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I got alot of high fives for the eating food again part. :lol:

What they were really thinking is "Thank goodness she will quit putting the Bounce in the backroom!!"

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GREAT...all the more reason to stay at the buffet table till all the foods gone. :P

:lol::lol:

Models are pretty thin, have to agree with that.

I'm sure your mom must have been very worried.

What they were really thinking is "Thank goodness she will quit putting the Bounce in the backroom!!"

:lol::lol:

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Rachel, that part of my neck has always bothered me ... right where it meets the skull. I know stiff neck can be because of Lyme, so I'm hoping it'll get better! I have swollen glands under my jawbone, but on the sides.

I'm pretty sure my swollen glands are from the candida and the metals. Also the sensitivities. Chemicals and food intolerance causes them to swell up pretty good. Its probably the whole she-bang....thats why they're pretty much always swollen.

I'm gonna continue taking my Prima Una De Gato even after I'm better...also the Noni...or whatever else I might be taking for Babesia. I dont think I'll ever need antibiotics for Lyme.

Its kind of like Scott said after he tested me the first time. Even though it wasnt showing up he believed it was there...he figured my body must be able to cope with Lyme toxin and my immune system strong enough to keep it in check.

It sounded like Dr. D. didnt think that Lyme was contributing to my symptoms...just that its presence is a "stressor" in itself.....which isnt helping my situation with the metals right now. Its something else that my immune system has to deal with.

I think she believes I'll be tons better once we complete chelation and metals and candida are gone. I'm sure we will focus on Lyme at that point...or just continue with what I'm already doing to make sure it stays in check.

I guess I gotta wait another 3 months to find out more....I better start writing down all my questions now!

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What they were really thinking is "Thank goodness she will quit putting the Bounce in the backroom!!"

ROFL!!

You could be right about that!! :lol::lol::lol:

And also "Thank goodness we can all wear perfume again!!" :rolleyes:

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Rachel, if you think about it, all my kids were exposed to Lyme, but none of them have symptoms. I think that there's a good chance you won't have to address it. I also think it's a good idea to keep up with the herbs even when you're better, just to keep it under control. I plan on taking herbs when I'm better, too.

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I think I must have broke all that stuff when I hit my neighbors car last year. :ph34r:

:blink:

Wow Donna....you might have worse brainfog than me!! :o

I've ran some red lights and stuff but I came out unscathed...guess your car wasnt as lucky. :unsure:

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Carla....this is the stuff I'm gonna be starting on. Most of its prep for chelation.

Solidago......its for kidney support during detox. She said this ones important and she wants me taking a whole 20 drops per day. :o

She said everyone tolerates it well....even the kids. Its a tincture so its got alcohol...she said shes gonna make me some without the alcohol. Shes gonna be sending it me.

She said for all my other stuff I can just let it sit in warm water for like an hour before I take it...the alcohol will dissapate.

Charcoal....I already had this at home but never tried it...too scared. :ph34r:

She wants me taking 1 a day and then work up the dose with Anna.

She said charcoal works well....especially for candida die-off....she says thats when charcoal has its "shining moment". ...when your brain is all foggy and stuff....charcoal will help alot.

I took my first one today. :)

Noni.....this is for Babesia and for my brain. She wants me to start with 1 drop and work up to 10 drops. If I have problems with anything she wants Anna to desenitize me....especially for the important stuff.

She says to take the Noni at least 30 minutes from the Cats Claw. They must interefere with each other or something.

Comprehensive Minerals.....this is to build up the minerals that are often depleted during chelation.

From what I know....NDF doesnt chelate minerals but DMPS does. She must be getting my body ready for all the chelation thats coming my way. :unsure:

Modifilan....This binds metals in the gut. She wants me to work up to 4 a day. Shes gotta order that one and send it to me.

Thats it for new stuff.

Out of what I have already these are my most important items that I need to continue taking.

