It's been a while. I've had too much going on. I was glad to see you all alive and kicking here. Since I'm not yet banished from the land of support, here's a reply from a lymie girl.
I'm glad you're feeling better, but I feel like I'm experiencing brain fog after reading your post. I know you mean well, but, I have to say I have no idea what you're referring to regarding cysts and lyme and your other lyme information.
I've had lyme for some time, have done a lot of research, and have been to medical conferences trying to understand it.
There is no such thing as "Bergdof spiroketes." Spiroketes are a type of bacteria that looks kind of like a cork screw and the lyme bacteria is this type. I think with "bergdorf" you are referring to Dr. Willie Bergdorfer, the scientist (yes science!) who first identified the lyme bacteria and had the bacteria named after him, borrelia bergdorferi.
You also wrote you were going to use mms "to get rid of the dormant spirokeets and cysts" and again I'm quite confused by your claims. The type of cyst that is on your skin has nothing to do with the cysts in which the lyme bacteria hides. Same word, two different meanings. If for no other reason, mms and its active ingredient don't hang around long enough to do anything to cysts and anti-bacterias such as mms don't bust into cysts. There's a class of abx known as cyst busters. Try one of those instead.
Finally, there is no differential diagnosis between MS and lyme, so pick one and stick with it. A brain with MS looks like a brain with lyme. Many lymies are initially diagnosed with MS incorrectly. Also, when was the last time you had an MRI? Ever have a SPEC? That would clear up the mystery very quickly.
I hope you educate yourself further if you plan to share information about lyme. There's already so much misinformation out there, please don't add to it. I wish you well and I hope you go to an MD specializing in lyme before too long. If you do have lyme, it only gets worse with time. If it gets better or clears up with mms, you haven't had lyme.