Petaluma, CA

#1 Oct 17, 2011
I was diagnosed with Lyme 4 years ago after being infected for 6 months. My Lyme progressed very quickly. When I came down with Bell's palsy I went to the doctor knowing something was very wrong. I also had Babesia with the Lyme.

I was in treatment, antibiotics etc., for about 5 months and haven't had any further treatment. SInce treatment, I have had ups and down, the hardest thing being any strenuous physical activity. I was VERY physically fit before the disease, but couldn't get my stamina back afte treatment, no matter what I tried.

In the past month I have had a significant jump in my physical endurance and am hoping it's a sign of the disease finally going away. Has anyone else a had similar experience?

The Babesia took away some of my vocabulary and my ability to orient myself sometimes. What are other experience with Babesia?

Lipno, Poland

#2 Feb 26, 2015
#3.1/#3.95B in book. The.Luciferian.Doctrine (i.e. The.Most.Important.Knowledge.Y ou.would.Ever.Read.Implement.a nd.Live.up.to.Forever) might be the answer to your problems [100% Lyme annihilation, confirmed].d111112we

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