(Sign above copied from my Original Site – click to enlarge)
I was Formally Diagnosed with Atypical TB July 2001
Symptoms had started 18 months earlier
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Update Jan 2016 – Comments and Emails – Quick Helpful Tips
I Am Still here!
Mid 2009 I Stopped All Antibiotics, Tests, Doctors and Specialist Visits.
Atypical TB has been the least of my problems since then, if it is at all.
I have been primarily dealing with the devastating consequences
incurred by Long term use of Antibiotics, as detailed in related entries
Had i known it would have been so hard i would have never done it at all.
Nevertheless, i have found ways to improve to best levels possible
and live a more tolerable life and survived well over the expected
survival term -even from after termination of treatment- and still going…
Comments and Emails
Although i Do Not conduct Private correspondence anymore
i am prompted by a few emails i have received recently
to Post a modified Entry that contains general points
– which i addressed in a few cases that i did sent a reply –
one of Interest to many Visitors with similar questions and concerns,
together with a List of Hints gathered from Recent experiences
that have not been included in earlier Entries.
General Response to Emails
“I am not in a position to offer advice regarding the right course of action
when even the Specialists who treat many people cannot decide effectively
what is the correct and most beneficial course of action for each individual.
It has taken me a long time and have paid a mighty high price of pain
and extreme discomfort which could have been avoided
had i known back then what i have come to learn along the way.
I would have been able to have made much wiser decisions
and would be in a much better condition than currently.
Nevertheless, i have survived it all and managing to live a better life.
In my Blog i have related many of my basic Experiences -though not all-
and if one has the patience to read through All the Entries,
they might get a good idea of what may prove helpful
in making More Suitable decisions for themselves.
Additionally i would advise visiting and reading the Malassezia Blogs
as All Three of them show how the story continued and how the Long Term
Antibiotics have brought me to a place where i often wanted to stop fighting
and give up living. Fortunately again, having left the doctors behind
i found my own way through and have arrived at a much better
more tolerable state of living.
It all comes down to choices and what is Best For Helping the Body
to Help Itself and Fight or Contain the Illness and Survive a Better living.
There is plethora of information one can find in these Blogs, many directly
connected to the Health of the Lungs –as Malassezia is one more of the ills
affecting the Lung – (Including Photos of presence in Sputum and Analysis)
and many entries dealing with Problems it presents- and solutions-
and of Improving Overall Health and Immunity.
It may take time reading through them all but it is time worth spent
presenting Valuable Information that may bring Hope and Benefits
and may help Avoid trials and possible errors
that could prove painful for the long term.
One question that may arise after reading these entries may be:
“Would One Be Better Off Not taking any Antibiotics?”
This is not a question i could answer for other people.
It is a Decision for each individual to make after thorough Research
and Serious Considerations of their Personal Condition and Life style.
I believe this is where my sites provide some information
-though based on my personal condition, and experiences-
of possible repercussions as well as helpful solutions.
Some Quick Tips
* Take up Long Exercise that Forces the Lungs to Inflate
* Provide ‘Live Nutrients’ to Boost the General Immune System
* Provide Adequate Hydration To Promote Mucous Elimination
* Avoid Air-Conditioned Places (Warm or Cold)
* Avoid Consuming Cold Foods/Drinks–Best at Room Temperature
* Avoid Foods that Burden the Digestive and Eliminative Processes
Details and More Tips and Suggestions are Presented throughout , in
Suggested Related Entries:
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