My Zyprexa Treatment Story

My Zyprexa Treatment Story

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Since: May 12

UK

#1 Jun 16, 2013
Hospitalised for 2 weeks now with daily Zyprexa of 10mg, I'll blog my story shortly.

Since: May 12

UK

#2 Jun 16, 2013
Some info: I'm not in the UK; nor am I at my place in Spain. Nor am I cured, but I now have a team of doctors working toward this goal. My partner is presently much better, but yet not cured. My Internet 3G will time out shortly, so that's all for tonight. Plus soon it is medication and lights out time in my ward. Have a nice day or evening.

Since: May 12

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#3 Jun 16, 2013
In_UK2 wrote:
Some info: I'm not in the UK; nor am I at my place in Spain. Nor am I cured, but I now have a team of doctors working toward this goal. My partner is presently much better, but yet not cured. My Internet 3G will time out shortly, so that's all for tonight. Plus soon it is medication and lights out time in my ward. Have a nice day or evening.
Good luck having doctors make any sense of your problem. If you read, understand thoroughly and completely implement the information in this thread you will be cured.

http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/TP8...

There are a lot of fundamental reasons why doctors won't cure you and here is one;

The reason that pharmaceuticals are identified as toxins in the body is that they are synthetic chemical isolates. They are not naturally occurring substances in the body or any organism. All organisms are essentially made of the same building blocks or molecular structures, just rearranged to make a person, a wolf or a rose. The medicinal ingredients in the herbs work against these pathogens because they are the plant’s natural defense systems against the same types of pathogens. In the rain forest it is warm and moist and that's a good environment for these nasty pathogens to grow. Not all medicinal plants come from the rain forest, some of them are made from the roots of the plant, the root is in the soil where pathogens also thrive. That's why these plants have these kinds of defense systems. Plants have natural defense systems that are extremely sophisticated and complex and science doesn’t have the capacity to understand all the intricacies of their function. Medicinal plants can have 4,000 to 5,000 different phytochemicals inside each plant. These phytochemicals naturally occur in an organism and the historically used medicinal plants are compatible with organisms like Lyme patients. Synthetic chemical isolates do not occur in nature and cause a burden to the body because they are toxins. This is also why medicinal plants have few or no side effects.
misery_in_au

Sydney, Australia

#4 Jun 16, 2013
Great news and great to hear from you! So very glad that you are still with us. Looking up Zyprexa now. Much love xx
misery_in_au

Sydney, Australia

#5 Jun 16, 2013
Uh, doubt this is the real UK2. Looked up Zyprexa.

Since: May 12

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#6 Jun 16, 2013
misery_in_au wrote:
Great news and great to hear from you! So very glad that you are still with us. Looking up Zyprexa now. Much love xx
Yes great to here from him , another feature length drama in progress.
Ready on the set, Were filming in the Congo river basin!, Action!
In UK2

UK

#7 Jun 17, 2013
I'm the "real thing" and, like Misery, I looked up Zyprexa too before my first dosage. I'm taking it nightly, so say the doctors, to keep me calm and asleep over night while hospitalised. The doctors a combination of staff including (and here as a lawyer would add "but not limited to") are dermatologists, interal medicine, psychiatrist, tropical disease specialists, and pathologists. A biopsy is scheduled for 9 July, but so far I have had (several) blood test, stool tests (over three days), CT scan and skin viewings. An MRI is planned for the 20th.

I have also leased a professional microscope that sits on the table in my room. It has under lighting and requires a plug socket. Of course this does not endear me to the head doctor and, to add some humour, I thought about setting up Bunsen burners and coiled glass tubes etc; with the final touch being a white scientists coat and outwardly styled hair.

More importantly though, this what I'm seeing after washing hands well and drying with sterile cloth. Samples are taken at 23:00 (11pm) when intense activity is on my right hand,

1. Bright reddish-pink worm-like curved strands, very occasionally blue-purple and many times translucent. Worm and worm moults?

