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PLEASE READ. Lyme disease, Babesia, systemic Candida 12 May 2016 16:00 #52215

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Hello everyone and thank you for taking the time to read my post. Currently I am very sick due to Lyme disease, Babesia, and systemic Candida. I am 20 years old and I have been sick since I was 15. I have gone through vigerious courses of antibiotics including oral meds and intravenous treatment as well.

My battle with the medical community is a relevant story but a long one. I am willing to answer any questions about it. I am here asking for help. Despite all of the medication I have taken, my diseases and symptoms run freely while I feel like there is nothing I can do. I have researched the MMS drops and what protocols serve my needs, and I have also viewed quite a few testimonials from other MMS users who said that MMS saved their life and helped them taken their power back from their illness.

According to what I've found from research I need protocol 1000, 2000, 3000, the enema protocol, bath protocol, and the female douch protocol. I think that the protocol I have at home is protocol 2000. I looked online to find the other ones I need, and I am having difficulty finding a safe and trusted site where the protocols are clearly labeled. If anyone could direct me to what I need to get, I would be so grateful.

Also, if anyone has any words of advice or comfort who has had/have the illnesses I named and has treated them with MMS, my ears are wide open. I feel lost and powerless, but not hopeless. Based off of what I read I have faith MMS can help make me better. MMS gives me hope, and with guidence and direction I think I can do this.

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PLEASE READ. Lyme disease, Babesia, systemic Candida 12 May 2016 19:13 #52217

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Also, I did a search for "mmstestimonials lyme" on YouTube and here is the result:
www.youtube.com/results?search_query=mmstestimonials+lyme

A few notable videos on MMS and Lyme disease that came up in the search, posted below

















Make a habit of two things:
to help; or at least to do no harm.
Walking is man's best medicine.
Everything in excess is opposed to nature.
-Hippocrates, Father of Western medicine
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PLEASE READ. Lyme disease, Babesia, systemic Candida 12 May 2016 19:49 #52219

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Hi Amber,
I am a longtime Lyme sufferer, and I also had to treat quite a lot of people suffering from the disease. I just wanted to tell you that recovery is indeed possible, and with MMS helping, very likely. For many patients, the simple 1000 protocol was enough, even if it often had to be maintained for a whole year in order to prevent relapses.
However, most patients, especially the critically infected, required a more energetic approach. The problem with Lyme is that the problem is not just one bacteria infecting you: there is a whole bunch of co-infections, viruses, parasites, heavy metals that help each other survive anything you might throw in their faces. Luckily MMS can clease most of them, but they often wreak havoc in your metabolism, triggering the proliferation of molds, which in turn spread toxins, etc....
It can be sometimes quite disheartening at times, you're gonna have respites and relapses, and sometimes you might think you did it all for naught, but in the end, if you keep the faith, you will prevail.
On a more technical note, I recommend to go for a 2000 protocol, add some diatomaceous earth, and use the time off MMS to build up on micronutriments (it is kind of a tradeoff, since Lyme eats them too, but I found the reward to be worth the cost). You might need to tweak it a bit here and there as the disease will adapt, but it is a good start.
Keep in mind that for all its adaptability, the borrrelia genus hates consistently a number of things: heat (hot baths, saunas, etc..), alkaline environments, and oxygen( i.e. sports). It won't kill it but it can hurt it, and every bit helps. And assume you're in for the long run, at least a year.
It might be shorter than that, some people recovered far quicker, but I was told by my grandfather to hope for the best, expect the worst, and be prepared for anything. It served me well against that germ from Hell.

On a more optimistic note, I dabbled in many treatments for Lyme, antibiotics, herbs, essential oils, radio waves, you name it. Didn't try cannabis because it still is illegal in my country. Anyway, nothing gave me the rate of success that MMS gave me. So not only are you on the right path to recovery, you are also on the best ;)

And I wish you all the best from now on. :cheer:
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PLEASE READ. Lyme disease, Babesia, systemic Candida 12 May 2016 23:01 #52222

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Thank you so much for sharing. I really appreciate it! Just one question, what are micronutriments?

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PLEASE READ. Lyme disease, Babesia, systemic Candida 12 May 2016 23:02 #52223

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Thank you for taking the time to share! I appreciate it.

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PLEASE READ. Lyme disease, Babesia, systemic Candida 20 May 2016 20:32 #52284

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Sorry for the delay.

Micronutrients (sorry, micronutriments is the french version of the same thing, translation typo on my part) is a catch-all term for elements that are needed in our diet, but in relatively small amounts if compared to macronutrients like proteins or fats.
Lyme tends to take the lion's share of most micronutrients you ingest, especially, but not limited to, zinc, magnesium or manganese (most bacteriae tend to subsist on an iron diet, but nooo, this lady has more refined tastes), and tends to gnaw on very specific proteins like collagen, myelin or immune growth factors, which can seriously reduce your stockpile in essential amino-acids. Some people just compensate by having a very micronutrient-rich diet, full of organic, raw food, but sometimes pills can, or have to, do the job.

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PLEASE READ. Lyme disease, Babesia, systemic Candida 20 May 2016 21:02 #52285

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Okay, thank you so much for clarifying. What would you suggest I do? I already take magnesium and zinc.

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PLEASE READ. Lyme disease, Babesia, systemic Candida 21 May 2016 17:00 #52290

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Well it depends on the person, the germs that are present in your body, the amount of damage the disease has already done, etc.... Multivitamin pills are never a waste, but I found them more effective when I double the dosage written on the box.
I used to be very low on magnesium, and sadly too much magnesium orally can lead to... consequences. So I bathe at least every other day in epsom or dead sea salts in order to get a correct amount through the skin. As an added bonus, Lyme really hates the heat.
I have a friend who eats one or two centenarian eggs per day and swears by it, but it can be a bit heavy on the liver.
If money isn't an obstacle, powered pearls are also an incredible source of micronutrients, but the caps are often hard to come by.
Anyway it often has to be custom-tailored to the patient, so a nutritionist might be of more help than I am.

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PLEASE READ. Lyme disease, Babesia, systemic Candida 23 May 2016 09:29 #52311

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Hi HariSeldon
i am a lyme patien for long time , and i am in mms from 2007 , but
i disconnect it in 2009 and again start in 2012 , from 2015 november till
now i am taking mms , 8 dose per day , but i am moving from 1 drop to three
and again , but all togather i am ver satisfay ,
in 3 drops per dose i always get leg cramping ,from last 3 months i am
adding msm to my diet , two hours after last dose . and my health jamp up .
it is first time in this froum somebody talking abut micronutrient . and i get interest
to know more . please , can u give me advise . and can multivitamin help me more .
as i am a weak person due to long time fighting with many infaction in my body .
thank u so much for ur kind reply .
Parvin
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