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Old 10-15-2016, 04:47 AM #1 (permalink)
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i've been suffering various neurological + cardiological symptoms for two years now. bad insomnia without medication, horrible palpitations, random tingling in one hand and leg, achiness, and more symptoms. i did a western blot through labcorp, but i only came up positive on band 41. my doctor told me to go see a psychiatrist.

i also have marks that look like this several places on my body. could these be signs of an infection?
am i going nuts??

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I'm no expert, but those marks, from what I've seen in various pictures, could be Bartonella rashes.
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