2. Brown nut-shaped things, most closely resembling the eyes of a fly. Worm eggs?

3. Clear starfish looking things.

I'm no doctor or trained researcher, so these things could be anything, but if I had to guess then:

1. Hookworm or river blindness worm and moulted worm skin.

2. Worm eggs or pollen

3. Larvae 2 legs or pollen

As mentioned, I have sold (very cheaply) my possessions or given them to daughter or friends. It's very liberating and have my Spain residence and vehicle only.

Now that I'm in the hospital, I'm not sure they are going to cure me or if I will have to learn to live with symptoms. I'm still unsure if I can.

I'll blog my progress occasionally. The doctors are trying to make an identification and treatment plan and at the same time giving me encouragement.

Today meds increase to 5mg Zyprexa mid-day and 10-mg Zyprexa before bed. They will also take another stool sample.

Since: May 12

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#8 Jun 17, 2013
In UK2 wrote:
I'm the "real thing" and, like Misery, I looked up Zyprexa too before my first dosage. I'm taking it nightly, so say the doctors, to keep me calm and asleep over night while hospitalised. The doctors a combination of staff including (and here as a lawyer would add "but not limited to") are dermatologists, interal medicine, psychiatrist, tropical disease specialists, and pathologists. A biopsy is scheduled for 9 July, but so far I have had (several) blood test, stool tests (over three days), CT scan and skin viewings. An MRI is planned for the 20th.
I have also leased a professional microscope that sits on the table in my room. It has under lighting and requires a plug socket. Of course this does not endear me to the head doctor and, to add some humour, I thought about setting up Bunsen burners and coiled glass tubes etc; with the final touch being a white scientists coat and outwardly styled hair.
More importantly though, this what I'm seeing after washing hands well and drying with sterile cloth. Samples are taken at 23:00 (11pm) when intense activity is on my right hand,
1. Bright reddish-pink worm-like curved strands, very occasionally blue-purple and many times translucent. Worm and worm moults?
2. Brown nut-shaped things, most closely resembling the eyes of a fly. Worm eggs?
3. Clear starfish looking things.
I'm no doctor or trained researcher, so these things could be anything, but if I had to guess then:
1. Hookworm or river blindness worm and moulted worm skin.
2. Worm eggs or pollen
3. Larvae 2 legs or pollen
As mentioned, I have sold (very cheaply) my possessions or given them to daughter or friends. It's very liberating and have my Spain residence and vehicle only.
Now that I'm in the hospital, I'm not sure they are going to cure me or if I will have to learn to live with symptoms. I'm still unsure if I can.
I'll blog my progress occasionally. The doctors are trying to make an identification and treatment plan and at the same time giving me encouragement.
Today meds increase to 5mg Zyprexa mid-day and 10-mg Zyprexa before bed. They will also take another stool sample.
It could either be Myiasis or Filariasis With all your technology you should be able to figure that out fairly quickly.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filariasis

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myiasis

http://www.morgellonsuk.org.uk/micromyiasis.h...

You're pretty dumb if you just ignore the material I posted.
In UK2

Heidelberg, Germany

#10 Jun 18, 2013
Yesterday the doctors informed me of a finding of entamoeba in me; either histolytica or dispar, they then took another stool and blood sample from me. And next I'm to undergo a spinal fluid extraction.

My CT scan only shown enlarged or swollen sinuses, do they said.

I know there must be some significance to the things I am seeing on the slides and will post pictures for all once my hand held microscope returns from shop (the usb wire is broken and cuts things out upon movement).

More I cannot post, but believe I'm in the most capable hands considering all options).

Question: could it be that Morgellons is simply an attraction vector like entamoeba dispar and the coloured fibres are moulting from worms such as lotus_fan has pointed to?
In UK2

Heidelberg, Germany

#11 Jun 18, 2013
Interesting:

"We first compared the sensitivity of clinical isolates of E. histolytica and E. dispar to H2 O2 . Both species of amebae were killed by H2O2 in a time- and dose-dependent man- ner; however, E. dispar was significantly more susceptible to H2 O2 than E. histolytica (Fig. 1)."

Page 3. Paragraph 3.1 (second column)

http://scbtrack.wfu.edu/Poole-files/Mol-Paras...

