I’ve posted on her a few times before and I was hoping to get some feedback.
I became completely housebound with chronic Lyme disease 7 years ago. Right after I graduated college I moved across the country and that’s basically when everything went downhill for me. Then I just kept pushing myself until I got sicker and sicker and eventually I couldn’t even work anymore. My major symptoms are the exact symptoms from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Anyway, I’ve been seeing Dr. H in Hyde Park for the past 5 (or more) years and I’m not getting ANY substantial results. Ironically, I think he somehow was able to treat a lot of my coinfections, but overall I just seem to be getting worse. (I now use a wheelchair for mobility and I have the worst lyme neuro issues imaginable. I can NEVER think straight).
I’ve decided I’m going to switch treatment styles but I can’t decide on what to do. I do know that I’m going to take a break from oral antibiotics. I also know that I really want to focus on whole body healing. I’ve been looking into hyperthermia clinics as well as the Sophia Health Institute. I really like the extensive testing of the Sanoviv Hyperthymia clinic in Mexico (as well as the overall success rate for hyperthermia treatments seeming to be higher), but I’ve also always been drawn to Dr. K’s treatment approach.
As a random side note, my extreme neuro issues started when I started the vital plan (I literally feel like I’m drunk/on drugs ALL the time). I tried going off of it for over a month to rule it from being an allergic reaction, but they never subsided. I actually had a long red line going down my spine from the base of my head from that protocol/when my extreme neuro issues started last fall. I think the herbs in that protocol stirred up my neuro lyme.
I went on Buhner’s protocol after being on the vital plan for months (literally would not recommend the vital plan to anyone, the herb doses are extremely low and it was just a huge waste of time for me) in the hopes it would help my neuro lyme since the herbs seemed to be what caused it to fight back in the first place. I’m on it now and while my sleep has greatly improved, I still waiting for changes in my neuro symptoms while currently considering other treatments as well. I'm at the point where I'm researching clinics and trying to figure out what's best for me.
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