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misterchief

New York, NY

#21 Jun 19, 2013
FRED wrote:
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Unfortunately you are making up your own version of what "average" means or you got it off some cut and paste website like ehow.
Apparently the only research you've done is looking up your "doctors" phone number so he can explain everything to you. As I have done over a thousand hours of reading and am writing a book on these subjects your assumptions of what is "logical" are at best simplistic, baseless and naive. Your assumptions are logical to you because you're working with an extremely limited knowledge base.
You are not looking for information that people post about symptoms they have that are related to another type of infection because you are completely unaware of any of the complex issues going on in this forum, instead you are just proud of your own mindless gibberish.
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/14...
"Topical permethrin appears to be the most effective treatment for scabies."

http://cid.oxfordjournals.org/content/35/Supp...
"Usha and Gopalakrishnan Nair performed a study that addressed the relative efficacy of topical permethrin and oral ivermectin. They found that a single topical dose of permethrin produced a clinical cure rate (97.8%)"

Do I need to provide more? I could. Numerous studies show that permethrin (and to a slightly lesser extent, invectermin), are sufficient and preferable to cure the vast majority of cases of scabies.

I backed my statement up. Now, it's your turn: provide specific extracts from studies that conclude that most people who have scabies also have lyme disease.
FRED

Golden, CO

#22 Jun 20, 2013
misterchief wrote:
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http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/14...
"Topical permethrin appears to be the most effective treatment for scabies."
http://cid.oxfordjournals.org/content/35/Supp...
"Usha and Gopalakrishnan Nair performed a study that addressed the relative efficacy of topical permethrin and oral ivermectin. They found that a single topical dose of permethrin produced a clinical cure rate (97.8%)"
Do I need to provide more? I could. Numerous studies show that permethrin (and to a slightly lesser extent, invectermin), are sufficient and preferable to cure the vast majority of cases of scabies.
I backed my statement up. Now, it's your turn: provide specific extracts from studies that conclude that most people who have scabies also have lyme disease.
Of course you could provide more , it's easy to find studies on permethrin and ivermectin because there are a million of them and they've all been talked about here a million times before, it's nothing new, profound or enlightening. It doesn't explain at all however the extremely low cure rate in this forum for those two in this forum, you need to pay closer attention instead of just spewing out this irrelevant junk. To get the information that I am looking at you have to work pretty hard and pour over articles and make thoughtful connections.

What I would suggest to you is to find the people here who have been cured by perm or iver , they are very rare. The other thing I would suggest is that you go to your "doctor" and get the western blot IGg and IGm test, he might even know how to read it.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2646031

"Borrelia burgdorferi was found so far in 30 species of Arthropoda, 13 species of mites (Acarina)"

http://www.borreliose-berlin.de/symposiuminyo...

"Work, which we completed this autumn, showed
that mites feeding on Borrelia burgdorferi infected mice
take up Borrelia. This puts mite-problems in a new light and
requires epidemiological investigations ."

My research is on the cutting edge and your knowledge is redundant and fairly useless to the people here, by the time they find this place they've already read your info because it is easy. Come on put in a little more effort genius.
To explain all this to you would take a lot of my time and you are apparently too simple minded to make those connections.

Your information here is irrelevant and can be had on google in 10 minutes.

The other thing I would suggest is that you go to your "doctor" and get the western blot IGg and IGm test, he might even know how to read it.

It could take years to develop symptoms and you remain blind because you choose to.
FRED

Golden, CO

#23 Jun 20, 2013
if you want to see how groundbreaking your info is look at these threads.

http://www.topix.com/forumsearch/health/scabi...

http://www.topix.com/forumsearch/health/scabi...

The other thing I would suggest is that you and your family go to your "doctor" and get the western blot IGg and IGm test, he might even know how to read it.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#24 Jun 20, 2013
FRED wrote:
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I see the infections are very active in your brain tonight. That is quite a central nervous system infection you've got there. Can you hear the movement in your head? Can you feel the pathogens crawling inside what's left of what used to be you?
You and New York are carrying on a conversation with YOURSELF, Fred?

You still don't get it, do you?

You're is a contraction of "you are." Use it appropriately. dumb fkfce.

