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polar blast
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I am wondering if there is a connection between art and petechiae..
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Eric,

Please have your liver checked. It wouldn't hurt to rule out an inflamation...

kind regards,

Julia

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Eric, I'm glad you brought this up.

I began art recently, only to stop all abx/babs treatment shortly thereafter for GI reasons, but have noticed that since then I have developed petechiae - a new symptom, in my book.

Had not thought of a connection between the art and petechiae, though.

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It's the babs, not the ART.

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I've read that it's related to babs. I had it off and on until I started Malarone, now not so much. Patches of those red dots, under the skin not a rash, mostly on upper legs, arms.

Could babs be returning?
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I think it's babs, too, not the art.

Mine appeared when I had to stop babs meds for awhile due to GI stuff, so I'm pretty sure it was babs making a comeback.

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Mine came up between babesia treatments.

Everywhere...on my stomach, arms, upper legs, etc.

However, now that I am back on babs treatment, I have not noticed any new red spots.

Now.....will those red spots go away or will I just

Be a walking dot-to-dot???

Hugs,

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I got the little red spots when I first became acutely sick...

then started treatment six months later...red spots stayed.

Have/Had Babesia, Lyme and Ehrlichia and quite likely Bartonella though I have not been tested.

Husband started having these too when he got sick.

I know many people with them that have been ill with tbi's...

Of course when I went to the ER with a rash that I thought was a spider bite because no attached tick...I developed one right next to the bite...has not gone away.

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