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tricia386
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So...I am still a patient of Dr.H.

Been a patient for 4 years. Doing quite well. Besides having some residual bladder symptoms.

They can some basic titers bc I had not have had them done in awhile. And my mycoplasma came back both IGG and IGM postive and high. They said start Byron White A-Myco.

I am still on abx and i have been on them and off them for 4 years... so confused...how is this possible?

Anyone have any experience treating? ANd what did you use?

Thanks!

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Catgirl
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I think the bugs get resistant (abx).

I can never tell symptom wise when I have myco other than when I energetically test for it, and then I take A-myco.

It knocks it back after just a few days because it rarely tests positive after that. Maybe once every few months.

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I was positive myco lyme, bart,babesia, parasites. I would treat for babesia like organism by us in anti-worming Rx and herbs. Plus anti-parasitics plus herbs. I would go with buhner type herbs after that you can also try zithromx, Mepron plus herbs artemisin. Thin out the blood heparin or bolouke.
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tricia386
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I am starting A-Myco today.

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Myco is common in a lot of people. It's not tick specific. Millions of people have it. Shows up if you had a resp infection or a cold when tested. Obviously it can cause problems in those who are immune compromised.

I wouldn't take it as a backslide unless you feel you are getting symptomatic again.

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Ozone!! I know my LLNP is leaving but theres another girl around us starting up. And another LLMD thinking about it.
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My friends little boy was almost completely symptom free aside from a continuous sore throat. His llmd tested him for myco and it was positive.

He took A-myco and it was gone in a month. I got the impression its a quick fix and not a huge contributor to symptoms but I am sure it down regulates your immune system.

Maybe it will boost immunity and help your bladder symptoms to go away.

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