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I have found a clinic that will administer the exact protocol you received. I have some questions for you though:

How long have you had HSV?

How long have you been outbreak free?

Have you felt any prodrome symptoms AT ALL since your HBOT treatment?

Have you done anything else at all to perhaps aid in suppressing the virus? Any combination of treatments? Lifestyle?

Sorry to bombard you with questions but so far you are the only person I know of who has possibly cured themselves of this thing. If you could let us know as many details about your experience as possible, both before and after your HBOT treatment, it would help us out a lot in our research. Maybe the real documented results that will help people will start with us here, on this forum. I have outbreaks every 1-2 months, so it won't be long before I know if the HBOT has been working or not. Thanks in advance for your help.


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I have had seven treatments of HBOT at 2.5 atmospheric pressures, I feel healthier, but I'm still having symptoms, my treatments only last an hour. Does anyone have any anecdotal evidence that if stay in for longer it would be beneficial. Any information that anyone can provide would be greatly apprecaiated

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For newtothis:

Endeavor posted this previously; I've highlighted some areas that may help answer your question:


Tell your clinician that the protocol that was used on me was United States Air Force (USAF) Table 6 plus two extensions.

This amounts to six hours beginning at 60+ feet of hyperbaric pressure

They will put you in a tank and put you under the pressure of a simulated 60 + feet of water pressure. From there they will SLOWLY bring you back to suraface pressure. WHILE DOING THIS YOU SHOULD BREATHE pure oxygen for fifteen minutes and off of oxygen for five minutes. This is done all the way back to normal pressure.

Tell them it is the standard treatment for the "BENDS" (also known by the name decompressioin sickness). If they are a reputable organization they will know what you are taking about and what protocol to follow.

When you get out of the tank you will feel the best that you ever have. Someone will be in the tank with you the whole time. As long as the individuals in charge of this operation are competent you will be completely safe but it must be done by individuals who know what they are doing.

If they are only putting you in the tank for 15 minutes at a time or anything less than airforce table 6 plus 2 extensions I cannot assure you it will work. Best of luck. Keep in touch here and keep me updated of how it works for you. I will be very interested in your experience. If you follow this protocol you will never have another outbreak again. Once you have completed this and have documentation I would really like to meet you in person to talk more about it and track your results.

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