Yes, I don't plan to do all that stuff that dr. K is doing. I don't think is about
thinking of himself and not the patients. And if doing it yourself, it is not that expensive because a little 1 oz bottle probably cost me about
$2 (although I think it is much less that that, I haven't calculated it)! Big difference if you buy it! I think his patients are very ill and he covers a lot of things in his protocol. Some of his patients can't take ANY abx because they have other issues or the abx failed them. Many of his patients have been sick their whole life--they were born sick because their moms were infected or had high toxicity load.
He says in one of his videos that he feels so bad for his autistic patients because he feels they should be covered by insurance. He talks about
how his families had to sell their homes in order to get their kids well. Some of them have a lot of issues with detox and he detoxes them orally, through suppositories and lots of IM injections.
So, he feels this is not right, but this is the way he got them well. He speaks at a lot of autistic conferences and the mothers of his autistic patients go to these conferences. So, those moms, desperate to get their kids well, put their kids' health above their finances because... the mainstream health care system treats the symptoms, NOT the causes. And I am not saying his protocol is for everyone. But it may be for those that can't get better NO MATTER WHAT THEY TRY. That's why it's my plan B. It is not as much work as you think to make it, though. Maybe an hour per day... And if one is out of options, it may be worth it...
I don't think he makes that much money because he sees his patients every 4 months and he charges according to his videos, about
$450 per session. BUT, his patients have so many issues that some of them are in wheelchairs, unable to hold their head up or talk. What is a mother going to do? Yes, some of them spend tens of thousands of year on treatment. And if my kids were so sick, I would do the same. Pick my house over my kids' life? I think not... And if mothers tried every doc in the mainstream and got no where, what else could have they tried? I don't know... Maybe you don't have kids... He would be my last trip if needed because he is across the country... Otherwise I do not plan to have him as a doc.
***Ok, so if you take vit D, then I would agree that that sour smell would might mean that you are detoxing somehow. I think it's great to get it our of the system, although I am sure not so pleasant for you to deal with. So I would see it as a sign of progress. I would just watch out for candida and continue to do what you are doing. Maybe increase your probiotics to prevent it.
I'm sorry you are going through this. None of us should have to :( We should be treated and the insurance should pay.
Also, from what I've read, I'd agree with mr. mike: those drenching sweats may be from babesia--but I don't know if they would smell sour? Something else is pulled out with them, which I think is a good sign, you want all the bad stuff out.
Keep up the good work! THe sweats will help you detox so I feel you are making progress, but make sure you drink some water if you lose a lot of liquid from sweats so you don't become dehydrated, which can cause lots of problems.
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