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Old 12-05-2013, 12:20 PM   #601
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Lyme is featured at BBC today

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-22468181

I think I might get anti-body tested though I don't remember having bulls-eye rash, my muscles are ridget without doing anything straneous There is a clinic in London that charges £54, BORRELIA Antibodies (Lyme Disease) IgG + IgM).

ETA: Oh, but it says tests are unreliable
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Old 15-05-2013, 05:11 PM   #602
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Lyme is featured at BBC today

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I think I might get anti-body tested though I don't remember having bulls-eye rash, my muscles are ridget without doing anything straneous There is a clinic in London that charges £54, BORRELIA Antibodies (Lyme Disease) IgG + IgM).

ETA: Oh, but it says tests are unreliable
This is worth a try the thing with Lyme and co-infections is that test results do come back negative many times some have to be tested up to 12 times to get a positive result this can cost a lot.
In Europe we don't get a bulls eye rash just a rash sometimes there is a bulls eye depends what has bitten one.
Not many even remember being bitten by anything at all.
Have you had a MRI scan in the past?
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Old 15-05-2013, 05:28 PM   #603
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This is worth a try the thing with Lyme and co-infections is that test results do come back negative many times some have to be tested up to 12 times to get a positive result this can cost a lot.
In Europe we don't get a bulls eye rash just a rash sometimes there is a bulls eye depends what has bitten one.
Not many even remember being bitten by anything at all.
Have you had a MRI scan in the past?
No. Why?
I do get itchy rash from time to time. Are they meant to be itchy or sore?
But I have been bitten by mites and it went downhill from there so there is a possibility.

By the way, there is another thread going about 'ozone generator'.
I'm thinking of investing it. People are saying 30 mins later they get energized by drinking it. I guess O3 must get absorbed into the bloodstreams via membranes just as in sublingual vitamin tablets. It is certainly a cheaper option than having IV treatment and you can drink it daily.
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Old 10-06-2013, 12:53 AM   #604
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No. Why?
I do get itchy rash from time to time. Are they meant to be itchy or sore?
But I have been bitten by mites and it went downhill from there so there is a possibility.

By the way, there is another thread going about 'ozone generator'.
I'm thinking of investing it. People are saying 30 mins later they get energized by drinking it. I guess O3 must get absorbed into the bloodstreams via membranes just as in sublingual vitamin tablets. It is certainly a cheaper option than having IV treatment and you can drink it daily.
The rash can vary it can present itself like excema or like one has bad sunburn or a bad burn it vary s from person to person the itching can drive one absolutely mad i don't know personally what the USA rashes are like but the European one is so changeable.
Many suffer in the scalp area and many find the itching gets worse when in heat or the sun.
Ozone is worth a try if you want I think no matter what we choose chronic Lyme/spirochete is hard to get rid of it is not easy it takes time but can be done but the symptoms one has been living with for many years would just get worse with no treatment at all.
I just know the antibiotics can take up to 5 years or more MMS well for me it seems to be working quicker than others who are on antibiotics long term.
I am not saying it's a great ride cos it isn't but i can just feel it inside something is working.
Why not try the MMS Tub soaks if your itching is real bad if you don't want to drink it? just a suggestion.
I know someone has developed a MMS cold cream now.
I used to find the rash would coincide with the Lyme cycle (for women the menstrual cycle about 6 weeks) so yep every 6 weeks or so a rash would flare up.
Now all I have is a sort of reoccurring bite mark that can be any where on the body and is not always where the original bite happened.
I got bitten on my right thigh and at the moment the mark is on my right ankle along with a bit of swelling on joint area and pain there too.
If you got bitten by mites and it all went downhill from there it is probably very likely you got a spirochete infection as many biting insects do carry the infections.
So yes the rashes can be very painful and very itchy.
My youngest has had a rash on the side of her face it is going now at last but at the time very itchy and very sore poor thing. (she has congenital lyme). we knew it would go away eventually but it's just having to live with it at the time it did look quite unsightly for her we have had worse I suppose.
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Old 10-06-2013, 12:57 AM   #605
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Hello all,

I have noticed that with Lyme or Spirochete infection time awareness is totally non existent.
Now could this be down to the part of the brain that helps us to be aware of time the same part that helps our spatial awareness.
All I know is from my experience with Lyme/Spirochete infection and living with others it is a constant daily struggle.

