Spirochetes and bacteremia.

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OriolCarol
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   Posted 4/26/2018 6:44 AM (GMT -6)   
What other species of spirochetes exist and can be pathogenic for humans, and cause symptoms similar to lyme?

I say it because i have two friends, that have share with me bottle of water etc... they never went to the forest and they have started with tinnitus and hipoacusia, fasciculations etc... i'm totally sure that i've infected them and my girlfriend that have symptoms now...

I don't know why but i'm thinking in other patogens, because doctors say that borrelia can't be transmitted by saliva.

Deejavu
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   Posted 4/26/2018 7:17 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi OriolCarol,

I'm not sure if spirochetes can be transmitted by saliva since I have not researched that. I do know that lyme can be transmitted sexually.

Anyway, a person does not have to be in a forest or any wooded or grassy area in order to get infected with lyme bacteria. I have known people who live in New York City where it's practically all cement and they got infected.

Did you know that ticks are not the only bug that can transmit lyme? Any vector (fleas, black flies, mosquito's, etc.) that feed on the white-footed mouse carry lyme bacteria.

Anyway, I feel bad for your friends but it's good they have you so you can give them advice. Please don't be hard on yourself as you don't have hard proof that you infected them.

Be kind to yourself okay?
Denise
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I still detox even though healed and drink Green Vibrance. I come back to help others for others helped me when I was sick. Pay it forward! smile

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Noah2112
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   Posted 4/26/2018 11:17 AM (GMT -6)   
It is postulated that Lyme's can be transmitted sexually, but if it were a common occurrence far, far more people would have the disease. My LLMD says that evidence is inconclusive about sexual transmission.
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