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ForestNymph
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Ok, I know now that I have Lyme, Bartonella, Babesia and Ehrlichia...but I haven't been tested for the others and I'm kind of concerned because I watched Under Our Skin and saw that there are even more co-infections than I thought.

Does anyone here have a long list of co-infections, like five or more? Also, are you able to discern the symptoms from one infection to the next? If this post doesn't make sense just let me know. My neuro symptoms are acting up, especially writing.

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LENGTHY list of co-infections can be found at melanie reber's site ....


www.LymeMemorial.org


check out left side of home page for info you want!

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ForestNymph
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I already know what they are...what I want to know is if anyone here is infected with four or more.

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Diagnosed June '07

Remission Since September 2011.

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Lyme, Erchliosis, Babesisiosis, Bartonella and Mycoplasm for me. Diagnosed 7/05.
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cactus
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Here's my short list:

Lyme
Babs microti
Babs WA-1 (duncani, now?)
Bart
Erlichiosis
Colorado Tick Fever (virus)
5 different strains of salmonella
Legionella (chronic, persistent)
HHV-6
EBV
And more obscure viruses, I can't remember them all.

Also - multiple GI tract issues, again, can't remember all the names but if you want that info, you can pm me & I'll dig it up

As to distinguishing which symptom is caused by which infection - that's a tough one, but becoming easier with time.

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Not that I know of for a fact..but I def. suspect Bart.

I have Lyme, Mycoplasma, Rocky Mt. Spotted Fever, IGG antibodies for West Nile virus. And I have Candida.

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ForestNymph
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Thanks so much for sharing. I really appreciate it.

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Diagnosed June '07

Remission Since September 2011.

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