Microfilia anyone ??????

Discussion in 'Lyme Disease Archives' started by Defor, Aug 18, 2007.

  1. Defor

    Defor New Member

    Hi has anyone heard of Microfilia?

    My friend has been trying to cure Lyme Borrelia with the help of a doctor in the UK. She's spent a small fortune and never gets any better...in fact, she's now worse than ever and she is completely bed bound and in agony.

    She's recently been told that she has microfilia...it's some sort of microscopic worm that gets into the lymph system and causes inflamation etc.

    A doctor from the USA contacted the doctor who is treating people for Lyme Disease in the UK. The USA doctor said that only half of his patients had recovered with treatment and he couldn't understand why. He'd taken all the blood samples to research centres etc. and even to Vets in the USA and asked them what was wrong with the patients.

    They tested the bloods and came up with the Microfilia diagnosis. I wondered if any had heard of this as it's a new one on us.

    Kindest regards,
    Defor.





  2. mollystwin

    mollystwin New Member

    I googled this and found out they are baby heartworms! All the hits were about dogs and heartworm. Go figure.

    So what is the treatment for this? I just did a parasite cleanse for a month just in case I had any. I wonder if this would clear up microfilia.
  3. mollystwin

    mollystwin New Member

    After 13 years of suffering with Lyme disease, a possible cure has been stumbled upon. A cumulative effect of much research has produced the possibility that salt and vitamin C may be all that is needed to beat this elusive illness. Without going into a lot of detail, our theory is that Lyme is not just a bacterial disease, but also an infestation of microfilarial worms. Bacteria, worms, internal mites and the possibility of other creatures have been quite horrifying. Ticks can transfer many types of pathogens into the body of their host. It is also possible that the tick could pick up a new pathogen and pass it on to their next host, explaining why Lyme patients have different types of organisms within their bodies. Shortly after starting the treatment, we were shocked by the presence of the worms. Microfilarial worms live symbiotically with bacteria. They protect the bacteria from being exterminated by the antibiotics. Our theory is that the microfilarial worm, though possibly a nematode, is a parasitic nematomorph which we name Paragordius Lyme Incorporehumani. The Lyme bacteria is Borrelia burgdorferi, named after Willy Burgdorfer.

    From experimenting with the treatment of salt and vitamin C, we settled on a dosage of 3 grams of salt and 3,000 mg of vitamin C, each dose taken 4 times per day.Depending upon one's weight this would approximate one gram for each ten pounds of body weight. We think total daily dosage should not exceed 18 grams of salt or Vitamin C per day, and 15 grams would be the average adult's dosage for a full 24 hour period. If the pills cause a problem they can be crushed or dissolved in water. To get an idea of the dosage, one teaspoon equals 5 grams; thus, one tablespoon would equal 15 grams. Please remember to drink plenty of water. The brand of salt pill we use is CMC (Consolidated Midland Corporation), NDC#0223-1760-01, ordered through a pharmacy (no prescription required). The brand of salt is not important, only its purity; do not use salt with any additives, such as table salt. And the vitamin C used is a GNC product, though any good quality vitamin C pill should work. We have no relationship with either company.

    The Treatment can be grueling; taking it with food may aid in digestion. The results should be almost instantaneous. The Herxheimer reaction is an excretion of toxins from dying organisms; this will be experienced. Diarrhea will occur as your body sheds itself of the pathogens. The die-off will occur in cycles. Try to stick with it; it is well worth the inconvenience. Remember to drink plenty of water. Water is an important factor, not just in keeping yourself hydrated, but to make sure the treatment is circulating through your entire body. Salt is an electrolyte which your body needs to function properly. Please proceed through the next 16 pages on our journey to a cure. You can click on any photo and get a larger view and a little more info. The photographs are untouched and no dyes were added. Our specimens have been saved in case the integrity of the website is questioned. The last page will attempt to explain how this conclusion was reached.

  4. Defor

    Defor New Member

    I'm amazed with all that information....thank you so much.

    I have printed it out and will send the information to my friend.

    Many thanks and very best wishes,
    Defor.
  5. amk33

    amk33 New Member

    I looked this up shortly after this post and found that treatment for microfilia is 1 dose of Ivermectin. Why would anyone subject themselves to Vitamin C/salt treatment if there is a one dose treatment. Anyway, when I was researching this I came upon pictures of onchocerca nodules (adult worms live under your skin and your body's immune response causes a nodule). They usually form near a bony part of the body, and the Central/South American form usually forms on head or near scapula. Anyway, I have a lipoma that looks like a nodule on my back near my scapula that I had removed 7 years ago...near the beginning of my illness. The doctor did not remove the whole thing (and during the operation he said, "what's that? Oh a muscle"), and it has grown back to slightly larger than it was. I think that these nodules can be confused with a lipoma to the untrained physician, since this disease is not supposed to occur in the US.
    I am going to talk to my LLMD about it. I'm sure she will think I'm crazy, though. Also, the floaters that I see, which I always thought were the lyme bacteria, look alot like the microfilia (which are alot larger than lyme bacteria, explaining why I would be able to see them). I did travel to Mexico many years ago, but I don't know.
    Are these coincidences and I'm grasping at straws?
    [This Message was Edited on 09/24/2007]