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momintexas
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I have some questions for a friend.

How often does Bartonella flare?

Is there any other infection that causes rages and do you remember what happened after the rage?

He seems to have flares with rage approx 25 days.

his Lyme testing negative - bart negative - myco negative -

We'd appreciate any thoughts or experiences.

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I never thought to time the frequency of flares in my family member with Lyme, but I could tell when that person was not compliant with meds by the deterioration of composure. So you might want to check if that is an aspect of the problem.

I think there can also be an emotional sensitivity with Lyme itself. I felt it (when I was sick) as an inability to reign in emotions. So my feelings might be valid, but they were being expressed out of proportion. I literally said to someone, "Listen to what I am saying, not how I am saying it."

And for anyone who knows me now and thinks I am still emotionally labile, hear this: I want you to listen to what I am saying, AND how I am saying it! [Wink]

Shaz

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momintexas
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Thank you for your response.

Up for any more replies.

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