Stem Cells At Infusio Frankfurt

I am back from getting Stem Cells at Infusio in Frankfurt! Overall the entire process was pretty amazing. I am really glad I went to Germany for my Stem Cells. Everything went smoothly, was easy and not stressful at all. It was also a nice perk to have a little bit of a vacation. I got to do some sightseeing mixed in with my treatments and cash in some of my travel awards I have been accumulating as I pay for my Lyme Treatments. 

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I'm Getting Stem Cells!

Stem Cells are the next big step in my treatments and I am hoping one of the last. Overall I feel 50-60% better most days. My remaining symptoms are mostly in my brain. Brain fog, memory issues, focus, cognitive issues and neurological issues. I also still struggle with fatigue, tiring very easy, massive food allergies and Autoimmune Conditions that were triggered on because of Lyme. Thymus Therapy did help a lot with my energy, but it has dipped post cavitation surgery so I am hoping once I am fully recovered from surgery my energy will go back to where it was pre-surgery or better.

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4 Year Lyme-iversary

Four years ago today my life changed forever from a bug the size of the period at the end of this sentence. Many of you know that I have struggled greatly with my health in that time due to Lyme Disease. For two years doctors could not figure out what was wrong with me and why my health was rapidly decaying. I have now been in very intense treatments for just over two years and feel 80% better most days. 

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Lyme + Tick Prevention Tips

Prevention is key when it comes to staying safe from Ticks and Lyme Disease. Keep in mind that Ticks that transmit Lyme and Co-Infections can be as tiny as a poppy seed and can be very difficult to spot like in the photo for this blog post. Those are Nymph Ticks on someones hand. How are you ever supposed to find one of them on you and keep it from getting you sick? They jump onto you and find a safe place to feed for days and transmit whatever infections they are carrying. Some studies show ticks only need to be attached for an hour or less to transmit infection.

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