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    Ladies discuss their libido after taking iodine
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    Q) I would truly like to know.
    Have any other women seen an improvement in their libido since supplementing with iodine?
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    A) Too many answers to re-post. See the link here:
    Thread: Women only please - for now - libido at Iodine Supplementation Support by VWT Team (ThreadID: 1435148)
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbhikes View Post
    My rash is going on two weeks now. I do the salt flushing -- I put a half teaspoon of sea salt in my hand and swallow that down with a glass of water a couple times a day. My urine is yellow. I reduced my iodine dose. I eat brazil nuts and get plenty of vitamin C from my food. I washed all my clothes. I've tried vinegar on my skin and then tried baking soda. Cortaid does nothing. All the red welts have become red scabs but I still itch all over my back and torso in new places. Am I the only one who has had bromoderma? I am wondering how long it lasts.
    I suggest stopping ALL of your supplements and if that doesn't help, go to see a dermatologist asap. Does it itch more at night? You might have Scabies. Do a google on scabies photos to see if you look like that. I have posted a thread on a scabies cure if you determine that is what you have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizz View Post
    Thanks for that post, do you think this would work on humans? There are some VERY desperate people out there bed ridden and in constant pain from Lyme Disease for years. If it works so well on dogs, maybe it will help these desperate folks?

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    Do you mean specificly in regards to Lyme? Id say theres a very good chance, I get the ones for Humans & use it for my dogs also.
    Basicly is colostum((sp?) which is the thing in mothers milk that builds up a babys immune system. It helps build up your immune system & tells it how to respond to threats (this also means it helps people with auto-immune problems because it telly your immune system NOT to react to a non-threat)
    My husband used to come down with every cold/flu/bug going around.. when I started using these.. if he was in contact with "infected" people or felt a bit of a sniffle coming on, he started heavy dosing for a few days. No more sick hubby

    The other thing is, that they wont cause any harm., you could suck down the whole bottle & aside from the risk of choking on the lil caplets...
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    Thanks. I hadn't thought of scabies. My partner doesn't have a rash. It itches equally all the time. But maybe a doctor with better eyesight than me can tell for sure. I just don't want to see any doctors and have to tell them about paleo or iodine and have to fend off their CW bullshit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbhikes View Post
    Thanks. I hadn't thought of scabies. My partner doesn't have a rash. It itches equally all the time. But maybe a doctor with better eyesight than me can tell for sure. I just don't want to see any doctors and have to tell them about paleo or iodine and have to fend off their CW bullshit.
    +1 on that. I was telling this allergy specialist I went to about it and he literally smirked and rolled his eyes at me.

    As a property owner, I know we are having a huge bedbug problem in the country as well. Could it be that, if it is not detox?

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    God I hope not. But my partner sleeps in the same bed and he's prone to hypochondria so I'm sure I would have heard about the slightest little problem if anything had affected him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbhikes View Post
    Thanks. I hadn't thought of scabies. My partner doesn't have a rash. It itches equally all the time. But maybe a doctor with better eyesight than me can tell for sure. I just don't want to see any doctors and have to tell them about paleo or iodine and have to fend off their CW bullshit.
    That doesn't mean anything. When I suffered with scabies, my wife never caught it. I don't know why, but she should have got it, horny dog that I am ;--)) . I caught it in October and didn't get it cured until mid-Jan. Most of that time was spent trying to figure out what I had and then determine a treatment. Gwynn & I have determined that doctors are worse than useless for skin problems.

    Whatever you have, it could be a reaction to one of your supplements. I suggest you do whatever it takes to pinpoint the source of your problem. That means stopping everything that is new since before you got the rash. Soap? Shampoo? New Derergent? Supplements? Stop it all.

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    Thanks for the report, Grizz. It's great that the iodine works so fast for sensitivity and semen. I'm wondering what we can learn about how iodine works from this. We're covering new ground. Scientists have been telling us women need more iodine than men. Yeah, only if you don't count male urogenital health!

