and for example mpost, if I have a cat infected by Bartonella, and this one injures me recidivist, I will be more likely to get bart? or once my body generates antibodies, will I have immunity forever?
- yes if it scratches your skin then yes it is likely you will get bart from the cat.
- yes you will, but you need a functioning/healthy immune system for that to work
healthy people do not have a problem with bartonella. it's a very common bug, especially in pet owners. people do not get sick of bartonella, or when they do, it takes 1-2 months , hi fever, u will think u have flu. then it is over and it will never come back.
the reason it makes us so sick is our immune system is damaged. usually by borrelia.
another group of people that have terrible bartonella disease are the HIV/AIDS infected people that are not under antiviral treatment. So you see, it becomes bad only in people that have an immune dysfunction, not in the general population.
if you were to be able to remove every single cell of borrelia from your body forever, you will probably return to health without any bartonella or babesia treatment. your immune system simply will remove these bacteria/parasites.