Bartonella is a bacterial infection also called bartonellosis and is also referred to as cat scratch fever caused by Bartonella henselae and also trench fever caused by Bartonella quintana whixh are different type of the bartonella bacteria.
Treatments for Bartonella are often more complex, this is because the bacteria likes to get inside your cells making it harder for your immune system to irradiate the bacteria. Testing for the main bartonella bacteria is available but there are approximately about 30 species so many of them wont get found during routine testing although if you have symptoms of bartonella then it is certainly worth testing for it and we can arrange that for you.
Bartonella is an oportunistic infection, essentially you can have bartonella bacteria and only show symptoms when your immune system is low of compromised which is why we specialize in treating bartonella at the core of the immune system. It is also important to work toward a bartonella treatment by ensuring that any other infections and or toxins that might be holding back the immune system are worked on in the right order for successful outcome.
Bartonella is a known co-infection of Lyme disease so it is not uncommon for a person that has Lyme disease to suspect a bartonella infection if they identify with bartonella symptoms. Bartonella infections can come from tick bites, flea bites, sand fly bites, mosquitoes and about 40% of cats carry the bacteria so having a bartonella infection is more common than is recognized by medical science.
Bartonella is considered a chronic infection, symptoms can range from mild to severe, here are some of the general symptoms:
- Swollen lymph nodes
- Sore throat
- Brain Fog
- Intense emotional instability
- Mood swings
- Intense anxiety
- Intense panic attacks
- Intense depression
- Depersonalization (not feeling like yourself)
- Sensations of vibration or trembling
- Numbness and tingling
- Many neurological disorders
- Body movement that look like seizures
- Spasmodic movements
- Bell’s Palsy
- People diagnosed with “atypical multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinsons disease, Alzheimers disease or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) should test for bartonalla
- Sensitivity to light, touch, sound, smells, food, chemicals and or electromagnetic fields (EMF)
- Headaches localized to the back of the head
- Joint or muscle pain including fibromyalgia
- Gastrointestinal symptoms such as heartburn, reflux, diarrhea, constipation and or abdominal pain
- Pelvic or bladder pain
As you can see bartonella infections are a serious and more often than not go completely un-diagnosed by medical doctors and it can be treated naturally. We specialize in comprehensive natural bartonella infection treatments. Contact us today for diagnosis and or treatment protocols.