Yesterday was my first day of Apheresis in Cham, Germany at the Inus de Medical Center with Dr. Straube.
I am so glad to be here with another patient (Regina Weichert of Lyme Nation). It helps to shape my perception of treatment more generally instead of focusing simply on my own experience.
Yesterday Regina compared Apheresis to other IV’s she has had in the past. It was nothing like that for me. I had an incredibly difficult day for various reasons. I had pain. It was incredibly and unexpectedly emotional. I also felt very unwell for hours after treatment and, while it improved quickly, I still feel poorly today.
Keep in mind please that I wouldn’t have made a trip to Germany if I were feeling well in the first place. The cross-country trek is part of my journey, but I am also meant to use my voice to help others prepare for this pilgrimage. I can handle the treatment today because of the work I have done for the past two years and I can use this experience to help others.
Because we are some of the first patients to visit from the U.S., there was little information from others on the procedure, or support for travel.
There are things that can help to make this trip and experience easier and I will gather my thoughts around that and share with others when I can be home and recoup.
Peace, love light ~ Stacy
hi, i am considering apheresis… i see you didn’t have a great experience… do you think it lightened your toxic load at all?
Dr Klinghardt says 2 cycles can reduce toxic load by 20%?? does that sound realistic to you?
thanks for any input
I know there are a lot of people that benefit from this treatment. If you are working closely with a doctor during the process, I would think it could, at least theoretically, be helpful. But there is no way to predict exactly how you will respond and it does create a lot of oxidative stress. I am not categorically against it though.
Can I ask why you think it caused a lot of oxidative stress? did the toxins keep coming out after the session? what detox agents did dr straub use on you? ALA or ??
Apheresis clears the blood of toxicity. Afterwards, because that toxicity has been cleared, more toxins will be dumped from deeper in the system back into the blood supply, which can be overmuch for some people, particularly if there are any methylation challenges. If that happens to fast for the body to clear it, there can be oxidative stress. That is the best way I know how to share what I was told by my doctor at the time.
Hope this helps!
Smiles, Stacy Shuman
I have had four apheresis treatment at INUS in Cham, Germany with Dr. Straube.
I am very happy with results and the results are dramatic and very diverse.
After my treatments in August and returned to the USA and was retested be a place where I do chelation for heavy metals. After years of battling mercury and lead poisoning, etc. with chelation and other means my mercury was UNDETECTABLE (test preformed by DOCTOR’S DATA, St. Charles, IL)and the lead down by one third.
Recently, I had two more treatment with Dr. Straube and the subsequent tests have not reached me.
I had one treatment (out of four) that was uncomfortable, but the others were not bad. The patient must not move their arms for about two hours and the needles are big.
My treatments have been highly successful much more than I was lead to expect from Dr Klinghardt and others.
The town of Cham is now one of my favorite places in Europe.
Thank you so much for sharing your amazing success with Apheresis in Cham, Germany with Dr. Straube. I know a lot of other people that have directly benefited from this treatment as well. Additionally, it is helpful for others considering making this voyage to hear these stories firsthand. I am thrilled that Apheresis helped you to reverse many of your symptoms from heavy metal toxicity and lead poisoning. I hope you continue on this amazing path of good health and connectivity with others in this community.
Again, thank you so much for writing.
Smiles, Stacy Shuman