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... Hi I believe Lyme disease can be cured. I don't think it is an easy process to go through, and it can take time. I believe with proper treatment you can get better. People have gotten better. ... (22 replies)
... let me tell you as short story I am a third time lyme patient I contracted at 16 relapsed at 18 and at 22. To explain it is because lyme is not curable and the use government and others do not want to admit this they want to keep not paying for treatment and keep everyone in the dark. ... (6 replies)
... My doc is of the belief that Lyme's is primarly an inflammatory disease, due to the immune system reactions the spirochetes provoke. ... (22 replies)

... lination would be get her on the appropriate antibiotic immediately. I know it can skew testing but at this point if she has a bull's eye I think the chances of lyme are very high. If you have to wait forever to get in to the LLMD at least get antibiotics to cover her until her appointment. ... (15 replies)
... you were able to effect a recovery. This disease did put you through alot............ ... (22 replies)
... hi bill, thanks for sharing your story with all of us. it makes me feel like there's hope, even if i'm still in the thick of it. i wanted to ask about your rash - so it went away once you went off the tetracyclines? according to Dr. R's tests the macrolide and ketolide (i think - i could be way off base. Biaxin and Levaquin are the two i'm on) are the most effective for... (22 replies)
... AngelaA and others, I apologize for the sarcasm, but my point is clear in doing so. Everything that I wrote in my last post can and does happen to poor unsuspecting victims of medical fraud everday. ... (30 replies)
Cross Roads
Oct 12, 2007
... I hope you don't take this the wrong way but I'm concerned for you after reading your post. I know you've gone through unspeakable trials and I hope that you aren't considering giving in. I hope I'm completely wrong I just want to make sure you're okay and not thinking about harming yourself. We all care dearly for you and want to make sure you're okay. You're a hero to... (12 replies)
Cross Roads
Oct 11, 2007
... This is just genuine interest I have. An interest in an honest opinion about a "what if" situation. ... (12 replies)
... I am sorry that you are having to go through this...This is one of the sides of tick borne illness that I find so exhausting... ... (19 replies)
... or IV antibiotics. There isn't enough demand to formulate NEW antibiotics for the sole purpose of treating supposed "Chronic Lyme Disease" patients when the condition isn't even believed to be a chronic infection by the medical community! ... (17 replies)
... to accept that I do have Bb. I went to a LLMD recently and he recommended Clindamycin, Azythromycin and Minocycline. I decided to trust him as he, himself, has Lyme and his story was very compelling. ... (8 replies)
... lymemenot, you definitely have lyme if you tested positive for it! ... (8 replies)
... Vision problems are also common with lyme disease. ... (7 replies)
... First of all, welcome to the Site, this is a great place with wonderful and caring people. ... (12 replies)
Need Your Advice!
Jun 20, 2006
... Welcome to the lyme board. ... (10 replies)
... If I were you I would do some research from where you are sitting and find a Lyme Support Group in your area. It sounds as though you have lyme. They can direct you to a Lyme Literate Medical Doctor. ... (6 replies)


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