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Ntlc13
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What area's of the body does Bart affect that is different from Lyme and Bab?
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Neuropathy (cant feel in the arms legs)
feet pain(especially bottms of feet in the AM after waking up)
stomach pain
Headache - focal
Sore lymph nodes .....Very common
Odd stretch mark like scars red or white color
Pevlic pain
relapsing fever (every 1 to 2 weeks or so) and other symptoms
rarely but possibly joint pain (NOT migrating joint pain like Lyme)

In short, a lot of overlap between lyme and bartonella but bartonella has more neurologic involvement.

IT CAN ALSO BE VERY DIFFICULT TO ELIMINATE.

hope that helps.

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Read here:
http://www.neuraltherapy.com/LymeALookBeyond6.pdf

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