Borrelia Babesia infection misdiagnosed
by Fred Spronk
My M.E.specialized doctor Paul van Meerendonk(Netherlands) finds that 50% of the(M.E.patient) blood samples he sends to Infectolab in Augsburg Germany are infected with Lyme (borrelia) and /or a tick co-infection.
I just read that Katrina Tang of Sierra Integrative Medicine Clinic in Reno Nevada U.S.A. estimates that 90% of ME/CFS.cases are in fact Lyme(=borreliosis).
I also read that Lyme specialists like dr.Dietrich Klinghardt suspect that over 50% of the general population in the U.S.A.already carry latent Borrelia in their blood.
For Europe,estimates are over 10%.
These bacteria are also implicated in
It has been called the "end of the antibiotic era".
The Borrelia spirochetes are not only transmitted by ticks but also possibly by
poorly cooked meat,
maybe even airborne(saliva etc.).
Conventional hospital tests are thoroughly unreliable(55%).
I thought I was suffering from M.E, for 19 years but it proved to be a Borrelia/Babesia co-infection which has devastated my brain,body and feeling.It remains to be seen how much of this damage can be repaired.
This is not to scare anyone but to present a possibly overlooked diagnosic and treatment option,although it doesn't change the spiritual and psychological roads to recovery.
Greetings Fred Spronk Nijmegen Netherlandstags: borrelia, babesia, infection misdiagnosed, misdiagnosis, me, cfs