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Lyme and protocol 1000 plus, rash, exhaustion. 03 Apr 2016 17:14 #51733

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So sorry about your bad news. Take care of yourself. The beauty of MMS is that is is always there waiting for you, you don't need a doc RX (God forbid that should ever happen). Looking forward to hearing from you and any progress you are making.
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Lyme and protocol 1000 plus, rash, exhaustion. 03 Apr 2016 19:21 #51735

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Gordon, when you begin taking MMS2, start with just of few grains of Calcium Hypochlorite. As you can tolerate, add more until you are taking the full recommended dose.
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Lyme and protocol 1000 plus, rash, exhaustion. 03 Apr 2016 20:17 #51737

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Gordon, yes, I am well on the way of recovery from a quite serious case of Lyme disease, and I agree with you with the use of the word MSIDS, since Borreliae are only a part of the problem. I think your strategy is sound and I also recommend the use of the protocol 2000, with a constant liver detox to reduce the risk of a Herx. Be very progressive with the introduction of MMS2: I had to stop it twice for wanting to go too quickly. Even with MMS, it takes a very long time to clean the house, so be patient.
Personnaly, I think the enema are very efficient, sometimes a bit too much (Herx problem again), so maybe use them later in the treatment. I am especially fond of the bath protocol, with hot (41°C) baths being the best: you kill the pests under your skin, and the toxins are pulled out of it without having to go through the liver. And Lyme hates the heat, as a bonus.
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Lyme and protocol 1000 plus, rash, exhaustion. 20 Apr 2016 01:55 #52004

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I don't know if this is what you have, but before I heard about MMS I was diagnosed with Psoriasis. The dermatologist did not know what causes it, but I have read that it is a liver problem. So it would make sense to detox the liver slowly and avoid a severe herximer reaction. I found that my problem was related to how much corn syrup sweetener I was ingesting. Corn Oil too. When it got really bad I could not eat corn chips or potato chips at all, or I would have an outbreak. I would wake up bleeding from scratching in the night. You don't wake up enough to realize that you are scratching, so it gets really irritated and raw. And the itching is almost unbearable.

So first aid is an ice pack. do not use soap to bathe. Do not get shampoo or detergent on your skin, and of course avoid all chemicals on the skin. Cool water only. Hot water will only aggravate the condition.

Also wear loose clothing and stay out of the heat. Sun does not help either.

As far as a treatment, the dermatilogist gave me a prescription of C-SAL ACID 3%BETAMETH DIP 0.0:#60

This is mixed with vaseline at the pharmacy. This stuff is probably a steroid, but it saved my sanity.

And I am not a doctor, but that is just my 2 cents worth.

So after you get some relief, you can still do the MMS and eventually detox your whole body which is what is causing the itching, but right now it might be good to see a good dermatologist for some first aid.
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Lyme and protocol 1000 plus, rash, exhaustion. 12 May 2016 23:26 #52224

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Thank you so much for your reply. Unfortunately I had a sudden death in my family and had to travel to the other side of the globe stopping completely my MMS after just one month. Interesting the itch is almost gone, barely there, my legs healed. Your description though matched almost perfectly my symptoms. Scratch till you bleed, no matter what...yes. I do plan to restart MMS soon and see what happens. I am also going to see a new dr in June who specializes in Lyme and see what he says. Sharing every little bit of info helps, so thank you again.
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Lyme and protocol 1000 plus, rash, exhaustion. 16 May 2016 17:21 #52248

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My sons found out they have had Lyme for years and other co-infections along with everything else that goes along with late stage Lyme. They take things to help keep the liver flushing and they had to go Very slowly with MMS. They have probably been taking it for about 8 months. One of them is up to 8 drops a day and the other about 13. They will have days of bad herxing and will have to back down a drop or two, but they never stop and then they work back up again. They can only get to feeling so bad because they have to work. They mix their drops in 24 ounces of water and drink it throughout the day. In our experience we don't feel enough is said about if someone is really bad they may have to go really slow. When my son received is results from the Lyme his Lyme doctor said he had not seen levels that high in years, so it could be because he had so much going on in his body. He would herx so bad we had to call the squad different times.
Has anyone else had to move this slow?
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