Bartonella– Bartonellosis is a group of emerging infectious diseases caused by bacteria belonging to the Bartonella genus. Bartonella includes at least 22 named species of bacteria that are mainly transmitted by carriers (vectors), including fleas, lice, or sandflies. Both domestic and wild animals can be infected with Bartonella species (Bartonella spp) by these vectors. -NORD, https://rarediseases.org/rare-diseases/bartonellosis/
Mycoplasma– Mycoplasma refers to a genus of bacteria which lack a cell wall and it is currently considered the smallest known cell at about 0.1 micron (µm) in diameter. Infections in reptiles often cause upper respiratory tract signs.-https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/agricultural-and-biological-sciences/mycoplasma
Babesia -Babesiosis, as with Lyme disease, is transmitted to humans through the bite of an infected tick. However, in a similar fashion to malaria, Babesiosis is caused by microscopic parasites (intraerythrocytic) from the genus Babesia – also known as “piroplasms” – that infect red blood cells.- https://igenex.com/tick-talk/babesiosis-disease/
I had (I hope no longer have) the Babesia Duncani strand-https://danielcameronmd.com/babesia-duncani-emerges-in-eastern-u-s-and-poses-treatment-challenges/
There are thousands of great articles on the net of these co-infections if you like more information.
I have been diagnosed with all four and experienced 98% of these symptoms. Out of these infections Borrelia is the least threatening (Lyme Disease) but the Babesia Duncani is the most deadly. I felt it on my own skin (the air hunger was terrifying). This year, the 8th year, seems the best one of them all. I’m not fully healed, but I’m beautifully better, despite the residue of neurological damage on which I’m still working on.
Keep healthy in and out and I do hope from the bottom of my heart you’re well.
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