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Voila, part three.....

Did our geese escape??? :o:o

They have left us...apparantly someone fed them Auxigro....they've lost their minds!! :blink:

They abandoned Rachelville....the geese got chemicalized...total MSG addicts now....giving into the temptations of the crazy gluteny world.....and television. :o:o

What are we gonna do now?? :rolleyes:

:lol:

Dear Mango,

:lol: Those geese do sound like ours! They stole them! The Auxigro people poisoned them, then brainwashed them! You know what this means...another lawsuit. As District Attorney of Rachelville, I am obligated to file a major lawsuit. They won't get away with this! :angry:

:lol:

So I guess I should read the stuff about cavitations since I had one fixed last fall. <_<

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I think this is my cue to say, "LYME CLAN". :ph34r:

:lol::lol:

We'll be waiting for when your product "hits the shelves". I assume you'll keep us posted.

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did I read something about cake?

Thank you.

No, no, no, something WAY better than cake -- Haagen Dazs with hot carmel topping! I've always liked it better than cake! Cake is only a vehicle for eating icing! :P Now I have the excuse to skip the cake part. :lol:

I ate the leftover Haagen Dazs and carmel topping yesterday. :ph34r: Oddly enough, I've had bad GI symptoms ever since starting Omnicef and Probenecid a month and a half ago, so I doubled up on my VSL#3 a few days ago ... even with the sugar, I still saw, umm, improvement ... not ppp but improvement.

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:o I think I may have dodged a bullet today, lol. I can't do a search right now cuz I'm downloading an update from McAfee which is going to take 2 hours...can you say SLOW computer, lol. Did we talk about tetinus shots on this thread, or was it just other types of shots. Anyway, my doctor did the exam and asked when was the last time I had a tetinus shot. I couldn't remember so she wanted to give me one today. I don't know whether she forgot to write it on the lab slip or the lab just didn't see it, but I totally forgot and didn't remember until I got home. One I remembered, I suddenly had the thought about thimerasol...do tetinus shots contain thimerasol??? If so, all I can say is phew! :lol: I don't think I'll be reminding my doctor anytime soon if that's the case.

The same dentist does the cavitat and takes care of cavitations that does the amalgam removal as well. I found him looking for a dentist that does cavitations. There were some listed in California. Do a search on Dental Help. The dentist I found was one of the founders of the Biological Dentist something or other. :P

I hope you don't have a compatibility issue. :(

Hope you get to eat soon. :( I wasn't able to make dinner last night since I had to go shopping and pick up the paycheck. So we don't have any leftovers to eat. I'll probably only eat 2 meals today since that's easier that trying to figure out what else to have.

Me too on the compatibility issue. I took my lunch with me and started eating it as soon as I got to my car, lol. Wow, I could never make it on only two meals...I usually eat 5 or 6 times a day...on a really busy day, I might only get to eat 4 times. :lol:

I came across this in reading some stuff about Lyme.

http://www.immunesupport.com/library/showarticle.cfm/ID/3579

It was interesting to me because stress has triggered symptoms three times, and they went away three times. This time I was also under stress, but was sick and took 21 days of doxy. Maybe that's why I have to more specifically address it this time.

I still think that if it's true I have lyme, I bet I was helped by those 3 years on the mega doses of antibiotics. Looking back, times of sickness usually followed times of extreme stress...after my dad died, after my hysterectomy (even though I wanted it, badly, it was still stressful), and recently at work. The last two or three years at work have been extremely stressful.

I've been busy developing a product that I hope to take to market this summer, at the very least I've made arrangements to launch it at a folk festival in September. I'm very excited about this, I told my sweetie that I have decided to become a tycoon but for some reason he refers to me as the "taifun".

Taifun :lol: Can't wait to hear about this once it hits the shelves!

I think this is my cue to say, "LYME CLAN".

:lol: As soon as Scott said "I definitely see lyme" I thought Lyme Clan. :lol: Good thing I have my bright lyme green purse. ;)

Cake is only a vehicle for eating icing!

:lol: Exactly!!!! I've been known to eat only the frosting, lol.

