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LisaK
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my new llmd says I have pneumonitis. they didn't really get into it as they are focussing on mast issues and babesia since they are making me the most ill right now, but is pneumonitis somethign any of you have??

I think dr is right becasue so many things set off my lungs. I had pneumonia cpl years ago from just cleanign my moldy basement (before I knew how bad it was). and sometimes I feel like an old lady, which I am not yet, [Smile] becasue it is hard to breathe.

I think it feels sort of like air hunger but with asthma mixed in and of course everythign sets it off righ tnow. maybe becasue im in treatment?

just wondering if it is from bad genetics or tick disease whole body syndrome or what???? I tried researching but I don't see much that really explains about it and how it happens

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If I was you, I would read this attachment. Save it and read it again. Get your doctor to do some testing.

https://rawlsmd.com/health-articles/mycoplasma-the-most-common-lyme-coinfection

Pam

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yes, Pam I tested negative for mycoplasma on my last bloodwork.

I will read this , thanks!

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