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Babesiosis is a malaria parasitic disease caused by infection with Babesia, a genus of protozoal piroplasmida. After Trypanosomas,...
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Mepron 300 Clindamycin 34 Atovaquone 21
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3,513 conversations around the web about Babesiosis to help you make a decision
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Babesiosis & Brain Lesions

0.17% of the posts that mention Babesiosis also mention Brain Lesions (6 posts)
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" ...done great with long-term antibiotic therapy- 3 have had brain lesions go away, stop or lessen on MRI after antibiotic therapy- one ...be tested for Ehrlichiosis or Babesiosis. If they say, ... "

" ...Lesions Hi, Does anyone know what the symptoms are for brain lesions with Lyme? Can Babesiosis or Erlichiosis or the... "

" ...to be tested for them. To me, some of your symptoms sound like Babesiosis. Lyme can cause brain lesions. If you tell me where you live, I will tell you of the... "

" ...sick, I know it is frustrating. I ...the co-infection Babesiosis to me. Shortness of breath is one major symptom of Babesiosis. From what I understand, Lyme disease can cause brain lesions. ... "

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" ...recent brain MRI. There are several possible causes for brain lesions (including Lyme disease, MS, lupus, migraine and more), so ...cell will contain evidence of Babesiosis, the test may need t... "

" ...people who have Lyme have brain lesions but I do not know ...also transmit several co-infections including Babesiosis, Ehrlichiosis (HME & HGE), Bartonella,... "

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