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... If you may have ALS, you may want to consider Lyme disease as a possibility. Lyme disease is a multi-system bacterial infection caused from the bite of an infected tick. Lyme disease is the second fastest growing infectious disease in the US after AIDS, and it is the number one vector borne disease. It is in every state, yet little is being done to educate the public and... (13 replies)
Very much afraid.
Sep 28, 2006
... Hi steerpike. I am sorry you are feeling so bad. I know it is frustrating when you cannot find out what is wrong. To me is sounds like you may have Lyme disease. Lyme Disease is a multi-system bacterial infection caused from the bite of an infected tick. It is the second fastest-growing infectious disease in the United States after AIDS. This is very significant, yet... (8 replies)
... Hi teacher in NoVA. I agree with your husband that you may have Lyme disease. I have Lyme, that is why I was asking you about other symptoms. Lyme disease is a multi-system bacterial infection caused from the bite of an infected tick. Do you ever get night sweats? I don't know if the ankle problem is related. No Lyme test is completely reliable and results can vary by... (3 replies)

Lyme and als
Oct 1, 2005
... Hi airey. I have Lyme disease and have never heard this. Lyme disease is known as the great imitator because its symptoms mimic those of many other diseases including ALS. Many people who have Lyme were first diagnosed with other illnesses such as ALS, MS, CFS, and Fibromyalgia. Do you have Lyme or ALS? My suggestion to anyone diagnosed with the above mentioned diseases... (1 replies)




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