This thread needs to be revived and Lena please keep us up to date on this diagnosis. As you researched, there are no documented case s of funneliformis mosseae affecting any human.
If we are now potentially affected by fungus that infected only plants in the past then we have to ask how is this possible?
I was reviewing the thread and I noticed I failed to answer a question of yours. P. Acnes is a common skin bacteria that if given the chance, will find its way into the spine causing herniation and pain. Dental implant was the suspected route in my case. It is estimated that up to 40% of chronic back pain sufferers are infected.
I am treating for it but its complex now that I have bartonella taking advantage of the inflamed area in my body.
If I ever miss anyone's question which I am sure happens from time to time, feel free to email me.
Does anyone have neurological symptoms with their illness, i.e. cervical essential tremor, cervical dystonia, etc.? Also, I think I read somewhere that people with Lyme/tick borne diseases should not take magnesium or hyaluronic acid. Has anyone else read/heard this?
Yes at times there are neuro issues that I believe are Borellia related. There is much debate about
whether to feed the invaders what they like to eat as the general thought is to starve them. Dr. K suggests that we are losing to many of these minerals and they should be replaced. He recommends large amounts of zinc to be replenished.
Mineral depletion can cause further illness and damage. Plus the invaders don't die once they eat all of their favorite mineral, they begin consuming their second favorite mineral.
They like to eat hyaluronic acid so this is used as bait by Dr. K to coax them out of hiding to feed and then it is followed by something to kill the then exposed bacteria.