Attacking Lyme Pathogen-Beserker
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Contributors to this thread:
TonyBear 07-Nov-23
wildwilderness 10-Nov-23
Beendare 11-Nov-23
bluedog 11-Nov-23
Zbone 11-Nov-23
bluedog 11-Nov-23
TonyBear 12-Nov-23
bluedog 12-Nov-23
WV Mountaineer 13-Nov-23
Zbone 13-Nov-23
wildwilderness 13-Nov-23
jjs 13-Nov-23
From: TonyBear
07-Nov-23

TonyBear's Link
Finally, a treatment that will attack and kill the pathogen, just not appease the general practitioners and the limited medical guidelines for antibiotics.

https://www.cell.com/cell-chemical-biology/fulltext/S2451-9456(23)00340-9

10-Nov-23
My BIL has it, would be life changing to find a cure

From: Beendare
11-Nov-23
Interesting, thx- I will forward this to the 2 people I know with advanced Lymes

From: bluedog
11-Nov-23
I find this interesting...thanks for posting it.

I've dealt with advanced Lymes for a couple years now I guess. Sometimes not so bad, sometimes damn I'm a lightweight. Kinda slips my mind I've got it and think it's just being old and other stuff. But the Lymes has been damn near a back breaker at times. (Did 30 days antibiotic oral, 30 days daily IV and again 30 days oral.. didn't accomplish much really.) At this point bearing with it is all I can do. I am 76, glad I didn't get it when I was young at least.

Thanks again, it's encouraging development.

From: Zbone
11-Nov-23
"I've got it and think it's just being old and other stuff"

Yeah, same here was treated for Lyme disease probable 8 or 10 years ago but only had the 30 day antibiotic oral treatment... It started with the bullseye tick bite, but I haven't been really right since... Sometimes my joints ache and my knees crack every time I stand up and my feet are usually killing me most of the time and having a hard time getting up from the ground but contribute it to being overweight and old age, but have been thinking for a while maybe it is due to the Lyme disease...

From what I gather there has not been a lot of information for a cure... I'm not sure, but think if you contract it, it'll always be in your system... Does anybody know if that is true?

"a treatment that will attack and kill the pathogen"

The article was too technical for me to understand... So is this treatment going to be able to kill it if it's been in your system for years?

From: bluedog
11-Nov-23
Z... I've been told you'll test positive for years after getting it, making it impossible to tell for sure if it has been beaten.

I never had the bulls eye... just felt terrible for over a year. Kudos to my Doc, she included it in a bunch of blood tests second time around and was as astounded as I was at the results. Concerning weight, I wasn't heavy just out of shape around 195 - 205. Completely lost my appetite and scared hell out of my wife and my medicine woman when I dropped to 148 - 150 last March.

Started force feeding eggs for breakfast even though not hungry Doc determined I was starving myself, not enough protein and all.. eating regular again and weighed 176# this morning. About where I want to be with the muscle mass loss I've had.

Discovering they were right when they told me getting old was not for sissies. LOL.. ahh well could be and will be worse some day.

From: TonyBear
12-Nov-23
I am a Lymes survivor for over 30 years. I don't make that statement lightly.

From: bluedog
12-Nov-23
Something I'm really regretful of.......

My brother in law's brother's wife has had it for maybe 20 years. Totally debilitated her. I always kinda sneered and thought she was milking it...... until I got it.

My bad, I'm ashamed. Not one of my better moments.

13-Nov-23
I’m a blessed man. I’ve been through a lot to be healthy currently. Lots of mishaps. Sone self inflicted. Sone are just a part of life. But, through all of it, I will completely say without hesitation, I never have recovered from Lymes disease. It’s a bad deal.

From: Zbone
13-Nov-23
Does anybody know if this cure posted in the beginning will be available over the counter or by prescription?

13-Nov-23
According to the article it is just a test of concept, which actually worked. Probably 7-10 years out to get to an actual “drug” or therapy to test in humans.

From: jjs
13-Nov-23
Lost a 34 yr old on almost 8 yrs ago do to Lymes IV Vacomysin treatment reaction, took himself out of the hospital against orders and was found pass away by his home work station that morning by his brother, he was having A-fibs prior discharge and caused of death was a RX accident reaction. It was his own actions for refusing to stay for observations putting work over his ow health but didn't take it seriously.

Any positive RX cure to this bacteria is a blessing, pay attention and don't second guess this disease.

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