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tickedoff2wice
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HI AL. MY DAUGHTER HAS TESTED IGM POSITIVE TO THIS FOR TWO YEARS NOW. IS THERE SOMETHING THAT ANYONE HAS TAKEN TO GET RID OF IT FOR GOOD? THANKS
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t9im
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Hi to2:

Zithromax is one of the meds for this but treatment can be a long time (over 8 months).

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jackie51
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I think it takes two meds to conquer. Look for Dr. Nicholson's info.

Lots to learn, not easy, I am still trying to find answers.

Use search function and read old threads.

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little_olive
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Bactrim or Rifampin (to kill what's there) with Doxycycline or Minocycline (to keep what's left from reproducing)! I personally wouldn't recommend Zithro for long-term because it easily leads to antibiotic resistance.

Myco is a slow-reproducing pathogen so it will take a while to eradicate.

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Myalgic encephalomyelitis, 2002 | Viral onset, following Hep B vaccine
Lyme since '06 | Bartonella since '08 (cured) | Mycoplasma pneumoniae since '08
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IgG deficiencies and MTHFR 677TT mutations

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As Jackie suggests, this is the best place for information:
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http://www.immed.org/

Garth Nicolson, PhD site. He's the primo researcher in the subject of mycoplasmas.

You can also find his presentation DVD from the recent ILADS conference:

http://ilads.org/ilads_media/lyme-disease-videos/

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Garth Nicolson, PhD

New Research on Lipid Replacement Therapy to improve mitochondrial and membrane function in complex infections.

Includes: Encrypted Online Link to View Powerpoint Slides and Presentation Video.
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Stephen Buhner advises using cryptolepsis and Raintree Nutrition Formula "Myco plus" I think is the name. It is the Raintree formula for mycoplasma.

Also : I would suggest allicin , or garlic, rotating with sovereign silver , and using mushroom capsules to empwer white cell fighters .

If you google "Herbs mycoplasma" you will find suggestions.

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