some forms of myco can be real doozies. according to one als lyme warrior they need be adressed dependent on species .(he did 3 years of floroquinalones and tetracyclines to stop the muscle wasting ). some are affected by zithromax but some require hd treatment . garth nicolsons work on m.fermantans incognitus (weaponized myco) and gulf war syndrome is fascinating and frightful. fortunatly my hd bart treatment and rife seemed to get mine under wraps
here is a thread with a list and their antibiotic suceptabilityflash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=127208;p=0#000006
lymenut never works here but if you search mycoplasma results ? 2013 it should come up
bad news is simian viruses are intercellular and life long some are linked to cancer .good news is viruses are usually held in check by immune sx and your appears to be working still(cd57to make some
jealous) . if later you have shingles or out breaks i found lysine and bee venom to handle them quite easily
here is that post in the thread
Don't ignore Mycoplasma. It needs to be treated just like lyme does and can become a chronic infection. One difference about
mycoplasma is that to correctly treat it, it needs to be species typed. There are at least 4 pathogenic species: fermentans, pneumoniae, hominis and penetrans and the best antibiotics vary by species. They are very susceptible to floroquinlones.
Doxy, Mino, or Tetracycline
Doxy, Minocycline or Tetracycline
Note that Mycoplasma fermentans is highly resistant to Biaxin and Zithromax.
Hope this helps. It took me many years to be successfully treated for mycoplasma.
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