Just found your blog, great info on allergry treatments. Hope you are doing well. I am considering BAX 3000 or BAX Aura. I noticed you finished treatments but still have allergy symptoms. Do you think the treatments worked? I tried to read all your posts, it seems you did get some better but still have some symptoms. I did not see any recent posts on allergies. Do you think it is worth it and do you think you are cured or better? Thanks
I think the treatments helped me, but they have not been a miracle cure-all for me. With these complex bodies of ours, I am not sure there is always something to completely cure a person of their ailments.That said, these treatments were able to help me more than conventional medicine was able to help me. I am now at a fairly even keel. Though I do still take Zyrtec, most of the year my allergies are very manageable and I am not having the constant reactions to foods like I was before the treatments(even taking antihistamines). I do avoid gluten now (have for a few years, though I fall off the wagon ever so often and that's my reminder why I am off of gluten and it really does bother me), and during my peak allergy season - ragweed season - I am more reactive than the rest of the year. But, it is not nearly to the extent that it was pre-treatments.When I go in for chiro care (which, I must sheepishly say, my appointments have been few and far between *blush*), I usually get a BaxAura scan just to see how things are going, and get a treatment for whatever shows up there. If anything shows up, I get treated for it.So, all in all, I feel that I am better off now, having had the treatments, than I would have been had I continued with the allergy shots (that I was reacting to) and the strict avoidance diet(with no luck in reintroducing foods) I was on before.
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