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narrowpath
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Hi everyone. Quick question that, after much, much research, I still can't seem to get an answer on. Long story short - I have Lyme and Bartonella - misdiagnosed as MS. Sound familiar? I had an MRI - 4 lesions total - brain and cord. Does anyone know, after treatment, the liklihood of NEW MS-like attacks on the CNS? i.e. getting more lesions? I'm doing great on the ABX, etc and am in it for the long haul. I just don't know if once the bacteria are gone I'm out of the woods, or if I'm going to be left "always on gaurd" for another attack b/c of a messed up immune system. THANKS EVERYONE - this is a great forum.
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You may be interested in reading the article below as well as many others on the Bacteriality website.

Duke University researchers connect vitamin D with brain lesions,
http://bacteriality.com/2007/10/24/brain_lesions

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