Since: May 12

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#12 Jun 18, 2013
In UK2 wrote:
More I cannot post, but believe I'm in the most capable hands considering all options).
Question: could it be that Morgellons is simply an attraction vector like entamoeba dispar and the coloured fibres are moulting from worms such as lotus_fan has pointed to?
Yes the doctors detected something in you but to have an accurate assessment of your actual problem you would need to know ALL of the infections inside you. The great majority of them are either not tested for or are untestable. Morgellons is a skin manifestation of chronic Lyme disease with a component from genetic engineering which is agrobacterium TI. Some more advanced doctors and scientists call it ‘borrelial dermatitis’ but the more accurate term is Multiple Infection Syndrome. In actuality you probably have 20 or more different infective pathogens inside you and they work together symbiotically in biofilm communities and they share DNA to share resistance. They also communicate using quorum sensing and use pleomorphic states to evede your immune system and treatment.

It's pretty sure that among your many infections you have babesia or a babesia like organism. There are 20 strains of babesia and they normally only test for 2 or 3 , there are 100 strains of BABLO and they don't test for any. You probably have mycoplasma or an anaplasma infection too and Bartonella and those require advanced PCR testing that they don't normally do.

So the testing is irrelivant. Whatever they identify inside you , no matter how hard they try, is only a small percentage of what your infected with. You have to treat for everything simulataneously, all pathogen groups, bacteria,fungi,viral, parasites, protozoal piroplasms,mycoplasmas, etc. The tests are useless.

Then the pharmaceutical drugs they'll use to treat you are synthetic chemical isolates of simple molecules. The pathogens work symbiotically and share DNA to quickly become resistant to simple molecules and synthetic chemical isolates are identified as toxins in your body so those just systematically poison you.

Your doctors have some nice white coats and sound very convincing I;m sure but after the 1000 plus hours of research I've done on this exact subject i don't think I could be in the same room with them without laughing at them.

I knew you had morgellons over 6 months ago but your not going to cure it with your doctors regressive understanding.

you have to do 3 things to cure it.

1. support you detox pathways, The die off from your infections will release a lot of endotoxins

2. remove toxins from your body and aggressively attack biofilm communities.

3. Treat synergistically with broad spectrum antimicrobials.

If you actually want to understand what is going on with you read my thread.

http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/TP8...
In UK2

UK

#13 Jun 18, 2013
I'm giving up posting here since Fred/lotus_fan etal. can diagnose from afar and hangs around promoting things despite being cured.

Over out forever.

Since: May 12

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#14 Jun 18, 2013
In UK2 wrote:
I'm giving up posting here since Fred/lotus_fan etal. can diagnose from afar and hangs around promoting things despite being cured.
Over out forever.
InUK2 if you are under the impression that your information is somehow valuable here then keep posting. If you choose to ignore what I have posted or even consider it because your emphasis is on your own self absorbed penchant for drama then by all means please leave.

Anyone who would create a thread like the "My Ivermectin Treatment Story" is obviously seeking attention. That thread didn't bring one piece of useful information to this forum. It did bring an infinite supply of petty drama but anyone can easily get that on TV.

Since InUK2 can't have or won't have a meaningful conversation about the details of the task at hand because he doesn't want to feel threatened by some real information then please do leave this place In UK2 and take your pathetic drama with you.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Histrionic_perso...

"Histrionic personality disorder (HPD) is defined by the American Psychiatric Association as a personality disorder characterized by a pattern of excessive emotionality and attention-seeking"

Since: Jan 13

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#15 Jun 18, 2013
In UK2 wrote:
I'm giving up posting here since Fred/lotus_fan etal. can diagnose from afar and hangs around promoting things despite being cured.
Over out forever.
Fred... winning hearts and minds. And turning people off to worthwhile treatments everyday.
Good job Fred. You really showed him who's right! </sarcasm>
FRED

Golden, CO

#17 Jun 19, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
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Fred... winning hearts and minds. And turning people off to worthwhile treatments everyday.
Good job Fred. You really showed him who's right! </sarcasm>
Do you ever have anything meaningful to offer on this forum? And I'm not talking about all your unsubstantiated half baked theories about what you have and of which you make up the facts about as you go along.

