Confused with Illness .... does it sound like MS???

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Confused with Illness .... does it sound like MS???

Postby KimTN » Sun May 27, 2012 4:38 pm

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Re: Confused with Illness .... does it sound like MS???

Postby bartman » Sun May 27, 2012 6:55 pm

If you ask an MS doctor they will tell you MS. If you were bitten by a tick twice, and you saw it and know it, you have Lyme disease which consists of Lyme, Bartonella and Babesia and takes a very very very long time to treat and get better. Have you done any antibiotics yet? do you know what a herxheimer reaction is? Have you read Dr. Burrascano's guidelines? Have you seen an LLMD yet (lyme literate medical doctor) ? There is no cure for MS. It's just a matter of time before Lyme + co infections is identified as the culprit for MS. These infections are stealth infections that are impossible to eliminate. You treat until you get better. Nobody has just Lyme disease...it's the coinfections of bartonella and babesia that make it horrible. Find a good doctor. Here is why....If you start with MS medicines and you do have these infections you will only make yourself worse, they are hard enough to beat on there own, suppressing your immune system and allowing it to disseminate will just make you more miserable. There is absolutely no science that says any of the MS medicines actually do anything. Lyme test are notorious for being inaccurate with a 60% false negative results. Unbelievable but true. MS mimics Lyme, they have the exact same symptoms. One is treatable and most get better, the other has no cure and is a 35 Billion dollar industry. There is only one group of medicine that has ever cured anything...Antibiotics! FYI, I think its the bartonella that is causing you all your trouble, I personally had many of your symptoms and Bactrim DS + Zith + Doxy + Tindamax helped me the most.
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Re: Confused with Illness .... does it sound like MS???

Postby KimTN » Sun May 27, 2012 7:18 pm

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Re: Confused with Illness .... does it sound like MS???

Postby MScrusade » Mon May 28, 2012 12:20 am

i think you maybe turning into a werewolf :O, no no, in seriousness, i've only been diagnosed with MS for about 8 months, but it's something i've had for my life i didn't even know it was possible to contact it through a bite, out of your list of symptoms i've only had two, the bruised fingers and swollen nodes sound quite a lot like gout to me, I'm no Doctor, was only a student nurse, but do you eat a lot of oily foods?
try not to worry yourself too much with MS, it's a terrible illness, and apparently expensive (thank god for the NHS) but the tysabiri medication on it's own i think costs near on $3000 a month,if your doctor thinks he can score that kind of money he wont hesitate, so please f ocus on your lymes first and if everything comes clear then it may be time to look into other possible illnesses corralating with those symptoms
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Re: Confused with Illness .... does it sound like MS???

Postby KimTN » Mon May 28, 2012 8:28 am

MScrusade wrote:i think you maybe turning into a werewolf :O, no no, in seriousness, i've only been diagnosed with MS for about 8 months, but it's something i've had for my life i didn't even know it was possible to contact it through a bite, out of your list of symptoms i've only had two, the bruised fingers and swollen nodes sound quite a lot like gout to me, I'm no Doctor, was only a student nurse, but do you eat a lot of oily foods?
try not to worry yourself too much with MS, it's a terrible illness, and apparently expensive (thank god for the NHS) but the tysabiri medication on it's own i think costs near on $3000 a month,if your doctor thinks he can score that kind of money he wont hesitate, so please f ocus on your lymes first and if everything comes clear then it may be time to look into other possible illnesses corralating with those symptoms



Right ... guess I'll pick "the lesser of two evils" for now! Be well! ;)
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