Armour thyroid

Magnesium

Colloidal silver....I havent been taking this but I do have it. She wants me taking 1/2 teaspoon for Lyme and fungus.

Radiation detox

Liver terrain...she says my body really likes this and and its helping me. I've been on it the whole time I've been seeing Anna.

Prima Una De Gato.....for Lyme

Nystatin.....for Candida

She also wants me to start on B12 if possible.

Thats it for now with the treatment plan.....I'm at phase 1. :)

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Rachel,

Why is it that your med/sups are more plentious than the quantity of foods you can eat?

I'm still so excited for you. :D

And Carla. :D

And Laura. :D

And Miamia. :D

And Rinne. :D

I think that's the lyme clan. Can I add Judy to that list? Maybe other things with Judy, just have to wonder with 4 bulls-eyes.

And Donna. :D

And Claire,

We'll be waiting for a report on what your doc/you determine with the dairy.

And NGG, Clark-bent and others,

For searching for things to look into.

And anyone else I forgot. :)

We hope to continue seeing Patti, Mango, SusieQ, and Vincent and also hope Julie pops in once in awhile.

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Rachel, if you think about it, all my kids were exposed to Lyme, but none of them have symptoms. I think that there's a good chance you won't have to address it. I also think it's a good idea to keep up with the herbs even when you're better, just to keep it under control. I plan on taking herbs when I'm better, too.

Carla,

I know Lyme has a greater impact if the bacteria load is high. I wonder if someone who only has minimal exposure (i.e. one bite) has a better chance of keeping the bacteria at bay?? :unsure:

Of course it would depend on the amount of infections the tick carries as well. If you get hit with a bunch of co-infections the same time you get hit with Lyme....it could be too much to cope with.

But I'm wondering if some people can keep it in check because they have minimal exposure and the low bacteria count is easily controlled by the immune system??

You said you always had ticks on you when you were younger?? If you were infected repeatedly I think the bacteria count would be greater....plus with a co-infection...it might have just gotten too big for your immune system to handle??

I would imagine that when we are under stress and systems flare its because the bacteria is trying to gain more ground during our time of weakness?? I wonder if everytime this happens the load gets a little greater??

Do you think this is plausible?? Like suppose I never knew about Lyme and then got bit again and got really sick. Could it be that some people get really sick after getting bit because they've already got Lyme and then the load got to be too great??

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Rachel,

Why is it that your med/sups are more plentious than the quantity of foods you can eat?

Yeah....WTH??!! ....it doesnt seem right at all. :angry:

Man...I must have done something really bad in a past life or something. :unsure:

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Colloidal silver....I havent been taking this but I do have it. She wants me taking 1/2 teaspoon for Lyme and fungus.

I've heard a lot of mixed things about colloidal silver. What's your guys's take on it.

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Rachel, that's quite a list! I am so excited for you finally getting going with this!! I have a supplement that I bought on my own that's for detox ... it has noni in it. I've taken colloidal silver over the years for various things. It seems to be much gentler than antibiotics. Just be sure it's a good quality one that has small particles.

I do think it's likely that people get sicker with more bites. However, many people are pretty sick with it who only had one bite. I think a lot of it has to do with your basic constitution.

According to iridology, I have a VERY strong constitution. A lady who worked at the health food store I went to years ago knew iridology. When one of us got sick, I'd take them to her and she'd tell me what to buy. She looked at my eyes and told me that I had taken a lot of cough syrup in my life ... I had, I was really sick with tonilitis as a kid and took it all the time for a couple years. Iridology can't diagnose you with anything, but it can give you an idea of your weak and strong areas. Apparently, my constitution is strong, but I show that I'm toxic.

So, I think a lot of variables play into it. I think my bacterial load started increasing as I got weaker from stress. I got a bacterial infection similar to pneumonia and went on doxy for 21 days. I never fully recovered. The knee pain started right after that and I attributed it at the time to candida. I think that stirred things up, and we were under so much stress because we owned two houses.