I seemed to be able to get a system where I could have quite a good idea of what the time is and also be able to get to appointments on time.
Some members of my family did not unfortunately, whether it was because they were just bad time keepers or the Lyme exaggerated this part of their personalities.

Not only does Lyme affect every area of our lives but it can really cause havoc on a daily basis, from hour by hour, minute by minute, second by second one really does not get a break does one?

The other way lyme does affect our aspect of Time awareness is well as a child who got bitten at age nine from my perspective before the bite I could tell the time I also understood the 24 hour clock but about 3 months after the bite it was like I suddenly had a sort of clock blindness I could not tell the time at all, I had no concept of time or the 24 hour clock for that matter everyone around me could not understand what was wrong with me they said it was because I was attention seeking!

Congenital

My children who were obviously born with Lyme/Spirochete infection before they were treated they really had a hard time getting the concept of time or even telling the time.
I am pleased to report now they are being treated they have no problem with the 24 hour clock or telling the time at all their time keeping is impeccable!


Taking the treatment is totally invaluable to enable us all to control the Lyme rather than the Lyme controlling us it certainly does make our lives a whole lot better that's for sure.


Ok MMS is not the most fantastic taste in the world and yes it can get very tiresome to keep on taking it day after day, dealing with the herx's on a daily basis but hey it is so worth it in the long run at least we will get our lives back.

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No. Why?
I do get itchy rash from time to time. Are they meant to be itchy or sore?
But I have been bitten by mites and it went downhill from there so there is a possibility.

By the way, there is another thread going about 'ozone generator'.
I'm thinking of investing it. People are saying 30 mins later they get energized by drinking it. I guess O3 must get absorbed into the bloodstreams via membranes just as in sublingual vitamin tablets. It is certainly a cheaper option than having IV treatment and you can drink it daily.
The reason i ask if you have ever had an MRI scan because the Spirochetes show up on the scan they call them lesions but there not they are spirochetes no Radiologist in the world can ever admit this or they would lose their job.
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No. Why?
I do get itchy rash from time to time. Are they meant to be itchy or sore?
But I have been bitten by mites and it went downhill from there so there is a possibility.

By the way, there is another thread going about 'ozone generator'.
I'm thinking of investing it. People are saying 30 mins later they get energized by drinking it. I guess O3 must get absorbed into the bloodstreams via membranes just as in sublingual vitamin tablets. It is certainly a cheaper option than having IV treatment and you can drink it daily.
Oh yes if you do have a rash and it is itchy and very sore and you think it is Lyme related you may find Sudocreme helpful as Sudocreme contains Zinc
other creams and lotions don't really help.
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Hello all,

I have not written for a little while because well we have been enjoying the lovely sunshine well the little sun we do get in the UK.

The sun really does make a difference I know many who have been diagnosed with M.S cannot stand the heat or the sun for that matter but we have to remember what Lida Mattman said "Multiple Sclerosis should be renamed Multiple Spirochetes"

Lyme/Spirochetes do not like heat or sun so of course it goes without saying these pesky spirochetes will make it as uncomfortable as possible for the host so the host gets out of the sun or any heat.

I noticed in the past as soon as I used to go in the sun or a sauna or hot bath my skin would become extremely itchy and very uncomfortable and then i would get numbness and electric shock sensations.
It would get so bad I would just dive under the shade or get away from the source of heat a quickly as possible!

Now after treatment....

Now i know different and I am treating myself killing off the infection the affects of heat and going into the sun are much better I mean I can actually stand it!

No awful painful itching or electric shock sensations my eyes can cope as well unlike before treatment it would feel like I had poured acid into them they would burn and become very uncomfortable and ache.

Yes I can now have hot baths, which is something one should do when treating Lyme/Spirochete infection.
I am certain that when the Spirochete infection is not being treated with antibiotics or MMS or other treatments then yes having Hot baths and saunas could be detrimental as the infection always goes to the weakest areas and will not allow the host to go into the sun or a sauna.
While treating the infection this in turn is weakening the Spirochetes therefore having hot baths and saunas would help further to kill off the infection.

