Intravenous Glutathione – 5th treatment

Tomorrow will be my 5th treatment of intravenous Glutathione. I’ll be getting 2 grams injected in my arm. The IV treatment only lasts about 15 minutes. So far it hasn’t helped. For the rest of the day after the treatment I have a slight reduction of head tremor and a sense of sleepiness. I feel more fatigued for that day. I think I have two more vials of glutathione left to use after tomorrow. The one time my mood was elevated a little afterwards. 

Last night I put some cocoa butter on a couple pimples I had. I woke up this morning and was in more pain. I tried the cocoa butter once in the past and the same thing happened. My legs are burning more today because of the cocoa butter. When I got up I couldn’t make it down my steps. I have a long set of steps from the downstairs to the second floor. I sat on the top of the steps and had to go down each set of steps in a sitting position. I wasn’t sure if my legs were going to give out.

My breathing seems to be shallower for some reason and I am getting pain in my heart area. I am not sure if it is actual damage to my heart or if it is nerves or tendons that hurt in my heart area. Some of these poisoning symptoms are very hard to figure out.

I have a lot of rabbits in my townhouse development. They eat everything including some of my flowers and plants. My mom gave me a box of moth balls to put around some of the plants to ward them off. The smell of the moth balls was overwhelming. I could smell them from pretty far away. I hope I didn’t do any further damage with the pungent moth ball odor getting into my system. It is amazing how careful you have to be with things that that you once took for granted. After the Levaquin poisoning, I can’t tolerate many normal things that have a strong odor. Perfume and scented laundry detergent seem to be the worst offenders.  Being inside a car makes my head pressure worse. It is probably the low levels of gasoline fumes that my brain and liver are unable to tolerate.

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4 Responses to “Intravenous Glutathione – 5th treatment”

  1. Karen says:

    Have you heard of Dr.Rea and the Environmental Health Center- Dallas? I had glutathione IVs there but they dropped slowly over an hour. I was thinking yours were fast at twenty minutes or so. I have chemical sensitivity/chemical injury. Glad I found your site. Thank you for your courage.

  2. Gabriela says:

    I am having the same reaction as you. Do you know if it is making us more sick? Is our liver not able to take it? I get sick from car stuff too and laundry detergent.

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