1.What is Lyme Disease 
2.The Lyme Rash
3.What are Co-infections 
4.Ticks -Transmission
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6. Lyme  in Canada
7. Diagnosis for Lyme 
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9. Taking Action 
10 Symptoms
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What is a coinfection? 
Are all co Infections the same in everyone ?
Lyme is NOT always present in zoonotic infections
In vitro zoonotic infections
Presence of one or more coinfections at one time.
Effects of coInfection(s) in the body
* When co Infections are left untreated or inadequately treated, it will cause progressive illness.


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What are co-infections? 
    What is a co Infection?

    Ticks(or other biting insect) carrying Borrelia infections, such as Lyme, often carry micro organisms that cause other infections. Some of the most common zoonotic infections are Bartonella, Babesia, Mycoplasma, Q Fever, and Borrelia Recurrentis.

    There are all types of organisms that make up co-Infections: example Babesia is a protozoa, Bartonella a bacteria, Mycoplasma between a virus and bacteria, Q Fever a rickettesia, TBRF (Borrelia recurrentis)a spirochete and Morgellons a type of odd "fungus" including spirochetes. 

    New organisms are being discovered in ticks all the time, such as toxoplasmosis, giardia, roundworms, tapeworms, thread worms,amoebas, clostridia, the herpes virus family, parvovirus B 19, chronic strep infections, leptospirosis, molds/fungi, active measles (in the small intestine), Chlamydophila pneumoniae, Human Herpes Virus #6 (HHV6,and a type of mutated rabbit Treponema.  Note that some of these infections may  have already been present prior to being infected with Lyme or other Borrelia. Nevertheless each add to the complication of Lyme disease and any other infection that mimic Lyme.

    Are all co Infections the same in everyone?

    Co-infections, along with Lyme, are not all the same in each person. Some Lyme infected people may not have any co-infections at all and then others may have many. 

    Each single zoonotic infection is equal to Lyme disease as a disease,  though some are not as damaging, invasive, complicated and take less time to  eradicated.

    Lyme is NOT always present in a zoonotic infection.

    Lyme is NOT always present within an infected tick bite. Any zoonotic infection may be the primary infection. Lyme or other types of Borrelia may not be present at all. Therefore if you have been given a diagnoses that "You do not have Lyme disease" it does not mean you do not have another zoonotic disease.

    During pregnacy: zoonotic infections

    Other then Lyme, what I have seen passed from infected mother during pregnancy to her baby, has also been Babesia or Bartonella alone. There may be other co-infections as capable of being passed on to the fetus.

    Most naturopath's or informational scanners can tell you if a protozoa, spirochete, virus, bacteria or rickettsia is present in you. If you suspect an infection it is well worth doing this testing prior pregnancy and if you do, then to take precautions until the infection has been eradicated.

    Children, youth, and co-infections

    Signs a child or student may have a co-infection in them will be seen in
    behaviors such as: depression, rage, mood swings, fear and anxiety, rebelliousness, anger, frustration, and other.
    Cognitive: forgetfulness, sound sensitivity, insomnia, inattention (ADD like), inability to concentrate ...
    Physical: Odd body temperatures, dental pains, digestive problems, all types of eye problems, enlarged Lymph nodes, headaches, joint pains, muscle pains, bladder problems, skin with unusual markings such as odd rashes, elongated rashes, red splotches, or slightly raised red points and more. 

    Presence of one or more co-infections at one time.

    Sometimes two spirochete infections are present along with other infections.   Lyme, STARI, Borrelia Myamotoi and Borrelia Recurrentis and more recently a type of Treponema are all common co-infections. Each are caused by a borrelia, each a different type of spirochetes to the other. Each of these manifesting their own symptoms, some symptoms being similar to Lyme, each acting somewhat different to the other.  Each type of spirochete requires a different RIFE frequency and some also have different strains within one (example lyme) that also require different frequencies.. saying clearly each resonates different to the other. Therefore for traditional eradication agents each requires a different agent capable of eradicating the specific Borrelia organism. 

    Then there are many different Babesia's which are a protozoa organism. There are also many different Bartonella's what are bacteria organisms. There are rickettsias different to each other. There are different types of Mycoplasmas and then different viruses and many different Candida's and other types of fungus, as well, as over 3000 types of parasites. It is not unusual for a tick infected person to carry eight of these infections from a single bite. Some have been bitten three times and carry even more variety.

    Effects of co Infection in the body
    All co-infections, if not eradicated completely, become chronic and most multiply, some spread to more areas or weaken the areas they live in. Each of these co-infections can be damaging, just like Lyme, but in a different way. The sooner they are absent from the body, the quicker the body can begin to recover.

    Some medical labs do testing for most of the common zoonotic infections. It may take up to a year to get all of ones ducks in a row where you can finally begin treatment with an agent specific for each infection. (And still in 2015, you cannot yet rely on test results.) Or, you can begin eradication on your own without ever identifying all your infections by using an agent that requires no name. See about the eradication process.

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