    This may change the assumption that men need less iodine.

    Men may only need less iodine than women if we take the decline of men's urogenital health as normal.

    We need to think about this. This may redefine male physiology if we can get some traction investigating this info.

    Are their any other boards where you can circulate this info? I'm giving a an Iodine presentation in September which will be videoed and I want to get this info out there. Maybe coming from a woman the issue will get more attention and legitamacy and won't be dismissed as a guy thing. This is serious stuff. We need to compile more data.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LynneF View Post
    Thanks for the report, Grizz. It's great that the iodine works so fast for sensitivity and semen. I'm wondering what we can learn about how iodine works from this. We're covering new ground. Scientists have been telling us women need more iodine than men. Yeah, only if you don't count male urogenital health!

    This may change the assumption that men need less iodine.

    Men may only need less iodine than women if we take the decline of men's urogenital health as normal.

    We need to think about this. This may redefine male physiology if we can get some traction investigating this info.

    Are their any other boards where you can circulate this info? I'm giving a an Iodine presentation in September which will be videoed and I want to get this info out there. Maybe coming from a woman the issue will get more attention and legitamacy and won't be dismissed as a guy thing. This is serious stuff. We need to compile more data.

    Lynne
    We need more older men to volunteer to go on the Brownstein Iodine Program and then paint their testicles with a 50/50 mix of lugols 5% and Grapeseed Oil. There are at least a dozen members of Curezone & myself that you can mention in your presentation. So please do speak up on this subject. Also please pass out the link to my Iodine References that includes these testimonials. You can also post the link on your own websites. Also post it on the cover page for your Yahoo Discussion Group
    http://tinyurl.com/iodine-references
    I'm afraid this discussion group is simply too small to have any kind of an impact, and the Yahoo Prostate Group is just too skeptical.

    IMO, the problems with an older man's man's libido, prostate, sensitivity, ejaculation AND erectile dysfunction are ALL related to iodine deficiency, NOT old age. That is what I think based on my own experiences and from the men reporting at Curezone.
    Just look at all of these reports at Curzone for painting the testicles"

    Little did I know what I was getting myself into when I started taking 1/2 mg of iodine back in January ! It was like peeling back the layers of an onion! My problem is that I keep asking questions and Google is finding so many answers that I feel like I'm drinking water from a fire hydrant ;--))

    I'm very happy to have you as a friend. I know you will do well on your presentation.

    PS) If the title of your book mentions "Revitalizing Your Sex Life," you will certainly have a blockbuster best selling book for YEARS on the New York Times list ! The links I have here from Curezone for both men & women certainly gives you the background to make such claims. I propose a toast to your new book becoming a BEST SELLER!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbhikes View Post
    Thanks. I hadn't thought of scabies. My partner doesn't have a rash. It itches equally all the time. But maybe a doctor with better eyesight than me can tell for sure. I just don't want to see any doctors and have to tell them about paleo or iodine and have to fend off their CW bullshit.
    Ah, I told my diabetes Doctor that I had seen an immediate and noticable improvement in my FBG and dropped my Actos after switching to Paleo/Primal. He nodded, then gave me permission to drop my Januvia as I see further improvement. Although he is a doctor for the local diabetes group, he understands about too many carbs.

    Just today, I had a phone call from my cardiologist's nurse and I mentioned my last INR could not have been affected by my iodine supplementation. She was curious about why I would supplement with iodine and I gave her a quick rundown of the reasons why iodine is important. I did not get into the cancer benefits. But I did mention the connection to endometriosus and breast fibroids. She gave me a few minutes because she said "in her 23 years as a nurse, she had never heard of it."

    LynneF, I started painting my testicles yesterday with iodine and coconut oil (all I had on hand besides some oregano oil or olive oil). I di not have any dramatic result from it but all I have is 2% Lugols atm and did about 20 drops. I will report any change/improvement on the forum here. I am hopeful despite my stroke two Octobers ago.
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