"If you are ill with these diseases, your red blood cells will not be normal doughnut-shaped blood cells capable of being compressed and squeezed through the capillaries, but will swell up like cherry-filled doughnuts which cannot be compressed. The blood cells become enlarged and distended because the only way the mycoplasma can exist is by uptaking pre-formed sterols from the host cell."
i noticed this the other day. well, actually this is what i noticed.
you know how you can see your blood cells floating in your eye? this is easiest to see when looking at a blue sky. you can catch a glimpse of a transparent circle with a dot in the middle. i have noticed them all of my life. well, here lately i noticed that they dont look as large as they used to. i mean noticeably smaller, like half the size i am used to. i did not have any idea what this meant, i simply took note of it. now i read this and i have to wonder. what i have no doubt of is that i was infected with mycoplasma. not only is it everywhere, but i even had a doctor back in 98 or 99 tell me i had a mycoplasma. i was too numb and dumb to even ask any questions at the time.
with the two weeks of almost a gram a day of Iodine that i did last fall, i felt that i had killed something off inside of me. with this observation, maybe it was the mycoplasma. finally.