Chlamydien können bis zum Selbstmord führen.

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Chlamydien können bis zum Selbstmord führen. 

Chlamydien Infektionen werden von Fachleuten mit wachsender Betonung immer mehr mit anderen Erkrankungen in Verbindung gebracht die auf ersten Schein nicht zusammenhängen. Es kann sich um Erkrankungen von Kreislauf, Urogenitalen, Lungen, Augen und Nervensystem handeln. 

Chlamydien gehören zu den häufigsten durch sexuellen Kontakt übertragenen Infektionen weltweit . Jährlich infiziert diese Infektion 90.000.000 Menschen, die Statistiken zeigen, dass unter den Patienten meist junge Menschen im Alter zwischen fünfzehn und dreißig Jahren vorkommen.

Unbehandelte Chlamydien treten nach Jahren hervor

Bei unbehandelten Personen die mit dem Bakterium infiziert wurden bleibt diese im Körper und die Folgen sind oftmals erst Jahre später ersichtlich. Chlamydien können sich bei der Entwicklung von vielen Krankheiten beteiligen wie Krebs, Leukämie, Asthma, Multiple Sklerose, Alzheimer und Parkinson-Krankheit, Diabetes und nicht letztlich weitgreifenden psychischen Problemen.

Experten der Bürgervereinigung Chlamydia , welche sich langfristig mit der Problematik des Umgangs mit dieser Infektionskrankheit beschäftig, behaupten  Chlamydien können  tiefe Depression verursachen, die in manchen Familien bis hin zum Selbstmord führten. Die Bakterien werden auch als Auslöser des Erschöpfungssyndrom vermutet.

Chlamydia  wurden zudem auch  bei allen Menschen, die an Multipler Sklerose erkrankten nachgewiesen. Obwohl diese die Krankheit nicht direkt verursachen, höchstwahrscheinlich sind sie an der  Entwicklung irgendwie beteiligt.

Der Verlauf der Krankheit, die durch Chlamydia verursacht wird verschlechtert sich mit zunehmendem Alter aufgrund längerer Exposition gegenüber dem Organismus. Dies führt auch zu schwächung des Immunsystem, vor allem bei älteren Menschen.

Chlamydien kommen schleichend
Ausbruch der Krankheit ist bei den meisten Menschen heimtückisch . Erste Symptome wie gelegentliche leichte Schmerzen im Rücken, Kopf, Gelenken, Allergien, häufige nicht-infektiöse Rhinitis, gelegentlicher Juckreiz der Haut und dergleichen sind erstmal keine Anzeichen dafür, dass es sich um eine Infektionskrankheit handelt.
 
"Gelegentliche Meinungen wie dass sich bei der hohen Durchseuchung der Bevölkerung nur einige  Menschen mit  Chlamydien infizieren sind irreführend und unprofessionell. Jeder einzelne ist eine biologische Individualität mit seiner eigenen genetischen Ausrüstung und Komplikationen können fast bei jedem vorkommen", sagt Emil Bazala aus der Bürgervereinigung Chlamydia.

Der dramatische Ausbruch der Krankheit bei schlechter Immunität

Bei immungeschwächten Personen kann auch in diesem Fall das auftreten und der Verlauf der Krankheit sehr dramatisch sein. "Es ist daher sehr wichtig, vor allem bei schweren Erkrankungen, eine rechtzeitige Diagnose dieses Erregers durchzuführen und das einleiten einer intensive Behandlung . Sonst kann die Prognose der Behandlung sehr ungünstig sein. Aus unserer Überwachung der betroffenen Familien geht hervor, dass bei Menschen mit sehr guter Immunität die latente Infektion nicht in akuten Zustand übergeht"  bestätigte Bazala den allgemeinen Eindruck, dass die drastische Verschlechterung der Chlamydien- Infektion bei Patienten mit geschwächtem Immunsystem auftritt.

