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MissVictoria
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My Bartonella is flaring up right now and I have reddish-purple horizontal lines on my back (the classic Bartonella rash) that are very noticeable. Is there anything I can do to get rid of this?

I had these marks much worse years ago and they eventually went away with treatment, but I'm not on antibiotics anymore. To treat the infections now, I am taking Cat's Claw and Biocidin.

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Antibiotics are the most effective solution.
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map1131
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There is many ways to eliminate bart without abx.

I'm not sure if bart stretch marks disappear after you've eliminated it or not.

Don't worry about the stretch mark for now. Remove the cause.

Pam

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Thank you
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TX Lyme Mom
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Our daughter's Bartonella "stretch marks" gradually went away, but I've forgotten exactly how long it took. One day much later, we just noticed that they simply weren't there anymore.
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