Hello all. First time posting here. So I was diagnosed HIV positive last year in August after I took myself to a clinic to be checked. I know that the infection occurred a year before that. Anyway, I was immediately put on medication which I took for 3 months then I discovered MMS in the third month of being on meds. I started taking MMS while taking the meds for another 1 week then stopped taking the meds for HIV. I started taking MMS around end of September last year then on 1st December of last year I went for an HIV test and was found negative. I was extremely excited and stopped taking the MMS as I had assumed I was ok.
My world came crushing down in March this year (3 months after being found negative) when I decided to take another test after I noticed that my left jaw lymph node had gotten enlarged. The results came out positive. I started taking the MMS immediately and have been on it since. The problem now is that my result is still positive. I have been taking the MMS again since March 20th but have on 2 days missed the protocol as I was on flights and liquids are not allowed in hand lugguage. I am being bothered on why the protocol seems to be taking long to give me a negative and if I needed to take it longer the first time I was on the protocol (1000+) despite a negative result. I am on protocol 1000+ currently but today have decided to take 4 drops per hour for 8 hours. Could somebody kindly put my mind to rest? Does that mean even when my result is negative I continue taking MMS? Kindly help.
Thank you very much for the response. I have not read the book as I have no access to it. I am in Africa. I rely on the MMS site for all the information I need as well as all I know so far.I will also go through the links you have provided me with and I will also write to Jim Humble. I really appreciate it.
You can purchase the book in PDF version and have it almost immediately. I prefer PDF books over printed ones mainly because of the search function - you can search for any word and find where it is located, which often is on multiple pages.
Note that current and the most up-to-date MMS protocols
are only found in Jim's latest book. He no longer publishes them on the internet.
On a good note, I forgot to mention that before I started taking MMS, I suffered from low blood pressure which was diagnosed in 2013 but it seems I had it earlier than that. My blood pressure is now back to normal. Had it checked 3 months after I started taking MMS. MMS really works! Thanks Jim Humble!
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