am I right in thinking that as one infection is getting under control (becoming asymptomatic) that a co-infection that has always been there may now start showing symptoms, that weren't really noticed before?
Actually, I've read enough from others to know this happens, so maybe I'm not wondering, but really just amazed that I think I see it happening in my son.
thank God, my son hardly has a lyme symptom left; he's doing better than ever! then suddenly, a couple of weeks ago, he told me that he feels like he "can't breathe good" a lot. He said he can't get enough air "a lot". (possible babesia)
and, this past spring, he began getting nauseous almost daily. I've wondered if it's the herbals (a side effect) but don't think so. The llmd thought maybe H. Pylori, b/c there was such a sudden increase in stomach aches that it seemed like something new or different (even if it had been there awhile), and maybe that's it.
But now, I'm wondering too, if the nausea is from babesia?
I suppose the h. Pylori herb won't hurt to try, but I'm anxious to get him started on babesia herbal instead maybe (or at same time. Is there a thing though as too many herbs?), as he's never been treated for that.
I posted something similar a couple of weeks ago, so sorry to repeat myself, but I keep having this thought about
nausea and the breathing too, and babesia and the more I think of it, the more I'm anxious to try an herbal for it for him. I wish our appt. were sooner, maybe she'd say try before an appt.
I think I'm actually excited about
this in a way, b/c he's been so close to symptom free for over a year now; like at 90%+ symptom free mostly, but not to 100% yet. I'm getting excited that this could be an important piece of the puzzle for my little guy to get to 100% and be done with this sooner than later!
he starts kindergarten this fall. He was 3 1/2, two years ago when this all started. He's doing well, and I can see 100% in the near future; I think maybe sooner than I thought. I hope so!
Post Edited (stacestar) : 8/8/2015 12:28:19 AM (GMT-6)