I of course did it for my own benefit. Being able to actually see the difference makes it easier to accept / know where your at. I actually am surprised how little the video shows in improvement, it feels way better. But that's the reason I kept documentation of it.cheerleader wrote:Really glad you documented it.
I of course can not "credit" it to anything specifically, except all the things I have done. The item that has recently made me feel more in control, is that my only known trigger for a relapse is an infection, and Tamiflu appears to limit/control those. Makes me feel considerably less answerable to this disease.cheerleader wrote:Do you credit this to your exercise and supplement program?
DIM, I have been off LDN for a number of years. I am on 80mg Lipitor. I try to take 2x100mg Mino (for its anti inflammatory properties, not for infection, and I cant say I notice when I skip it, just extra insurance). I take a LOT of supplements; Inosine, D3, Turmeric, Omega 3 (high DHA). Lots of others, but not as regularly. I have been off the ABX regimen for a while as after over 2 years, i kept on having relapses. The above seems to be a big oversimplification to me, but its the major chunk of it.DIM wrote:what's your current medication, still on LDN, simvastatin and antibiotics?
Trust me, I have been delayed by more than one person saying they could, wait, then no. What is your credentials? a sonographer? neurologist? vascular specialist?gibbledygook wrote:ps. My quack is dragging his feet over the doppler scans...so much for my GP saying it would be easy.
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