I am wondering about their ability to let some stuff sneak past, and others cause autoimmune reactions. Anyone have the Arthritis book? Does it have much information in it?
"But there are also mycoplasmas who do not always mind their own business. These mycoplasmas, like M. pneumoniae and M. genitalium, can cause pneumonia, urinary tract infections, and pelvic inflammatory disease. Some mycoplasmas may even crawl out of the mucus membranes they normally live in and sneak into bone joints where they may cause arthritis, a painful stiffening older adults often experience."http://invisiblelife.yourwildlife.org/mycoplasma/