I've read many articles on the Hypercoagulation theories, but I never saw this one. The cause is obviously related to Bacterial invastion. The Anti-Thrombin mechanism sure makes sense.
So hard to get whether or not this is actually backed up with real science or not. As there are no "Studies" yet lots of Theories floating around.
So here we have other illnesses that are once again Lyme disease If you want the long laundry list, I will give it to you guys, but basically, all diseases that have a Neuro component yet can NOT be tested for are thought to be Lyme disease.
Michael J. Fox is a perfect example: He had Lyme disease not long before he developed Parkinsons. My Lyme Dr. has had a few people diagnosed with Parkinsons and has gotten them well with Antibiotic therapy.
If you look at this article, at the top it talks about "Information on CFS, FM, MCS, Lyme Disease, Thyroid, and more..." The Author speaks about how he was treating his Lyme disease and needed very high doses of Heparin.
FYI, Hemex labs is owned by Esoterix, which is owned by Labcorp. Just thought I'd throw that in there since they are tossing around testing costs that most don't have.
Anyway, they mention Natokinase, but not Lumbrokinase which I find interesting since Lymbrokinase TPA like activity is 20 times more portent then that of Natokinsase. Chinese studies do back this up.
I'm sticking with Boluoke with is pure Lumbrokinase and I hope to report symptom relief soon. I just found another Lymie with CCSVI today who is scheduled for surgery tomorrow. I warned her of the Herx reaction she may get and not to expect the MS type relief.
Again, Lyme patients avoid immune suppression at all costs while MS does not. So we go into surgery with inflammation from our Lyme where MS has it under control. Immune suppression may via Steroids may be a good option for Lyme patients that can't get well from Antibiotics or Alternative treatment since many issues seem to surround inflammation. At least, quality of life is restored to some degree.
If were hoping for the immune system to assist us in recover then obviously this is not a viable route.
Trust me when I tell you there is more going on then CCSVI and bacteria, Hypercoagulation, etc., but I would bet my life that the Lyme is behind it all.
I'm glad were having healthy discussions here and everyone is being open minded. In the Lyme community, everyone would be jumping over each other with their opinions about the writers in these posts. They call it Lyme rage. I don't see it here since I've been posting and it's nice to be able to express my thoughts to you guys. I think I like it better over here
In the end, we are our own Dr.'s , Scientists, etc. to a large degree, so keep up with the researching folks.