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by X-member
Sun 15 Aug 2010 21:52
Forum: General Health
Topic: Elevated Heart Rate Over Time Significant Risk Of Death
Replies: 30
Views: 8963

Re: Elevated Heart Rate Over Time Significant Risk Of Death

Hello again Spanky! :D

Let's see, so if you have had "a proper initial treatment" after 2 years from the start of the disease, then you think it would have been enough with only one month treatment?
by X-member
Sun 15 Aug 2010 19:39
Forum: General Health
Topic: Elevated Heart Rate Over Time Significant Risk Of Death
Replies: 30
Views: 8963

Re: Elevated Heart Rate Over Time Significant Risk Of Death

Spanky, you wrote: And see, that business about not getting the proper initial treatment...just keeps getting funnier and funnier...I sure can see how some thing that is so damned funny... I am sure it would have been better if you have had "a proper initial treatment" before your Lyme became harder...
by X-member
Sat 14 Aug 2010 23:32
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: Chronic Lyme: Belief over Science
Replies: 19
Views: 2025

Re: Chronic Lyme: Belief over Science

Good answer!

Thank you, Spanky! 8-)
by X-member
Sat 14 Aug 2010 20:27
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: Chronic Lyme: Belief over Science
Replies: 19
Views: 2025

Re: Chronic Lyme: Belief over Science

Answer to Spanky: What is "post-infectious syndrome"?? I am sure they still don't know! And what do IDSA (or other not-so-very-good-experts-in-chronic-infections) say about CWD/L-form? And placebo effect don't show improvement in blood tests. I have such proof too! ;) No physician has ever told me w...
by X-member
Sat 14 Aug 2010 18:11
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: Chronic Lyme: Belief over Science
Replies: 19
Views: 2025

Re: Chronic Lyme: Belief over Science

I believe that some chronic Lyme patients are not recovering because the treatment of their symptoms is in fact the cause of their symptoms. Their symptoms are being induced by their medical 'care' - the medications, supplements, protocols and other therapies. I have only been better, and I have no...
by X-member
Sat 14 Aug 2010 17:46
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: Chronic Lyme: Belief over Science
Replies: 19
Views: 2025

Re: Chronic Lyme: Belief over Science

I say 3 things: 1. Chronic infections cause immune deficiencies! 2. I can prove that my avatar image is from my own blod, since it is a smear (that I, of course have saved), and therefore it is easy to check the blood on it with DNA, or someting else. 3. I can not do any studies, but I can defend my...
by X-member
Sat 14 Aug 2010 15:33
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: Chronic Lyme: Belief over Science
Replies: 19
Views: 2025

Re: Chronic Lyme: Belief over Science

I do not "believe", I know that I have chronic (=of long duration) Lyme! And it is easy to prove, because I still have the bacteria in my blood! Se my avatar! This picture (from my blood) was taken after 3 years of (oral) treatment! I have to add, that I am immuno deficient! And of course long term ...
by X-member
Thu 12 Aug 2010 14:39
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Safety of IV antibiotic therapy of neurologic Lyme disease
Replies: 20
Views: 5795

Re: Safety of IV antibiotic therapy of neurologic Lyme disea

I am sorry, Martian, but i got "the feeling" that someone didn't know this, and used it to say "it can't be right" that more women in that specific age have those problems.

The subject is (of course), about the safety of IV therapy.
by X-member
Thu 12 Aug 2010 14:17
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Safety of IV antibiotic therapy of neurologic Lyme disease
Replies: 20
Views: 5795

Re: Safety of IV antibiotic therapy of neurologic Lyme disea

Someone wrote earlier: Quote RR " The patients were largely middle-aged (mean 41 years) women (141 women vs. 59 men), plugged into some manner of i.v. device for an average of 118 days. (Interesting sex ratio. According to the CDC surveillance data, men and women contract Lyme in about equal numbers...
by X-member
Thu 12 Aug 2010 0:46
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: Acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans
Replies: 16
Views: 19390

Re: Acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans

http://www.centuryinter.net/tjs11/bug/blot1.htm#n6 Patients with ACA shed Bb DNA post treatment: Aberer E, et al. Success and Failure in the treatment of Acrodermatitis Chronica Atrophicans (ACA) skin rash. Infection 24(1):85-87 1996. ACA is a late stage skin rash usually attributed to Borrelia afze...