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Here's my symptoms...Help?

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  • Posted By: TRenee
  • September 21, 2007
  • 11:53 PM

The basic about me is I am 19 yr old female who has had a long history of about 6 years of major problems. The strangest part is that it is is spells in which i will have a period of no symptoms but when they come back they are worse. Family histroy of neurological issues but no diagnosis.
Hand tremor
Arm pain-electrical/shooting
Balance problem
Dizziness Eye discharge
Eye pain-sharp from the back Eyes very sensitive to light
vision floating spots Sometimes uncontrolled movement
Fatigue all day, long term nightsweats
Burning pains General pain
Joint pain Trouble concentrating
Knee pain Knee unsteadiness
Leg pain-electrical/shooting Legs feel heavy
Light headed Memory loss
Muscle pain Muscle twitches
Muscle weakness Neck pain restricted movement confused more Tingling, arms, feet, fingers and toes
Sleep disturbance Hot/flush face flashes
Urination frequent at night Double Vision
Spacey Numbness
Bowel motions alternating constipation/diarrhea Fall asleep abnormally
Unsteady Walk/off balance Hand clumsiness
Heart beat irregular-very fast for no reason Sensitivity to heat-symptoms worse
Muscle tone loss Hand Tremors sometimes
difficulty starting Urination

This all comes for a long period than gets almost all better but it has been progrssively worse each time. Been to hospital 3 major times 1. leg went completley paralyzed for while 2. leg was twitching/spasming uncontrallably 3. left side of body went numb/tingling/shooting electrical pains HELP!

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  • IMO Lyme, lyme, lyme. What area of OH are you in ? NE, SE, NW, SW, Central ?I am in OH too and could refer you to a health pro in your area that treats lyme. I know some personally in different parts of the state.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • September 22, 2007
    • 00:10 AM
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  • hey ralph. I live around the Dayton Ohio area. Can a doctor test for Lyme? I am not really outdoorsy but i do not know a lot about it
    TRenee 12 Replies
    • September 22, 2007
    • 00:14 AM
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  • Only two labs test correctly. Bowen or Igenex. Traditional labs often have false positives or false negatives. Let me call some people in your area that may be familiar with MDs that diagnose and treat it. I am beginning to work in your area and will be at Olympia Health Food Store in Kettering on this tuesday. I will be using a combo of Chinese medicine and computerized technology which does not see the physical form of something, it recognizes the electrical pattern of things. Not sure if you are familiar with the place or if you want to get assessed this way, but it is a different way to look at health problems. If you are, call Olympia (look up the # in the phone book) and ask about the appointments with Dr. Gus on Tuesday. If you do come, bring a friend or relative with you to see what is done. If you would like to confirm who I am and what I do, I can give you some names of a health food store in Bellefontaine (Au Natural) or a DC in West Liberty (Dr. Tony Clasen) that I work with. I am located east of Columbus about 40 miles and work different days in different areas.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • September 22, 2007
    • 00:37 AM
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  • Thank you for your help/ What exactly does this type of assesment involve?
    TRenee 12 Replies
    • September 22, 2007
    • 01:10 AM
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  • Sorry for the wait - my nine year old daughter needed some internet time. Used to be called EDS - electrodermal screening, now it is called MSA- Meridian Stress Assessment. The major assessment is checking 58 acupuncture points and then correlating them into fourteen body systems (liver and gallbladder, heart and circulation, endocrine which are hormones, respiratory and more) and seeing which are most stressed. Very very small currents that you cannot feel are run through the meridians and then measured to see if there is any resistance. We can also look for specific energy patterns of things such as parasites, lyme and more. There are a number of machines out there, but this is the only FDA approved device. I have been using them for 9 years in allergy and sensitivity practice and other health concerns. You may see the machine I use at www.biomeridian.com - there is a 17 minute video about it. Please remember this video is to mostly get health pros interested in it, however it is a very good overall view. After assessment then nutritional recommendations are made. The reports are easy to understand as they are colored charts. Gotta go to sleep now, thanks for asking. Even if you just want to watch me test other people (with their permission) and not get tested or get tested at another time, that is fine too.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • September 22, 2007
    • 03:25 AM
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  • Ok now i understand a lot more. I appreciate your answer. What time of day will you be at Olympia...How early i mean.
    TRenee 12 Replies
    • September 22, 2007
    • 06:25 PM
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  • Any sexual encounter ? Exposure ?I have the same stuff.Its called CFIDS, got to do with ur nuervous system all messed upBen
    goloka 5 Replies
    • September 22, 2007
    • 07:13 PM
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  • Any sexual encounter ? Exposure ?I have the same stuff.Its called CFIDS, got to do with ur nuervous system all messed upBenNo, I saved sex for marriage and my husband has been my only partner and i have been his. I have had the symptoms way before that What does CFIDS stand for?
    TRenee 12 Replies
    • September 22, 2007
    • 07:32 PM
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  • Right now for example, i am having horrible shooting/electrical pains down my neck and back and in my arms. Sometimes they make my fingers lock up or my muscle twitch. I get bad tremors when I am in a lot of pain
    TRenee 12 Replies
    • September 22, 2007
    • 07:49 PM
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  • Will be there officially from 12 to 6, but not sure of how many they have scheduled. Could get there a bit early if you want to talk - about 10:45 or so. CFIDS = old name for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, used to be called Chronic Fatigue / Immune Deficiency Syndroms. Lyme does seem to come in stages, getting worse as time passes.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • September 23, 2007
    • 04:08 AM
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  • Well, although i am interested i think i do not have quite that much money, but if you would still look up the testing centers for lyme around here i would appreciate it.
    TRenee 12 Replies
    • September 24, 2007
    • 02:48 PM
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  • TRenee - the labs with accurate testing are: Bowen Research and Training Institute727-937-9007Tarpon Springs, FLwww.bowen.org Igenex Labs Palo Alto CA You will have to search for that one, I have no other info. You could call them and ask for practitioners in your area that test that way. Hope you find someone and somethings that help you. Ralph
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • September 24, 2007
    • 04:33 PM
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