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I wouldn't get a tetanus shot for no reason ... if you let air get to a cut, the bacteria can't live. If you have one that needs stitches so air can't get to it, then I might get one, especially if I cut myself on a rusty, barbed wire fence. But I wouldn't get one just in case I needed it because if I needed it, I'd get another one anyway!

I don't know if they have thimersol ... if I had a chance of having tetanus, I don't guess I'd care. :P

Anyway, good thing you didn't get it. :)

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I wonder what kind of a bully Lyme could be if it wasn't backed up by mold, candida and metals.

Rinne...I had to laugh when I read that. :lol:

Yeah...I dont think Lyme would get very far without its buddies to "hide" behind. <_<

From all that I've read it just doesnt seem to be able to take us down on its own...it waits for things to pile up.

I think what it does do on its own is make it more difficult for our bodies to detox some of the other things...so yeah...they build up and then Lyme has all its buddies to "support" it. Its not the bacteria itself which makes us sick....its the toxins it produces.

I think in most cases our bodies can cope with the toxins...but once we've got metals. parasites, candida, etc...on TOP of the Lyme toxins...then yeah...we break down. :(

Lyme seems to need the other toxins to come in.....otherwise I think the immune system pretty much keeps it in check.

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The interesting thing is that if I had not been ill I would not have created this. Sorry, I know this will be annoying but I am not going to say more until it hits the shelves, except maybe that I have shelves waiting for it at an organic grocery store I shop at.

Awww man....you're KILLIN me Rinne. :lol:

I'll be rooting for you...even though I dont know exactly what you've created...I'm sure it is GREAT....and it will be on shelves of all the health stores in the country....and I'll say...I know the person that MADE this....I met her in Rachelville and she is the founder of the Lyme Clan. B)

Good luck Rinne...you GO girl!! ;)

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The same dentist does the cavitat and takes care of cavitations that does the amalgam removal as well. I found him looking for a dentist that does cavitations.

Andrea,

I dont know much about Cavitat.....but definately look into it first.

I did read this on LymeNET though.....

The only way to really find out is to send your pano x-ray to a lyme literate dentist or dental surgeon. Most dentists are not able to read the x-ray correctly. The CAVITAT machine is not totally conclusive. When I recently asked a competent surgeon about it, the answer was "if I thought they worked, I would have one". We have a CAVITAT locally in the city - none of the patients are referred there.

I dont know what the *real* story is on the Cavitat. I'm sending my x-rays to one of the surgeons.

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Keeping in mind that I know pratically nothing about TMJ, but that it is associated with lyme.

I don't know if it is associated with anything else but could it be possible that those who have TMJ have lyme that is undiagnosed?

I'm sure in some cases Lyme is involved....other times it might be something else. I think infections have alot to do with TMJ...probably moreso than any other condition.

I never had problems with my jaw at all..I never had any pain there whatsoever...no "clicking"...my bite was normal...all was good.

Then I got sick...almost immediately my bite was "off", I'm grinding, clenching, my jaw clicks, doesnt open all the way...etc.

Way back then the specialists were telling me that my jaw was in terrible shape, it was grinding and grating and wearing down the bone....they said I had serious TMJ. I had to go to a TMJ clinic and learn exercises and stuff like that. They talked about how stress and things like this can give us TMJ.

Maybe for some people but I never believed it for me...a person just doesnt go from normal jaw to seriously messed up jaw....just like that. <_<

I definately think its 100% related to infections in my case.

Nearly all of the infectious diseases note "TMJ" as a symptom...or jaw "tightness", clenching, grinding, etc. A major symptom of Fibro. is TMJ...and I also consider Fibro. to be an infectious disease....despite what Western Medicine wants to label it. <_<

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As soon as Scott said "I definitely see lyme" I thought Lyme Clan. :lol: Good thing I have my bright lyme green purse. ;)

:lol:

Awww man....you're KILLIN me Rinne. :lol:

I'll be rooting for you...even though I dont know exactly what you've created...I'm sure it is GREAT....and it will be on shelves of all the health stores in the country....and I'll say...I know the person that MADE this....I met her in Rachelville and she is the founder of the Lyme Clan. B)

Good Like Rinne...you GO girl!! ;)

:lol:

I think we know who the true founder of Lyme Clan is...... :P Madame President, I only named what was obvious.