Chlamydien als Ursache bei Alergien
Chronische, latente Chlamydieninfektionen verursachen unter anderem eine ganze Reihe von schweren Autoimmunerkrankungen.Letztlich alergisieren Chlamydien den Organismus und in einem wesentlichen Teil der betroffenen Menschen, insbesondere Kinder, kann sich eine allergische Reaktion auf eine Vielzahl von Reizen entwickeln wie Alergie auf Staub, Pollen, Sonne, Gluten, Milcheiweiß, Obst. 
Irene
Danke für diesen wertvollen Beitrag, Andrej! Wenn sich dieses Wissen doch nur endlich bei den Ärzten durchsetzen würde...
Viele Grüße
Irene
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Hallo Irene und danke.  Ich bin der Meinung wir sollten uns alle zusammen tun als Bürgerverein und mit Anwälten direkt an die Regierung, Gesundheitsminister oder so, so etwas ist in Tschechien schon in Bewegung, es sind auch Ärzte und Forscher dahinter. Eine Petitiin wäre auch nicht schlecht. Wir kommen hier nicht voran soweit die annerkanten Ärzte weiterhin auf ihren Posten sitzen und ihr vor langer Zeit gelerntes anwenden und diese Problematik weiterhin bagatelisieren. Ein latente chronische Infektion, oft von Geburt an ist kein Spass mehr. Als nächstes kommt von mir ein Artikel von Ing, Emil Bazala, Initiator in CZ und die 20 Jahre Arbeit von Dr. Renda.    
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Die Arbeit von Renda und Bazala über latente Chlamydiosis bei Mensch und Tier, in Englisch, falls jemand gut übersetzen kann nur zu: http://chlamydiezs.cz/files/cl2.pdf
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Authors: Dipl. Ing. Emil Bazala, Vítězná 588, Litovel, Czech Republic Dr. Vet. Med. Jaroslav Renda, in memoriam, Czech Republic MUDr. Drahomíra Polcarová, Sokolská 1135, Ostrava –Poruba, Czech Republic 

In 1977, MVDr. JaroslavRenda and I noticed that both of us, as well as members of our families, suffered from strikingly similar health problems, problems often diagnosed in people involved in animal breeding. This brought us to the hypothesis that the cause of these problems could be an infectious agent of the same origin. The results of our ensuing research were published in 1992 (1, 29). In following years, we found out that health problems with very similar symptoms could be detected throughout the entire population (though with a relatively lower occurrence rate compared to animal breeders). This paper presents results of our almost forty-year long research into chlamydial infection. 

Summary

Between 1980 and 1990, we amassed anamnesis data from 746 animal breeders on 31 farms, suffering from similar health problems and as a control sample we chose 146 people from various professions outside agriculture. A randomly selected group of 20 people from the 746 animal breeders were serologically tested for a wide range of infectious diseases (mycoplasmosis, tularaemia, leptospirosis, boreliosis, toxoplasmosis, listeriosis, and others). In the majority of the tested people, the analyses of these tests showed comparable serological response only in cases of chlamydial infection. Consequently, another randomly selected group of 157 people were serologically tested specifically for chlamydial infection. In 96% of these people, we diagnosed a serological chlamydial response to a general chlamydial antigen and Chlamydia trachomatis antigen. 

Over the following eight years, these people were under medical observation and from one to four times a year they were serologically tested for various chlamydial antigens. Some of these sera were long-term stored at a temperature of -18°C and then gradually serologically tested to compare levels of specific antibodies with other antigen batches. 

In addition, we also conducted a biological experiment on two Chlamydiae seronegative guinea pigs in an animal breeder’s family where all family members suffered from long-term health problems and showed varying levels of chlamydial antibodies. The first health problems in this observed family started to appear several years after primo-infection of the animal breeder in 1965. The primo-infection of his eye was a result of the breeder’s work with cattle diagnosed with and positively serologically tested for chlamydial infection. Three years later, the breeder was diagnosed with chlamydial infection of his right epididymis. The first problems diagnosed in the other family members were unspecified vaginal discharge, and later conjunctivitis and keratitis in the wife. Both the breeder and his wife were positively serologically tested for chlamydial infection and underwent a tetracycline antibiotic treatment. In spite of that, both of them, and later even their children, gradually started to suffer from various health problems, never before occurring in the family anamnesis. Prior to acquiring the infection, the family enjoyed perfect health and longevity (up to ninety years of age and more). The two guinea pigs were kept separately: one of them was fed on granulated feed and family food leftovers, the other on granulated feed only. After three months, the first guinea pig showed serological chlamydial response, whereas the other was seronegative. The seropositive animal later lost weight and died. Its internal organs were congested and small haemorrhages were found on its pleura. 