HG..........wake up! you have morgellons!

Sorry to upset you with my presentation of the facts, but 90% of what you post is either whining or unsubstantiated nonsense.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#18 Jun 19, 2013
Actually, it's very good to have difference of opinions here. Not everyone that comes to this forum has morgellons and/or lyme co-infections or multiple infection syndrome.

I clearly see from a third party point of view, that you have a problem with just letting it go that people may have a resistant strain of mite. And that they need guidance with clearing their infestation.

You don't know what people have here Denver. You only know what you had and how what you did helped you. No one here really knows what is going on with you and/or whether or not you still have symptoms. Only you know.

Hungry Ghosts has some legitimate points. Still, you have to let people talk on this forum. If you don't, then this is a not a forum at all. It's Fred's daily showdown.
FRED

Golden, CO

#19 Jun 19, 2013
VSS wrote:
Actually, it's very good to have difference of opinions here. Not everyone that comes to this forum has morgellons and/or lyme co-infections or multiple infection syndrome.
I clearly see from a third party point of view, that you have a problem with just letting it go that people may have a resistant strain of mite. And that they need guidance with clearing their infestation.
You don't know what people have here Denver. You only know what you had and how what you did helped you. No one here really knows what is going on with you and/or whether or not you still have symptoms. Only you know.
Hungry Ghosts has some legitimate points. Still, you have to let people talk on this forum. If you don't, then this is a not a forum at all. It's Fred's daily showdown.
I haven't prevented anyone from posting, that is a ridiculous assertion.

I do however give a factually substantiated opinion on the fountain of misinformation that comes out of posters like you. If you can factually discount my posts the do so, all your doing now is whining about not being the center of attention.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#20 Jun 19, 2013
I am not trying to discount the information you post. But this is a scabies forum.

Not a lyme/coinfection/morgellons forum.

The people needs help with scabies...

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#21 Jun 23, 2013
VSS wrote:
I am not trying to discount the information you post. But this is a scabies forum.
Not a lyme/coinfection/morgellons forum.
The people needs help with scabies...
But FRED knows *exactly* what everyone has! He's knows ~everything~. </sarcasm>

Fred, it doesn't matter how good your information is, if you're such a jerk to everyone that nobody listens to it, it's 100% useless.

UK2 could have used some of your advice on herbals and diet. He could have benefitted. But now he's not going to take any of your advice. You failed.

Luckily, I already knew about most of things you've talked about, so I don't actually need to listen to you or your bizarre insistance that you know what everyone has. I don't have Morgellons. I have springtails and a fungal infection from living in a moldy house. If you lived my life, you would agree with me that you have no idea what you're talking about.

You cannot make a diagnosis based on your assumptions. That's the stupid doctor's job. And my (formerly) stupid doctor saw a springtail exit my skin, crawl down my leg and jump away. That's not lyme disease.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#22 Jun 23, 2013
Fred, I know you want to continue to post. I honestly GET THAT. But, it seems that your behavior will never change, in that you will not have not, let people post. You criticize everything anyone posts, it doesn't matter weather it is substantiated or not. You simply haven't let a good conversation go on between two people here on this forum for a long time now. If you still have morgellons symptoms, or lyme symptoms, then you know that there are morgellons and lyme forums out there for you to jump right in. If they are monitored, you won't last more than 3 weeks on that forum. This is why you have taken it upon yourself to take over this forum, because it is not monitored. I know you are the one rating posts as nuts and clueless. It is you trying to talk, but you aren't posting because you know you are up against a rock and a hard place. You won't even let RK post, and he always presents some things people can try here. But, you can't stand knowing that there are people working together here to come up with something that actually WORKS. What worked for you, will not work for everyone. So, your continuous link to your thread, isn't working for people because it really doesn't cure scabies. It might help keep some symptoms down, but it won't cure. Go on now, and see if your behavior gets you anywhere on any forum on the net. Go on, now.

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