is the smallest of all bacteria. About 4,000 pieces can fit into one red blood cell. Unlike other bacteria, mycoplasma does not have a cell wall, which makes it resistant to many types of antibiotics.
There are over 200 known types of mycoplasmas that can infect both animals and plants. There are at least 23 different varieties of mycoplasmas that can infect humans. Some of them are a part of the intestinal flora, but most of them cause dangerous diseases. Mycoplasma (several species) is closely related to many chronic degenerative diseases. It is the master of cytokine manipulation. It damages the mitochondria. Fatigue is always associated with the factor of mycoplasma infection.It most often infects nasal passages, sinuses, lungs, intestinal lining, sexual routes, brain and joints. First of all, it infects white and red blood cells, and brain cells. It infects blood and lungs, causes arthritis, irritable bowel syndrome, inflammation of the uterus, pelvic inflammation, urethritis, gingivitis, and kidney infection.
Its spectacular symptom is ringing in the ears / tinnitus.
It is also responsible for hair loss, blurred vision, hypersensitivity to light, eyelid vibration, dry and itchy eyes. Patients complain of stuffy nose, smell, increased mucus, sore throat, shallow breath, thick saliva or phlegm, excessive sneezing. There is a white coating on the tongue (confused with mycosis), numbness in the mouth, weak voice or hoarseness. Unusual skin rashes and bruises appear on the skin. In mycoplasma a common symptom is feeling cold, having nightmares and shallow sleep. It is responsible for sleep paralysis, heavy awakening and insomnia.
Many symptoms on the part of the digestive system such as: lack of taste, difficulty in swallowing, stomach cramps, abdominal pain, diarrhea, gas, bleeding, nausea and lack of appetite. It is responsible for heart palpitations and accelerated pulse. It reduces joint mobility, causes joint pain, muscle cramps, burning legs, hand tremors, numbness or tingling (paresthesia), internal tremors, quakes or vibrations, low back pain and neck pain. There are frequent episodes of urination, loss of libido, erectile dysfunction and menstrual cycle.
Effectively attacks the nervous system. Headaches, loss of short-term memory, problems with thinking and concentration, depression, loss of interest, suicidal thoughts, irritability, mood swings, nervousness, anxiety.Some species of mycoplasma cause difficulty in finding words, unbalanced or unstable and persistent dizziness. Diagnosis is extremely difficult not to say impossible. The use of serology to diagnose a mycoplasma infection is only relevant if the patient has a satisfactory ability of a humoral immune system. Often, however, the humoral response (antibody production) is impaired in Lyme disease.
Doctors often make diagnoses eliminating other causes. PCR tests are also performed on blood leukocytes (white blood cells). But only a few commercial laboratories are able to prove the correctness of these tests. Treatment of mycoplasma as Lyme co-infection is difficult and spread over the years.