After twelve years of intensive research, analyses and consultations with experts in both human and veterinary medicine, we finally came to the conclusion that the cause of a number of health problems and diseases could be identified in latent chlamydial infection. The findings of our research were published in journals of both veterinary and human medicine in the Czech Republic (1992), Germany (1992), and Great Britain(2005) (1, 29, 26). Due to persistent and deteriorating health problems in a majority of the examined people, we decided to continue in our research efforts and consequently discovered similar symptoms in people from urban, non-animal breeding communities, whose tests were also in many cases Chlamydiae seropositive. 


The detected cause of the infection, observed health problems and diseases, as well as their origin and development were based on logical conclusions drawn from amassed results, long-term research and both anamnestic and diagnostic data obtained from infected people. In the late 2014 (thirty-one years after the first guniea pigs tests and forty-nine years after the breeder acquired chlamydial infection of his right epididymis), anamnestic data on the emergence and development of various diseases in the family of the infected breeder were collected. These are presented in table 3. 

Table:

Table 3: Anamnestic data in the family of the infected breeder collected thirty-one years after the first guinea pigs tests and forty-nine years after the chlamydial primo-infection of his eye. 



Disease Genetically related family members n=38 Genetically not related family members n=93 
First Value Number, second Value %
Alzheimer’s disease 1 2,6 5 5,4 
Sudden failure of respiratory and circulatory systems 2 5,3 14 15 
Diabetes 0 0 13 14 
Cancer 0 0 12 12,9
Rapid tremor (hands, head) 3 7,9 1 1,1 
Tinnitus 4 10,5 2 2,2 
Suicides 1 2,6 2 2,2 
Chronic fatigue syndrome 3 7,9 2 2,7
Leukemia 0 0 1 1,1 
Encephalitis 2 5,2 0 0 
Restless legs syndrome 1 2,6 0 0 
Dementia in children - families 0 0 2 2,2 
Range of subjective problems 33 86,8 71 76,3 
Subjective problems in children 8 100 No data available 
Apoplexy, heart attack 0 0 8 8,6
Enlarged thyroid 3 7,9 1 1,1

Health problems listed in table 3 had never before been observed or diagnosed in the previous generations in the breeder’s family anamnesis. It is interesting to notice that in the genetically related family members, where the longevity is ninety years and even more, the rate of serious diseases is considerably lower compared to the genetically non-related family members (inlaws and partners of the breeder’s children). Genetically related family members (whose longevity might signal good immunogenetic dispositions) gradually developed frequent painful (in advanced age even severe) health problems (insomnia, high blood pressure, skin irritations, allergies, functional heart disturbances, headaches, tinnitus, tremor, thyroid enlargement, mental disorders, and more). Occasionally, even genetically related family members suffered from serious diseases. These findings might imply that latent Chlamydiae bacterial infection can cause a number of diseases and health problems in relation to the immunogenetic disposition of each individual or family. Other influences (lifestyle, age, length of persisting latent infection, etc.) can initiate onset of a disease and provide an inhibiting effect on the organism. In people with a good immunogenetic disposition, the infection causes a large scale of subjective, unpleasant sensations, while in people with a less resistant immunity system (genetically non-related family members), it can often cause serious health problems, even fatal diseases. Research reveals that in people with a good immunity system, chlamydial infection may set off sudden respiratory and circulatory systems failure (heart and respiratory muscles innervations disorders) and namely trigger a number of subjectively unpleasant health problems. These are caused by innervations problems in respective organ systems resulting from an intensive pathological brain dysfunction responding to sudden changes in weather (climatic bio-load). Symptoms similar to those found in the breeder’s family were detected in a number of other families throughout the population, while modern medicine remains unaware of possible links with chlamydial infections. In the breeder’s family, only one seventeen-year-old member, diagnosed with a chronic fatigue syndrome, was tested (and later positively serologically diagnosed with) chlamydial infection. Despite a month-long antibiotic treatment, the member’s health problems still persist, which proves our findings that a short-term antibiotic treatment is inefficient in dealing with the latent stage of chlamydial infection. Another family member suffered from a wide range of severe health problems (severe pain in joints and muscles, dizziness, sudden, paresis-like, weakness in lower limbs, repeated brain fog, and various forms of subjective, unpleasant health problems) and despite extensive medical observations, outpatient department treatment, and multiple hospitalization in various clinics (neurology, infectious diseases, internal medicine, psychiatry) physicians failed to diagnose the cause of 5 these health problems. Various forms of long-term treatment were similarly ineffective. It was only after a ten-month combined antibiotic treatment (using Dr. Stratton’s method) that the patient’s problems almost entirely subsided and allowed return to normal life. The results suggest that the above mentioned health problems were of infectious origin (caused by chlamydial infection). 

