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09/26/2012 10:22 AM

leaky gut with lyme

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Hey all

ANyone else suffering from leaky gut. I have been dealing with it for awhile now.

What do you do for it?

I take digestive enzymes and gluten and dairy free.

Thank's all



09/26/2012 10:49 AM
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I've had gut problems and pains for over 20 years.

Just found out I have lyme last year.

I still haven't solved those problems.

Right now my doc finally thought to work on the parasite angle.

Good luck.

09/26/2012 11:55 AM
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Thank's courious,

I am dealing with the parasites as we speak with herb's.

Doesyour doc want to give you med's or herb's for it? Willu still take med's when dealing with the parasites?

09/26/2012 12:02 PM
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My doc did the muscle test.

He gave me both prescription and non.

I am took:

Mebendazole (3 days)

Now I am taking:

Yodoxin (20 days) prescription

In a few days they have me starting on

Allicin Caps non prescription

Samento non prescription

Banderol non prescription

Then after Yodoxin he has me on

Mimosa Pudica (3 months) prescription

The mebendazole did not do a whole lot that I could tell.

We will see how it all works out.

Hope that helped.

Post edited by: Courious, at: 09/26/2012 12:04 PM

09/26/2012 12:09 PM
Posts: 374

Yeah I had a muscle test too and found hookworm's. I was taking hulda clark's parasite protocol butI also have a script for albenza and biltricide. I was taking allicin too supposed to be good with parasites.

Are you med's for lyme and co.too?

09/26/2012 02:33 PM
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The docs office was vague.

They think they all treat parasites.

But when I lookd them up,most of them are well known for other infections.

So my doc has me confused.....

I rifed and had a reaction to some of the roundworm frequencies....

I had taken MMS before.

I thought that would have taken care of parasites....

Then I read that they have biofilms protecting them and you need to treat the biofilm first....

My docs office doesn't do that it would seem.

09/27/2012 01:33 AM
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my ongoing link on GERD/leaky gut forums/studies-research/1475292-ppi-surgery-offer-similar- GERD-control-5710#2666142




Post edited by: Bettyg, at: 09/27/2012 01:33 AM

09/27/2012 11:30 AM
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I dont really want to take meds or have surgeries for the stomach and intestinal issues.

I always though there is an answer as to why....

Once we find out and treat it,

We will have normal function again.

I read where lyme people have "mystery" abdominal pain.

I've had that for 20 years.

No type of doc ever could pinpoint what the cause was.

I have even had an appendectomy....

Pain and problems are still there.

Gluten free... did not help me.

I still think infection of some sort.

Treat that infection....

Problems gone.

We just need to pinpoint the infections and kill them.

09/27/2012 12:12 PM
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Just curious, how would one know if they have leaky gut?

09/27/2012 12:41 PM
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symptoms including bloating, gas, cramps, food sensitivities, and aches and pains.

Getting on a rotation diet can often help...

Basically the way it works is this... foods that you already know that you can't have...

b...pick a schedule...4, 5, 6, 7 days...minimum is 4 it takes that long for the foods you eat on a given day to clear your system...

c...plan all meals...meals should consist of similar foods on a given day...and foods from the same family...

So lets say for day 1 you choose...eggs and rice and spinach...for your 3 meals of the day...

And you choose to do a 4 day rotation...

You cannot have those same foods or foods from the same family until day 5...

This will limit the reactions you have to these foods...and can also help you determine other foods that may be problematic...

Hope this helps



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