Sunchlorella A, also opportune infections: RMSF/CMV/EBV

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Tallison
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   Posted 9/13/2009 5:02 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi!  A hodgepodge of questions/comments:
 
Has anyone taken Sunchlorella A?  Doc told me to try it - I felt feverish with chills (a herx?).
 
Also, I see that a few of you have Rocky Mountain listed on your infections list.  Did you test IgM positive?
 
I just tested positive for antibodies to CMV and RMSF.  I have also in the past tested positive for EBV.
 
With all of these, how could I not know I had them????  Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever??? Where were the spots?
 
Oh, one other question.... I don't have an upcoming doc appt, but does anyone know if it is an issue if the IgG titers are REAL high?
I have it to M. Pneumonia too.  In the past my Bart IgG's were extremely high, and after the doc treated it, the antibodies dropped to normal levels.  He said that with Bart is extremely rare to find IgM's positive.  I am guessing the same goes for these other opportunistic infections.
 
These test results come and go... one day my antibodies are high for it, another they are non-existent?!
Sounding like Lyme.
 
Also, my LLMD sent my lyme titer to quest for the first time.  For some reason he circled the result, not sure why.  Maybe because it is the first time it was negative.  The result (Lyme Disease AB w/RFX) is .48 (.0-.9 range).  Hey, what is w/RFX, anyone know?
 
Thanks!
 
 

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   Posted 9/13/2009 6:34 PM (GMT -7)   
Tallison said...

With all of these, how could I not know I had them???? Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever??? Where were the spots?



Hi Tallison,
I am one of those that have been dxed with RMSP. The rash that is associated with this never surfaced with me. After talking with my Mom, we still came to realize that I went through this when I was about 7 yrs old.

I came across something about spot-less RMSF recently, though. From what I understand, the RMSF cases without the rash are quite literally referred to as Rocky Mountain Spotless Fever.
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"Conditions": Lyme Disease (neuro, gastro, bone, brain, muscle, hearing involved), STARI, RMSF, Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, Lyme Arthritis, Neuro LD, FM, Chronic/acute EBV, IBS-C, Diverticulosis (& "itis") & now Lyme arthritis (?).


CajunGrl
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   Posted 9/13/2009 6:42 PM (GMT -7)   
I had a past infection of Mycoplasma and never had pnuemonia. Maybe some of us are exposed but are carriers.
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Tallison
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   Posted 9/13/2009 6:56 PM (GMT -7)   

Cajungirl, Yes, me too (never had pneumonia). Yes, carriers, past exposure but no full expression.  Or maybe mild expression?

Hey, Traveler, only thing I remember from childhood as far as illness goes is that I had Scarlet Fever when I was 8.  At least that's what they called it.  What was your childhood illness like?

LOL, RM(Spotless) Fever.  Too funny.

I have had sudden illness 'attacks' as an adult, seemed like food poisoning 4x (only once did I eat beforehand).  Don't know if they were maybe expressions of these illness'.

Thanks for your responses.


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   Posted 9/13/2009 9:17 PM (GMT -7)   
Sorry Tallison, that was about 40 yrs ago for me - I can't even remember what I cooked for dinner!!
about the only thing I remember besides being miserable is begging to not have to go take another ice bath!!
Although my mom confirmed that I have always been kind of behind the 8 ball with my health since that event. If I didn't have tonsillitis, I had pink eye, or a bad flu (or maybe not the flu??), or something.
The funniest thing about it being called a spotless fever is that I'm covered in freckles!! =(
- Traveler
"Conditions": Lyme Disease (neuro, gastro, bone, brain, muscle, hearing involved), STARI, RMSF, Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, Lyme Arthritis, Neuro LD, FM, Chronic/acute EBV, IBS-C, Diverticulosis (& "itis") & now Lyme arthritis (?).

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