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Hyperthermia and IV infusions

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by TheChronicSituation, Jun 27, 2013.

  1. TheChronicSituation


    I have been seeing a doctor in the Breakspear clinic in the UK for a few months now. She has recommended that I have a number of courses of treatment, including hyperthermia, and IV infusions of vitamins, glutathione and B12 to aid detoxification. Full details on my blog...

    I am trying to decide whether it is worth doing, as it is not cheap. Does anyone have any experience with either of these treatments? I would appreciate any input.
  2. xchocoholic

    xchocoholic Senior Member

    Hi. Fwiw, I'm not sure that even after 8 years of detoxing my body could handle all this. I tried iv vitamins
    a couple of years ago and my only improvement was that the ivs stopped causing severe pain in my
    arm at the injection site. Imho, I need bioavailable nutrients (adb12, p5p, etc) and these weren't available.

    I haven't read your whole blog and was wondering if you've eliminated toxins from your environment. Both dietary and
    whatever comes in contact with your body via touch or breathing. This would at least
    lighten the toxic load on your body so you might be able to process these treatments. If you google prohealth
    cytokines you'll see an article that explains what I'm taking about.

    Imho, Taking hot epsoms salt baths will detox the same as the hyperthermia. You'll need to have
    the water hot enough to bring your body temp up to 103 - 104 tho. It's been awhile since I tried this
    so you'll need to verify what temp your body needs to get too.

    I only did this twice because when my body
    reached 103 I started dry heaving and feeling faint. I have (had?) a known parasite infection at the time
    so I assumed my reaction was from dying parasites. Tmi .. Lol ..

    So imho you may be able to save some $$$ if you try these options first.

    Good luck. X

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