*The first treatment I got (after borreliosis was suspected) was oral amoxicillin for 3 weeks.
Well, how about the spirochetes that I also found I my blood 2009, then? Where do those spirochetes come from?
In 2010 a skilled Swedish microbiologist (at Sahlgrenska hospital in Gothenburg) confirmed that what I found in my blood was borrelia bacteria and I was (finally) diagnosed (by a Swedish physician!) with chronic (Lyme) borreliosis (the Swedish definition*).
* Read more about the Swedish definition of chronic borreliosis in the thread below:
The original definition of chronic (Lyme) borreliosis
http://www.lymeneteurope.org/forum/view ... =11&t=6080
Edit to add:
This was a reaction on what Henry wrote in the thread/post below:
Drug Combination Active against Amoxicillin-Induced Round Bodies of In Vitro B. burgdorferi Persisters
http://www.lymeneteurope.org/forum/view ... =20#p44108
DLF: With respect to your last point, such "forms" also appear with time and with aging. They represent senescent dying cells. No big deal, unless someone can demonstrate that they have clinical relevance, i.e., that they can produce disease. That has not happen as yet.