.... but if they wake up dead?
Just an off the wall discussion topic:
We are or all have done this protocol (bar one or two).
We are here doing this because, having looked at what’s around and the likely outcomes that mainstream medicine has to offer and this seems like our best bet. In my case, mainstream medicine is offering me nothing, so not a difficult decision.
I have been coming here a while and, naturally, have encouraged others to follow in my steps. Offering others advice is certainly more onerous than following that advice one’s self. As I say, in cases like my own (PPMS) where there is nothing else on offer, the decision is easy. When it comes to others being advised, I have to be more cautious. If I wake up dead, I don’t suppose I’ll give a damn; others waking up dead will haunt me!
I watched a video a while back about a geeza with liver cancer that followed his own path and was quite clear in his own mind that he knew better than the doctors.
I have discussions with various people on here. For those that experience herxing, I have absolutely no trouble in expressing the belief that they are on the right track. For people like myself, where any herxing is far less apparent, I think it is more difficult to be so positive and so sure that one is on the right track.
In a separate thread to this, a member yawned at the concept of MS be autoimmune. I recall reading a while back that DW wrote something to the effect of “Once MS becomes truly autoimmune, antibiotics won’t help” (sorry if I misquote there). I recall too, MacK chiding someone who was not experiencing great herxing that had bemoaned that fact. I supposed that I am saying that it is difficult to know. If you herx, it's horrible but it must be like having a bloody great neon sign telling you that you're going the right way. How do I feel (at the end of this pulse): Yuckkie!