We finally had to move from the place we wanted to live (here, Ohio) back to the place we had moved from (Indiana) after we had been in Ohio for over a year. It took three more years for our house to sell and we rented out our house here the whole time. (Our house in IN would not have been able to be rented out, but this is a historic home and everyone wants it, so it was easy to rent).

It was too much for me to handle, especially after the Lyme was stirred up by the doxy. I GRADUALLY went downhill over a period of four years. I think this is when the bacterial load was growing. I had a temporary reprieve when I first went gluten-free. This whole time our house was for sale and was constantly on my mind.

I was one of those people who had all kinds of energy before. People would ask how I juggled all that I did. So, even though I had lots of tick bites, I think my bacterial load was low for a long time because of my strong immune system. The bacterial load just got to be too much. But I'm tolerating a boatload of strong meds, so that is good. I'm on even more supplements than I am medications.

The thing is, if we had known about the Lyme and the trigger being stress, we never would have put ourselves in the position of having to move back to IN after moving here! It was an avoidable stress. Now we know!

Lyme is very opportunistic!

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I've heard a lot of mixed things about colloidal silver. What's your guys's take on it.

I think it's fine if the particle size is small enough and you're taking a reasonable amount. The obscure cases of people turning grey always say that the people were making their own and drinking glasses of it. I seached it last time the topic came up on this forum and discovered that.

I've taken it for years for bacterial infections because it treated me better than antibiotics ... gee, wonder why! :P

It also kills off candida, so you don't get the candida overgrowth that you get from regular antibiotics.

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Scott was telling us about how he went from crying in bed all the time to where he is now...out snowboarding this winter. Its been almost 2 years since he got diagnosed and he's made a ton of improvement but still is making the climb.

My mom asked if he ever had problems with food. He said he couldnt eat wheat for a couple years and he had to avoid sugar and fruit and things that aggravated fungal issues for like 4 years. He said he was gluten free for about a year and then he started testing it and doesnt have any problems anymore.

I strongly suspect when I get better I wont have problems with gluten anymore either.

My mom asked if he had problems with metals. He had went undiagnosed for something like 9 years so yeah...by the time he was diagnosed almost 2 years ago he had all the other issues because of his immune system being suppressed. He also had Babesia, Bartonella and Ehrlichia (co-infections).

For him the other issues were secondary to Lyme/co-infections.

He also told me that this is Dr. D's 3rd trip out here and the patients she has here are all improving. They are testing alot better this time around then they have in the past and they are feeling alot better. He said he had his own appt. today and he also tested alot better. I asked if he *feels* it??

He said that its been slow progress for him...he's getting there and he's so much better than he was. He's still not *there* yet but he does feel so much better. At one time he had major neurological symptoms....and yeah....now he's doing all this stuff working with Dr.'s and on top of that being active, exersizing and snowboarding. Its pretty inspiring!!

I take it that Scott is someone who was (and still is) a patient and is now working in the medical field helping with treatment? I've seen you throw his name around before but don't know what his position is... either way, good to hear that someone was in a similar situation to you and a lot of us and has made significant improvement...

my mom's trying to get in touch with someone she knows who had medical problems for quite a while that was affecting her ability to work and it was discovered that she had lyme disease... she's now a superintendent and doing well.. if I do indeed have undiagnosed lyme disease, which I should be getting tested for this week, it's at least good to personally know someone who was in a similar boat and made a great recovery like that..

Yes, antibiotics definately present a whole new set of problems. I think sometimes you do get to the point that they are necessary ... but the other three times I've had this, I've been able to take care of it without them. This time none of that worked, so I'm on the meds. -- a LOT of them.

how did you address it the previous 3 times if you didn't take antibiotics? just from other things like diet and exercise? even if I do test positive for lyme, I don't plan on taking antibiotics at least at first... I want to get an overview of the whole picture first (ie. heavy metals testing, etc.) as well as discuss the lyme situation with a LLMD... I've seen cat's claw mentioned as a natural treatment but don't know much else that is recommended for lyme besides antibiotics

Yes, normally it would be fun, but not now that I know what ticks do to you! When I was in NY, everyone there knew about Lyme. Everyone at our B&B knew someone who had Lyme -- some treated early, some treated late. It's so very common there! I definately would not be comfortable with it at all!

