Category Archives: Lyme Disease Discovery

The misdiagnosis so common with Lyme and all other life altering expectations that come along with it.

However~

I may not bring it up but I always felt grateful for any discussions regarding my 13 year old Illnesses that still affect me to this day. Trust the fact that I miss being one of the people lost on … Continue reading

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Medical Mumbo Jumbo~

From the moment this health nightmare started at the young age of 31, I’ve always relied on two consistent drugs; clonazepam and low dose naltrexone. Two in which play individual pivotal roles in my personal daily survival. Low Dose Naltrexone … Continue reading

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The Last Of The Doctors~

Well, I discovered why a person should never do basic research. Google or Bing the topic in question, hit Joe or Janet Schmo opinions. If you do, you’ll feel like Debbie Downer. I know it’s hard to believe but all … Continue reading

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A Story my Girl Needed to Hear~

As we pack to head to NYC, I’ve decided to take on the treatment. I won’t know if the surgery will be radical or modified until the doctor calls. Modified is one side of the neck to back behind the … Continue reading

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Hail the Herx~

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The fun stories I promised will come…

While at work today, I thought of how I will find the perfect song and tell the ideal distracting story for all who care to watch this blog. I’d rather take your mind off this hell as opposed of reminding you of it.

First, since I value the letters of others reaching out, I would like to remind any one with the doubt they will ever feel normal again. You can. You will. IF you never stop trying.

Raven, for one-of many, knows of how MINISCULE most literature, FDA, government, and insurance companies make Lyme Disease appear to the ones who don’t know any better.

The cretinous don’t realize this condition can take your life.

However, we all know that doesn’t mean we have to give up. There is hope that things can change. We know each one of us can study, research, be our very own patient-to find what puts us in the much needed necessity of herxing. (*ALWAYS remember you do NOT want to overdo the herxing. When the blessed yet painful day arrives, suffer it out. Then, stop for three days before you continue to avoid shutting down organs.*)

I would list the natural methods (over hundred..) I attempted to treat myself with for my Lyme. Although you MUST remember each Lyme victim is different. I can only tell you what changed things for me. I don’t want to encourage / discourage you into becoming desperate to go out and purchase the entire list I worked at. If you can have the IV treatment, and not in late stage Lyme, you are on the right track.

I never had the luxury of having a decent LLMD that took aggressive treatment on me. For six straight months, I took Argentyn 23 colloidal silver-three tablespoons a day, on an empty stomach. I drank a half gallon of distilled water after each dose. Along with the much needed supplements, dry brushing, peroxide hot baths. Detox is VITAL. (..natural detoxing is the only method that works in this case.)

I know what it feels like to be tired of fighting. BUT YOU HAVE EVERY RIGHT TO TAKE IT BACK. In the end, you will be a better version of yourself than before the vampire bit you.

That little histrionic tick has had enough attention.
THIS IS ALL ABOUT YOU NOW.

Yes, if you were misdiagnosed and untreated as I was-you will most likely have damage or another situation to deal with from the aftermath. Mine being Hashimoto’s. BUT I am now in remission from the Lyme. Treated for the Hashimoto’s and have lost all my symptoms. I am working, active, clear headed, alert, & myself once again.

I am anxiously awaiting your recovery story as well.

Until then, kick back-drown yourself in some more blues-while you take your protocol-and researching — REMEMBER the day will come where you won’t want to read about Lyme any longer.

BE WELL.

“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.”
~Maria Robinson

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Hype

I could not be more tired of this. I have grown numb to the repetitive – constant – work – at getting properly diagnosed. But I go. I honestly don’t have it in me to not fight back. After I … Continue reading

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Answer?

I was going to put all this behind me, not to write a final blog on the subject..but I feel I must. If anything I can enlighten others who have questions. And, I can write and read how I got my … Continue reading

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The Test~

~Dedicated to the friends who even with their own lives to run, took the time to be concerned, loving and supportive.. who praised my efforts and changes-without dwelling on questions, who never viewed me differently than who I have always been. … Continue reading

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Perseverance~

This week I will embark upon a new journey to possibly help me in my fight. Low Dose Naltrexone. It is approved through the FDA, Naltrexone, at 50 mg to aid in drug addiction. But Dr. Dr. Bihari, who discovered the … Continue reading

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The Drug Pusher~

I waited patiently for my neuro to call with the LP reults. I waited and waited. Finally, I called him, ten days later, asking to speak with him. The minute I answered to his return call, I knew he didn’t have … Continue reading

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Part II

After my useless phone conversation with my Doctor. I miraculously went into fighting mode. I was always a big reader .. but this brought me to become a research junkie and obsessive with medical journals. I never read ‘Joe Schmo’s blog’ … Continue reading

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