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Cattail
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For those of you who had or have allergy shiners and itchy eyes for no obvious reasons (I never had alergies and nothing obvious causes itching flares), which tick borne disease do you think it is related to? I have ruled out Bart, yeast, and Lyme.

I think when I discover what it is, I will be on my way to getting well.

Thanks.

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GretaM
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Cattail-i am not sure what co it is.

I have this also.

If I cry, or my eyes water, then my eye Lids and all the tissue around my eyes turns red, raw and swells. It takes about 3 days to go down.

I do not have bart anymore, so it isn't that.

I am still fighting lyme, myco, maybe babesia (never treated), and viruses.

Sorry can't be of more help. Just wanted to share it is a TBD of some kind cause I have this too.

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Not sure you should rule out bart as shiners and eye irritation are a symptom.

Placing a few drops of colloidal silver in my eyes when needed does wonders for me.

http://www.thesilveredge.com/eye_infections.shtml#.UzxflVe_0g0

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Babesia/proto
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Judie
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I'd lean toward toxic overload, possibly an allergic reaction to biotoxins created by any infections.
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Cattail
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Thanks guys, I have taken a few different combos for Bart and they didn't touch the eye issues. I just started Me
pron and Bactrim with my Zithro, so I guess this will tell me if it is Babesia. What would be a good combo for Proto?

Thanks.

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Cattail,

Allergies are on the symptom list for parasites. Google parasite symptoms. Parasites have been the missing link for many.

Gael

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PARASITES/WORMS ARE NOW
RECOGNIZED AS THE NUMBER 1 CO-INFECTION IN LYME DISEASE BY ILADS*

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Hi Gael. Yes, I have doing salt/c and Parastroy for almost 2 months now and am going slow. I think I passed a 4 inch very, very thin worm that was clearish with a little blood in parts of it, but I am in it for the long haul. Hope I see more soon. I do notice that the internal vibrating is barely there anymore that was in my face and chest.
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