I don’t know what you’ve been reading while on this forum - but I don’t see a common thread that people think remission is easy!!
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the previous claims, when I mentioned how long it can take to reach remission, then two people chimed saying remission doesn't take the long, and that there's people being cured in the 1000s... Girlie, I'm not going to sit here and constantly go back and forth, I've seen a lot false hope presented over the 10 years of dealing with this disease and a lot of outrageous claims over the years. I saw this article in my Facebook feed, didn't understand how the young lady claims to be healed and in remisison when she's only 70-80% better. Decided to post it in this thread because I thought it was somewhat relative, case closed, I know many just think you should always have a positive mindset with everything related to lyme, congratulate the girl and all, sorry seen this too many times.
Mark FW said...
One, I cannot handle all, what I feel, is bad advice being passed around. Second.. the Lyme culture is a club in itself. I no longer hold to the beliefs talked about on this forum nor the Lyme Literate community The championed LLMD's talked about are in many cases telling us what we want to hear. Many I'm sure well meaning but are playing wack-a-mole with your body. Therefore out of respect for the forum, it's best I don't participate.
People are getting cured on ACC. 100's if not 1,000's of them. All the Moderators are healed or healing.
If you're taking antibiotics for 8 or 9 years, you're doing it wrong. 18 months is more than enough to ascertain if treatment is working.
If you don't know my personality by now, I'm sort of a realist and search for the bold truth, I'm sure there's others out there that may appreciate some of the things I've pointed out.
Some just pat others on the back and just say awesome you've reached remission by treating mast cell activation syndrome, yet there's very little science to showing that this could be cause of the young girls chronic problems, considering the new science that surfaced about
biofilms and persister cells. Majority of lyme patients still aren't addressing these factors due to the amount of misleading protocols out there.
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