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Many thanks to "Sleepless in Seattle" for suggesting this. The blacker, the rarer this should be. The whiter, the more probable.

Defect found in general population:
Infection found with CFIDS Antithrombin III
(0.2%)
Protein-S
(0.5%)
Protein-C
(0.8%)
Factor V
Lieden (4%)
Prothrombin 20210A
(2%)
Other
(2.5%)
Mycoplasma
( 60%)
        In Family
Epstein Barr [EBV]
(57%)
  In Family        
Q-Fever
( 50% )
           
Rickettsia
(? 40% ?)
           
Helicobacter pylori
( 37%)
  In Family        
Herpes [HHV-6]
(30.5%  )
           
Chlamydia
(7.5%)

 

  In Family     In Family  
Est% of CFIDS 1.8% 4.5% 7.2% 36% 18% 21.5%
  • Many infections have many different species -- each species has resistance to certain antibiotics.
  • Multiple infections (which increases with time) is reported.
  • Other illnesses are typically diagnosis as what they are (Legionnaire's Disease, Leprosy, Tuberculosis, Syphilis, etc).
  • Prior to 1993, only the first 3 hypercoagulation defects were known. Overall 10% of the population has a hypercoagulation defect but only 75% of the defects can currently be identified. See Clinical Evaluation of Hypercoagulable States
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