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  1. http://vaccinepapers.org/al-adjuvant-causes-brain-inflammation-behavioral-disorders/ "...the study found that the lowest dose (200 mcg/Kg) was the most toxic! For many outcomes, the 400 and 800 mcg/Kg dosages had no observable adverse effects, but the 200 mcg/Kg dose did. Crepeaux (paper): Non-linear dose-response of aluminium hydroxide adjuvant particles: Selective low dose neurotoxicity The low toxicity of the higher dosages appears to be a consequence of dosage-dependent inflammation at the injection site. The high dosages caused intense inflammation at the injection site, form
  2. I am suggesting you follow up on bartonella specifically.
  3. Yes, remission is possible. DD15 has now been asymptomatic for 2 years, but we had to treat the proper infections to get there. Partial treatment was ineffective.
  4. I would also suggest that you follow up on your lyme diagnosis. Because of lyme's tendance to suppress immune function, coinfections (bartonella, babesia etc.) are very, very frequently involved. Bartonella especially will produce neuropsychiatric symptoms: Psychoimmunology of Tick borne Diseases and its Association with Neuropsychiatric Symptoms https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kG7BHlByeQ
  5. Very interesting reading from AoA Contributing Editor Teresa Conrick: http://www.ageofautism.com/2016/12/cdc-denying-harmful-human-vaccine-consequences.html "A particularly notable finding in our study is the 900% increase in noninvasive pediatric vaccine-related isolates that was associated with serotypes 19A...serotype 19A frequently recovered from middle ear fluid specimens. ● It is noteworthy that serotype 19A—the original multidrug-resistant serotype reported from South Africa in 1978 [41]—emerged in the United States after the introduction of PCV7 in 2000, and many of these isol
  6. Stephen Buhner recommends both Japanese knotweed and kudzu for brain inflammation. I have found that both work very well.
  7. LLM is very experienced and will give you important information. Please take the time to search her archives to see what she has accomplished with her children. MTHFR deletions were an important factor in DD15's illness. Inability to detoxify will result in metal and toxin (from infections, but also from pesticides in food/water and vaccinations) overload which compromises immune function. In our case, bartonella was responsible for DD's PANS reactions. And very much like you, her symptoms increased with antibiotic treatment that addressed that infection. If you have been diagn
  8. Yes, the video is a good one. I feel better about our choices to eat organically and exempt from vaccinations every time I see it.
  9. DD14 was negative for lyme through Igenex, but she did have an IND result on one of the lyme-specific bands. She was positive for bartonella and negative for babesia microti. We treated bartonella with abx but didn't get to full remission. Her lyme WB (Igenex) started reacting more fully (more lyme bands popping up) as her immune response improved with bartonella treatment. It wasn't until we moved to herbal treatment with Buhner's full bartonella protocol plus the addition of some antimicrobial protozoan/babesia herbs that she became asymptomatic.
  10. Although in this article they mention improved socialization, even DD herself noticed a decrease in ticcing and other PANS symptoms during a fever. http://www.ageofautism.com/2016/07/immune-system-autism.html#more The researchers found that without interferon gamma, signals in a brain region called the prefrontal cortex run rampant, and mice tend to be asocial. The prefrontal cortex is involved in social behavior, and is thought to be overactive in some people with autism. “We show that an immune molecule directly controls brain circuits through neurons,” Kipnis says. ...This suggest
  11. DD14 was ANA positive (speckled type) indicating connective tissue involvement. No other indicators of lupus though. She tested positively for bartonella and lyme, and was later clinically diagnosed with babesia although testing negatively for it (all through Igenex). As her infections were treated, her ANA returned to normal. It wasn't a reach to assume that lyme was likely responsible for the observed connective tissue destruction. She remains in remission.
  12. Why folic acid supplementation/food fortification (energy bars, cereal etc.) can be problematic if we have MTHFR deletions. /www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWFPRI6X7P4&inf_contact_key=30aab23c6df2132c1a540c189895646f33499b9de8e26120377f0d2028093332 DD has an MTHFR deletion, and I was supplemented with high prescribed doses of folic acid when I was carrying her. She was born with a bruise at the base of her spine which has only faded in the last couple of years. I think we are lucky that she didn't acquire spina bifida from my supplementation; which was prescribed to decrease just that r
  13. Our LLMD originally used biaxin/rifampin to treat DD's bartonella infection. It produced herxing (die-off) symptoms which included increased fatigue, shin pain, emotional lability and headache. We were on vacation during the herx and we ended up having to get a wheel chair to get her from place to place (or around museums etc.). Be aware of the possibility of an increase in symptoms or the development of new ones, which might be an indication of other underlying infections.
  14. I was going to ask about coinfections as well. DD14's PANS symptoms were caused by bartonella infection which is notorious for causing psychiatric issues. For DD is caused motor/vocal ticcing, ADHD, the gamet of PANS symptoms.
  15. Thank you! I'm glad this information is making it to the mainstream - everyone needs to be aware.
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