Anyways, heres my results. A summary. I'm not going to list all 12 pages of each level. I currently have moderate levels of Borrellia burgdorferi, Borrelia Californiensis, Coxackie, Borrelia Maritma, Ricketsii typhi OmpB, mycoplasma pneumoniae, streptococctal A and a few HHV strains. I currently have high levels of EBV EBNA1 and VCA gp125 and low levels of EBV EA antigen and EBV23.
So, suffice it to say, i have a heck of a party in me right now. I don't even want to know my levels 3-4 years ago when i was comatose often. It fluctuates given certain factors in and around me. I have incredibly low levels of bartonella and babesia in me that my immune system has under control i've been told. According to my bloodwork as of now.
Interesting to note, if you read my Healy Device blog, the Healy Device scan i did in May for infections came up with, Strep, few strains of lyme, Coxackie and high EBV levels....3 months later these results were most certainly confirmed through Vibrant Labs bloodwork.
I am going to ask Rain my nurse friend to help me locate old lyme strains tests for myself in 2015/2017. And possibly old EBV levels. Urologist and gynecologist were less than helpful when i was trying to identify what strains of strep in me. They told me it was benign but i am going to look if those results are anywhere..
It’s good to know what i'm still working with and which coinfections (especially) that i've never been tested for or made aware of. Helps me understand which parts of my treatment need more antiviral action or anti-bacterial action etc. You may be asking how i plan on treating all of this. I will summarize a bit in this and next blogs in this chronic infection series how i've gotten my system to the point of being able to treat as i've been lowering cytokine storms and remineralizing my pillaged cells for 2? years now. Slowly over past year i have added tiny amount of things (transdermal and internal).
I would like to add another section of Stephen Buhners book here:
"Reading these pages one cannot help but be impressed with the intelligence (yes, intelligence) and consciousness (yes, consciousness) of these organisms. While i have struggled to learn to treat these same organisms, i cannot help but admire my adversary (even awed at times) and to do so i must understand what it needs and wants from its host. To imagine that merely giving two weeks of an antibiotic will eradicate it for all patients bitten by a tick is tragically missing the boat.
Understanding the physiology of these infections....allows us to understand his clear approach: learn what structures and cell lines are being infected and protect them, quiet the outpouring of inflammatory cytokines, provide herbs that can modulate the dysfunctional immune system, help the body process the toxins that are being produced by these microorganisms (especially when we kill them with antibiotics), reduce the specific symptoms that manifest in that patient, and provide materials that will specifically treat those microorganisms.
Put another way, we must find ways to allow the bodys innate healing system to do its job properly (since those systems have been essentially hijacked by the microbes needs). "
Buhner puts it this way, some of these microbes have been around for 15-20 million years and plants predate them with a history of at least 700 million years on earth. Humans have only been at it for 300,000 years 'ish'. Plants have had a little bit of experience protecting themselves from predators and parasites.
Which, i will get into further in the next blog installment.