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  1. it is believed that the inflamation caused by infections can trigger ch. search "full monty" on the boards for futher details how to get this under control. good luck! please report back
  2. snafu

    Omeprazole

    you don't need meds to treat LRP, just saying...
  3. not a fan of prednisone as it's just unhealthy can't comment on emgality, never used it. from what i've read it gives mixed results.
  4. have you given batch's vitamin d3 + cofactors a shot (no pun intended)? seems to be helping with migraines, too.
  5. this sounds like good news to me! so happy for you to be having pf days again, fingers crossed it stays that way. also very cool that the protocol seems to be working for your brother's migraines! good news!
  6. what the hell....that's the first time i hear such nonsense. either you take it upon you to educate him, jon019 provided links, or you get yourself a more knowledgeable and up to speed doc. take care!
  7. as always thanks for your thorough reply! i was thinking the same thing. i am triple vaxxed (my government forced us to be, by excluding unvaxxed people from everyday life, so i really had no choice) and still caught it a 2nd time...i will add more vitamin c to the mix and see what the future holds. again @xxx thank you for the information you provide! greets
  8. Hi @xxx, even though i religiously follow the vitamin d3 protocol (20.000 units a day) i still caught the china flu twice. any tip on how to prevent that from happening again? i always take all the co-factors and lead a healthy and active lifestyle. thanks
  9. vitamin d3 is fat soluble and not water soluble, you can't just piss it out. either use drops (oilbased) or if taking capsules make sure to combine it with food intake.
  10. yes, doesn't work, waste of valuable O2 Tip: after aborting with O2 stay on it 5-10 minutes longer, even if the acute pain is gone. that will hopefully prevent the rebound headache that can happen. take care
  11. just got over the infection a 2nd time. first one was in 2020 where i actually got long covid (lasted for 8 months) from my perspective: 2020: infected in october; cluster during jan./feb. was a bitch to bust, took 7 trips with strong lsd to kick it and had intense shadows for 2 additional months, not "normal" for me 2022: infected end of july and am having some weird activity on my cluster side: pain in jaw, temple, eyebrow and neck/shoulderblade plus migrainelike headaches that don't respond to anything, i just have to ride them out. so in my case there is a correlation. causation i don't know. but: since the infection is inflammation and it's inflammation we try to manage with batch's protocol it make sense that covid can cause headaches, clusters, migraines in people who already suffer from those diseases and are prone to them i reacted this time by taking lsd as soon as i was feeling well enough (this saturday) and by immediately upping my d3 to 60.000 units per day (planning on doing it for a week) and also upping things like vitamin c, zink and tumeric so far so good still getting activity but nothing that actually worries me. i am triple vaxxed: none of the vaxxes resulted in a cluster episode hope this info helps even if only anecdotal. edit: i also wanted to mention that my high d3 did not prevent the covid infection. i have been on the protocol for years now and it saddens me to say that even with that much d3 in our body we are not safer in any way. take care
  12. are you getting enough fiber with your daily food intake? on the contrary, magnesium tends to loosen stool and promote bowel movement, taking too much can even lead to diarrhea
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