Fighting the Battles

*Continuance of “My Story” starting with Blog #1: When your life flashes before your eyes in a flood gate of memories…

Time for a monthly phone consult with Dr. Jack!  It was July 6th, 2016.  Prior to our phone consult I had a feeling that our time working together was coming to an end.

As Dr. J and I talked, I told him how the month had gone; virtually no changes within the last month.  I was still heavily detoxing.  I was doing two enemas a day in order to keep up with the die-off symptoms, which included left side abdominal pain, low back pain, headaches, bloating, nausea and hot sweats (at times).  I was constipated; having the urge to have a BM but unable to.  I was unable to pass gas for hours even though I felt the need.  The die-off effects would only go away upon doing an enema to extract the toxins from my body.  I was frustrated and thought that maybe it was time to say good-bye to Dr. Jack.  But, who else is going to be able to help me?  I thought.

“One more month” went flying through my head.  I smiled at the thought of Mom asking me to stick with Dr. R years ago, saying, “Please Kelly, just one more month?”, despite my frustration.(“One More Month”)

Dr. Jack was not pleased about how things had progressed within the past month.  Nor was I!  “Kelly, I think you need to start easing off the enemas.  I know you probably don’t want to hear this since that is your ONE form of relief.  But, the R. biofilms shouldn’t be coming out after this extended length of time.  You are probably passing intestinal lining that look like biofilms, but aren’t actually R. biofilms.”  I was stunned at what he said.  It  felt like a slap in the face, although Dr. J would never mean it that way.  My heart sank and I was ready to cry.

My thoughts was, does he think I didn’t know what I’m passing in my enemas?  I knew I was passing BOTH R. biofilms and some intestinal lining.  The two are similar, but of a noticeable difference.

“Kelly, I really think you need to ease off the enemas.  It’s not going to be easy because your body is so used to them.  It will be hard, so you will have to start slowly.”  Dr. Jack was trying to re-assure and encourage me.  My head was spinning… but I was listening.

If I eased up on the enemas but kept taking the GOOP, that would give me a good indication of where my body was at?  I thought to myself.  “Okay.  I will try easing off the enemas and see how my body functions on its own.”  I responded wearily.  The phone consult continued and after he finished speaking I asked him some questions.  After helping me understand more deeply my questionings, Dr. Jack was going to write up a new protocol for me to follow for the next month.

Dr. Jack then restated, “Kelly, hang in here.  You are doing such a good job.  You’ve made so much progress already!”

“Thank you, Dr. Jack.”

After the consult, I went from two enemas per day, to one the next day.  By mid-afternoon my left side and back hurt.  As days continued I’d have a constant headache, sinus congestion, and extra tight abdomen, lower back and hip muscles.  After supper, the symptoms would heighten.  I’d go to bed restless and uncomfortable, waking up in the wee hours of the morning sweating with left side pain.  Sometimes it would burn deep inside, making it impossible to get comfortable.  After 1-2 hours of being awake I’d finally fade into a fitful sleep, only to wake in the morning feeling exhausted. Then, I’d do an enema, feeling better until after breakfast, when the supplements and GOOP kicked in. Together the two were killing bad pathogens, creating die-off effects.


JE June 9th, 2016

I bawled at breakfast this morning with Mom, due to utter frustration of feeling like this has all gone on forever.  Mom said very little, which was a good thing.  Guess I just needed a good cry!  Tonight as I write this, I still feel like I need to cry.  I worked today and was glad that I only had a handful of clients.  I felt really ill this afternoon.  It was rough. Freezing cold, back and gut pain, and felt like I had to go to the bathroom (diarrhea) a number of times but was unable to.  Felt like puking.  Was weak and awoke only to see I was back to having a big limp when walking due to the pain.  Did an enema when I got home and got MANY biofilms out.  That helped, but still have back and gut pain after eating supper tonight.  Very tired and sore in abdomen, back, hamstrings and upper neck/shoulders.

I continued to struggle in the weeks that followed, making it up to a day and a half between enemas.  The symptoms got worse as the time between enemas expanded.  My throat was very red inside and sore.  I started sneezing too.  Now, I was awakened in the wee hours in the morning with the FULL left side burning pain that made sleep impossible until it would finally reduce to smaller degrees.  Each time, this made me just want to go into the bathroom and do an enema to get relief.  I knew this pain and the symptoms were due to the R. biofilms dying.  I just wanted a good night of sleep.  Was that too much to ask for?

Trust me.  I was reminded.

“Okay Papa, I’m sorry.  Help me. Give me strength, peace and patience.  You and I both know I can’t do this alone.  I need your help, Papa God.”  I whispered weakly.

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