There were three ladies at our B&B who were going backpacking the day we were leaving. No way. Not that I'll never go out in nature, but never out East! Even though I got it here, it's still worse out there.

people really don't know about lyme in other parts of the country? I've always known about it, just didn't know about chronic or persistent lyme, the potential severity of it, the difficulty in detecting it, etc... but lyme is commonplace around me.. my pops was suspected of having lyme at one point, my neighbor had it, a friend had it and was hospitalized, etc... I got bit by at least one tick that was probably on my head for at least a few days when I was a kid but it wasn't all that big of a deal when I went to the doctor (I think the doctor said it wasn't the tick that carries lyme, if I remember right)... I remember the tick being nice and fat when it was pulled off my head, probably got its share of my blood..

and excuse my ignorance, but is it that big of a concern for you to avoid places that may have ticks? I would think that if you are on antibiotics, the antibiotics would almost serve as a preventative in the case of you getting bit by a tick again and any infection that would be inserted would be killed off pretty quickly... not that I'd recommend for you to go hiking or in the woods or anything but I wouldn't think much about going to a park in the city... but I really don't know that much about lyme yet and am probably just used to growing up in the tri-state area where ticks are common (my mom used to check me and my sister's heads quite a lot when we were kids)

Hehe....I'll be eating all the pumpkin pie.....mold-free of course! :P

not if I'm around B) ... of everything I miss on my diet, pumpkin pie's right up there near the top.. I had some makeshift pumpkin pie this past thanksgiving that was made free of a lot of allergens but it didn't quite cut it..

Is the glands right under your ears swollen...or under your chin?? Those are the glands that swell up for me....the ones under my ears are pretty much permantly swollen since I got sick but when I eat something I shouldnt ....man .....they get really swollen! It also hurts to swallow when I get a reaction.

I frequently had swollen glands when I was younger... right by the base of my ears on both sides as well as in my neck... forgot about them for the most part, but remembered when I was filling out some symptom list for a doctor's visit this weekend... I don't know that there was much significance to it, I just remember getting them pretty bad at times when I was growing up... I've always had ENT (ear, nose, and throat) problems so I guess I attribute it to that... they don't get swollen like they used to but I still have some pain if I apply pressure to those areas..

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hey,

just curious, read the first page and saw about a possible allergy to corn and was wondering if you have this allergy rachel?

also, if you do, do you get dh?

curious to know as you have a large amount of experience w/ the allergy testing and such... as it seems by the near 900 pages!

anyways if you can lmk id appreciate it. email or pm me...

peace,

jdog

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I've heard a lot of mixed things about colloidal silver. What's your guys's take on it.

Andrea, I've taken collodial silver in the past and didnt have any problems with it. I've seen people freak out about it on this board and talk about people turning grey and all this other stuff. :rolleyes:

All I can say is it never happened to me.

Anna gave me this stuff when I first started BioSET....its suppossed to really help the immune system. This one doesnt say "collodial" on it....its some kind of silver supplement though.

Some people are all freaked out about anything which isn't a drug prescribed by a Dr.

I've had people tell me all kinds of good stuff about silver helping them get better.

Last night my mom had dinner with some of her friends....she was with them and then left to meet me for my appt. and then returned to their home after my appt. They were actually my Mom's hubbies' parents.

Anyways, my mom told me they were asking her a million questions about my appt. and stuff like that. My mom said first of all she doesnt understand anything and has no idea what to tell them. :blink: .

Personally I dont think its rocket science...shes just not interested in it...thats all. :rolleyes:

Second....she said she doesnt like talking to people about it because they "dont believe in this stuff".

