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Re: Message #6112 Mast Cells Hi Todd Infections with helminths, including hookworm and whipworm, are universally associated with initial responses characterised by Th2 cytokines, high
Message #6112 Mast Cells I have some type of mast cell involvement in my disease process. It is somewhat uncharacterized at this point, but clinically significant (i.e. not much on
Re: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and AutoImmunity For the benefit of others reading I just want to state the somewhat subtle but very basic difference between "cause" & "effect" when talking about a
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Re: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and AutoImmunity John, I'd say you pretty well got it covered. :) There was one other article that I couldn't seem to lay my hands on. It was speculative, but well
Re: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and AutoImmunity Understanding of the aetiology of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/M.E. is still limited, so there was understandable excitement, in 2009, when a study found that DNA
Re: Nightmares... the bowel... and activity of immune system This is definitely food for thought. I have a max of about 85 hookworms now, and haven't gotten any new ones since last summer. I've been considering getting
Re: Nightmares... the bowel... and activity of immune system Hey Marty, I have similar issues. When my immune system is left to its own devices and I get a cascade of symptoms, my restless legs get WAY worse. My sleep
Re: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and AutoImmunity More evidence of autoimmunity in CFS. Rituximab in CFS, Pheonix Rising
Nightmares... the bowel... and activity of immune system Dear all, probably this is a bit off-Topic - i am not sure but there are so many People with so much experience here... i just wanted to risk a try and ask.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and AutoImmunity Hello, I wanted to post here a possible autoimmune component for CFS. There is increasing evidence that these ideas have a firm foundation. My path into
Re: Hookworm Incubation Did you boil it to make sure there is nothing living in it? From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of
Re: Hookworm Incubation I don't know about bone charcoal, but you can use activated filter carbon which you can buy in pet stores - it's used in fish tank filters to reduce the smell.
Re: Hookworm Incubation Where would a person get Bone Charcoal? From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of paul badger Sent:
Re: SV: [helminthictherapy] RE: 11 weeks with hookworms Hi Sara, Yes, I take insulatard and novorapid as I've done from start about 13years ago. I'm LADA T1D so it progress very slow and I probably had it unknown
Re: SV: [helminthictherapy] RE: 11 weeks with hookworms Hi Ake- Quick question, are you taking insulin? I just take long acting once per day, 6 units in an attempt to keep the strain off of my pancreas. I've had
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SV: [helminthictherapy] RE: 11 weeks with hookworms Hi Sara, Great then we are 2 doing it. Yes yours is similar to mine, I had a tired foggy feeling for several weeks so it its probably due to the worms but it
Re: Neuropathy Hi Jim At around 3 months, you’ve only just reached the point at which hookworms begin to “work”, and some subjects do feel worse before getting better.
Re: 11 weeks with hookworms Hi Ake- I have too now begun helminthic therapy for type 1 diabetes. In in week 4 now. Just today I have a feeling of being very tired and a little foggy,
Neuropathy I have Neuropathy I infected myself with Hookworm in November. A lot of people told me that the hookworms helped the Neuropathy. Mine seems to have gotten
Re: Mast Cells/Contacting Forum Member Hi Todd Thanks for the great link, and, yes, I was thinking that a slow introduction of low numbers of worms would be called for in this case. Best - John
Re: Mast Cells/Contacting Forum Member Thank you, John. Yes, much of that information is printed out, or in my Favorites List. Dr. Afrin's paper is a must read for any masto. patient for sure.
Re: Mast Cells/Contacting Forum Member P.S. My tryptase levels were elevated, but not really high. This is suggestive that I have a mast cell problem, but perhaps not a clonal mast cell problem,
Re: Mast Cells/Contacting Forum Member Hi Todd Have you come across these resources yet? Mast cell disease information: http://m.arupconsult.com/Topic_MastCellDz.html
Re: Mast Cells/Contacting Forum Member Thank you John. I've already logged about 10 hours of reading here, and had picked up on and noted much of what you said. Mast cell disorders are differing
Re: Mast Cells/Contacting Forum Member Hi Todd Firstly, I’m afraid that Emilia Jenson appears not to be a member of the group currently, so we have no contact details for her. Secondly, very few
Mast Cells/Contacting Forum Member Hello, This is my first post. I hope I don't violate any rules. I've done several searches under "Mast Cells". I turned up one thread by an Emilia Jenson,
Re: Crohns/Ulcerative colitis completely cured by Whipworm I think "cure" is a really strong word for this. Treatment might be better, because you constantly need it. Cure might mean you're back to before you had
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Re: Crohns/Ulcerative colitis completely cured by Whipworm Hi thereI am also using WhipWorm to treat UC - would like to hear how others are getting on with this. laurenhowells89@... Thanks Lauren To:
Re: Crohns/Ulcerative colitis completely cured by Whipworm HI, Trying to reach Zanymacho to communicate further about your whipworm experience treating your UC. I am considering the treatment for my severe colitis and
Re: some questions on side effects Hi Amelia The black stools may be a result of the inflammation that the worms will be triggering in your small intestine, but I’d definitely talk to your
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