Lyme Disease and the digestive tract

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Re: Lyme Disease and the digestive tract

Post by Margherita » Fri 20 Jun 2014 14:37

Thanks Camp Other. That's interesting information. :)

Maybe the following topic fits in here: ... f=5&t=5245

As Borrelia (DNA) can be found in urine, maybe it can also be found in feces.
And what about the slime in feces? Biofilms?? (If indeed they are, that would be revolutionary as till now BB biofilms are ignored as they've never been found in vivo!). So perhaps the Microbiom is useful as an additional diagnostic tool in Lymepatients with persisting gastro-intestinal problems. First examining the feces, then doing a biopsy. Am I wrong?

(Personally I have some doubts about the efficacy of FMT as a treatment for lymepatients with persisting gastro-intestinal problems)

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Re: Lyme Disease and the digestive tract

Post by admin » Sat 21 Jun 2014 13:33

Topic moved from "Medical" to "Science".

Reason: topic consists of information and discussion of scientific research.

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Re: Lyme Disease and the digestive tract

Post by lou » Thu 4 Feb 2016 16:05

Thank you, Yvonne, for all your posts on this subject

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