Now I am not 100% sure how people who are suffering with Fybromyalgria or CFS are affected by the sun or heat I can only guess it's like M.S.
I have met a few parents who have mentioned how their own children who have been diagnosed with autism also cannot cope with heat or sun.

The Sun is now my friend!

Yes now the sun and heat are my friends and are now helping me rather than hindering me.
Now i can enjoy both and can now relax when I have a sauna or a hot bath because if i do feel slight tingling or slight itchiness it's the Spirochetes trying to put up a fight but they are weak and will eventually give up the ghost will be no longer in my body all thanks to the MMS!

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Hello all,

Today is the day i have reached 1year & 22 months of taking the MMS to treat the Lyme/Spirochete infection! wow I am almost at the 2 year mark.

It has not been easy in any way, it has taken a lot of will power on my part and it has taken some time to get to this point.

Yes there have been times when I just wanted to give up,there has been times when i have gone through remorse for what I did lose for all those years I had an undiagnosed infection.
I have felt anger and frustration to say the least.

I have been in pain from the affects of dead Spirochete fragments that rest on my joints and cause swelling.

there have been many regrets about the fact that the infection was not dealt with.

but I do not have any regrets for taking MMS not at all.

I am happy that for once and for all something is been done and i am not a write off anymore i am able to start my life again Ok I am at the halfway mark of my life yes but at least I know the truth now and am able to tell others to prevent the needless suffering.

I want to also show others that 1.MMS is not harmful 2. that there is hope at least not all is lost.
There are many out there that try to berate MMS. I have never said MMS is the be all for treating a Spirochete infection treat it in any way you feel happy with as long as one treats it.

the main thing is to trust your own intuition and follow that rather than listening to negativity and self doubt.

So here am I nearly at the 2 year mark and i am better or rather getting better.

Just do not give up i keep telling myself I have come so far and have had dramatic improvements.

Good luck
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Hello all,

I have not written for a little while because I have been outside enjoying the beautiful sunny weather here in the UK.

I have been sitting in the sun mainly for medicinal purposes really of course I have not been sitting in the sun for extensive periods of time and never in the midday sun.

Has it helped me?

Yes the sun has really helped me health wise and mood wise too.

I used to get a tingling sensation when I went into the sun or a sauna or a hot bath and in the past because i did not know the truth about M.S. and Spirochete infection I would automatically assume it was an M.S attack.

Before I was diagnosed with M.S I used to think there was something wrong with me or it was psychological or that was what I was told by the Dr's etc.

They can run, they are scared, they are cowards those Spirochetes

Now I am aware of what was wrong with my body I realize the tingling is not an M.S attack at all but a reaction from the spirochetes trying to escape or dying off because they hate the heat they hate the sun.

When I used to get the tingling I would immediately get out of the heat or sun and go into the shade exactly what the little blighters wanted!

I have already written about sunshine and Lyme before here : http://diaryoflymegirl.blogspot.co.u...heat-lyme.html

I do know most people with autioimmune diseases or other conditions do get adversly affected by heat and sun and it is always wise to be careful I would suggest to do what one feels one can cope with.

I also feel that if one is actually treating any condition that is actually related to Lyme?Spirochete infection, treating with MMS or antibiotics well the person is on their way to being cured and can maybe tolerate heat and the sun better than before.

I do know that with some antibiotics one has to stay out of the sun so always consult your LLMD and consult the instructions for any medication.

That is the beuaty of MMS you can go into the sun while taking MMS and there are no adverse reactions.

I personally grit my teeth and ignore the tingiling and itching, in my mind I can see the little blighters shriveling up and dying once and for all!


I refuse to rush to the shade like a bat because that is what they want no tough make me tingle make me itch they will not win!

Now since treating with MMS the tingling and itching is nothing like it used to be not at all now it is fleeting if at all, I feel happy in the knowledge that I won and they did not and now can enjoy a sauna or a sit in the sun with more ease not discomfort.

I now say this to all who do suffer in the sun and the heat try to grit your teeth perhaps when the itching starts before diving for cover.


Walking through sand.....

Yes in the heat I found it harder to walk I felt like I was walking through sand my legs were really hard to lift
and my knees used to not be able to bend with ease,

my ankles would ache and throb or my shins would ache and throb or i would get stabbing pains or electric shock sensations all over my body or my scalp.

