Re: human parvovirus
Re: human parvovirus
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Posted by Rowena
on July 25, 2000 at 05:56:43:
In Reply to: Re: human parvovirus posted by Ted, edited on January 08, 2000 at 00:00:18:
: : : :If anyone has any information on the human parvovirus, I would love to hear about it! It's been four months now and not feeling any better. Doctors say it lasts 3-6 months. But now I'm hearing YEARS!! Any help is appreciated. Can't seem to find any infor on it anywhere. Kristin
I was diagnosed with parvovirus in 1996, I had the symptoms for 10 months. As far as I can figure I contracted it from a friend's children. I certainly did not have any vaccination around the time I got the disease. My symptoms started with mouth ulcers, stiffness in the neck and then joints. I also suffered from chronic fatigue, muscle stiffness, spasms, shaking and tingling. I had a raised red rash all over my face and I lost a LOT of hair! The joint pains still recur occasionally, especially in the right foot. I went to a Naturopath who gave me lots of pills and potions [herbs and minerals] to boost the immune system and support my beleaguered body in its fight. Fresh food and a healthy diet are really important. Alcohol affects you badly so leave it alone! The disease left me with post-viral Chronic Fatigue Syndrome which I have learned to cope with. As long as I keep up the herbal/ mineral regime and eat lots of yoghurt and no meat I am okay. Needless to say I got no joy from conventional medical practitioners. Since I got the virus I have done some research in medical journals. Human parvovirus was discovered in 1975, so the information is limited. [There is more info on the net.] Being a virus there is no cure, but you can get relief, find a good Naturopath! Keep the Faith. Rowena
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I have been diagnosed with the human parvovirus for almost 3 years now. My symptoms have not improved. I have been to over 15 doctors to no avail. I have lots of symptoms but mainly muscle fatigue, muscle spasms, slight shaking, and occasional numbness and tingling. Most people
: : : seem to be affected in their joints, but mine seems to have gotten in my central nervous system.
: : : Let me know your symptoms and if you have any luck. I have tried just about everything so far.
: : : Parvovirus usually or always starts from some vaccination--these are made from filth--the blood,pus, lymph of sick animals then injected into some poor unsuspecting human. It may show up soon after a vaccination or a long time after. The antidote is cleansing the system (there is a number of sites on the web) but olive leaf, hydrogen peroxide (see hydrogen peroxide web site) and colostrum,if that doesn't cure you, you will need blood electrification (see Dr Robert Beck's site on the net). Don't have any faith in conventional medicine--they are drug pushers and butchers--they use only methods that involve a lot of money. The people's health is not even considered.
: : Best of health, Ted