with all my heart that each of you send you blood to in scottsdale, az.  This lab is amazing and is progressing further than any labs in the country, in respect of chronic diseases are caused by infectious agents.

If anyone has questions...let me know.  I will be glad to share my story and reasoning.  I am almost symptom free and I had basically the same symptoms as a Lupus patient.  God bless.


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   Posted 9/21/2009 10:29 AM (GMT -6)   
I was actually just thinking about the possibility of "germs" and disease connection....   I have taken Cipro before when I seemed to be flaring out of control and I felt 100% better for a long time afterwards  (pretty strong antibiotic)....
What did they find in your labs that was treated successfully? 
"There is a little naughty monkey in all of us!"
Mononucleosis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 1991, Depression,Endometriosis 1994,Costochondritis,Stage Two Dysplasia 1994,Asthma 1995,Tonsilitus 1999,Lupus Jan 2004,Migraines, Interstitial Cystitis  2005, GI Bleed/problems 2007.
Rx:Hydroxycloroquine (Plaquenil) 200mg 2x/day,Hydroxyzine HCL (Antihistamine) 25mg 1-2 pills at night,Albuterol Inhaler  taken as needed, Acidophilus tablets 1billion CFU, Cabergoline 1x/wk, Valtrex 1gm/daily, Vit D 2,000 IU daily, Calcium/magnesium supplement, Senna-Lax laxative daily.

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   Posted Today 12:24 AM (GMT -6)   

I have never had high titers to ANA or anything else.  My western blot was positive for #41. 

My mother had Lupus markers.  Dr Fry has found a protozoa in ALL of his Lupus, RA, Fibro, CFS and Gulf War Syndrome patients.

The reason I am posting is because , which is ran by Dr Fry is really onto something big.  They are publishing papers next month and the CDC has recognized this organism as pathogenic.  It has DNA of Toxoplasmosis and Malaria.  That is why the plaquenil you take helps...but no cure.  It has a biofilm called a "merot"  that harbors several other pathogenic bacteria and one other protozoa.  They are so busy, they do not have time to look at the second protozoa. 

I am just trying to spread the word...that there may be cure on the horizon.  All of our pain is caused by "infection".  There will be animal testing within the next 5-6 months to infect and find drugs to eradicate this organism.  If that doesnt drugs will be made to kill it.  Auto-immune, in general terms, is the body attacking itself....specifically an unidentified "antigen".  The body will not attack itself unless there is an invader.  For example...allergies..the body attacks the allergen.  What makes me so upset is this....we have chronic pain and inflammation from a cause that is unknown.  So...the doctors and medical society call it "auto-immune disorder".  Our bodies just basically kill themselves for no aparent reason.  How arrogant can the medical society be to think we are all that stupid and that someone will one day find a "reason" and a "cause"  to this madness.

I will leave you with this.  Dr Fry has dedicated his life to a "cure".  Tell me any other doctor in the autoimmune field that has dedicated their life to this.  He has turned me around and is helping tens of thousands, because his testing is the gold standard for chronic infectious disease.  He has found and cultured and grew one of the single most important creatures of this century.   He has 2 scientists who are full time working on this and know that their ticket will be written once the organism is finally recognized.  I am writing there is hope...not in controlling symptoms, but a cure in the near future.

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   Posted 9/25/2009 8:21 AM (GMT -6)   
Thank you for your question,as it has answered one I have had for years,I always fell better after antibiotics for years. Read something about this years ago,but had forgotten post cerebritis (memory shot ).Started on antibiotics again yesterday,am already feeling improved,fingers working.Thank you so much for info,Hope this is a blessed day for you.God Bless,Namaste Raven1954
sle since 1986, cerebritis,pre diabetic, peripheral neuropathy,mvp cataracts,degenerative disc dx. liver failure due to tylenol for to long,Meds: prednisone,inderal. synthroid,tegretol,nasonex,phenergan,dalmane,valium for fibromyl. dilaudid q8 for pain,cytoxin iv every 6 months,asa daily,albuteral inhaler,frequent antibiotics. Learning to live a differant life now, joining this has been a big step.Husband and son wonderful,but can't step inside,you guys are there.

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