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herpes

  1. JamesGatz

    Are STD's real or not and if not - what explains the symptoms of STD's ?

    I was reading this thread : https://raypeatforum.com/community/threads/having-zero-concern-for-stds.42107/#post-686547 So what do people think of this germ theory ? It seems people on this forum are split 50/50 if these germs or many of these STD's actually exist ? If STD's are not real and...
  2. D

    Is it safe to take agmatine with herpes?

    I have been found to have an active herpes virus and I have neurological symptoms and ADHD. But I also have migraines sometimes, and I would like to take agmatine to reduce nitric oxide. Is it safe?
  3. Sefton10

    Successful protocol for viral/fungal issues and vertigo/tinnitus

    I wanted to post this in case there is value in it for others experiencing similar issues. In recent months I have been really struggling with what I suspected to be Ménière’s disease or Labyrinthitis. Symptoms were a constant feeling of vertigo/dizziness that would flare up in acute attacks...
  4. haidut

    Self-reported Health Much Better Predictor Than "objective" Tests

    I like this study for a number of reasons. First, it validates the idea that the patient knows quite well when something is plaguing them despite the current approach to ignore completely self-reported symptoms. Second, it confirms the connection between stress and inflammation, and viral...
  5. haidut

    The Herpes Viruses Are Activates By Stress, And Can Cause Cancer

    Over the last few months, I received at least 20 emails from people questioning Peat's statements that viruses are activated by physical or emotional stress, estrogen, NO, prolactin, etc. Keep in mind that estrogen, NO, and prolactin are all biomarkers of stress themselves. This study explains...
  6. M

    Hypothyroid Mononucleosis Connection

    Hypothyroidism and infectious mononucleosis--an unusual association. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1503083/ I had mono as a teenager- anyone else?
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