This was when I would go in the sun before treatment with MMS and now after treatment with MMS

I am happy to report that these problems do not occur!

The sun has got his hat on Hip Hip Hippo ray!

So hopefully as long as our UK summer lasts I shall keep on with my daily routine of getting outside whenever the sun has got his hat on!

Good Luck

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I thought I would look at Stomach/Gastrointestinal problems and Lyme/Spirochete infections.


Kick in the stomach

Lyme/Spirochete infections will/can affect every organ in the body so I have found out from my own and

family members experience and my own research on the subject.

I have had my appendix removed because of Lyme/Spirochete infections.

My brother had to go on a specialized diet due to Spirochete infection (not that anyone knew at the time the cause of his stomach problems).

The doctors wanted to remove my gall bladder and my spleen (they did not thank goodness).

Yes the wonderful infections not only affect the brain, eyes, ears, throat but also it gets one in the stomach!

My stomach problems

As I have mentioned I had my appendix removed about 2 years after the Horse fly bite.
Now whether or whether not my appendix was due to rumble at the time that it did I am now pretty certain
it may not have if I had not of been infected by the Horse fly.

The reason I come to this conclusion is because the Spirochete infection affects every organ in the body,
well it has in my body at least, so it would stand to reason the appendix would get inflamed.

Career Change....

When I was 20 I got my first managerial job, how i managed to pass my course I will never know
but I did it.

The job was extremely stressful well the Catering industry is. Long hours little time to eat a proper meal,
constantly on your feet.

It was inevitable I was going to have a burn out and sure enough I had the ultimate burn out.
My back gave in, I mean I could not move and with this my stomach started to have extreme pain in my
stomach and I had a terrible heartburn feeling.

The Dr advised I should have a white food diet i.e. White rice, white fish, Chicken.
This was when I was told I had an ulcer and a problem with my spleen and gall bladder and they or one may have to be removed!
Funny how all of a sudden out of the blue my body started to fall apart from just my first job as a manager.
The Doctor advised the job i was doing was too stressful and highly dangerous for me.

I had spent years studying at collage and acquired debts with being a student and then I was told i had
chosen the wrong career all because my stomach and GI were not coping.

Needless to say i went down the homoeopathic route and yes gave up my career as a Hotel manager.
I did not have my spleen removed or Gall bladder either.

While Pregnant.....
When I was pregnant I suffered from terrible heartburn and reflux I drank bottle after bottle of antacid I was told "Oh quite normal, many pregnant women suffer from this"
I wonder now if a lot of my problems during my pregnancy were actually made worse than most due to the Spirochete infection i would say now Categorically yes.

During treatment......

I have suffered from bloating in the stomach while treating with MMS but if I had taken antibiotics this would also happen so MMS is not to blame.
I have also had really bad reflux and indigestion while treating and again this could happen if one is on antibiotics neither are to blame only the spirochete infection is to blame.
I am glad to say that this part has seemed to have calmed down quite a lot.

My Motto

My motto is when dealing with the heartburn or stomach problems is to:
Just eat plenty of Yogurt and bananas cut out processed foods and sugar and drink lots of water until acid burning subsides. I find Cranberry juice helps immensely and Acidophiles and manage my stress levels with yoga as Lyme loves it when we are stressed and not at our best.

I would suggest if one is suffering with a GI problem bear this in mind the infection does cause inflammation and if one is taking treatment like MMS or antibiotics it does seem to be all part of the process of ridding the infection.

Good Luck

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Hello all,

Today is a momentous day for me, I was finally able to fit into a pair of jeans!

Two years....
After two years of treating the Lyme/spirochete infections and having an extreme weight fluctuation from putting on a lot to loosing a lot it seems the weight fluctuation has now stopped and the swelling has ceased.


I have spent two years observing other people who are able to wear jeans with ease but for me this was not the case at all.

In a way I was quite envious but I knew deep in my heart of hearts after talking to others who had been taking antibiotics for five years or more yes the weight does stabilize and once one is clear of any infection the weight goes back to normal.

Happy...
I am so happy I am getting back to a normal weight and I am able to wear normal clothes like every one else.
Before I would try to put on some nice shoes and because of the swelling I would be crippled in pain and agony I would not be able to put any sort of shoe on other than trainers.

Today I was able to put on a pair of shoes other than trainers as well!

