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While it's common to get cysts as you age, keep in mind it's also common in TBI's.

Case in point. . .
Last year I had an ultra sound of abdomen that showed liver and gallbladder cyst. Urologist took a wait and see approach.
Follow up last week showed abnormal changes. So they ordered up a MRI.

I did my research BEFORE my MRI. I wanted the radiologist and the Doc who was gonna read it to KNOW what they're looking at so they don't slice and dice me and make a chef salad.

This is what a Bartonella lesion looks like;

So I printed out 2 researched papers to take to my MRI appointment. Surprising both were very receptive. Asked ALOT of questions and I was more than happy to educate!

"The liver lesions appears to be a benign cyst enhanced in a suspicious fat."

Great news but wait, what's that suspicious fat?
I believe it is a biofilm.

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