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My recovery story

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by Ian, Dec 23, 2010.

  1. bootsydan

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    @Helen
    I appreciate your response. I have been tested for Lyme and it came back negative. The test was done by an infectious diseases specialist. I have not seen a neurologist, although seeing a neurologist still might be beneficial for a fresh outlook on the symptoms. Cheers.
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    I've noticed that a lot of the cavitation discussions have dead links. Specifically anything about the Cavitat scanner. Has the Cavitat scanner been removed from the market? Its difficult to research cavitation surgery/procedures - not finding a lot of recent information (most of it is about 10 years old). Its impossible to find local dentists that can even discuss the procedure. Has the procedure become too dangerous or too costly with no benefit?
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    did you get the LTT test?

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