WOW, this month has gone by fast!
Two months ago, when I had my initial consultation my brain felt scattered, and the drive left me completely exhausted.
This time, I felt like a completely different person! I had a clear head, and although driving 4 hours round trip in one day is tiring, it didn’t exhaust me.
During the quick 30 minute appointment, Phil ran a Global Diagnostics scan first, and then reviewed the results. This time, I knew what to expect, so I relaxed for the 8 minutes during the scan.
My results were mixed, which was as he expected.
This scan showed my degenerative processes, and available energy had gotten a bit worse since treatment in Germany. My intracellular inflammation was also higher. Phil said this was normal, because right now my body is re-modulating after the treatment.
I wasn’t concerned, because its similar to what’s happened my entire Lyme journey. As my health improved and I felt better, my Igenex tests showed more positive bands for Lyme. That’s because my immune system was finally waking up, and working to fight the infection I’ve had most of my life.
There was also improvement!
My adaptive immune system measured that it was working at 15% prior to treatment in Germany, and now its at 3%!
The adaptive immune system is usually “silent” and is only temporarily activated to help our bodies fight things that evaded our innate immune system. The thymus therapy did its job to get my immune system balanced, and working properly.
Another improvement was a decrease in my overall toxic load. Prior to Germany, my active toxins were at 52%, and now they are at 15% My heavy metals were at 47%, and are now at 13%. Phil likes to see them at 20% or lower.
My oxidative stress also went down to 3%, prior to treatment is was at 20%. My brain showed improvement too, last time it there was inflammation showing in my HPA axis, last week it was clear!
I know many people may wonder, is this Global Diagnostics machine accurate?
I can confidently say it is!
One thing that confirms its accuracy for me, is that it picked up the exact same things my acupuncturist felt in my pulse. I’ve seen her twice before this follow up appointment, and she’s said my kidney meridian has been low. I’ve also had excess phlegm, which is a sign of a sluggish lymphatic system.
Everything the Global Diagnostics picked up about my body, is the same thing she’s told me since arriving home. The scan showed my kidney, and lymphatic systems were both functioning slightly below optimal levels.
My overall microorganism count is still much lower than it was before Germany. Surprisingly, the Borrelia, and Babesia, did make an appearance on this scan, however, their levels were different.
Borrelia showed at a level two, instead of a level four, like it was in September. Babesia showed at a one, instead of zero, and Tick-borne Encephalitis was at a level four, higher than the level two it was at in September.
I’ve learned not to put too much reliance in any of the tests for Lyme, and co-infections. I still feel great, and I’m not experiencing any symptoms, that is what matters!
Phil wasn’t concerned about those findings. He said the spirochete can’t be fully eradicated from every blood cell, however, the thymus therapy assisted my immune system in functioning properly which will keep Lyme from overburdening my body again.
He reminded me there are thousands of people living with Lyme, and co-infections who never develop a serious illness because their immune system keeps them asymptomatic for life.
He said I should continue to drink nettle tea daily, to help my detox pathways do their job. He also encouraged me to get plenty of sleep, and to not “over do” it. I shared I was trying to incorporate more rest, and relaxation in my daily life. He said that’s the best thing to do during this remodulation period.
So I guess I’ll be holding off on trying out Tabata running for a couple months. He would like to see me for another follow up in the next 6-8 weeks.
Overall, I felt really good about the results of my scan. I won’t allow Lyme and Babesia being detected get me down. I know my body is much stronger and will keep the infections from getting out of control.
I will continue to take the few recommended supplements, focus on more rest, and continue to stand on the positive affirmations in the book, God’s Creative Power for Healing. I’ve been repeating several affirmations daily since before I left for Germany.
I plan on providing a monthly Infusio update for at least the next year, and possibly longer, if my readers find it helpful. I hope my updates will allow those considering thymus and/or stem cell treatment, to make an informed decision.
Until then, I will continue to remind myself of Proverbs 18:21, the Message Bible version, says “Words kill, words give life; they’re either poison or fruit—you choose.”
If you’d like to talk with me about my Infusio experience, please contact me, I’d love to speak with you!