Just as a thought, you might want to check out Dr Garth Nicolson and how 99% of Fibro cases are Infectious Mycoplasma related and how Dr's are treating you for 10 diff medical syndroms or diseases when in actuality it is a chronic intracellular bacterial infection. Mycoplasma Fermentans, Mycoplasma Hominis, Mycoplasma Penetrans, Mycoplasma Genetalia, Mycoplasma Fermentans- Incognitus. All these mycoplasmas cause chronic illness as standard medical doctors, including Infectious Disease doctors have no clue. They will not show up on standard medical tests. If you are trying to figure out what is wrong with you and your autoimmune illness you must eliminate Lyme disease and Mycoplasmas as potential bacterial agents.
Dr Garth Nicolson and his Institute of Molecular Medicine @ www (dot) IMMED (dot) org
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