Chlamydia getting stuck in Biofilms (of different bacteria)
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Author:  mrjump136 [ Wed Jan 08, 2020 3:18 pm ]
Post subject:  Chlamydia getting stuck in Biofilms (of different bacteria)

Especially if someone has an infection such as chlamydia in their gut, it may become protected by a matrix of several other bacteria species that are naturally produced in that area.
So one would have to both eradicate that bacteria
-Within those biofilms
-Intracellularly, as chlamydia then goes within host cells
-Inside the prostate and urogenital organs as well.

"Chlamydophila species such as Chlamydia pneumoniae don’t form a biofilm, as they are intercellular, but may somehow get accidentally caught up in them, before entering a host cell. Here is a good video on Chlamydia and biofilm ( [biofilm section 7:45 min. mark] – Dr. Wilmore Webley on C. pneumoniae & Biofilms)."

ADMIN NOTE: Due to 'board rules,' I can't allow the external link, but I'll allow the YT video based on the fact that it is pertinent to the subject. Those wanting the link should PM the poster.

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