From my understanding herxheimer is a medical "condition" and can be "diagnosed" as such by a medical professional that understands the condition.beatms wrote:What if the what you claim to be progression and/or exasperations are actually herxheimer reactions or symptoms of die off, and necessary for the body to go through in order to get better?
1. Because she was getting worse over a long period.beatms wrote:How do you know with absolute certainty that the antibiotics that Sarah took simply stopped a herheimer reaction or healing process, due to overloading her body with die off?
I personally dont know about sinusitis. But if abx's stop the healing process, then I am guessing that after some time on ABX's they would become/bounce back worse. How long does that take? And when you say they "feel" is it a medically measurable improvement (such as an MRI)? I would like to know the answer to these two questions, they are not rhetorical.beatms wrote:This could be the same reason why a lot of people "feel" better taking antibiotics during sinusitis, because the body may just stop the healing process.
You appear to be contradicting/hypocritical yourself here, as you appear to be asking for MORE from those on abx's than you require from yourself; what happened to "absolute certainty"? (sorry, that one was ... )beatms wrote:I can personally say, that I believe I've stopped a "herxheimer", "die off", or "healing crisis," when I have taken supplements.
Not phase III, but there is PLENTY of evidence as to what happens to those with MS who do nothing. We do have plenty of case examples for multi abx regimens for other conditions such as lyme, gulf war condition etcbeatms wrote:Furthermore, has anybody here found any long term studies indicating the safety of these regimens?
Furthermore, has anybody here found any long term studies indicating the safety of these regimens?
I like reading your posts. I feel inner peace reading what you have to say.
This is only because you annoy the hell out of me.
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