Breakthrough Treatment for Symptoms of Lyme Disease! 
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 Breakthrough Treatment for Symptoms of Lyme Disease!

I would like to share some information about several articles on a
breakthrough treatment that I hope will be helpful to you!  I am a nurse
working with a neurologist who has found that many symptoms of Lyme
Disease such as headaches, memory loss, balance disorders, dizziness, or
poor concentration are actually related to a narrowing of the {*filter*}
vessels caused by the antibodies attacking the {*filter*} vessels in the
brain as well as the nervous system.  These symptoms become dramatically
improved with the use of vasodilators, medications that help improve
{*filter*} flow.  This information is outlined in several articles written by
him on Cerebral Vasospasm in Lifelines Medical Journals at MedForum's
web site.  The address is http://www.***.com/ , and is free to gain a
password and ID to access the articles.  Read these articles and share
them with your doctor, he can decide if this therapy will benifit you.
Please feel free to e-mail me with any questions.



Sun, 28 Nov 1999 03:00:00 GMT
 Breakthrough Treatment for Symptoms of Lyme Disease!

Hi all...

Remember that emergency room trip I took a month or so ago??  It was
because of a reaction to a vasodilator... :)  Of course, don't know if it
had anything to do with the Lyme, but I sure don't wanna find out!!!

Take Care,
Geri


Quote:
> I would like to share some information about several articles on a
> breakthrough treatment that I hope will be helpful to you!  I am a nurse
> working with a neurologist who has found that many symptoms of Lyme
> Disease such as headaches, memory loss, balance disorders, dizziness, or
> poor concentration are actually related to a narrowing of the {*filter*}
> vessels caused by the antibodies attacking the {*filter*} vessels in the
> brain as well as the nervous system.  These symptoms become dramatically
> improved with the use of vasodilators, medications that help improve
> {*filter*} flow.  This information is outlined in several articles written by
> him on Cerebral Vasospasm in Lifelines Medical Journals at MedForum's
> web site.  The address is http://www.***.com/ , and is free to gain a
> password and ID to access the articles.  Read these articles and share
> them with your doctor, he can decide if this therapy will benifit you.
> Please feel free to e-mail me with any questions.



Tue, 30 Nov 1999 03:00:00 GMT
 Breakthrough Treatment for Symptoms of Lyme Disease!

Quote:

>I would like to share some information about several articles on a
>breakthrough treatment that I hope will be helpful to you!  I am a nurse
>working with a neurologist who has found that many symptoms of Lyme
>Disease such as headaches, memory loss, balance disorders, dizziness, or
>poor concentration are actually related to a narrowing of the {*filter*}
>vessels caused by the antibodies attacking the {*filter*} vessels in the
>brain as well as the nervous system.

If you are able to forward the articles to me it would be very much
appreciated. You can either email them or if neccessary l can provide you
with my regular mail address. I tried accessing this info on the website
you suggested without success.

Thanks for your concern for us.

Regards,

Brian



Tue, 30 Nov 1999 03:00:00 GMT
 Breakthrough Treatment for Symptoms of Lyme Disease!

Quote:

>Hi all...

>Remember that emergency room trip I took a month or so ago??  It was
>because of a reaction to a vasodilator... :)  Of course, don't know if
it
>had anything to do with the Lyme, but I sure don't wanna find out!!!

>Take Care,
>Geri

The book on Cerebral Vasospasm sounds so interesting to me!
I get the often, especially that stupid venous angioma in  my
right hemisphere gives me problems.  BUT:  the problem with
vasodialtors may be related to Lyme.

Bb does in fact penetrate and drive through {*filter*} vessels,
especially the aterial vessels.  Pathologists have observed
this.  So if Bb's makin' holes and you vasodialate, zip zap
zam you can have some leaky {*filter*} showing up in
your brain.  My aunt pulled this exact same trick by over-doing
it with Excedrin.  Don't ask me if she has Lyme:  I don't
want to know that!!!

Dave



Thu, 02 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT
 
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