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12:58:51 PM

Hello Cynthia and Welcome,

Yesterday when I published your post I realized that not once have I ever greeted you. It is only due to the fact that we have been so overwhelmed by the amount of new toxicity disease sufferers in the past year.

I read your entire thread more than once yesterday and was extremely impressed. I can't thank you enough for taking the time and interest in paying it forward to help others who come after you. I look forward to doing the happy dance in your honor when you too will claim, "I am cured".

I look forward to following the final steps towards your total recovery. It's people like you that give me the courage, energy and strength to continue on.

God Bless, You Never Gave Up HOPE!


6:04:20 PM

Hey everyone,
It's been a long time. How do the months fly by. My son Jose has not really been symptomatic after 10 months though I still wash small fibers out of his hair but no more itching or purging for him.He keeps me busy with homework and his afterschool activities.
As for me my symptoms are lighter. If given up my kind bar in hopes to get better results. Ive given up my coconut macaroons for lent so I'm hoping to get closer to that finish line. Still have symptoms but not so bad. Just those hair issues. Still feel the crawlies in my hair but it doent last long now. Its been 18 months on Mels protocol,sleeping has always been my greatest challenge which is probably why my symptoms are not gone completely but I will not give up and keep doing the best I can though I feel like my husband has symptoms but will not come to terms as he believes this all in my head.I just seen him scratching a lot and wish he could go on board at least with diet.
I've given up on trying new foods because I have not had much luck but Im okay with that.Will stick with my salads,broccoli,cauliflower, kale, chicken ,salmon,eggs and almonds and green smoothies minus the apple.
Think I would like to try the odoban in my laundry, see if it helps more. With all the delinting my arms do get tired but I dont feel any crawlies on my body.Love my lint brush.
My shedule doesn't allow me to interact with the forum the way I would like but I urge all of you that Mels protocol is the only way to get rid of this bizarre disease.Give it time and you will see. It gets worst before it gets better but it will get better. I will keep you all in my prayers.
God bless,

4:55:34 PM

Hey Everyone,
Well it's been a year on the protocol but 10 months on MMS and my symptoms are getting lighter. Sleeping is still my greatest challenge but I am truly happy with the progress I have made. I can go several hours without symptoms. I dont worry too much when my symptoms increase any more. You were so on point Peter.I think rain increases them and humidity and in New York theres lots of humidity.Just walk around with my lint brush in my pocket and when the crawlies happen it picks then right up. The thing that washes them off for me the best is the sulfur soap.
My diet has not changed much still eat a lot of salads, chicken,eggs,salmon my coconut macaroons and my kind bar for dessert or almonds and pumpkin seeds. Had to cut out avocados cause I noticed it increased my crawlies. Want to try them again maybe next month.
My son has already had a week and a half without symptoms, the full moon doesnt seem to be affecting him. I do expect his symptoms to return but of course I hope they don't.
For all the new comers there is no quick fix but Mels Protocol works. Stick to the diet and cleaning and of course our protocol and faith in the lord.It is the sum of all parts. God bless you all.

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