Mycoplasma Fermentans

The most common of the Lyme Co-infection is Mycoplasma Fermentans. It is the smallest of bacteria’s and has the ability to enter any cell and alter itself, changing its cellular makeup with every cell division. It invades all systems of the human body.

Symptoms

flu-like aches and pains
cramps and spasms night sweats
intermittent fevers
memory loss
depression
irritability
loss of concentration
nervousness
anxiety
gastrointestinal
problems
nausea
Mycoplasmas are a heterogeneous group of the smallest organisms capable of self-replication. They can cause a wide variety of diseases in animals. Some mycoplasmas cause respiratory or urogenital diseases in humans. Mycoplasmas often chronically colonize our respiratory and urogenital tracts without apparent clinical significance.

Symptoms
diarrhea
bloating
lower abdominal
pain
light sensitivity
visual disturbances
headaches
heart issues

To read more about Mycoplasma please visit:
http://bloodjournal.hematologylibrary.org/content/104/13/4252.long

http://rheumatology.oxfordjournals.org/content/40/12/1355.full

http://www.publichealthalert.org/Articles/scottforsgren/mycoplasma.htm

 

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