I will be sure to update you on my progress in the marketplace. It's funny, I have never cared enough about money to do anything just for the sake of having it but now I really want to figure it out. It strikes me that it would be a good thing to create a business that supported organic and fair trade growers and that provides something better than the average product out there. Becoming a grandmother has a lot to do with it too, I have someone I really want to spoil.

No, no, no, something WAY better than cake -- Haagen Dazs with hot carmel topping! I've always liked it better than cake! Cake is only a vehicle for eating icing! Now I have the excuse to skip the cake part.

That sounds delicious and so true, I totally don't miss cakes.

I laugh out loud more often here than anywhere else, I thank you all for the giggles. They are wonderful medicine.

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I wouldn't get a tetanus shot for no reason ... if you let air get to a cut, the bacteria can't live. If you have one that needs stitches so air can't get to it, then I might get one, especially if I cut myself on a rusty, barbed wire fence. But I wouldn't get one just in case I needed it because if I needed it, I'd get another one anyway!

I don't know if they have thimerasol ... if I had a chance of having tetanus, I don't guess I'd care. :P

Anyway, good thing you didn't get it. :)

I'm thinking it was good too...funny, they really seemed to want to give it to me too. First the assistant who was doing the preliminary stuff like blood pressure, etc. talked to me about it. She asked if I had had any surgeries, and I said yes, two, one in 2001 and one last year in January, so she says "oh, then you probably had a booster before the one in 2001 then". I thought that was the end of it, but the doctor came in and I told her the same thing, but she really wanted me to have one, lol so I said okay. :lol:

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Hey, speaking of blood pressure...my blood pressure was 108/70, which is way up! I was thinking that it must be almost normal again cuz I haven't been so light headed lately and they were able to draw blood today without the lights going out in my head. :lol:

AND!!! THE BEST PART!!!!

I'm taller! I am 5'4"!!! Last time I was measured that I remember I was 5'3 and 1/4" :lol:

All that chiropractic/PT stuff must be working after all. :P

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AND!!! THE BEST PART!!!!

I'm taller! I am 5'4"!!! Last time I was measured that I remember I was 5'3 and 1/4" :lol:

:lol::lol: Too funny!

My grandfather was short, my grandmother is 5'8". She always said tall women needed short men and vice versa, to even out the gene pool. Adam and I are both tall! So are our kids.

My grandfather had bad bow legs, and bad knees ... so he had a knee replacement, which straightened out his legs, so he was taller. Then he fell off a ladder and fused a few vertebrae, so he was short again.

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AND!!! THE BEST PART!!!!

I'm taller! I am 5'4"!!! Last time I was measured that I remember I was 5'3 and 1/4" :lol:

YAY Donna. I'm glad you are growing taller. :lol:

So thats what I need to do then...go get some PT?? :unsure:

I'm still 5'2...I have not grown at all. :huh:

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Oh...Donna....I'm pretty sure the tetanus shot does have thimersol. I got a tetanus shot awhile back...I didnt get sick from it though...I guess my body wasnt ready to break at that time. :P

Good thing you passed it up. :o

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Andrea,

I dont know much about Cavitat.....but definately look into it first.

I did read this on LymeNET though.....

I dont know what the *real* story is on the Cavitat. I'm sending my x-rays to one of the surgeons.

Hm, I just added the Cavitat to my round of preliminary stuff. He does do extractions as well. Don't they have to be surgeons to do those anymore?

I know tuberose has stuff on cavitations. I forget how I found out about cavitat. I'll have to go back and look.

Donna,

I'm glad you didnt' get the tetanus shot. Yay and the blood pressure and height gain. :)

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This is what tuberose has to say (and where I learned about) cavitat.

