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Re: ID help. Desperate mom.

I think it is motile marine organisms, cyanobacteria and algae. I think that the biofilm and "strongholds" along the GI track create the resistance. There are also arthropods.... arthropods... either tics or crustaceans, either way these things carry strange parasites and spirochetes and if they are tics, taking bloodmeals along the inner lining of the GI track and causing persistent "Lyme". You say you tried everything. Did you use a biofilm buster? I think mechanical removal of the biofilm (and strongholds of algae) along the lining of the GI track is necessary but that means you have to get a traditional doctor to do that for you and one that believes in what they are doing and the purpose of it. I have been focused on trying to get this recognized. This is ridiculous! Millions of dollars to obtain the DNA of every single species of marine life in the Loc, but how about in our GI tracks? Nope. Not possible. No lab would help me. We are being infected by these marine organisms and they will not acknowledge it. I have sent microscopic photos, I have contacted every water protection agency and public health agency in my vicinity and beyond along with the CDC. I tried to get specialty doctors to help my son and they were afraid. someone contacted child protective services against me for making the claim that my son has cyanobacteria in his GI track, obviously a stupid person did this, but it was someone in the healthcare setting who did this. No one would help me to identify the cyanobacteria. They just said it wasn't possible. It is possible and would not help me find an expert to identify what I believed to be cyanobacteria. cyanobacteria would dominate in the the GI track due to the conditions, serving as the food for all the marine life living among it, these things produce very harmful toxins as they compete for space... it just goes on and on, the mystery is ongoing. I have not figured it all out yet because I only have a microscope. There are multiple infections. ID doctors will not even see my son without a postive test but the pediatricians wont even order the tests. Its going to cost a pretty penny just to get diagnosed. We cant experiment on our children so we have to get a diagnosis. I can experiment on myself but not my child. That will take a team of people involved in the treatment so the reason for the treatment must be fully established. Then again what IS the treatment. Just remove it. There has to be a cure. We need a team and some machines and to use the combo of visual identification and DNA sequencing. That is how they will be identified. How do you know this is happening across the country or the world? Please contact me privately, we need to work together. We need to get funding. I have to do this. I have a plan and an idea. As far as what I see, some of the the marine organisms are very strange looking. one kind of even looks like a sea urchin, but it might be filamentous cyanobacteria or some kind of complex spirochete arrangement and then there are the spirochetes. I tried to get a pathologist to consult on this and she said "oh you know there is lots of stuff in poop" Me: Not THIS "stuff" NOT THIS STUFF!!!!! I am collecting the list of doctors who are going to get noticed soon.

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