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Monica922
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I was just told I have both of these also...and LYME, babs and bart. What are these and how could I have these after all the abx?
Now I really do think I am going to drop dead..very scared.

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Check out this site dedicated to the treatment of this bacteria.

http://www.cpnhelp.org/

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When you check out the above cpnhelp site, be sure to first look at the very top of the page. There are colorful tabs that can get you started.

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Also, one of the primo researchers in mycoplasma is Dr. Garth Nicolson (he does not see patients and is widely published, so it's okay to list his name).

He also has written about other "stealth" (chronic) infections.

NICOLSON'S WEB SITE:

www.immed.org/index.htm

The Institute for Molecular Medicine

A nonprofit institute dedicated to discovering new diagnostic and therapeutic solutions for chronic mycoplasma infections.

www.immed.org/

www.immed.org/illness/clinical_testing.html

Patient Clinical Tests

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www.immunesupport.com/library/

ProHealth's Library of Treatment and Research Information

- You might want to search for particular conditions here. These are usually easy to read. You might also search "Nicolson" here.

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Note: while you can look up chronic Cpn (chlamydia pneumonia) most doctors don't agree it's a big deal. Same with mycoplasma.

Again, as with chronic lyme and other TBI (tick-borne infections), there are few doctors who have studied these "stealth" infections and their relationship to chronic illness. So, be sure you have a doctor treating you who is familiar with the best researchers in this area.


www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez

PubMed Search:

chlamydia pneumoniae - 3632 abstracts

chronic chlamydia pneumoniae - 841

mycoplasma - 18081 abstracts

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Now addressing your reaction. It's normal to feel overwhelmed. A few weeks ago I found out that I have really high tests for Cpn.

It has been very discouraging. Still, our learning what the truth is can only give us power as we can narrow down the plan.

Also... we're all just some sort of water park with skin. I think of lots of microscopic ocean critters, some welcome and some not.
I am trying to increase the population of the good guys and have the other bad fishes just melt away.

Others have gotten better. It is possible and, with knowledge, you have a good chance. It may not require too much more, but just some adjusting and shifting.

Good luck as you learn more - I hope you settle on a good course of action soon.

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