Feeling discouraged prayers would be appreciated

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Sarahjane09
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   Posted 5/19/2018 10:26 PM (GMT -6)   
So I’ve been flared up pretty bad today with my period starting. And just really struggling emotionally with how Lyme has effected my life. It’s just such a hard place to be I know you all can relate and some are going through worse than I am. The hardest part for me is his the loneliness. Feeling like your on your own in this and that scary thought in the back of your mind saying you may not ever get well.

I want to believe I will heal from this and have a full life but days like today after a really bad month it just hurts. I wish to have energy and be able to spend time with friends and family whenever I want. I hate all the constructions and how controlled I feel by this illness. I just want the freedom that a 26 year old should have. I just really want to see the light at the end of the tunnel and know that I can do this. I wish there was a quicker way out but I know there isn’t.

Thanks for reading and prayers would be very appreciated

sgirl11
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   Posted 5/19/2018 10:59 PM (GMT -6)   
I got you girl. You're not alone. Keep your hope, you will get better, and you're going to come out so much stronger. You're in my prayers tonight!

gerdy
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   Posted 5/19/2018 11:15 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Sarahjane09,

Sorry you're having a bad time. You're not alone in this. Everyone in here has gone through some or all of what you're experiencing.

I have to tell you this. I believe strongly now that I'm going to be completely healed and I've had this lyme thing along with celiac forever at least since childhood and I'm 68. I don't know which came first.

I haven't been in this forum very long, only since February this year but it's been a huge support for me to be have people connect with me on things I'm going through that they've also experienced. Just know we are here and we do want to support you.

I just started treatment on May 14th. This is my 1st week. I already feel normal. It has happened that quickly. My treatment is very inexpensive compared to what I've heard from many in here, and it's not a run around going from one thing to the next. It's simple, real, efficient, and it works.

I have been sick my whole life. I only started looking to clear up the "lyme" and everything that goes with it in February this year.

I take "Lymogen" and 15 minutes before that I take "Neuro Antitox II" to ease symptoms; it helps my nerves, too. (I take 1 other thing because I'm hypersensitive.)

I haven't had a single herx and the obvious symptoms of lyme, Bartonella, and Babesia (I have these), have cleared up already. The hypersensitivity hasn't cleared yet; it's going to take some time, along with my internal organs healing.

The thing is I feel normal in only 1 week of treatment. Something is very on track with this treatment.

Loutucky
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   Posted 5/20/2018 6:17 AM (GMT -6)   
Sarahjane09, saying a prayer for you to find your path to healing.

WalkingbyFaith
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   Posted 5/20/2018 10:02 AM (GMT -6)   
Sarahjane,

I understand what you are feeling and have gone through those feelings repeatedly over the past 9 years. I'm praying you will feel encouraged and will find a way to focus on hope.

I believe there is nothing impossible with God, so it's okay if doctors don't find a cure for everyone or if I can't figure out what's going to get me well. God knows, and I'm learning to walk by faith (in Him and not myself or doctors or the government or the money I no longer have) and not get thrown for a loop so much by what I see and feel and experience and learn about because He already knows about it.

God bless you.

CAN'T GIVE UP
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   Posted 5/20/2018 4:24 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi.i know how you feel. I've been dealing with Lyme treatment for a year and a half now. Easy for discouragement to creep in. especially when treatment doesn't seem to be helping. ill be praying for you for strength and peace. God promises to restore what's been lost. Be encouraged that you aren't alone in this and hang in there!!

Sarahjane09
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   Posted 5/21/2018 9:37 PM (GMT -6)   
Thank you all so much for the support and prayers! I could feel them working. I’m doing better than I was and trying to stay positive. Just keeping taking it one day at a time. Thank you gerdy for the lymogen and other suggestion. I may try those, I looked them up and saw a lot of positive reviews for them.

gerdy
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   Posted 5/21/2018 10:59 PM (GMT -6)   
Sarahjane09,

Just know, you have support here on this forum. I believe the people here want to get better and pay it forward. It's a positive group basically. We help each other when we can.

I read Dr. Jernigan's book 1st, so I would know what to order and also have the complete protocol. It cost me about $25 plus shipping.

I'm only at the beginning of treatment and it's been amazing for me.

There's only 2 natural remedies to take to get started. You need to know if you have Lyme and Bartonella. I have both and more. So, the recommended remedy is Lymogen. Then, you need to know your main symptoms to decide which Neuro Antitox II to take. I have a variety of symptoms that are fairly equal, so it's recommended to take Neuro Antitox II "Basic" starting a week before the Lymogen to prevent reactions. It's quite relaxing. The book goes into detail about which ones are right for you.

Deejavu had other symptoms and I don't think she has Bartonella, so she started on those recommended remedies that fit her. I'm so thankful to her and members of this forum.

The remedies are not that expensive, only about $50 a bottle. I order directly from www.hansacenter.com extension 2, the book and remedies. They are very caring and helpful.

I believe Dr. Jernigan's recommendations in his book about the Rau diet are very important also. I know it keeps me on track with what to eat even though I don't follow it exactly and I do binge some.

Post Edited (gerdy) : 5/21/2018 10:12:06 PM (GMT-6)


Sarahjane09
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   Posted 5/22/2018 9:54 PM (GMT -6)   
Thanks for all the info and support! I have Lyme bartonella and babesia. I had a bad relapse of babesia recently. Do these target babesia? I’m currently prepping to do a protocol that will pulse antibiotics and I’m working toward getting off them. I’ve stopped antimalarials and am using herbals to target the babesia bc I’m herxed so bad on the meds. But I think bc I’ve had this stuff for so many years that at this point I need a break from antibiotics and need to go back to herbal route. I did get a huge benefit from antibiotics but I did think I’ve gone as far as I can with them for now.

What’s the name of the book?

gerdy
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   Posted 5/23/2018 1:58 AM (GMT -6)   
I have lyme, Bartonella, and Babesia also. Lymogen targets those and more.

Dr. David A. Jernigan's book is "Beating Lyme Disease" Second Edition, and a note at the bottom of the front cover page Living The Good Life in Spite of Lyme.

I ordered mine directly from his clinic at the Hansa Center, and also the remedies when I was ready to order them.

Be glad to help with any other questions that I'm able to answer.
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