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nefferdun
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I just went to a LLND last week and am taking meds for bartonella and Babesia. I have been treated for both of these infection before.

My primary symptoms are daily headaches (which immediately stop when I am on Bactrim), sore soles of feet in morning, and exhaustion, with exercise intolerance.

When I first started the ABX, I felt extremely anxious and could not sleep.

Most of my symptoms seem to be bartonella with the exception of the exhaustion.

Does bart cause exhaustion? I often feel like I am going to collapse and have to sit down. It makes me nauseated if I do not do so, and things begin to black out. It feels like I just ran while holding my breath - no oxygen.

Any ideas?

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bcb1200
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Hi Neff:

Sorry you are having a hard time. Been there.

Check this link out. Good info here.
http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/1/133379

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nefferdun
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Thanks BCB, that is the most comprehensive list I have ever seen. Seems like it might be bart causing my exhaustion and feeling of having no oxygen rather than Babesia.

I have treated bart three times.

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Chronic Viruses and Enterovirus cause exhaustion too. As well as many other symptoms. They pop in and out of activation because our immune system is so weak.

Abx won't do a thing for these chronic viruses. Just adds to the problem by making us more ill with yeast/candida/fungi growth. Of yes they also make us exhausted.

It's never just bacteria(s). It's this concept that is finally getting folks over the hump and feeling better.

I wasted treating way too many years thinking bacteria(s) alone.

Pam

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