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katrinab
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Who here has treated for mycoplasma? Has it made you better? What did you use? Been in treatment four years only 10% improvement treated for common confections and have used oral and iv abx as well as herbals ozone and rife. Thinking might have mycoplasma. My doc thinks that if I did it would have been treated by the abx I was on in these four years and also said it's uncommon. Did test positive for elevated hhv6 levels. Don't know how common that is.
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http://www.gordonmedical.com/unravelling-complex-chronic-illness/mycoplasma-and-lyme-cases-that-dont-resolve/

This was very informative!

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Both myself and my husband got mycoplasma. While neither of us has Lyme, we both got really ill with it.

We used herbs mostly from Buhners Book "Healing Lyme Coinfectors:Bartonella and Mycoplasma".:

Specifically we used Rodiola, Cordyceps, Oregon Grape Root, & Olive Leaf

We also took Systemic enzymes, and most importantly Olive Oil

We took 1oz morning and night for over a month.

I was so grateful it worked as I was suddenly really ill and at the time my son with Lyme was needing support.

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Good to know.

It's always a good idea to take rutin- bioflavenoids, or take horse chestnut to make the walls of arteries stay strong when doing systemic enzymes.

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Mathias
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I was treated extensively for mycoplasma. It took a very, very long time to see any substantial progress. Floroquinlones (levaquin, cipro, factive, etc.) are an important component of the treatment protocol that should be utilized.

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I treat myself for Mycoplasma pneumonia. When it was bad it would cause the typical pneumonia symptoms. I also experience crushing fatigue. At lower levels it does damage to my intestinal tract.

It is one of four pathogens involved with my Crohns disease. I do not have Lyme.

When I first suspected mycoplasma I had the beginnings of pnuemonia and extremely sick with a crohns flare. I was prescribed a Z-pack, and recovered for a few weeks. But it comes back before too long.

I already had a Rife machine for treating my wife's Lyme and coinfections, so I started treating the mycoplasma. It kills it pretty effectively.

Treating the mycoplasma and the three other crohns infections has kept me symptom free for over a year. No prescription meds, as they didn't work anyway.

I can keep the mycoplasma down but it will come back without the frequency treatments. It a tough one, but it can be reduced pretty easily using this method.

I might also employ some of the other methods mentioned here. Good info.

Good luck.

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Just another comment.

You can kill off the mycoplasma with frequencies as quick as you body is able to clear out the dead stuff. Its not a slow process, but probably should not do a two hour treatment like I did right off.

I was up all night running to the bathroom. I was loaded with it.

Dan

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I also had mycoplasma. I don't remember how I treated it, sorry. Too many infections, too many treatments. For sure, I never used any abx or chemical thing, mostly herbs and homeopathics.

My myco was not that bad, I think, compared with babesia and bartonela.

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