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to parent or the infected one:
This is not the
time to put your energies into forcing the M.D.'s to educate themselves
of these diseases so they can treat you, nor to force Labs into developing
better testing, or taking repeated and many tests or forcing your Government
representatives to make things better. Now is the
time to take charge
of your own health by eradicating
these infections before more damage is done within your body.
If you experience a Herxheimer
reaction from eradicators
bacteria's, viruses, protozoa's, borrilia's then you will know something
in your body is being killed by the eradicator and it does not belong in
alsatica, B. bacilliformis (Oroya fever), B. elizabethae, B. grahamii,
B.Henselae, B. melophagi, B.quintana, B. schoenbuchensis, B. tamia,
B. taylorii, B. vinsonii, B. vinsonii subsp. arupensis, B. washoensis and
more recently B. rocha-limaea , B. koehlerae
Symptoms of Human Bartonella Infections:
A small, Gram-negative
aerobic bacilli having the ability to infect the red blood cells, endothelial
cells that line the inside surfaces of body cavities,
blood vessels, and lymph vessels, making up the endothelium vascular system.
It can also reside in the tissues and bone marrow and the immune system
cells (macrophages). The immune system is unable to detect the bacteria
that are within the cells.
Most commonly passed
to humans by fleas, body lice, and ticks, also moles,etc.
Average 3 days to 4
weeks after exposure symptoms begin to occur.
Stretch mark rash, streaks.
There are blood tests,
though often inaccurate. Testing can be done at
Clongen and IgeneX. Muscle testing can be done if a person suspects
the infection so they can start eradicating the bacteria with alternatives
of this bacteria:
Energy Medicines, Homeopathics,
Herbs, RIFE, or other
eradicating agents it with home remedy.
Antibiotics - Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole, gentamicin,rifampin ciprofloxacin,or
vary depending on the Bartonella strain and immune suppression)
Swelling of the lymph nodes.
Chronic red inflamed "pink
Break in the outer layer
of the cornea
Inflammation of the optic
nerve and retina
Lesions in the eye
Inflammation of the retina
of the eye
Inflammation to the vitreous
and peripheral retina
Inflammations of tissues
around the eye
Edema in the nerve layer
of the retina
Inflammation of the neural
retina and optic nerve
White retinal lesions
Inflammation of the jelly
in the in the uvea layer
Blurred vision from light
Cotton wool spot
Edema that creates
pressure on the optic nerve
Serious retinal detachment
Macular star(sudden visual
loss, swelling of the optic disk, peripapillary and macular exudates that
may occur in a star pattern, and cells in the vitreous.)
Papillary defects causing
interferance of central vision
of the neural retina and optic nerve
Small whitish lesions in
the retina or connective tissue between white of the eye and retina.
Choroidal infiltrates, blurry
vision, and blocked blood vessels in the eye.
Seizures with brain malfunctions(status
Continuous seizures and
lining brain inflammed)
of small and medium-sized arteries in the brain
Acute hemiplegia (Paralysis)
Dementia epilepticus lasting
several hours or even days with combative behaviour following
Prolonged fever (of more
than 4 weeks duration)not exceeding 39ºC associated with malaise,
listlessness, and anorexia.
( inflammation of the inside lining of the heart chambers and heart valves-left
sided valve being the most common)
Petechiae and purpura
Enlargement of the spleen(under
the lower left ribs)that may cause left shoulder pain
(part of kidneys that helps filter waste and fluids from the blood malfunction.
(liver or spleen)abscesses.
Vascular lesions resembling
Angiomatous nodules, red
papules, pedunculated lesions, or deep subcutaneous masses.
Bacillary angiomatosis and
Carrion's disease( see pictures in search engine)YAHOO
Central nervous system
Encephalopathy (Misc. brain
of bone and marrow)
borne bartonella henslae is not the same as “cat scratch disease,” which
typically is far less serious and has different symptoms.)
Bartonella species cause long-recognized diseases, such as Carrion's disease,
trench fever, and CSD, bacillary angiomatosis (BA), peliosis hepatis (PH),
chronic bacteremia, endocarditis, chronic lymphadenopathy, and neurological
more symptoms of Untreated Bartonella
genus Rochalimeae- B. henselae
Ticks for the serious form of bartonella H. Cat
flea (Ctenocephalides felis)
to 10 days
common- elongated with appearance of stretch marks. Put "Bartonella rash
pictures" in search engine
onset: Flu like: Fatigue, feverishness, and swollen lymph
nodes. Most of the cases show spontaneous recovery without therapy.
In the immunocompromised
it causes a number of other syndromes-
Infections of the
brain (encephalopathy). Neuroretinitis, retinitis, retinal infiltrates,
arterial and vein occlusions.Valve infection (endocarditis).
test and clinical.
Bacillary peliosis hepatis
(occurs primarily in the liver), relapsing bacteremia with fever, and endocarditis,
bacillary angiomatosis (organisms induce new blood vessel formation (i.e.,
angiogenesis). These proliferating blood vessels form benign tumor masses.
Few MD's are familiar
with tick borne Bartonella. Tick borne bartonella
henslae is not the same as “cat scratch disease,” which typically is far
less serious and has different symptoms.
Medicines, Homeopathics, Antibiotics, Herbs, RIFE, or
it with ancient home remedy.
the disease remains untreated it becomes chronic and a mirad of symptoms
are manifested from the B. henselae. Here are some symptoms: untreated-Chronic
called Rickettsia quintana, Rickettsia weigli, Rochalimaea quintana,Bartonella
quintana,five-day fever, quintan fever, Wolhinie fever, and "urban trench
genus Rochalimeae- B.Quintana Gram Negative-Bacillus
feces and the body lice (Pediculus humanus)
to 30 days
maculopapular rash may or may not appear on the trunk that is fleeting.
with high fever, chills,severe headache, back pain. The symptoms
may reappear at five day intervals and thus the disease is also called
five day fever.