Keep Going...
All I can say is I shall keep on treating myself with MMS and going to Oxygen therapy I cannot say for how long but I shall keep updating.
Keep going with whatever treatment you have chosen to do it is worth it really it is.

Yes this is a momentous day for me that is for sure.

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Hello all,

I have waited for this day it seems for a very long time but yes I have made it I have reached 2 years and 2 weeks of MMS treatment!


No doubt....

I am so happy I have managed 2 years at last and I am glad to say the MMS has worked without a doubt.

If people still doubt the efficiency of MMS and the safety well that is their own opinion but I can say I am still here and am getting better.

Yes I doubted at first of course that is perfectly natural but I had to override my doubts and fears because of all the scare stories plastered all over the net.

Well the drugs I was being prescribed were not doing me any good at all in fact they were causing more

harm than good.

MMS on the other hand was doing me good and my Children are also still here as well.

Top of the Mountain...

I had to climb a mountain metaphorically speaking, well it felt like climbing a mountain.

The mountain was a hard climb yes there were parts that I felt I was going to fall,

but I hang on in there.

Been unwell longer than well...

I have had the Lyme/Spirochete infections for the majority of my life.

I was thinking I was well for the first 9 years from birth and had the infection for 30 years so in my mind really what is 2 years or more of taking MMS so that perhaps I can be well longer than when I was disabled and unwell?

2 or 5 or even 10 more years of taking MMS is more than worth it if it means in the end I will be well enough to not have to call myself disabled or unwell.

I am not in any way putting down disabled people in anyway not at all it takes courage and strength emotional strength when one is disabled.

But for all those who have become disabled because of a diagnoses of M.S or an autoimmune disease, those invisible illness's that many do not understand because the affects cannot always been seen by others and if you are not always in a wheelchair or using a cane many do not believe there is anything wrong with you.

I've been there oh boy have I ever yeah sometimes I would look well on the outside but oh so much was going on on the inside that people just could not see.

I am hoping this blog will help to show that there is a chance that perhaps it's all because of an infection just like Syphilis that can be treated all is not a dead end, like the dead end I reached when the medical profession just wrote me off or when I had written myself off.

Good day...

Yes I think this is a good day my 2 year mark wow!

Good Luck

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Default MMS Update 2 Years 2 months & 1 week Today !!!

Hello all,

I am still here and I am still going strong!

The Blog has not been abandoned not at all. I have had a very busy month and now the days are getting darker here in the UK I am spending more time inside luckily the weather is still quite warm for this time of year compared to last year.

How have I been?
Well I have gone from strength to strength and in the past month I have also had to deal with a cold!
I have recovered from the cold in record time unlike last year.
Obviously my immune system has a better ability to cope.

Am I still taking the MMS?
Yes I am still taking the MMS and will continue for the foreseeable future.

How are my children?
They too are going from strength to strength and they too had the cold as well.
My eldest is getting so much better she is now attending a place of learning every day to do her GCSE's!
This is quite a milestone in itself because as with most if not all children who either contract the spirochete infection or are born with it they cannot have a productive learning career.

Burn Out!
It was a bit of a gamble for her to go to School as from my experience I would be fine for about a month on anything I embarked on bit then I would burn out and become disabled.

We hoped and prayed she would be alright and not have The Burn Out as I call it.

I am still waiting for my burn out as well and as of yet this has not happened either it's a bit like waiting for the other shoe to fall off so to speak.

I suppose having been ill most of my life it will take some time to adjust my brain to the fact that I am on a the healing and getting well path.

Needless to say I do not regret taking MMS not one bit.

Yes Lyme I have won I have beaten you!

Lyme Girlx
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Default MMS update 2 Years & 5 months !!!!

Hello all,

I have been very busy phew. You see I home school my youngest and for the past 4 months she and I have felt more able to take part in our home education group and the activities.

This is quite a giant leap forward for the both of us seeing as while we were in the process of treatment we wouldn't know how we would be physically or if we would herx or just be plain old exhausted!

This would make it extremely difficult to make any plans or even have a routine or even do anything remotely active oh the joys of treating chronic Lyme or a Spirochete infection/s.

Well we can report that we are still going strong and getting better all the time.

It is a great feeling to become part of the human race again.

