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luvmycat
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Hi All....

I've been on Rifampin, Minocycline & Zithromax for 9 months for Bartonella. The main symptoms were severe anxiety along with a high level of fear, OCD, hypersensitivity to criticism, rage and eye pain.

I figured it all out when I started taking my temp and had low grade fevers. This had been bewing for a couple of years.

I had been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder caused by an emotional trauma but it was never as bad as it was until Bart added to it.

It is still pretty bad even though the abx relieved the intense fear of everything under the sun.

My question is how do you know when the Bart is gone? Is it possible to penetrate the emotional center of the brain and cause 24/7 anxiety?

The level of anxiety I have does not match any situation in my life.

Another concern that I have is that it is medication resistant. Is that a tip-off that it is still Bart?

I'm not wringing my hands over this but I must say I am concerned. This is certainly not a level of anxiety I want to live the rest of my life with.

I talk with my LLMD tomorrow and thought I'd put this out there. Your input may help me with my discussion about this.

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Brussels
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It looks like severe toxins, coming from die off probably.

I wouldn't play with this. Are you on binders, 4-6x day?

Get some organ support and binders. There are many posts here about these things.

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Lyme248
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I think anxiety is a die off symptom... I'm not really sure what exactly triggers it. I used to have horrible anxiety.

Now I just have a slightly nervous feeling most of the time-like when you know you forgot something really important, but you can't remember what it was.

I don't know how to tell if the bartonella is gone-maybe when your symptoms go away? I'm sure your anxiety will get better though.

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I know that there are a lot of people who are using xanax for different problems. For example there are people who suffered after unsuccessful chirurgical intervention or car accidents to pass over body pains. I have found http://mypillsontime.com/index.php?act=viewProd&productId=7 ... they are selling good products. Guys, remember ... in such things you should always to take care by having limits and balance cause if not then you could lose connection to real life and clear mind.
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If you are using any website to order pharma then make sure on the website they show a physical address.

If not then that website is most likely coming out of India where they will sell you anything and good luck getting it through customs.

Those website are done by people who don't want you to know who they exactly are and can't be trusted at all.

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