Is It ADHD or Bartonella and Babesia

>> Monday, April 6, 2009

Every year millions of children are diagnosed with ADHD, but in recent studies it could be something quite different. What if there were two bacterias that were transmittable by ticks. Now there is such a thing. They are known as bartonella (top) and babesia (bottom). These bacteria collect around the cell causing symptoms similar to ADHD. It usually takes two hours before it is noticeable, and is missed most of the time. Is ADHD misdiagnosed; one mother says she found a tick on her boy when he was a few months old. I have never found any ticks on my kids, so I do not think that this is a possibility for us, but you never know now do we. To get rid of these bacteria a child needs antibiotics. Yep, more antibiotics that they probably don't need, but if it gets rid of bartonella and babesia then I am all for it. So if you think or know that your child has been bitten by a tick, then have their blood tested. Once they are treated the child with ADHD is treated and ADHD was never the problem to begin with. This will not happen in all cases, but it's worth looking in to. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) is looking into these types of cases.

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David June 30, 2009 at 6:14 PM  

Bartonella is a little known yet serious disease. Thanks for helping raise awareness of it!