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Re: Hyperinfection Hospice (Edited By Forum Moderator)


This poster sounds as though it is another poster who was talking End Of Life talk a few months back. Bedridden, her children affected, her husband not believeing.

That poster continued to talk on the forum about End Of Life plans and focused on the hopelessness of her situation. There would be no response to guidelines offered for cure.


I say this because I have a friend who was in the same position as you are right now.

He also was talking End of Life. He refused suggestions to go to hospital for treatment for depression. Eventually, I challenged him on the forum we were on, about how it was so frustrating for others who were fighting the fight, to read his posts about wanting to die. I more or less "got up him" and he disappeared from the forum. Then came back on later from the mental health unit. He stayed hospitalized in Germany for a year.

The doctors did not beleive in his parasite infection either, but it gave him respite to work on himself and his treatment.

He was fed, clothed and safe while they worked out the best protocol for treating his suicidal thoughts.

He then ordered the meds that he needed (Ivermectin and then later moxidectin and heaps of Doxycycline which he stayed on for six weeks) and told the doctors that he was going to treat while he was in there.

They did not approve but did not stop him.

He faithfully focused on treating himself for the parasites and let the doctors treat his depression.

He has now been out of hospital for six months. CURED. Totally cured of parasites. He chooses to treat every six months for the rest of his life.



I know this, I also suffer from it, but I have learned how to manage it with medications by increasing them slightly when under pressure.


Give in please and accept that this is what is the factor that needs to be addressed. Call an ambulance and tell them the truth about how you feel. You feel hopeless.


You will not lose your children by going into a mental healthcare ward. That is incorrect thinking. You need to get yourself into a state where you are thinking sensibly.

That's all I've got. It's not cruel. It's the facts. It's sensible.
 

 
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