If the gray matter of the brain tissue is the target of Mycoplasma invasion, you’ll portray symptoms of dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease or memory and cognitive thinking disturbances depending on the area of the brain terrorized.
If the spinal cord is the victim, you will exhibit symptoms of neurodegenerative diseases like myasthenia gravis, Guillain-BarrÈ and ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease).
If your weakness happens to be the synovial fluid cells in your joints, rheumatoid arthritis with severe joint pain will be your disease. In fact, many of the 21st century diseases that were thought to be autoimmune turned out to be Mycoplasma invasions.
If Mycoplasma invades the beta cells in the pancreas that manufactures insulin, you can’t regulate blood sugar and Diabetes Mellitus will be your demise.
If your cardiac tissues are your weak link, cardiomy-opathy will manifest.
If M. Pneumoniae or M. Fermentans attacks the bronchial lining of the bronchial tubes, the inflammation will trigger asthma and upper respiratory infections.
If the myelin sheaths of the nerves are targeted, you will exhibit neurological symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
If the intestinal lining is penetrated, the damage to the mucosal lining will perpetrate Crohn’s disease or leaky gut.
In the case of Lou Gehrig’s disease, 80% of the patients have detected at least two Mycoplasma strains -M. Penetrans and M. Fermentans. In ALS, the oligodendritic nerve cells which require cholesterol to synthesize neurosteroids are eaten.
If Mycoplasma population is large enough, they gobble up so much cholesterol they diminish neurosteroid synthesis which leads to severe central nervous system malfunctions.
Even Lymes disease, which is the fastest growing infectious disease in the U.S. and possibly Europe, with the exception of AIDS, was found to be linked to both Borrellia and Mycoplasma infections as a co-infection.
The Mycoplasma species of M. Pneumoniae and Chlamydia invading the pericardium lining of the heart, seem to be common dominators of myocarditis and pericarditis infections.
Mycoplasma steroid stealing properties also make the energy producing mitochondria leaky by robbing cholesterol lipids that are necessary in mitochondrial membrane integrity. When mitochondria bleed, they cannot generate ATP energy necessary for cell energy and function and nerve cells are the most sensitive to energy deprivation. This explains why chronic fatigue and neurological disorders are the main symptoms of the trinity diseases chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), fibromyalgia (FMS) and Gulf War illness (GWI).
In my opinion, they are the same disease ideology with all three characterizing common symptom traits of chronic fatigue, short term memory loss, low grade fevers, tissue and lymph swelling, joint and muscle pain, stomach and digestive disorders, immuno-suppression and severe systemic chronic infections that invade various organs, tissues and cells including the brain, nervous system and heart.