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Reese_Witherfork

722d

I feel like I have such a hard time explaining how I feel and it’s very frustrating. I just never feel good and I’m always exhausted. I feel like there’s like a filter behind my eyes and if I could just remove it, things would feel more clear and I’d feel better. That’s as close as I can get to trying to explain part of how I feel. Does that make sense to anyone? Can anyone relate?

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    • Cre8iveKrys

      714d

      Yes, you nailed it. Same here.

    • Cre8iveKrys

      714d

      Yes, you nailed it. Same here.

    • minionmaniac

      720d

      Yes it sure is! I had 6 weeks of doxycycline followed by 6 months of The Cowden Protocol (you can get it online) which helped me a lot. But they told me it works best using both as I did then just using it alone. If you want to kno more about it just let me kno and I'll try and find the info of the place I got my treatment from

    • Tightrope

      721d

      🙏

    • minionmaniac

      722d

      Yes I completely understand what you mean! I see that you also have lymes disease. Once I was treated properly for my lymes and co infections the (filter behind my eyes) or severe brain fog as I think it actually was went away. It felt like I popped out of a cloud and everything was clear again. Perhaps it could be from the lymes still?

      • Reese_Witherfork

        720d

        @minionmaniac it’s possible, I know Lyme is difficult. I was given 2 weeks of doxycycline, that was about 8 years ago. Is there anything else that can be done?

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