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Old 11-24-2005, 04:56 PM #15 (permalink)
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Dana:

I was diagnosed Bulbar ALS on August 12. At that time I had 45% lung expansion, could barely talk and had choking episodes every meal. I had irritable bowel syndrome.

Once I changed my diet, got on supplements, started the ionizer foot baths and laser treatments my general health improved greatly. All of the following changed before I was diagnosed with Lyme.

On the take a deep breath and count out-loud test I went from 13 to 28. I can carry on a normal conversation with slightly slurred speech. I have a choking episode about twice a week. I have greatly reduced the impact of irritable bowel syndrome.

I've been on Lyme antibiotics since October 15 and the only improvement I can notice is I feel "pumped" after lifting weights instead of wasted. I still twitch.

I start on Welchol tonight. Welchol binds with the Lyme neuro toxins and allows you to pass it with bile and other wastes. I expect to see some improvement in a couple of weeks.
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