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NEXIUM Raises the Hepatitis C Viral Load

Many presription drugs will raise the viral load of hepatitis c patients. Doctors are either ignorant or negligent; or both.
I do my best to let everyone know that there are many drugs that need to be avoided if one has Hepatitis C.
Nexium is one of them.
I have had hundreds of phone calls and emails from my clients who are successfully lowering their viral load and all of a sudden it is up millions of points.
Many of them have one thing in common. They took Nexium, the purple pill you see advertised on TV for acid reflux disease.

This time it was Carolyn W.
In October 2006 her viral load was 143.000

Carolyn’s doctor gave her a bag with 4 sample bottles of Nexium, 7 pills per bottle, 40 mg per pill.
She took all 28 pills.
She retested in December of 2006 less than two months later and her viral load was over 5.000.000 (FIVE MILLION).

I have seen this well over a thousand times where only Nexium was taken.

I also see this with Amoxicillin, Flu Shot, Hepatitis A & B vaccine, Viagra, Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, Celexa, Serzone, Lexpro, Effexorxir, Wellbutrin S/R and many other prescription drugs.
Amoxicillin will raise the viral load millions of points with as few as three pills
The anti depressants raise the viral load slowly over time with a steady move upward.
The Hepatitis A & B vaccine will raise the viral load millions of points and it will take 9 months to two years before it starts to come back down. The B vaccine will also damage your liver, raise your alt, ast and cause mercury poisoning.
Viagra raises the viral load slowly and steady

You can take Zantac, an over the counter product; it works just fine and does not raise the viral load.

Your doctor will not know this, will not believe it…
I have observed over 100.000 people with Hepatitis C for over 9 years. I am certain about the information contained in this report.

Lloyd Wright

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