I'm not going anywhere Fred, get used to it.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#25 Jun 20, 2013
FRED wrote:
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Of course you could provide more , it's easy to find studies on permethrin and ivermectin because there are a million of them and they've all been talked about here a million times before, it's nothing new, profound or enlightening. It doesn't explain at all however the extremely low cure rate in this forum for those two in this forum, you need to pay closer attention instead of just spewing out this irrelevant junk. To get the information that I am looking at you have to work pretty hard and pour over articles and make thoughtful connections.
What I would suggest to you is to find the people here who have been cured by perm or iver , they are very rare. The other thing I would suggest is that you go to your "doctor" and get the western blot IGg and IGm test, he might even know how to read it.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2646031
"Borrelia burgdorferi was found so far in 30 species of Arthropoda, 13 species of mites (Acarina)"
http://www.borreliose-berlin.de/symposiuminyo...
"Work, which we completed this autumn, showed
that mites feeding on Borrelia burgdorferi infected mice
take up Borrelia. This puts mite-problems in a new light and
requires epidemiological investigations ."
My research is on the cutting edge and your knowledge is redundant and fairly useless to the people here, by the time they find this place they've already read your info because it is easy. Come on put in a little more effort genius.
To explain all this to you would take a lot of my time and you are apparently too simple minded to make those connections.
Your information here is irrelevant and can be had on google in 10 minutes.
The other thing I would suggest is that you go to your "doctor" and get the western blot IGg and IGm test, he might even know how to read it.
It could take years to develop symptoms and you remain blind because you choose to.
You are ridiculous. Do you even realize that MOST people that come here are cured by ivermectin and permethrin or a combination of ivermectin and topicals. They are LONG GONE. You can't get that through this very thick stupid brain of yours. Weirdo.

Since: Jun 13

New York, NY

#26 Jun 20, 2013
FRED wrote:
<quoted text>
Of course you could provide more , it's easy to find studies on permethrin and ivermectin because there are a million of them and they've all been talked about here a million times before, it's nothing new, profound or enlightening. It doesn't explain at all however the extremely low cure rate in this forum for those two in this forum, you need to pay closer attention instead of just spewing out this irrelevant junk. To get the information that I am looking at you have to work pretty hard and pour over articles and make thoughtful connections.
What I would suggest to you is to find the people here who have been cured by perm or iver , they are very rare. The other thing I would suggest is that you go to your "doctor" and get the western blot IGg and IGm test, he might even know how to read it.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2646031
"Borrelia burgdorferi was found so far in 30 species of Arthropoda, 13 species of mites (Acarina)"
http://www.borreliose-berlin.de/symposiuminyo...
"Work, which we completed this autumn, showed
that mites feeding on Borrelia burgdorferi infected mice
take up Borrelia. This puts mite-problems in a new light and
requires epidemiological investigations ."
My research is on the cutting edge and your knowledge is redundant and fairly useless to the people here, by the time they find this place they've already read your info because it is easy. Come on put in a little more effort genius.
To explain all this to you would take a lot of my time and you are apparently too simple minded to make those connections.
Your information here is irrelevant and can be had on google in 10 minutes.
The other thing I would suggest is that you go to your "doctor" and get the western blot IGg and IGm test, he might even know how to read it.
It could take years to develop symptoms and you remain blind because you choose to.
Let me summarize our discussion here then:

Me: The average reader who has scabies should start by seeing a doctor and following a doctor's prescription.
Fred: The average reader who has scabies also has lyme disease, doctors don't know anything and what they prescribe will make things worse, the average person who has scabies should treat themselves for lyme disease. This is based on studies, I'm a scabies genius, look how many posts I have, and have you seen the high horse I'm riding on?
Me: Studies show that the standard cure regimen prescribed by doctors cures close to 98% of cases of scabies. So that should work for the average person. Here are links to examples of such studies. Can you point us to studies to back up your claims here?
Fred: Nope, no studies back up my claims that any substantial portion of people who have scabies have lyme disease. But I know of some people who have a hard time curing scabies, so all those studies showing how permethrin/invectermin are curative for most people are meaningless, everyone should try my cure for lyme disease.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#27 Jun 20, 2013
invectermin? lol...

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#28 Jun 23, 2013
VSS wrote:
invectermin? lol...
You're an idiot, you have been an idiot for the 2 years you've been here.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#29 Jun 24, 2013
lotus_fan wrote:
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You're an idiot, you have been an idiot for the 2 years you've been here.
Like I said, it is time that you LEAVE the SCABIES forum....

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