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Please give some specifics on what treatments you tried.
There could be a number of possibilites which means you group certain therapies together.
2/ Bacterial or bacteria like such as mycoplasma or l form bacteria.
3/ Agressive yeast/fungal
4/ Parasitic - which is 3 categories (nematodes (worms), protozoa or flat worm (cestodes)).
One of the keys is bombing techniques which means using combinations. Many of these combinations have cross killing ability which means that these techniques could kill yeast and certain forms of bacteria or parasites etc. This is one of the best bets for success.
I need help!!
I am 17 years old and for the past week I have smelt like I have shit myself! Last weekend I went to a music festival and I dropped pills and a cap all based on speed and MDMA I had the cap and a few pills inside the festival and was fine but when the festival was over me and about 15 other people had an apartment. As soon as I got up there I started snorting the left over pills I had there were about 2 kittens and 4 blue carebares (the names of the pills) I had all of them in about 30mins not thinking about what would happen (I was already off my face at the time). All of a sudden I felt all of them kick in and I went numb. I realised across the table the two girls were whispering to each other than looking over at me, I realise don't they must have been talking about me and then all of a sudden I got the urge to go to the bathroom, when I was in there I heard gagging and coughing coming from the room I was in. At this point I'm still having a shower and I had people come in and check in the toilet, i didn't understand what was happening at this point because I was so "banged up" but the next day I realised that I had soiled myself that night. It's a week later now and I still feel that I've shit myself when I'm around people from the reactions of the people around me but I don't smell it myself I often go to the toilet to check if I had soiled myself but there's no evidence of me doing it just the smell.
Has anyone got an explanation for this? Please help
I have had this too, I haven’t found a cure or Doctor to help yet and my hair is wasting away, it ...
I have had this too, I haven't found a cure or Doctor to help yet and my hair is wasting away, it was almost to my waist and is now shorter than a "bob". For the last 2 years was misdiagnosed with MRSA & thrush based on skin eruptions until I got frustrated and looked into other solutions.
My Dr was out of answers, nothing was helping, and those 2 problems wouldn't be affecting my hair. I bought a microscope and started doing my own research. Hairs that move, sting, and sometimes feel slightly electric make me feel like a freak.
Now that I type this it seems excessive but what has helped so far in calming them is:
-soaking & washing all of our clothes in Borax
-bathing in Johnson's Foot Soak and Apple Cider Vinegar
-vacuuming with a HEPA vacuum daily
-using Neem oil products to draw them out of the skin(shampoo/conditioner/skin salve, ect..)
-Bentonite clay mixed with Vick's vapor rub applied to the scalp, covered with a shower cap overnight and using a Lice comb to pull out the eggs, fibers, and "imposter hairs".
-Oddly enough Windex and Lysol seem to melt them, so I spray anything I touch with them. They say using the Lysol and Windex on your skin inflames your immune system further but I've used them on my hands & hair and you can hear them crackle and dissolve, this doesn't kill anything under the skin though.
-Sprinkled all of the carpet with Borax
- Bleach or Lysol all of the bathroom after every use
As you can see I am literally trying everything I can to rid myself of this plague until I can find a Dr.
Good luck to you and if you find anything better or useful to kill these beasts and heal I would love to know.
Some have Addictive Disease Disorder (ADD). Those with ADD can become addicted even to substances which most can use moderatlely and without becoming addicted, such as alcohol. Other things, however, are in and of themselves extremely physically addictive and people who do not have ADD can become addicted even by using them exactly as directed, specifically opioid pain relievers. Since it is illegal to maintain an addiction by prescribing opioids, once the drug was no longer needed for pain treatment the person was basically screwed if he has become physically addicted. Until relatively recently (sometime in the '70s the firsr legal alternsative, methadone, was approved in the US, and by the '90s was available fairly widely in the US) the person's only options were to either suffer or illegally obtain some kind of opiate. Now however, there are two legal opioid addiction drugs, methadone and buprenorphine. Someone who becomes addicted to opioid pain meds can be changed to one of those, the advantage being that they do not lead to ever increasing doses being needed as is usually the case with opoids, can legally be prescribed to "maintain" an addiction and avoid physical withdrawal, and buprenorphine can be gotten from doctors, avoiding the stigma of joining a methadone program, which is seen by most as a haven for street junkies, people whose original addiction came from illegal opiates such as heroin. However, it is still an addiction, your life is limited by having to see the same doctor at least once a month, and in many cases even buprenorphine cannot be brought into another country. A further problem with buprenborphine (availabe under the names suboxone, butrans, subutex, buprenex, etc.) is that it is a kind of a "forever" drug. If one stops taking it, one will go into severe physical withdrawal which can last for even months. For people who do not have ADD, that physical withdrawal is the problem, not psychological issues. And since the lowest dose of buprenorphin available is the equivalent of 40mg of morphine, slowly taperine to a low enough dose that the withdrawal is tolerable just isn't possible. Does ANYONE know of any way to get off buprenorphine withoue going into severe opiate withdrawal?
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