The disease may last weeks to months.Bartonella
quintana causes a prolonged febrile illness.
Recovery takes a month or
more. Relapses are common. It can cause bloodstream infection (bacteremia)
associated with nonspecific symptoms or no symptoms.
Relapsing fevers, muscle
aches, pain behind the eyes, severe headache, joint pain, rash, liver and
spleen enlargement, and pain in the shins.
B.Quintana also has been
found responsible for a disease called bacillary angiomatosis in people
infected with HIV or the immunocompromised. In this illness, organisms
induce new blood vessel formation (i.e., angiogenesis). These proliferating
blood vessels form benign tumor masses. Infection of the heart and
great vessels (endocarditis) with blood stream infection and heart valve
of this bacteria:
Mild cases resolve without treatment.More
severe infections require treatment.
Energy Medicines, Homeopathics,
Antibiotics, Herbs, RIFE, or other
found in one person with endocarditis.
by sand fly (Lutzomyia verrucarum) Found: South America;Peru, Ecuador,
and Colombia. Causes angiogenesis in previously immunocompetent human hosts.
Carrión’s disease or Oroya fever (acute phase of infection) and
Verruga peruana or Peruvian wart (chronic phase of infection).The acute
phase of the disease is a life threatening disease characterized by massive
invasion of bartonella to human red blood cells and consequently
an acute hemolysis and fever.
unable to find any info.)
from genus Rochalimeae
associated with Grahamella in United States.
from genus Grahamella.
Transmitted by rodent flea Ctenophthalmus nobilis. Found in Europe.
Was isolated from the eye of a patient with neuroretinitis , uveitis
muscle fatigue and weakness, pericarditis, an inflammation of the
membrane surrounding the heart
by deer keds. The bite is barely noticeable and initially leaves little
trace. Within 3 days, the site develops into a hard, reddened welt. The
accompanying itch is intense and typically lasts 14 to 20 days; occasionally,
a pruritic papule may persist even for 1 year
in Thailand. Maculopapular rash or petechial rash on arms and legs. Symptoms
of fatigue, headache, myalgia, anemia, and mild liver function abnormalities
from genus Grahamella.
Transmitted by rodent flea Ctenophthalmus
from genus Rochalimeae.
voles. Symptoms - Severe neck pain, headaches, low-grade fevers,
and general malaise. Intermittent weakness of legs and paresthesias.
vinsonii subsp. arupensis:
Found in United States
Symptoms- fever, heart valve problems, neurologic symptoms.
vinsonii subsp. berkhoffii:
weight loss, muscle weakness, lack of coordination, headaches, muscle pain,
insomnia arthralgias,profound fatigue, becoming progressively severe. The
pain and stiffness of the joints, muscles, and neck are most severe in
the morning improving throughout the day.Progressive difficulty maintaining
balance while standing or ambulating. May cause endocarditis.
Montana fleas fever)
Meningitis, early sepsis, chills, nausea, sometimes vomiting, and epigastric
and lower left side abdominal pain. Headache with severe bilateral pain
in the frontal and occipital areas. Bilateral joint pain in both upper
and lower extremities. Neck stiffness with mild nuchal rigidity. Shortness
of breath, diarrhea, or rash. Episodes of hypotension; heart rate of 104
beats per minute.Associated with cardiac disease United States.
infects the entire body mainly through the Endothelial cells what lines
the inside surfaces of body cavities, blood vessels, and lymph vessels,
making up the endothelium vascular system.
An ongoing infection
of Bartonella, may cause:
hot to occasional fever
of jaw bone
pain within each tooth or entire jaw bones
lower abdominal pain
lower abdominal pain
GI track disorders
pressure in the eyes
Other eye disorder
or top of head headaches.
nodes that remain enlarged and sore
of jaw bone
"bubbles under skin from
star spider veins that may
appear to be bruising
polyps in/around organ
anywhere on the body.
in bones of pelvis and spine and head.
Swollen glands especially
around the head, neck and arms
aches and pains similar to the other tick borne diseases.
arch, hip, knee, shin,jaw bone, bottom of rib cage pain
pains in soles, shins, legs
tingling of feet and legs
type of shooting pain in the body
subcutaneous nodules along the extremities and shin bone.
spasms at night
of muscle coordination during voluntary movements and muscle weakness.
Intense muscle spasms
upset and angry
sensitive or critical
extreme fear and panic
or loss of sensation
hot, red, bluish or scar
like elongated rashes and odd rashes, unusual markings, red splotches or
slightly raised red points,
areas of thickened skin,
white/beige dotted skin/chicken
Itching for unknown reason
Some symptoms tend
to come and go as the bacteria cycles, the inflammation in the brain increases,
during full moons, sleep deprived, etc.
bacteria blocks the normal immune response by suppressing the NF-kB apoptosis
pathway.Disease progression will be accelerated if the host is subsequently
infected by an immune suppressing virus such as Epstein Barr or XMRV and
likewise, as the host's infectious load increases the immune system will
be more prone to infection due to the weakening response.
bacteria must be eradicated. Treating only the symptoms does not
prevent the Bartonella's from multiplying and creating much damage. Left
to linger the infection only becomes more complicated.
Bartonella can be eradicated
completely when one is finally able to take the drops of sri
Lankan Cinnamun Verum for 21 consecutive days as long as there are
no interferences present.
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