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Re: the brain » alexandra_k

Posted by Phillipa on September 24, 2006, at 19:12:45 [reposted on September 25, 2006, at 0:09:12 | original URL]

In reply to Re: the brain » Squiggles, posted by alexandra_k on September 24, 2006, at 12:33:13

Chronic lyme's disease which is all over the world in different forms also resembles syphylis. It's only by selective blood testing that differention is made. And cerebral spinal fluid crosses as you know the blood brain barrier. And one of the long term problems from lymes is brain related and treated with pschiatric medication once the acute infection is cleared up with an antibiotic that also crosses the blood brain barrier. Not all are capable of this. But damage to the brain is quite common leaving a person with maybe depression. I have chronic lymes but my spinal fluid was clear. But it hides in the organs of the body and at some point as maybe that's really what happened to me it can come out and do more damage. Heart damage and arthritis are frequent results of the infection. Also MS is diagnosed on MRI they ruled that out with me. But again psychiatric meds would be used along with medical drugs. Mental illness can come from many different things and diseases that come from other parts of the body. Spinal menengitis might be another one. Love Phillipa




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