Borreliosis during pregnancy: a risk for the unborn child?

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Borreliosis during pregnancy: a risk for the unborn child?

Berichtdoor vonneke » Wo 28 Dec 2011 11:31

Vector Borne Zoonotic Dis. 2011 Jul;11(7):891-8. Epub 2010 Oct 6.

Borreliosis during pregnancy: a risk for the unborn child?

Mylonas I.


Division of Infectious Diseases in Gynaecology and Obstetrics, 1st Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Munich, Germany.


Little is known regarding the possible harmful effects of Borrelia infections in pregnancy, since such a risk analysis is difficult to perform. Transplacental transmission of Borrelia burgdorferi has been documented in several animal studies. Therefore, it had been thought that fetal infection and teratogenicity was possible from B. burgdorferi, especially considering the similarities between Lyme borreliosis and syphilis. However, several clinical, serological, and epidemiological studies have failed to confirm a causal association between B. burgdorferi infection and a pregnancy adverse outcome. Moreover, there have been no reported cases of transmission of Borrelia via breast milk. However, the therapeutic approach to pregnant women with Lyme disease should be antibiotic treatment, according to the clinical manifestation and the timing of the tick bite. An effective vaccine is not yet available and the prevention of Lyme borreliosis depends on public and physician education, and appropriate antibiotic therapy during pregnancy.

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Re: Borreliosis during pregnancy: a risk for the unborn chil

Berichtdoor bamboe » Do 6 Sep 2012 23:55

Lymearts Dietrich Klinghardt over lyme en de gevolgen van lyme gedurende de zwangerschap:

Unfortunately, transplacental transfer is now proven. We had a very tragic case of a woman, she gave birth to four or five babies. All of them were born healthy; all of them developed seizures within the first hour of life and died within the first six months of life. Except one. And in that one child, I accompanied the pregnancy and treated here completely coincidentally with various courses of antibiotics for other reasons (I thought other reasons) and that child came out healthy. Now we did the Western Blot test on her and she was highly positive on Lyme Disease and so is her husband. No symptoms whatsoever, but the only symptom there was losing the babies, very tragically , healthy born babies, but they were metabolically damaged – nobody could figure it out, including myself. They died young. You have to be aware of that --- if you accompany pregnancies as a physician, it is no longer allowed not to look at Lyme Disease. You need to know if your pregnant Mom ……………I just got through with another pregnancy, a friend of mine from Canada, she was positive for Lyme Disease. And we put her on the herbal treatment, ignoring all the herbal rules; we put her on PC-Samento which is not allowed during pregnancy; we put her on PC -Noni which is not allowed during pregnancy ----- nothing is allowed during pregnancy, but if you don’t treat it, you have a crippled child, or a crippled adult if it makes it into adulthood. The herbal treatments have turned out to be extremely safe, the herbal treatments that I am recommending, and have worked beautifully in accompanying the pregnancy. ... opic=11983

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