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Farengi2017
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Is it true that once an aggressive treatment for lyme begins co-infections can begin to surface?
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Yep. In the beginning jut had lyme, but then into treatment Babesia was discovered and came up positive.

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You knock down lyme, then the others show up .. Before that, it was all one big blur.

You had them ALL before, but it was hard to distinguish one from the other.

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Yes.

Tick Borne Infections are polymicrobial. ( more than 1 infectious agent)

Co-Infections are the norm.
https://lyme-time.com/2019/05/06/whats-the-difference-between-lyme-disease-co-infections-and-opportunistic-infections/

But there's more. . .

Lyme patients are immunocompremised.
Whatever pathogens we have acquired and harbored in our body and that were kept in check, will now become an opportunist infection and will reactivate and flourish. We are susceptible to most of these;
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opportunistic_infection


Opportunistic infections can be bateria, viruses, fungi or protozoa. In Lyme disease patients, these are called secondary co-infections;
https://www.scirp.org/html/6-2260186_59881.htm

You can never elimate pathogens from the human body.
A strong and healthy immune system is the strategy.

All protocols should include healthy diet, proper sleep cycles, antimicrobials, antivirals, ( herbs or pharma), supplements, alleviate stress, exercise, detox, proper hygiene, clean water and organic foods, and clean air.

It's ALOT of work.

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