These conclusions are based on the following facts: 1. Strikingly similar health problems. 2. Hospitalized as well as examined people were tested for common zoonoses, yet none of these were detected. 3. Examined people and their families, in a majority of cases, did not suffer from the observed health problems when not in contact with animals. In the Czech Republic, many animal breeders originally worked in non-agricultural professions. 4. Family members who are not in direct contact with animals show symptoms of infection mostly with a considerable delay in comparison to the breeders themselves. 5. In a number of serological tests for various infectious diseases, a comparable antibody response appears only for chlamydial infection. 6. With varying frequency, some infected patients suffer from acute inflammations of internal organs, described in cases of Chlamydiae. In these patients, following the acute feverish inflammations, we observed a significant rise in specific chlamydial antibodies, which then gradually decreased to initial, usually low, values. 7. Long-term and repeated diagnostic examinations of these patients performed in various specialized medical facilities did not reveal any objective cause of their problems or diseases. 8. The current symptomatic treatment is not adequately efficient and even inefficient from a long-term point of view; the infection usually slowly, very gradually deteriorates and in some patients it develops into a serious, even, fatal disease. 9. Some, namely macrolide, antibiotic treatment results in reduction and occasionally in disappearance of health problems in some patients, however, these problems later reoccur and gradually deteriorate, while serum levels of specific antibodies remain unchanged. 6 10. Biological experiments on seronegative guinea pigs discovered production of chlamydial antibodies in a guinea pig receiving food leftovers from the family of the infected breeder. 11. Living standards, nutritional quality, living conditions and the environment of the majority of patients under study is very good. 12. After publishing our findings in various journals, we received a lot of feedback from people primarily from a non-agricultural, urban, population who claimed to be suffering from similar problems. In most of these people, serological tests discovered a seropositive response corresponding to persisting, latent chlamydial infection, with titres of IgA antibodies at 1:20 and higher and IgG antibodies at 1:64 and higher. Those serologically tested for the cHSP 60 were mainly found positive. 13. In the families of people under study, the number of premature deaths, most frequently caused by cancer, serious neurologic diseases, as well as cardiovascular diseases and general health-instability were quite high, affecting one or more members in over 40% of the families, which is significantly higher compared to the general population average. 14. Some of these patients were neurologically examined for a possible influence of unidentified toxins. 15. Patients with persistent problems experienced simultaneously the same, or very similar, subjective troubles relating to specific weather changes (high meteosensitivity). 16. In some patients the latent chlamydial infection persists throughout the whole life, since their childhood, and possibly even since birth. Health problems (and their intensity and scale) gradually become more serious as patients grow older. This information has been confirmed by a significant number of examined families. 17. Table 3 shows evident growth in a large number of diseases and health problems in the breeder’s family that did not occur in previous generations. 18. Similar family anamneses recording growth in diseases and health problems in families both involved in as well as remote from agriculture is available for research. 19. The above mentioned findings (plus further research) in a representative sample of people suffering from similar health problems over thirty-one years of research undisputedly prove that the cause of the wide range of observed diseases and health 7 problems must be identified in persisting, cryptic latent Chlamydiae infection (Dr. Stratton uses the term ‘stressed infection’). 20. The cryptic form of the infection is capable of lifelong persistence in the host organism. 21. Detection of low levels of specific IgA and IgG antibodies is a reliable indicator of persisting infection in the organism. Serological tests for positive heat shock protein cHSP 60 consequently prove such diagnosis. 

After the assessment of these, as well as other, no less important, links, we are drawn to a logical conclusion that there has to be one, common primary agent and that other possible negative factors are secondary in nature. At the time of the writing of this study (March 2015) the authors of this study have sufficient information proving this fact. The work on this project so far has spanned almost ten thousand hours. The related health problems were consulted with over a thousand patients, which presents a unique opportunity for objective confirmation of causal relationship between Chlamydiae and the respective illnesses. The authors are prepared to make available reliable methodology as well as a list of patients willing to be included in expert scientific research. 





























 
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