Day 7 of 12 of my stem cell treatment has just passed.

Yesterday was my only day off from the 2 week treatment protocol, and I experienced something I haven't experienced or said 2 anyone in years.....

I actually had A good few hours of going out and enjoying life like a "normal" person!!!

Not ok like I say on occasion

But

GOOD :))

 

Also, I woke up this morning to something even more incredible...

I can be in a lighted up space without my sunglasses 😎

No burning

No watering eyes

Ocular issues from Lyme disease have been a daily struggle for so long for me. 

I honestly do not remember when they began during this rough 16 years thanks to Lyme and co-infections.

It's been a long time.

 

I'm so thankful for those milestones 💚

And

I look forward to many more over these next few months.

 

So today, it was back to the Stemaid clinic.

We started out with a new procedure today

Rolfing

I know most of you (as I did) are saying

What's Rolfing?

Rolfing is a form of bodywork (similar to massage) that reorganizes the connective tissues, called fascia, that permeate the entire body.

It's used for:

⁃Decreasing pain

⁃Improved posture

⁃Increased flexibility and range of motion

⁃Improved coordination

⁃Increase in energy

 

Then it was another round of

⁃Photon booth

⁃IV chelation

⁃IV B17 (also known as Laetrile)

⁃IV embryonic stem cell implantation

All went well today, but after the stem cell IV, I was affected with increased fatigue and pain (this is normal).

 

I'm so happy that I'm starting to see positive results in this Lyme disease treatment protocol.

And with each passing

Day

Week

Month

I will see more improvements!

Even after the 2 week treatment period is over :)

 

So good things going on now as I'm

Living the Lyme Life 💚

 It's a good day

It's a good day

 B17 treatment  

B17 treatment  

 Another beautiful day at the clinic

Another beautiful day at the clinic