Envita clinic in Scottsdale Arizona

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   Posted 10/29/2008 11:59 PM (GMT -6)   
I am trying to calm. I started going to this clinic 4 weeks ago. I feel better than I have felt in 4 years. I have to do this therapy for 8-10 weeks. I am so happy that this is working for me. I got a port put into my chest on my 2nd week. That was not so fun. And honestly it is not great to sleep with. It looks like this bump under my right shoulder bone. But it makes the IVs a breeze. I go in 4 times a week. I felt better after 5 days. But then I hexted for a whole week. And the surgery hit me hard. It was hard for me to get to the clinic 9 miles away from my hotel room. I wouldn't really recommend doing this alone. But I had no one who could leave their work.
. I did not know anyone in Az. Well I brought my old dog, toto.
Last week I was like a 3 year old on sugar. I am bored out of my mind. I am doing photography, working out, shopping everywhere. Reading.

I asked for a week off. I want to run home to see my kids. I am going to be able to take my kids trick and treating for the first time in so long. I do not have a fever anymore. I can walk fine. I threw away all of my drugs.

Oh but the thing that I like the most. Is that I can complete sentences. I remember big words now.
The sun does not bother me anymore. Oh and I can drive places and find my way back to the hotel. I am hungry and have this new appetite for steak of all things.
I am feeling well enough to travel home and I am going to return with my 5 year old.

The only thing that I do not like right now. Is that I am way to hipper, way too excited. I do not know how to pace myself. And I am running all around like I just got out of jail. I do not seem to know how to control my mouth or what comes out of it. I need to rein myself in. And I cry too much now. It could be because I am here all alone and home sick. Or because I am having pms. But I am very happy.

The Envita is listed on line. I had no idea of what homeopathic stuff was about. I just had to try something new. A friend of mine did it too It has made me feel like my old self. I still don't believe it.
They told me at the clinic that I can give colletal silver to my dog toto. I guess I will put that instead of water on his bowl. I ordered it on line for him. It was cheap.
Well it will be interesting to see if he can jump again and will want to eat and stop staring at the ground.
He is my buddie and it makes me cry..here I go again...to have some hope.
Hope for my girls and even my dog. oh and to be back in charge of my like. I got my life back. I sure hope that I keep it!
I got Lymes in 2004. So did my 11 mos old daughter and my favorite dog Toto.

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   Posted 10/30/2008 12:16 AM (GMT -6)   
Martha, I am in Scottsdale.  What were you diangosed with?  Do they treat Bartonella infections?  Glad you are doing so well!!

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   Posted 10/30/2008 6:05 PM (GMT -6)   
FYI: the Edgar Cayce Clinic is also in Scottsdale. I went there with my mom years ago, and it's an integrated medicine clinic with combining both conventional and naturopathic method of healing. They also have (or at least had) a shortterm residential program that was awesome. Awesomely expensive, but still awesome. :-)

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   Posted 11/2/2008 1:53 PM (GMT -6)   
Sulma: Is the Edgar Cayce clinic Dr Andrew Weils clinic? Thanks-

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   Posted 11/3/2008 5:32 AM (GMT -6)   
So happy for you, Martha! Please keep us updated on if the treatments last, or if you have a relapse. It's always great to hear good news!! Best wishes to you and your family. bablymers mom

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   Posted 11/3/2008 11:38 AM (GMT -6)   
Snake, I'm in Scottsdale too. Are you seeing an LLMD here?
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