Sonic Imaging

There is a new technology that has been developed that can image the jawbone using unfocused ultrasound that provides a color-coded three dimensional representation of the density of the bone and shows loss of bone or ischemic dying bone tissue that is usually not seen on x-ray imaging. This technology, called a Cavitat, has been approved by the FDA and is now available. It has an incredibly high accuracy record in the findings of a correctly performed scan. This can be done chair-side at a dental facility so equipped. Check out the Cavitat website at www.dentalhelp.org. They have references for dentists who have cavitat devices, as well as other educational materials, etc.

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I'm frusterated...ready to pull all my hair out is more like it. <_<

I cant get through to the oral surgeon for two days now. :(

I wanna get the ball rolling on this. I was reading how cavitations can cause trigeminal neuralgia type facial pain. Even said that most cases of it are actually caused by undiagnosed cavitations.

In the beginning I had so much facial and jaw pain it was almost unbearable. They thought I might have Trigenimal Neuralgia but the neurologist ruled it out.

I had to go to physical therapy for my jaw which was kind of lame....but it did feel good to get my head and neck massaged. :P

I seriously think I got "cavitated". :angry:

I read this and it gave me hope....I hope I can be one of these success stories. :)

I can line you up many patients I have become friends with, who after addressing the teeth and cavitations, are doing fine.

That does not mean you do not have to do anything else. But it is the strongest element in the cure of any chronic disease.

My husband had Parkinsons and Lyme. I know people who had cancer and Lyme. I know people who have MS and Lyme. I know people who have ALS and have Lyme. All of them had to attend to their mouth before they were able to heal and get well.

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I read this and it gave me hope....I hope I can be one of these success stories. :)

Wow, that's interesting! Definately keep trying to get ahold of the surgeon. Maybe he's on vacation this week and his office is closed. :)

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Andrea...I think the Cavitat has shown that basically everyone has cavitations....but mostly in the jaw bone. Obviously not everyone is sick though. So yeah....you could see someone and they use a cavitat....tell you that you have cavitations...need surgery...etc...but it actually might not be affecting your health.

Since you're not sick...I dont know that I would go through all that.

This is what one Dr. says...

Here I differ from many holistic dentists and physicians. Almost everyone has a cavitation somewhere - remember these can occur in any bone, but especially in the bones of the jaw. Use of the Cavitat confirms that just about everyone has a jaw bone cavitation.

However, I believe (and it is just a belief - I cannot back this up scientifically) that if a Cavitat demonstrated cavitation is present, but is not showing with the EAV to be having a systemic effect, I would not tend to treat it surgically if the person is healthy.

Honestly, if I were in your shoes (healthwise)...I wouldnt even worry about it. I know you are concerned about the mercury...so if you get them out safely and take stuff to help detox it....you should be fine.

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Hm, I just added the Cavitat to my round of preliminary stuff. He does do extractions as well. Don't they have to be surgeons to do those anymore?

When I had my one tooth extracted Dr. A. sent me to a surgeon for that.

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Honestly, if I were in your shoes (healthwise)...I wouldnt even worry about it. I know you are concerned about the mercury...so if you get them out safely and take stuff to help detox it....you should be fine.

Well maybe I should cancel that part and just see if he sees anything on the xrays. I can always take care of that if I get sick down the road I suppose and I don't have money for surgeries and amalgam removal.

I guess I'll call and cancel the cavitat part again tomorrow. They're going to think I'm crazy. :rolleyes:

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:o I think I may have dodged a bullet today, lol. I can't do a search right now cuz I'm downloading an update from McAfee which is going to take 2 hours...can you say SLOW computer, lol. Did we talk about tetinus shots on this thread, or was it just other types of shots. Anyway, my doctor did the exam and asked when was the last time I had a tetinus shot. I couldn't remember so she wanted to give me one today. I don't know whether she forgot to write it on the lab slip or the lab just didn't see it, but I totally forgot and didn't remember until I got home. One I remembered, I suddenly had the thought about thimerasol...do tetinus shots contain thimerasol??? If so, all I can say is phew! :lol: I don't think I'll be reminding my doctor anytime soon if that's the case.

the tetanus shots do have thimerosal... it's the TT (tetanus toxoid) vaccine in table 3 on this site: http://www.fda.gov/cber/vaccine/thimerosal.htm#t3

unless you know otherwise about a specific vaccination, I would also assume that all adult vaccinations contain thimerosal... I'm sure some adult vaccs don't have mercury but the CDC only agreed to take the mercury out of pediatric vaccines (of course it's now in the flu one that's recommended for kids 6 months to 5 years annually)....

