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Re: Another vicitm


The jury is still out on my lyme diagnosis as you can see for yourself I posted a topic concerning the results of my lyme test. I tested positive indicating I am harbouring the pathogen within my system. The complications of chronic lyme are numerous as you will see from web research. Symptomology is complicated, sometimes transitory and difficult to explain.

To give you my honest opinion right now and a strategy specifically in relation to EC is difficult. Considering I do not have a formal diagnosis from a western medical practitioner it would be foolish of me to rattle off my theory at this stage. As I said I will update the board when I'm comfortable.

A word of advice though, if I was you I would move away from the theory that the EC can be left alone to heal by itself and I would get lyme tested immediately. Lyme will not be found from a routine blood test as it needs to be specifically looked for, this requires specialist testing.

Daniel Miller is one person in a sea of faces. I've already debunked his particular strategy from personal experience but it's not for me to say to anyone else they are wasting their time. I always got the sense from watching his videos that he is essentially a good hearted guy and he doesn't deserve any sort of personalised attacks from someone like myself. How do I explain how he cured his EC? Well, I suspect this all lies within the subject of immunology.

Whether this is a contact allergy you can decide for yourself, from your own observations. For me, sorry, the hygiene products, food and lifestyle choices have no bearing on my EC. I suggest you research and if you find your EC becomes particularly worse after contact with a suspect substance it may be worth considering eliminating it from your environment. Between you and me though, contact allergic reactions are few and far between, they are noticable, as upon exposure you see large amounts of swelling due to the bodies aggressive histamine response. In most cases here typical EC does not show this typical swelling. I would take a good guess in saying contact allergic reactions have no relation to a typical person's EC, none whatsoever. Of course I did think this for a time, but I've been struggling with EC for a long time and learnt from experience.
 

 
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