They were telling her that my Dr.'s are quacks....just trying to get money, dont know what they're talking about...pulling a scam, etc.

The woman told my mom that I probably have AIDS because that affects the immune system. :rolleyes:

OMG...people are so ignorant sometimes. They have no idea what they're talking about. I've been tested for AIDS (which by the way is easy to determine)....I am low-risk for AIDS, I dont have the symptoms of AIDS...and oh yeah....my immune system works fine...I dont even catch a cold.

But yeah....I must have AIDS. :rolleyes:

People just get all crazy and stupid when they arent familair with something. I think some people just feel that they know EVERYTHING. If they arent familar with it...then it must be bogus...or dangerous...or a scam.

Personally, I feel my mom should stick up for my situation.....instead of deciding its an "embrassment" to her. Whatever....its not the first time shes been embarrassed to discuss what goes on with my life. :(

Anyways....as far as I'm concerned the Dr.'s I have now are genuine and actually CARE about getting people well. Imagine that!! What a concept!! :o

Even Scott....testing me for free.....learning all he can from these Dr.'s....trying to help people all over the world.

Yeah....I'm sure he's pulling a scam. :rolleyes:

If anyones a little "quacky"....its all the Dr.'s who told me nothing was wrong and that I just needed antidepressants and a good shrink. Those Dr.'s wouldnt rememeber me if I crossed paths with them tomorrow...they arent in it to help people. They rush people in and out like cattle.

My mom says everyone will know the truth when I get better. I dont need to "prove" nothing to nobody. Ignorant people are gonna be ignorant regardless of what happens with my health. They arent all of a sudden gonna get an open-mind.

Anyways...back to the silver. Its used quite often and I've never heard of horrible things happeneing except from people on this message board who have never even tried the stuff. I'm sure they would gladly take any drug which was prescibed to them though. :rolleyes:

I think anyone can be sensitive or reactive to anything. Some people may not tolerate well. Thats why I get tested for everything I try through BioSET and ART. Both say my body responds well to it and from my own experience....it wasnt harmful to me.

So thats my rant.

Yeah...I'm really irritated by the whole thing that happened last night. <_<

I just wanna get better. I would be in a world of hurt going to regular Dr.'s and I know for certain that I would not get better...and I also know for certain that I dont have AIDS. :P

I know this for certain because the brilliant GI Dr. sent me for an AIDS test instead of running any kinds of tests to find out why I was having FOOD INTOLERANCE and WEIGHT LOSS. :angry:

Yeah...I'm sure food intolerance is a definate sign of AIDS. :rolleyes:

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hey,

just curious, read the first page and saw about a possible allergy to corn and was wondering if you have this allergy rachel?

Jdog,

Nope....I dont have any allergies. I do have a TON of sensitivities though. There isnt much I can eat which wont cause some kind of distress to my body.

900 pages ago I thought maybe if I eliminated corn and everything having to do with corn...I might get better. Heck I tried everything else....why not tackle corn?? :rolleyes:

Anyways...that was a year ago. I've been on a serious mission to get some real answers since then. I got sick after having some denatl work done and some crazy reactions to the metals in my mouth. 4 years later I now know what I've known all along. I got poisoned by the metals.

As a result I got candida, leaky gut, and pretty much became intolerant to everything...food and environmental issues galore. Its been a BLAST...I cannot even begin to tell you. :rolleyes:

Oh...and as a bonus...I have the Lyme bacteria residing in my body as well. :o

So thats pretty much why I cant eat corn or anything else. Good news is that the Dr. says I'll be eating normally again in possibly 6-12 months. :)

I knew a long time ago that I dont have "allergies" Those are easily identified through IgE blood tests.

Intolerances are a different story and most often caused by other underlying issues.,...like candida and leaky gut...which are also caused by underlying issues. Thats what this 900 page thread consists of.....people like me trying to determine the underlying cause for illness and major food intolerance.

