Cherry angiomas

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Mustelid
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   Posted 6/30/2013 7:35 PM (GMT -6)   
I've recently realized that my cherry angiomas are a sign of some kind of an infection, especially Babesia, but I don't have any other conclusive symptoms for it. Any ideas on this matter?
Dan
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opugirl
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   Posted 6/30/2013 8:29 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Dan,


That is a tough one. I have these too and my dr says bartonella causes them but I've also heard the babesia thing too. Apparently it has to do with your hormones being affected. I started Japanese knotweed and I haven't noticed more popping up but I still have them.

PrayingForAMiracle
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   Posted 6/30/2013 10:07 PM (GMT -6)   
My husband who is now 63 has gotten some of these within the past couple of years. His Dr. said he's healthy as a horse, he doesn't have Lyme, bartonella or babesia. He said there is speculation as to what causes them but no real evidence. He said he has them too and it just happens to some people.

If you search online, most sites say that they are something that just happens to some people as they become older.

I found found some websites that explained that cherry angiomas are a sign of bromide poisoning.
Cherry angiomas are caused by bromine poisoning. Research conducted by Drs. A. D. Cohena, E. Cagnanob, and D. A. Vardya, shows the correlation between bromine poisoning and cherry angiomas.
Mysterious red moles appeared on researchers’ bodies after working for extended periods of time with brominated compounds.
Bromine poisoning, stored in the fat tissues, is a halogen. It is a known disruptor which prevents the absorption of iodine in the body.
The body attempts to move the toxin away from vital body organs storing it in fat tissues and in the skin where it resides as “red dots.”

Bromide is a chemical element in the halogen group (along with fluoride, chlorine and iodine). Bromide is found in many processed foods including bread made with enriched flour. It is used to make food last longer and increase shelf life. Bromine is toxic to the human body and is carcinogenic.

Do I think he has Bromine poisoning? Nope. We aren't worried about it because we eat very little processed food and no wheat/enriched flour because I'm gluten intolerant.

I do have Lyme and bartonella and LOTS of problems but not one Cherry Angioma.

nspeedracer
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   Posted 6/30/2013 10:13 PM (GMT -6)   
i have tiny blood red dots, shaller says babesia. i used to have night sweats but my main symptom in general is horrible constant headache.
i made some progress on mepron for babesia, i think the red dots are still popping up, im only about 6 weeks into mepron

Georgia Hunter
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   Posted 7/1/2013 4:55 AM (GMT -6)   
When I started Artimesiae, mine became worse. I haven't noticed any more of them but I do have quite a few. I always thought it was from bartonella because my symptoms from babesia have diminished.

acharms
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   Posted 7/1/2013 7:41 AM (GMT -6)   
 I have them too. I had 4-5 my whole life but since treating the lyme and babesia I have 60-70 of them. I never tested positive for Bart. but who knows? I too have seen an increase since starting the artemisin. I read something in regard to not having enough iodine so I started adding iodized salt back into my diet.
 
Anna

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   Posted 7/1/2013 10:04 AM (GMT -6)   
Acharms,
You need to continue with the iodized salt no matter what, unless you are taking iodine supplements. We all need iodine for our thyroids and our food no longer provides this much needed nutrient - as well as many others.

You should probably have your thyroid tested as well if you have been without iodine for long. This site will help you understand not only what tests to have done (the usual one the doc's run aren't worth the paper they are written on!), but how your thyroid and adrenals can be affected and we not hardly notice it:
www.stopthethyroidmadness.com/
Lyme herbs used: "Chronic Tonic" from www.mistymeadows.org/wendydocs/Lyme Disease.pdf for 9 months

Bart herb - only Houttuynia for 6 months
tx ended 1-2013

Had Lyme, Bart, Babs, RMSF, Ehrlichia, Myco, Anaplasmosis, EBV

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