8 mos now and cured of my lyme and bart.

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Martha's Vineyard
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   Posted 8/25/2009 3:23 PM (GMT -7)   
Many of you already know me and have supported me...thankfully. I was healed doing alternative medicine at a clinic in Scottsdale in Az. called Envita. For those on the forum that cannot afford to go there I feel awful. I am only posting to the new kids who do not know anything about the place.
I am also letting my old friends that it worked for me. And that I am fine now...going on 8 mos.
I did two treatments out there. I was a stage three alzthemiers person when I got there. And bumping into walls and with a mirgrain and a constant fever of 101. And in alot of pain. All over.
I was a piss aunt when I got there..but they put up with me and I love them for it!
They have a web site envita.com to tell you more.
Many have so many questions. It is a long story..but the cliff notes are this. They work on boosting up your immune system. And they also have a heavy detoxing program to rid the body of mercury and pesticides and all of the other stuff that ones body retains and stores through life. Guess at 46 my jails were full of all of this stuff. I am not a Dr. only someone who got lyme many times and it brought me down and ruined my life. For the last 6 years...I was like an very old lady. Looked great but could not function. That is the thing about lyme..we do not look sick.
They do a 2 hour consultation with you and if you do not go in with blood test from igenex then they run them. It takes two weeks to get those. So go in prepared.
Many have alot of co-infections so everyones treatment is different for them.
What makes me sick to my stomach and so sad is that our insurance companies do not pay for it, now do they even think that there is cronic lyme.
I don't get it, because it is cheaper for them to get people well and out of bed in 6 weeks than to pay for all of the 35 Dr.s that do not get us better.
It is upsetting indeed.
But it is great to know..that hey...there is a cure that works out there. And they also treat people with cancer who did not have good results from chemo and radiation.
It is very clean and beautiful. It is run by many MD's and a ton of nice nurses. It is a very nice facility. I was happy about that. I moved into a hotel there in AZ. It was very hard to miss my kids school year. But I was unable to care for them in the end.

Martha's Vineyard
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   Posted 8/25/2009 3:44 PM (GMT -7)   
Oh....this procedure requires a surgical port in the chest with a long open ended cathader.
It went from 2 hours a day...to the harder part that was 6 hours hooked up. It is best that someone has a family member to help them.
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