Sorry I cant help more with the corn allergy but I learned plenty when I went "corn-free". I can give you lots of suggestions and links for avoiding corn if you'd like. :)

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I think it's fine if the particle size is small enough and you're taking a reasonable amount.

Yeah..this stuff I have is some kind of "fancy" broken down silver...really good stuff that Anna really likes to have people take for immune support.

Silver is anti-fungal so thats great too. Dr. D wrote down both Lyme and fungus so I guess it helps Lyme too?? I dont know if its a "direct" thing or maybe just helpful because it supports the immune system??

Anyways..they've got me taking 1/2 teaspoon. I dont fear greyness from that amount. :P

She gave me a flyer with information about it.....but that was lost a long time ago. :ph34r: I'll have to get another one next time I'm there...so I can report more specifically about the brand.

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Second....she said she doesnt like talking to people about it because they "dont believe in this stuff".

They were telling her that my Dr.'s are quacks....just trying to get money, dont know what they're talking about...pulling a scam, etc.

I've already told you our moms are similar in some ways. <_< Mine seemed to take celiac more seriously after talking to a neighbor that was familiar with the term. She was very surprised. I still don't know if she really understands.

I like your doctors and am hoping the gal up here that does bioset is good. I'm assuming she's not nearly as good as Anna since Anna travels around and is widely known for being good. We won't even be able to do bioset this year unless something unexpected happens as far as finances. :(

Do they take a blood draw for bioset. That is something T wants to know.

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not if I'm around B) ... of everything I miss on my diet, pumpkin pie's right up there near the top.. I had some makeshift pumpkin pie this past thanksgiving that was made free of a lot of allergens but it didn't quite cut it..

Ooooh...I've got competition.....will have to think of a plan...too many people are loving pumpkin pie. :blink:

hehe.....actually there is a GREAT gluten-free pumpkin pie made by Whole Foods Gluten Free Bakehouse. Its awesome!!! Its only gluten-free though....not all the other allergens. I ate a few of them and yeah....I made myself and my candida buddies really happy. :P

I take it that Scott is someone who was (and still is) a patient and is now working in the medical field helping with treatment? I've seen you throw his name around before but don't know what his position is... either way, good to hear that someone was in a similar situation to you and a lot of us and has made significant improvement...

Yeah...Scott is a guy who was sick for quite awhile and then finally got diagnosed with Lyme by the woman who treats me at BioSET. He wasnt convinced about the BioSET testing so went ahead and got all the testing through IgeniX and found that he did have Lyme and all the co-infections.

That was around two years ago. He's now very involved in Lyme Disease treatment...has traveled to conventions about Lyme, has met Dr. Klinghardt (famous Lyme/Mercury Dr.), is now becoming involved in learning about Lyme/Autism link, has a column in a Lyme newspaper, has his own website to help others and has been working with the Dr. I just saw.

He's been assisting her in testing patients with ART. He's learned it and is now testing people on his own. I had a session with him last month.

He came a long way and went through alot. We share some of the same Dr.'s and he's been a good source of information for me.

Heres his website.

http://www.betterhealthguy.com/

I contacted him from his website about 5 months ago when I was first going through Lyme testing.

He also puts out a newsletter that tells of all of his progress. You can read the newsletters on his site. You can subscribe to get them emailed to you as well.

If you're looking for inspiration....he's definately one guy whos come a long way and is doing great things now.

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I've already told you our moms are similar in some ways. <_< Mine seemed to take celiac more seriously after talking to a neighbor that was familiar with the term. She was very surprised. I still don't know if she really understands.

Andrea,

My mom does take it seriously and she does believe it. She doesnt feel comfortable talking to *other* people about though. :unsure:

I dont get that. I'm so opposite. I say what I think whereas my mom will just avoid it and back away from the situation. I would not back away and just shrug my shoulders if someone were saying ignorant things to me about my health.

