Dear Stephen,
I have had lyme disease for about 15 years or so. It was misdiagnosed as fibromyalgia until about 4 years ago. Luckily, for me, I was one who always exercised, fasted, took whole food supplements, etc. I added the herbs that you recommend about 2 years ago and am very grateful for your sharing of your expertise. Just last week, I had a very mild case of the flu for about 2 days. Right afterwards, my head, chest and stomach area broke out with a rash that itches a little. (This happened when I was on antibiotics, too.) I used a blood electrification device, thinking the lyme buggies changed into a form more susceptible. I am not sure if that is the case or if my immune system is just more vigilant but I feel better now than I have in years. It would be interesting to research if getting a virus can make the immune system stronger against lyme. But my question really is about the most persistent symptoms that I have, which I think may be related to this occasional rash. I experience vulva and vaginal pain, bladder irritability and colon irritability. This has been going on for 10 years. I added Zyflamend to my protocol, which has been a great help. Is there anything else that you can suggest for the GYN symptoms. I really feel that this lyme disease is at its end point and I want to do whatever I can to be the healthy person that I once was. Thank you very much.


Stephen’s response:
I would recommend you to my partner Julie McIntyre: julie@gaianstudies.org.
Stephen
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