Vitamin B

I increased my Vitamin B intake (supplements) and have noticed this has helped immensely now of course you should consult a medical professional if you wish to do this.
Lyme and Spirochetes do gobble up all the vitamin B we need and people with Chronic Lyme and M.S do suffer from the lack of Vitamin B in their system.
To me it made sense to increase my Vitamin B intake and I am glad to say it has really helped me with my body strength and immune system.

Well at the moment this is all I have to report and just to say it is so worth treating a Spirochete infection whether with MMS or Antibiotics just to get your life back.


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Default Bartonella and Mycoplasma Gulf War Veterans

Hello all,

I came across a very interesting article about how Veteran soldiers are coming back from Iraq and a soldiers men and women are committing suicide every 20 minutes!.

This is an alarming figure to say the least.

Why would this be happening?

Apparently soldiers who are serving in Iraq according to the USDA in a published report revealed that sand flies were biting the troops as much as 1,000 times a night!
These insects are also rife in Africa, The Middle East, Afghanistan.

There were 100 infectious diseases identified for consideration based on illnesses contracted by soldiers the list will be all too familier to those who who do have Chronic Lyme or suspected Lyme:

Borellia Burgdofen
Bartonella (cat scratch fever)
Anaplasmosis
Qfever
Rickettsiosis


Dr Rick Sponaugle founder of Sponaugle Clinic Tampa Florida has written the following article regarding the possible connection between the continued spread of Bartonella and the war he writes as follows:


"Is the Iraq War Partly Responsible for the Surge of Bartonella Infections in America
I found the study below from University of California Davis both alarming and thought provoking. It reveals that 47 percent of the domestic dogs tested in Iraq had an active Bartonella infection. The infection rate is potentially much higher because the antibody testing they used has far more false negatives than testing with actual blood smears.
Are our troops getting exposed to more Bartonella in Iraq than they would here in America?
The answer is most likely yes. Americans spend more money on their pets than Iraqi citizens. They treat their pets for fleas and they often pay their Veterinarian to test their dogs and cats for Lyme disease and Bartonella. Fleas on cats were found years ago to spread Bartonella, thus the original name for Bartonellosis was “cat scratch fever.”
As the Medical Director of Sponaugle Wellness Institute, I have treated hundreds of patients with Bartonella, most of these patients did not have cats. You don’t need a cat to get “cat scratch fever.” Ticks, mosquitos and fleas have all been proven to harbor Bartonella and the Lyme spirochete.
Desert sand fleas in Iraq were given credit for causing the first “Gulf War Syndrome.” They infected our troops with Mycoplama, a bacterium that is even smaller than the tiny Bartonella bacterium seen on my patient’s blood smear below. Surely, the desert sand fleas in Iraq transport Bartonella from Iraqi dogs to our troops!
The slide below demonstrates just how small the Bartonella bacterium looks when compared to the red blood cells surrounding it. For a frame of reference, our red blood cells are only 8 microns in diameter. Common sense dictates that the Bartonella bacterium is small enough to be carried by almost any vector, desert sand fleas included.
Are American troops infecting their wives and husbands with Bartonella when they return from Iraq?
Most likely they are. We know that the larger Lyme spirochete is passed from one spouse to another during sexual activity. We also know the Lyme spirochete can cross the placenta infecting an unborn baby. Why would we not believe that the much smaller Bartonella bacterium would readily pass through the placenta and infect sexual partners.
Soldiers returning from Iraq have experienced a much higher rate of psychological disorders than other war veterans including; depression, anxiety disorders, PTSD, Bipolar disorder, and addiction issues.
Do Bartonella infections have causation in the higher prevalence of mental disorders seen in soldiers returning from Iraq verses soldiers returning from other wars?
If indeed our troops are getting infected with Bartonella in Iraq, the answer is definitely yes. Bartonella is notorious for causing mental disorders, especially rage issues.
I have performed clinical research in hundreds of Lyme patients comparing their psychological symptoms to changes on their brain scans and their brain chemistry patterns. Those Lyme patients, who on blood smear testing, revealed a significant Bartonella infection, always experienced more severe psychological symptoms. This is with the Lyme biomarker CD 57 being relatively equal.
More specifically, patients with the worst Bartonella infections demonstrate dangerously high levels of the excitatory neurotransmitter, Glutamate. When Glutamate levels are excessive, calcium channels in brain neurons remain open causing rapid and repetitive electrical firing.
These Bartonella patients suffer from a phenomenon called excito-neurotoxicity, their brain is over-electrified. They often state their brain feels like it’s going to explode or it feels like it’s on fire. Symptomatically, they suffer with insomnia, anxiety disorders, panic disorder, rage issues and in the most severe cases, paranoia.
Perhaps too many veterans from the Iraq war are being misdiagnosed as having PTSD, when in fact they are suffering from brain infections with Bartonella. We could argue that these soldiers have experienced no more psychological trauma than veterans from previous wars.
Lyme literate doctors are fully aware that Lyme disease goes undiagnosed in millions of Americans. I have personally treated hundreds of patients who were infected with both Lyme and Bartonella and I am convinced that Bartonella is under diagnosed far more than Lyme disease!
At Sponaugle Wellness Institute, we diagnose Bartonellosis in 90 percent of our chronic Lyme patients. Many of these Lyme patients were previously informed by other Lyme physicians that they were not infected with Bartonella.
Problematic is that antibody and PCR testing for Bartonella will often produce false negatives when the Bartonella bacteria are sequestered in a “bio-film bubble” as seen below in my patient’s blood smear.
Perhaps the most compelling question is whether our military would find it more efficacious to routinely test Iraq war veterans for Bartonella than to label infected soldiers as mentally disturbed and treat them with psychiatric medicines.
As I finished this article on April 23, 2013, I picked up the St. Petersburg Tribune which I had not read for two weeks. Maybe it’s a God thing. I found the following Associated Press Article titled “Iraq Vet Pleads Guilty to Killing 5 At Clinic.”
The story explains that Army Sergeant John Russell went on a shooting spree at an Army mental health clinic in Bagdad. It was one of the worst instances of soldier-on-soldier violence in the Iraq war.
Russell was nearing the end of his third tour in Iraq when according to other soldiers in his unit he became distant and paranoid. He was referred to the Camp Liberty clinic where he received prescription medication which apparently made him suicidal, he later returned to the clinic and shot five soldiers.
I couldn’t have made up a better story to match the science I just explained in this article. I wrote a similar blog on Adam Lanza pleading for testing. Perhaps if enough of you Lyme – Bartonella literate people share this on your Lyme blogs, we can unite in an effort to mandate testing for soldiers like John Russell."
Dr. Rick Sponaugle, Medical Director of Sponaugle Wellness Institute.

