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Linnada
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Hey everybody,
I've been reading the Burrascano guidelines and it seems like my symptoms fit perfectly into the "Bartonella" category but I don't seem to have anything associated with classic lyme or babesia. Is it possible to only have Bartonella without having a lyme infection also? My pediatrician told me 14 years ago that my lyme test detected antibodies to lyme and I was treated with a very short course of amocixillan. All of my symptoms are CNS related and I don't have any joint pain or fatigue. Any ideas?

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karenl
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Yes,but do you have bartonella or the Fry protozoan?
Who tested your bartonella, IGG, IGM?
Which bands are elevated?

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I haven't been tested for Bartonella yet. I'm just going by the symptoms listed in Burrascano's guidelines.
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I think that's what I have. Or, if I had lyme in the beginning it was taken care of by the months of doxy I've been on.

I got a negative result for the clongen bartonella species test, so it sounds more like the hemobartonella/BLO/Fry protozoan bug than classic bartonella.

Hoping to talk to my LLMD today and swap the zith for some factive or levoquin.

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