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Topic: FL1953 - I want tested for it. What do I tell my Dr. as to why I want it?
Member # 36175
I feel it may be a roadblock and a reason I'm not getting better. I see him tomorrow and would like to be armed with some solid information on it. Can't find much.
I have all my co infection testing done but would like to be tested for the fry bug. What is it? How can it be treated?
I just watched the youtube video on it and it didn't explain much.
As I understand it's a new way the spirochete protects itself in biofilms and can be eradicated with a low fat diet and antibiotics?
I'm probably way off.
Thanks for any info. Please don't say get a new LLMD if he doesn't know about this.
Posts: 109 | From PA | Registered: Feb 2012
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Member # 34987
Well, my LLMD decided to test me for it because
chronic fatigue is my top 2 chief complaints, it is awful for me, not getting better,
and, I have a history of parasites. Started Tindamax a few month back, and couldn't believe how hard it hit parasites for me,
and, I have done various protocols before for them
(yes, I know it takes a long time, they reproduce, etc.)
Anyway, that tipped off my Dr. to test.
Lyme positive PCR blood, and
positive Bartonella henselae Igenex, 2011.
low positive Fry biofilm test, 2012.
Update 7/16- After extensive treatments,
Posts: 2518 | From USA | Registered: Nov 2011
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Member # 6364
It's not a spirochete, that's lyme.
This is a protzoan.
Get into the lab website and they have all the tests that can be ordered. Fry labs.
Do a search in here, there's lot of info on this in many threads.
It does build up a biofilm and low fat does break it down.
You can even call the lab to find out which test you might want. They send your dr all the info and testing kit.
Lyme, Babs, Fry Bug..... Whatever it is, may a treatment be discovered to make us all whole again!
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