Well...I spent two hours at my LLMD's office.
He said it sounds like serious toxin build up as well as candida. So, we are starting with Nystatin since I can't tolerate Diflucan and he said I definitely have to tackle the yeast that's ruining my digestive system! Also, I mentioned to him how valium helps me immensely, and he prescribed Zen (Gaba). I just took two pills. he said I could take 3 or 4 or more if I wanted since natural things are usually not as strong as pharmaceuticals. We'll see.
I told him I don't think I'm ready for the PICC...I need to reduce my toxin load more first because I can barely think straight today. It's probably the worst it's ever been. I thought I was going to forget who my own mother was while I was in the car with her. And my emotions were seriously out of whack. One minute I was telling her I didn't want to go and was ready to jump out of the car, and the next I was bawling into my pillow. Then I took the valium and was much better. I told my mom this is because things in my brain are misfiring and valium slows all of that down. Surprisingly, I went into the office and the doctor said almost verbatim what I said to my mom about this happening. This is when he suggested the Zen supplement.
I have to believe that it's the Flagyl doing a lot of butt kicking right now because I didn't feel thid bad before the Flagyl pulse started.
I brought the list of viruses that I had posted earlier about, and he ended up testing me for HSV 1 & 2, EBV, Cytomegalovirus, and Parvo Virus. I also got retested for Lyme and he said since most of my stuff is neuro, he really thought a Bart test was necessary. So....almost $700 later, I am home now.
He suggested something called the Lymphstar Pro. Heard of it? It's supposed to get deep into the lymphatic system to rid toxins. My doctor has done it himself as well as his wife and he said he lost 3 pounds overnight! He said he has had 15 patients do it too and they believe it can actually lessen the actual bacteria load too. Then he suggested bioresonance energy/testing. He said that it can really tell you some crazy things about your body that may not even be detectable in blood work. My mom and I were quite intrigued, and I think I'll be doing both of these things very soon.
Well...I'm off to do more research about all of this stuff!
My mom called me a medical dictionary today, LOL. Ah, the things we learn from being sick!
Post Edited (CajunGrl) : 7/15/2009 2:48:11 AM (GMT-6)