Wow—that is an interesting statement the lung specialist made. And who would know better than a parent of a kid with lyme who is also a lung doctor? I believe him. ;)
I was reviewing some lab results and remembering something my LLMD said about
my ever-increasing Vit D levels.
And then I was reviewing an article by Kilnghardt, and he makes this statement:www.klinghardtacademy.com/images/stories/Lyme_Disease/Lyme_protocol_Jan06.pdf
"Often patients develop sarcoidosis, which is rarely recognized (11). The Lyme infected lymph nodes produce abnormal amounts of 1.25 di-hydroxy vitamin D. The client often develops marked osteoporosis (most often in the spine) along with other more typical Lyme symptoms. The blood test (1.25 di-OH vit D) will usually reveal the pathology (levels over 45), necessitating therapy with the Trevor Marshall protocol (18). It uses antibiotics together with the angiotensin II receptor blocker olmesartan –medoxomil. By adding the KMT lymph drainage technology twice/week results are often rapid and miraculous. We hope to find alternatives to the antibiotic regimen in the near future."
Chronic late-stage lyme—likely infected in 2000; Clinically dx 3/2014 w/ Babesia, tested positive for Bartonella, CDC-positive for Borellia. Multiple viruses and GI/immune treated first; started AL-Complex in May; started A-Bart and A-Bab in July; have IV port installed and started on Rosephin.
Detox: Pinella, Burbur, Parsley, Milk thistle seed, Burdock root tinctures; japanese knotwee