Department of Population Health and Reproduction, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California Davis, Davis, California, United States of America.
Abstract
Bartonellae are emerging vector-borne pathogens infecting erythrocytes and endothelial cells of various domestic and wild mammals. Blood samples were collected from domestic and wild canids in Iraq under the United States Army zoonotic disease surveillance program. Serology was performed using an indirect immunofluorescent antibody test for B. henselae, B. clarridgeiae, B. vinsonii subsp. berkhoffii and B. bovis. Overall seroprevalence was 47.4% in dogs (n = 97), 40.4% in jackals (n = 57) and 12.8% in red foxes (n = 39). Bartonella species DNA was amplified from whole blood and representative strains were sequenced. DNA of a new Bartonella species similar to but distinct from B. bovis, was amplified from 37.1% of the dogs and 12.3% of the jackals. B. vinsonii subsp. berkhoffii was also amplified from one jackal and no Bartonella DNA was amplified from foxes. Adjusting for age, the odds of dogs being Bartonella PCR positive were 11.94 times higher than for wild canids (95% CI: 4.55-31.35), suggesting their role as reservoir for this new Bartonella species.
This study reports on the prevalence of Bartonella species in domestic and wild canids of Iraq and provides the first detection of Bartonella in jackals. We propose Candidatus Bartonella merieuxii for this new Bartonella species. Most of the Bartonella species identified in sick dogs are also pathogenic for humans.
Therefore, seroprevalence in Iraqi dog owners and bacteremia in Iraqi people with unexplained fever or culture negative endocarditis requires further investigation as well as in United States military personnel who were stationed in Iraq. Finally, it will also be essential to test any dog brought back from Iraq to the USA for presence of Bartonella bacteremia to prevent any accidental introduction of a new Bartonella species to the New World.
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