Jackie read these 2 articles very informative:
I like Gordon Medical's descript
ions because they are in plain English as we would describe them. However, I don't know that I agree with all of them for several reasons. His descript
ions seem different and almost opposite from others, although I can't remember now what other sources I was comparing it to. It also doesn't all ine up with my personal experience.
For example: I have some definitive signs of Bartonella - stretch marks on thighs, streaks on abdomen, and foot pain. I also have joint stiffness in fingers, wrists, elbows, knees, ankles, toes. My joint symptoms have always been bilateral and never unilateral or migrating. I do not have redness or swelling or aching pain associated with arthritis like you would expect from Lyme arthritis, so I've always assumed my joint symptoms were related to Bart. Buhner describes Bart joint symptoms that sound more like mine.
Buhner says in his bartonella book that headache is most often severe especially at the front of the head and behind the eyes. When occipital, it is often accompanied by a stiffness of the neck (pages 287-288).
I have both frontal and occipital just as Buhner described for Bartonella.
Buhner gives relatively little descript
ion of babesia symptoms in the babesia book, mostly describes acute infection (pages 45-49). He includes headache in the list but doesn't describe them.
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