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lymenotlite
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Three or four times a day, my head heats up and I have trouble breathing, then the heat migrates down to the rest of my body and that usually produces a thin film of sweat. This lasts for a few minutes.

I’ve just finished with a yearlong Mycoplasma pneumonia protocol and the heating effect went on the whole time without interruption although I had a lot of other positives relating to usual M. pneumonia symptoms. So I’m not sure what the heating cause might be.

Any ideas?

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I'm just starting to think maybe I have food intolerances. I'm so used to thinking lyme-related that anything else did not occur to me.
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Babesia? I have similar symptoms and have started babesia treatment. My test was negative but they appeared in the blood smear.

First month of treatment I had night sweats and chills. Those are gone but the day sweats are worse.

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Mycoplasma ia a very hard to get rid of. I've been treating with rife for 15 mths.

It still gets reactivated even today. Usually it's a stressor aka life that get it going.

My Naturopath says as we hit more and more biofilm this is expected and happens.

Have you tried herbals?

Pam

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I used the Buhner protocol for M. pneumonia and was on it for 13 months ending last month - am much improved from where I started. In about 2015 I also used the Buhner babesia protocol for five months and I believe that is gone - no more headaches from hell and big improvement.
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It sounds like Babs.
But you never really know.

I treated Babs for 5 months and felt so much better.
But it's back. Haven't sleep a decent nights sleep in I don't know how long. Up 5 to 6 times with night sweats, headache, fatigue. I'm back on malarone and within days a noticable improvement.

I tested high for p.mycroplasma, EBV, detectable brucellosis and 5x the normal range for rubeola (measles).
I am immunosuppressed and don't hold antibodies to anything, not even tetanus.

Did you ever get tested for IgG subclasses 1 - 4?
We carry ALOT of viruses because our Immune system is dysfunctional.

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I have tons of food intolerances. It could be that or even mast cell activation.

MCAS:
http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/3/36299

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