Zoonotic Infections known as Co-infections associated with Lyme disease

Ticks(or other biting insect)carrying Borrelia infections, such as Lyme, or other infections, will often carry micro organisms that complicate the illness. Some of the most common zoonotic infections have been listed here. There are more. 

New organisms are being discovered in ticks all the time, such as toxoplasmosis, giardia, roundworms, tapeworms, thread worms,amoebas, Nematomorphs, clostridia, the herpes virus family, Horseshoe Lyme Mites,parvovirus B 19, chronic strep infections, leptospirosis, molds and fungi, active measles (in the small intestine), Chlamydophila pneumoniae, Human Herpes Virus #6 (HHV6, treponema P… Note that some of these infections may have already been present prior to being infected with Lyme or other Borrelia. Each add to the complication of zoonotic diseases and other infections that mimic Lyme.

Since few MD’s are not literate in Lyme or other zoonotic infections they will not possess the information to recognize symptoms as a specific zoonotic infection and when there are numerous infections it is near impossible to identify.

Co-infections along with Lyme are not all the same in each person. Some Lyme infected people may not have any co-infections at all and then others may have many. 

Any zoonotic infection may be the primary infection such as Bartonella or Babesia. Lyme or other Borrelia may not be present at all.

All zoonotic infections need to be permanently eradicated. Some of these infections do progress damage. The sooner they are eradicated the less damage needs to heal once all the infections have finally been eradicated. If you suspect you have a zoonotic infection, can’t afford expensive tests to identify what it is, or can’t get a clinical diagnose here is a quick way to begin permanently wiping out the zoonotic infections without knowing their individual names.