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Cattail
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What are the symptoms of Mycoplasma when it comes to the face,teeth, head, and neck?

How do you treat it successfully?

Do some abx (or many) make it worse?


If you have time please see my current post asking about parasites to see a list of current symptoms.

I hope I can narrow this down before something bad happens. The pain and tightness in my jaw and cheeks and teeth pain that comes from the bone are the latest issues.

Thank you!

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GretaM
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Cattail-Buhner's Mycoplasma/Bartonella coinfection book is a gooder.

Do you have a lyme friend or a library you can borrow it from?

Up for more input for Cattail
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CherylSue
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Some suggestions:


Byron White Formula A-Myco

Transfer Factor PlasMyc from Researched Nutritionals

Rifampin, an abx

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I tested positive for myco fermentes, one of the worst. Zithromax and anythingh in the tetra family should work for this.

if still having problems after months o f treatment. Then look at babesia/proto.

also something like heparin.

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Cattail, hopefully this chart will help you with your specific symptoms. Are you talking mycoplasma pneumonia?

http://www.lyme-symptoms.com/LymeCoinfectionChart.html

There are many threads on tx protocols for myco.
Look in the search feature.

I tested highly positive several years later of myco pn after doing almost 4 years of abx. I used my rife machine to treat. Did I take care of it?

I don't know because I've not gone back and done the long list of virus and bacteria panels that showed how many of these supposed simple bacteria where present in my blood testing.

Really sick and tired of all the testing and chasing my tail. I focus on the big 3, lyme, bart and now babs, and also strep and staph with my rife.

I take many supps, herbs to also try to keep the virus/bacterial loads at bay.

I hope this chart helps you.

Pam

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Cattail,
My daughter tested very high with Mycoplasma Pneumoniae with lung issues. Rounds of antibiotics didn't get rid of it. Half of her summer was spent indoors being sick :-(

So I bought her a nebulizer for around $70 (that I love) and some MesoSilver 20 ppm and that's what worked!

You could also pool the silver in your mouth, swish and spit. Then swallow a couple tsps.

Minocycline is something you can add in that is known to hit Myco.

Also -- Whenever I have mouth issues, I brush with food grade 3% hydrogen peroxide for very quick results.

-LAXlover

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I've never had lung, breathing, or pN type sx.

Apparently this bacteria also does time in other areas of the body and does it's destruction or just misery.

Lax, I also use peroxide on tooth brush. I rotate days with this or tea tree, 2 drops. It does help calm irritations around certain teeth/gums.

Pam

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I dont have Lyme but mycoplasma pnuemonia has been a big problem for me. Two rounds of Zithromax knocked it down, but it came back after a while.

I used my Rife machine to finally knock it back. Not sure if it is all gone, but at least I can keep killing it by running the machine.

My symptoms are crushing fatigue and intestinal inflammation and some lung problems.

I seem to have little resistance to this for some reason.

Dan

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Cattail
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Thanks guys. I would say that I do not have the pneumonia at all, but Fermentes unfortunately.
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