I'm in kind of a weird spot between doctors as I moved a couple months ago and haven't yet found a good person locally. So I hope maybe someone can help me. About me: chronic lyme, candida, severe chemical sensitivity, allergies to foods, abx, others, oxalate sensitivity, sulfur sensitivity, mild thyroiditis Treated with: banderol, samento, collolidal silver, monolaurin, grapefruit seed extract, diflucan, LDN, amla, multimineral and B complex, methyl B12 injx, aloe vera - not much progress!! My current situation: Leaky gut + candida persistent so was recommended MSM, NAC, among other things. Cannot tolerate these at all!!!! Suddenly found myself with overwhelming sulfur sensitivity. MSM, NAC, epsom salts, onions, garlic, etc cause extreme nausea, racing heart, feeling faint, fatigue. Why suddenly now? Always had migraines with raw garlic but never had this till now. Ultimately these sensitivities are a detox issue right? I feel now this is the biggest burden preventing me from getting better. Although I supposedly have infections, antimicrobials don't have much positive effect... just herx a bit, then nothing. My question: How to approach detoxification? I had my methylation profile done and my doc said nothing is too remarkable except some CYP stuff, which no one seems to know what it is? I'm thinking about trying the Klinghardt protocol but seems like a lot of foundation work with vit K protocol before I would actually get to the detox portion? After the K protocol how can I tackle my specific sensitivities (oxalates, sulfur, etc?) In the past my doctor recommended me a detox kit from biotics research but I couldn't tolerate it at all! It made me so nauseous, lost my appetite, super bad toilet troubles... and only got worse as I tried to push through, so I gave up. I'm hypersensitive to everything, starting a new treatment is like stepping through a minefield... I feel these bad reactions must be a sign that I'm really in need of detox, and just need to find an approach I can tolerate? Any comments at all are greatly appreciated! Thanks!