I have read this and something came up in to the arthicle that took me for surprise, you see 4 years ago I had what was called Helicobacter pylori and was treated for it with antiabolics. I didnt even know I had it, I happen to be at the dr's for a cold and I told him I had been having problems with vomating,he took this blood test and it came I was positive for it. I asked him why he took it said he just got over this Helicobacter pylori himself and with the cold and vomating he wanted to see if that's what it was. well after reading this and thank you Hashithing for sharing it, I realized when it said Some of the species of L-form bacteria that have been implicated in chronic disease include Bacillus anthracis, Treponema pallidum, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Helicobacter pylori, Rickettsia prowazekii, and Borrelia burgdorgeri. And I had the Helicobactor pylori. I was told by my dr that i will never get rid of it,,,and it may come back in the future. And 3 years later I'am having problems and being told that I may have Lupus and dermamysotsis and Rheumtoid Arthsis. And I have tested positive for these,but sinse there are so many diease that mimic one another he hasn't given me a final dx yet. I mean this brought up a read flag to me with this L-form bacteria and since my dr said it would not GO AWAY, hey it may all be related and why I have the problems that I have, I see my Rheumy in 2 weeks and i will ask him and see what he has to say about it. Maybe I will have some answers. Also has anyone else on the boards been dx with any of these like what I had 3 years ago the Helicobacter pylori? thanks all
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