After reading Moodylyme's story, I am seriously concerned. This is a big blow to the future.
What happens if Lyme and coinfections are "healed"? It is difficult to totally eradicate these bugs. But if someone is in remission then is that safe?
I totally aim for completely eradicating these bugs. It is foolish to leave the enemy behind alive. It will come back in future, after 5 10 20 years, waiting for the right time, weak immune and some stress to trigger it. Is total eradication possible?
Lyme is mini AIDS.
Many LLMD's call it 'remission' not cured...because it is thought that our immune system is dealing with them...but they're not totally gone.
i know several people (in my
location) who have been in remission for years...and their lives have gone on without having to worry about
a relapse. Three of them just moved on...and believe they are 'cured' so don't really pay attention to keeping their immune system strong. I hope they don't relapse. A fourth one is a teenager and caught it quite early on but undertreated with a week of abx. That was a year ago...so far everything is good. I am worried about
Another one has been in remission for over a year now...and she is very conscious of staying healthy - fairly strict diet now, reducing stress in her life...etc.
I'm still working on getting this disease into remission.
What protocol did these three use? How long did it take?
Can these WB bot Igenex, DNA connexion etc tests can be used for eradication verification? ART/energetic testing can help a bit.
I just don't think it is smart to keep any of these infections alive in the body. These really are billion-year-old predators, who survive with manipulation and deception.
They have no legit reason to be in the body, not in any count, not 1, not 1 million. Good bacteria and harmless bugs don't manipulate and deceive; they help, modulate immune etc.
Leaving behind any bug means leaving back door
open for major sickness when in future there is some stressor.
Leaving them behind means possibly spread them in the family, small chance of spreading to wife husband, kids.
They can cause cancer and other diseases, even in small number hiding in some corner they can mess with the DNA and cells and produce cancer.
These bugs adapt to treatment, abx, herbs, today they will keep their head down, and after 10 years they will rebel with greater force when the time is right for them.
It is a predatory game, can't leave the enemy alive, can't slack.
I am still at the beginning of my Lyme war since I discovered it last month, waiting for more tests results to come back. I need a clear idea of the threat landscape, and then carefully design strategy for each of their strengths and weaknesses.