1. I would keep an open mind about the auto immune part. If there is any "unidentified (= not found)" intracellulair pathogen then the immune system has mostly no other choice than to simply get rid (e.g. phagocytosis) of the " infected " cells or encapsulate the micro environment (e.g. cyste or thickening) and sit it out.
I am sorry that that doesn't narrow things down at all.
It could be tested with wide spectrum attempts for killing (spooky HC, spooky spectrum, spooky pulse scan, nano silver, catsclaw, artemesia etc etc). if it is truly auto-immune then there is nothing to kill. My educated guess is that that chances are significant something could be killed, maybe even something relevant for those "symptoms". A lot of pathogens are known for triggering auto immune diseases (e.g. mycoplasma's or "simply" vira). Is it really auto immune then? Or is there an underlying reason? (also don't forget toxins like teflon pottery)
then a more complex puzzle for the liver could be any liver parasite that modulates the immune system. As a result vira have more room. Finally the immune system has to do something (half work) with the infected cells. A chronic situation with more and more damage.
2. I don't have any suggestions for Spooky programs but wanted to suggest to you in the mean time you consider Dr. Berkson's triple antioxidant combo which has improved many people with hepatitis, cirrhosis, and fatty liver within a few weeks. It consists of three things you can find at most local health shops or online...
-Milk thistle (silymarin)
-Selenium (selenium methionine)
-Alpha lipoic acid (ALA)
Note: if you have silver/mercury amalgams or are known to have mercury issues avoid alpha lipoic acid as it chelates mercury and could make you feel sick. Andy Cutler's chelation protocol has more info on ALA and mercury. A quick google search should bring up plenty of info.
3. Natasha Campbell-McBride talks about the GAPS diet. She says about 70-80% of your immune system is in the gut and if you have an autoimmune type problem then you should pay attention to getting the gut right.
4. Autoimmune hepatitis that goes untreated can cause permanent scarring of the liver tissue (cirrhosis). Complications of cirrhosis include:
Enlarged veins in your esophagus (esophageal varices). When circulation through the portal vein is blocked, blood may back up into other blood vessels - mainly those in your stomach and esophagus. The blood vessels are thin walled, and because they're filled with more blood than they're meant to carry, they're likely to bleed. Massive bleeding in the esophagus or stomach from these blood vessels is a life-threatening emergency that requires immediate medical care.
Search for varices found Somatostatin MW. Load this program into Shell (Empty) Presets->Remote->Substance (R) MM
Fluid in your abdomen (ascites). Liver disease can cause large amounts of fluid to accumulate in your abdomen. Ascites can be uncomfortable and may interfere with breathing and is usually a sign of advanced cirrhosis.
Cirrhosis Hepatitus, Cirrhosis of the Liver & Ascites programs are in database.
Load these programs into Shell (Empty) Presets->Remote->Healing (R) JW or JK. Run non stop on Remote.
The these two custom presets can be chained into one Preset.
Hepatitis C is a blood borne virus contracted when the blood of an infected person enters the blood stream of another person. It was first identified as “non-A, non-B hepatitis” around 1973 (although more recent analysis of blood from as early as 1948 shows the presence of hepatitis C). It was not until the late 1980’s that genetic testing allowed for a full analysis, identifying the individual properties of hepatitis C which had kept medical and scientific staff baffled for decades.
Chronic hepatitis C infection can result in progressive liver inflammation (viral hepatitis), which may progress to scarring (fibrosis and cirrhosis). If left untreated, inflammation can lead to mild, moderate, or serious liver disease and in some cases, liver cancer and liver failure. Hepatitis C is the leading cause of liver transplants and liver cancer in Australia.
As hepatitis infection is a blood borne virus that is why I would scan the blood.
Autoimmune diseases are linked to Leaky Gut Syndrome. If you search this forum for "+Leaky +gut" you will find many posts about this.
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