If it were some stranger off the street that would be one thing....but not people she considers family.

To me if she cant stick up for what she believes is right and if she cant explain anything...then yeah...it makes it look as if we are clueless about my health.

She might be clueless because she doesnt understand all the "scientificness" ......but I am certainly not "in the dark" about what I'm doing. Instead of explaining any of that she'd rather just let people say I have AIDS. As if we are all soooo clueless and they are soooo brilliant to have come up with this diagnosis for me. :rolleyes:

Do they take a blood draw for bioset. That is something T wants to know.

Where I go they take blood. They use one of those little things that punches a hole into your finger tip and they get a couple drops....thats all they need. Its one of those things where you dont even feel it and its just a pin-prick really.

They did it my first visit and again just recently because the other sample was "old".

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Dear CarlaB,

Well, I looked up purple glittery bats! They sound so cute! Also, I do not think they would have toxic poo. Not in Rachelville! They poop glittery pink balls that smell like berries! :P

Dear Clark Bent as Stupor-Man,

Here on the OMG thread, there is no such thing as ignorance, just curiosity.

Dear Donna and Rachel,

Sorry to hear about your car troubles. Watch out, because those mechanics screw you big time if they can get away with it! A number of places we took our cars to broke things while fixing them, then they had the nerve to try to charge us when they had to correct the mistakes made!

Dear Andrea,

Thanks for the shout out earlier!

Dear Rachel,

I have taken charcoal, and had no trouble with it. It does however, turn your poop black!

On that note, I was wondering if I could be Rachelville's Chinese Restaurant Owner and Purple Glittery Bat caretaker. My favorite bat is named Bongo.

Sincerely,

NoGluGirl

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My mom does take it seriously and she does believe it. She doesnt feel comfortable talking to *other* people about though. :unsure:

Ok, sorry, I hurried through that last message and post as I was late in getting the children to bed. Took S forever to go to sleep tonight.

My mom is more of the type that thinks highly of doctors/medicine (so it seems). She's always clipping articles or telling me that mercury (shots/fish) has been shown to be harmless, etc. Vaccines are harmelss, etc.

I've mentioned that I want to do further testing but haven't told her what. She'd be highly skeptical of it as well.

That's another reason why I like my new doctor. I can run things by him, call and talk to him. He's an md so my mom has no grounds to complain, it's just that he's also a holistic practitioner now as well. Not that I'd stop seeing him if my mom didn't approve. I just don't need any other contentions. I love my mom dearly but we don't see eye to eye on many things. :)

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On that note, I was wondering if I could be Rachelville's Chinese Restaurant Owner and Purple Glittery Bat caretaker. My favorite bat is named Bongo.

Sure, jobs are for the taking here in Rachelville.

I have a request for a multiple intolerance free Chinese Restaurant. I haven't had Chinese for a long time. :)

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Sure, jobs are for the taking here in Rachelville.

I have a request for a multiple intolerance free Chinese Restaurant. I haven't had Chinese for a long time. :)

Dear AndreaB,

YAY! :lol: Multiple Intolerance Chinese Food it is! I have not had Chinese in like over six months since going gluten free, but that is going to change soon! I am going to the store this week!

Chinese is my life blood practically. I am one of those people that it feels more natural to be holding chopsticks than a fork when eating. So, you can imagine how hard that has been! As far as I know, I was supposed to be Irish, but most people do not think I look it, they think I am Asian! I would love to have DNA testing to see! That would be neat!

Dear Rachel,

At the buffet, I will just wait for you and Donna to duke it out and kill each other. Then, I will wait for everyone else to kill each other. Then I can have the food all for myself! :P Who cannot get all competitive about food? I am always sitting around hearing people talk about sex. I could not care less! I can have an orgasm eating a cookie, who needs sex? :lol:

Sincerely,

NoGluGirl

P.S. Yep, Rachel, Food Lust is my word! I originally posted it on the So Jerry is Very Frustrated Thread.

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