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donna, the other test for mercury that I couldn't remember is a test for at least certain types of porphyrins... I don't really know anything about the testing, just that they look for the presence of certain porphyrins... you can google porphyrins and mercury and get plenty of information.. I think UPPA (urinary porphyrin profile analysis) is the testing used... I think I've now written porphyrins enough that I won't forget the test again for a while B)

when I saw my nutritionist a week ago, I asked her what her opinion was on the different kinesiology-related testing... she didn't know much about bioset but she had some interesting opinions on NAET... she said that when a lot of western medical doctors start converting over to the more alternative approaches and treatments, they want to know the science behind any testing and whatnot... in the case of NAET, I guess there isn't too much firm science behind it but she was saying it's hard to argue with the results... she mentioned that in some cases people who had anaphylactic reactions to certain foods were able to eat them without incident afterwards... I'm sure it also depends on the practitioner at least to some extent...

either way, it was interesting to me as her view was in tune with what I feel about the subject as of now.. I'm still on the fence, probably mostly because I don't feel I have enough knowledge on the actual testing methods and the details behind them... but if it works and produces beneficial results (assuming I can hear that from people who have seen any practitioners I might check out), then I guess it doesn't really matter if I don't really know the reasons why...

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Dear Carla,

Thanks for the mouth guard info! I am going to get me one! ;) I chew gum or put it between my teeth just to help relieve a bit of the pain and stop my teeth from rubbing each other! My jaw clenches constantly. I do not think it ever relaxes or feels right. I get headaches practically everyday.

Dear Donna,

I eat pretty frequently throughout the day, too. I hate fasting procedures! :( My blood sugar dips, and I have to eat every four hours or so. I normally eat 4 to 6 times a day, depending on how hungry I am! Some days I hardly want to eat, others I am hungry all the time!

The Marvel thing is going to take some work. I have to do the pencil drawings. Then, I have to make black and white copies. They are extremely particular about what they like, and how it is done. Everything must be as perfect as possible.

Dear Rinne,

I am intrigued. I wonder what your invention is. That will be interesting! I have some ideas for inventions, but do not have money to build prototypes and stuff. :( We are all so proud of our resident Taifun! :lol: AWWWWW! We love you too! :wub:

Dear Andrea,

I checked out the Cavitat. I was not shocked we have no one who does that here. Biological dentistry just is not mainstream here. In fact, we do not have hardly any dentists in general! The closest to our town is 3 hours away in St. Louis. :( I don't know how I could do any of this, even if my grandfather would pay.

Dear Charlie,

Thanks for the info on UPPA. That is good to look up. Mercury poisoning is tricky to test for sometimes. This seems more reliable. The vaccine info was very helpful, too. I am so glad you found this!

Sincerely,

NoGluGirl

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Hey all-

First of all A happy Belated Birthday to Carla!!!

(sorry so late)

Ok quick update- everything is still kind of in flux with me I am waiting to hear from my doc on whether or not he was able to work out something with this new doctor he wants me to see about insurance issues. I did get a call earlier this week that he was working on it so I am going to call today to see whats going on.

Yesturday I had my first chiropractor appt. I decided to try this because the pain in my gut- escessive pressure is definitly putting stress on my back as well. It was interesting because he felt a lot of misallignment and especially alot of issues on my left side which is where I feel most of my pain along my rib cage in the front. The chiropractor does not take my insurance but my father goes to him and he takes his so he has agreed to just put me under my dad so I just have small co pay- isn't that amazing!! So he thinks for now I should try to come in 2 times a week and see if by ]easing some of the pain in the back I can ease some of the pain in the front. I definitly felt looser after the appt. So I am curious to see if it can be beneficial for me.

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