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When your roof leaks everything gets into your attic sometimes even into your house. Not very great when your second largest organ starts leaking and its roof or top has a lid that keeps opening and put things into your blood stream. This will give you food allergies, my case a gluten allergy. If you have parasites that or they get into your body too. Your immune system starts attacking itself because it sees dangerous things in the healthy parts, You are on a vicious merry-go-round kind of at this point.

This to me is a much bigger problem than my Lyme disease I was infected with.

I keep getting multiple immune system infections, I have had five this month, two knee infections, two toe infections, and a underarm infection.

If I can close this lid, get the food allergies under control, rid myself of any parasites, which I was tested awhile back and had them, so I know I have some, I just was retested but tested even further, about fifteen different tests. But if I can close this lid I could really get back on my feet.

Leaky gut syndrome can affect your mental health, and with my borderline personality disorder that is not good, Also, it can cause even pain, and the allergies, and gi symptoms, which I suffer from daily.

I’m looking forward to getting on the path of health.

Yes, I have had lyme disease but I think sometimes you have to look at the bigger picture and if you are not getting better, they may be more things going on.

I am very lucky to have such a smart physician, he stays up on the latest research, talks with the best doctors, he is very kind, and always answers all my questions.

He is also saving my Mom’s life, she has an autoimmune deficiency. She is already getting better after one treatment!!!!

My sister lost her husband to ALS or Lou Gehrig’s Disease this past Sunday. I am glad he is no longer suffering and she does not have to watch him suffer. I am so sad that this awful disease ALS took him in almost less than two years! And that she lost her best friend.

This post today is dedicated to anyone affected by ALS or whom has lost a loved one.