I tried All Day Chemist, but they won't sell me anything without a prescription. I tried getting Disulfiram through them, but no luck. I've not heard of the other online pharmacy but I will check it out.
What you call on phone? lol Just add the antibiotic you normally do on ecommerce site, leave prescript
ion part blank, and check out using E-check. If you use credit card, someone from that pharmacy will most likely steal the numbers, it's common because the country is quite poor. But it's well worth the risk as we're talking about
your health. If reliablerxpharmacy doesn't work, hit me up through my email, and I have another one.
You're right, I need to stop messing around with herbs and unproven mumbo jumbo and get something in me that actually works. I've wasted a fortune on herbs and supplements and I am going down hill very fast.
Well don't throw them out whatever you do, combining something like cryptolepis with simply doxycycline for 6 months can go a long way if you have babesia...
Chances are you just need something that gets deep within the tissue, crosses the blood brain barrier, etc... Herbs just have a poor chance of doing that for the most part, but they can work!
When I had Bartonella pretty bad 2 months ago, sida actua and houttuynia just wasn't cutting it for my heart palipations, tremors, neuro symptoms. Just a quick change with bactrim/omnicef and I saw relief instantly. Bartonella can affect valve endocarditis of the heart. Chances are the herbs weren't reaching deep enough into the tissues of my body where my heart is. And I know neither sida actua and houttuynia is getting across the blood brain barrier very well. These are things you have to factor in, which as I suspect many of these forum members aren't factoring in. But again, it's their choice to go on herbs, problems come in with these pro-herbalists start saying antbiotics don't work and they're unsafe, then threads like these are started wondering why Stephen Buhner is saying this.https://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=30&m=4148772
The majority of chronic lyme patients get better on antibiotics, the Under Our Skin documentaries have shown that, why it's still so questioned still is beyond me, there's a lot of disinformation and misinformation out there. While I still like Stephen Buhner and Dr. Rawls, they can write very persuasive articles and information deterring patients away from antibiotics.
If you do read what Rawls says, he specifically states antibiotics knock the numbers down. So again, it's quite obvious antibiotics are the best in the beginning. As you progress, your immune system comes back, and you don't want to affect any of the healthy cultures in your microbiome, that's when you can try going on solely herbs.https://rawlsmd.com/health-articles/antibiotics-cure-lyme-disease
Dr. Rawls said...
The antibiotics knock the numbers down, but the bacteria still get into your tissues, and if your immune system isn’t strong, then that is not going to be enough. And repeat doses are just going to hit your normal flora hard enough that it can really make you worse off instead of better.
I still see numerous posts of forum members using houttuynia, sida acuta, a-bart solely for bartonella in the beginning and they're wondering why they're not improving. I've seen numerous posts just in the past week, it's just way to risky counting on herbs if your infection is full blown and your immune system is down. One patient said she's going to end up in the ER and her CD 57 was in the 20s or something, I tried to help...https://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=30&m=4151337
The weight is still falling off me, I've been totally depersonalised for more than 4 years and am barely able to get out of bed or do anything at all. Not much chance of working out. I'm almost bedridden now. I didn't sleep at all last night because of the excruciating pain either. I can barely see, I'm dizzy and nauseous most of the time and I'm hardly managing to eat either. Seizures, you name it.
We've all been there, there was a like two whole years I couldn't do anything, but soon as I felt better, I made use of that window and capitalized on it. And that's what you have to do... Antibiotics will
open up some windows for you eventually, it may take a year or two, maybe even a few months, but you should capitalize anytime you're feeling better to just walk around your apartment or house, just a cheap bike or treadmills is great.
If you can, you might want to think about
starting solely with disulfiram right from the start at low dosage, alldaychemist has it, that way you don't effect your microbiome, see where it takes you. Dr. Lewis suspect if you don't kill off any of the healthy microbiome in the beginning, it could speed up treatment tremendously and increase chance of remission.
Yeah, I won't be bothering with any more herbs or alternative medicine. My symptoms are far too severe and the infection is too longstanding for any of that to work for me. No one is getting another penny out of me for any of this new age stuff. It might work for some but it's doing absolutely nothing for me at all. I'm 46-years-old and I've had this for at least 14 years - possibly longer and with no treatment at any point.
Again, you can always add them in together, when you're on a break from antibiotics, or down the road, so don't get rid of them. I heard someone reaching babesia remission by just using alinia and a-bab together, which was a genius protocol to do.
If they won't give me Disulfiram I will ask for Minocycline and whatever else I can get. I sure won't be giving up without one last fight.
Doctors are douchebags, they want to act like there's so many bad side effects to antibiotics yet they hand out opioids and xanax like candy. They're complete hypocrites... There's people with acen that take antibiotics all their life.
Then they bring up the antibiotic resistance thing and creating super bugs, you know what's creating super bugs, the corporate farming industry both cattle and fish. With fish farms they place them in the ocean in large nets, douse the with antibiotics and all sorts of other drugs, creating resistance and super bugs. And they do the same thing with cattle on the farms. No one ever talks about
this because these farming corporations have lobbyists to sway politicans and stop the truth from coming out on overuse of antibiotics and herbicides like Monsanto's glyphosate. These corporate farming companies are responsible for a lot of the problems within the environment, yet citizens are always to blame.
It's not good sign when lyme patients are suing the CDC/IDSA for taking side of health insurance companies of blue cross over the health of chronic lyme patients. https://www.courthousenews.com/insurers-accused-conspiring-deny-lyme-disease-coverage/
It's the reality of what's going on and this is the reason why we're not getting the treatment we need.
And don't get it twisted, I'm still a huge advocate of herbs and supplements. I don't know where I'd be without herbs like cbd oil for pain, tumeric for autoimmunity and inflammation, magensium glycinate for anxiety, and stevia and xylito for biofilms. Even cannabis/marijuana..
It's hard to notice any difference if herbs like turmeric or stevia are working, while cbd old and magnesium the results seem to be instantly better for certain symptoms. But I think the science behind herbs like turmeric speak from themselves.
A lot of evidence showing turmeric/curcumin can prevent parkinsons and some of the other brain wasting diseases, as India has the lowest rate. So if you have those white brain lesions, from what I remember wasn't you that said that in a post? Sorry if it wasn't... Something like turmeric would be a must with your antbiotics. Again, you probably won't feel a difference, but longterm, I think the benefits are there. Along with others like Vitamin D, B12, Probiotics, Digestive Enzymes etc...
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