tpup, You may want to go to the Newbie section and look over Dr. Burr's guidelines. In it, he says exercise is important, but says 'no aerobics!'. Your infection may be newer than what he had in mind when he said this, I don't know.
But it is my belief that exercise does build the immune system and in the past, I know that I kicked certain illnesses w/ exercise and my supps.
I do agree w/ Dr. B, that once we've gotten so run down w/ the older infections, that heavy duty stuff, like running and pushing our bodies, is not very good for us or the disease. I'm sure someone has found a 'happy medium' there.
In your case, maybe you will be able to figure it out on your own -- if your workout seems to make you feel better, then that's an answer. If it makes you more tired and rundown, and if you have to push yourself too hard, then that's an answer too.
Bit 1972: Acute and chronic tonsillitis, UTI, miscarraige, appendicitis, hypoglycemia, chronic neck pain w/ crushed vertibrae, chronic severe back pain, mitral valve prolapse, depression, resolution?
Bit Mother's Day 2007: Lyme, Babesia microti, hypothyroidism, EBV, HHV6, Parvovirus B19, low adrenals &misc other hormones, depression, anxiety, more of the above.
What don't these nasty bugs cause?
CD57= 60, so we're in pretty good shape.