This is topic Infammation across fat lining large intestine in forum Medical Questions at LymeNet Flash. To visit this topic, use this URL: https://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/1/137626 Posted by mariel21 (Member # 35881) on : 03-05-2019 09:06 PM
Finally had a CAT scan putting it off for years. Feels like something is squeezing my large intestine day and night. Thought it was enlarged lymph nodes but doctor said there is inflammation in the fat tissue covering the large intestine. Does anyone know what this could mean in terms of an infection or co-infection? Thanks.
Posted by D Bergy (Member # 9984) on : 03-14-2019 11:30 PM
As someone who has dealt with the intestinal inflammation that comes with Crohn’s disease, I can name four pathogens that inflammed my intestines. Mycoplasma pneumonia Mycoplasma fermentans H-Pylori Mycobacterium paratuberculosis subspecies avium AIEC If I was to guess the most likely culprits in your case it would be the top three. Maybe not all three but I would suspect both mycoplasma and H-Pylori. H-Pylori gave me that gut squeezing sensation. Don’t bother with the test for it. They are hugely inaccurate. Dan
Posted by D Bergy (Member # 9984) on : 03-14-2019 11:37 PM
Just realized you have a Rife machine. Run 676 for five minutes two days. Then 10 minutes for three days. Increase it to 15 minutes for another three days. Then run it for twenty minutes for five days. If that doesn’t help, it is probably not H-Pylori because that should eliminate it. If you have the GB-4000 you can run the same times using the autochannel for ulcers. Then move on to mycoplasma. Dan
Posted by mariel21 (Member # 35881) on : 03-15-2019 03:28 PM
Will try that. Thank you. With all the antibiotics I've taken I thought I would have killed that off.
Posted by D Bergy (Member # 9984) on : 03-15-2019 05:17 PM
Antibiotics such as Zithromax will reduce mycoplasma but not eliminate it. Not sure if they can eliminate H-Pylori or not but probably not. Dan
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