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... treatment Lyme arthritis". If Lyme symptoms persist it means that the infection has not been eradicated and that treatment was not sufficient. Were you treated by a Lyme literate doctor? ... (2 replies)
... treatment lyme arthritis. ... (2 replies)
... More than 20 years ago I was diagnosed with Lyme after having seen 32 doctors to find a dx. I know it was 32 as I had to list them to apply for social security when I couldn't work. ... (5 replies)

... It is the essential guide to Lyme infection and its treatment. ... (30 replies)
... This is the first post i've done on lyme disease. I've been posting on ms...but i'm not sure what's goin on with me. Here's the thing. I have symptoms that seem to be either lyme or ms... ... (5 replies)
... DuPrey I agree. It sounds like you still have active infection. This is hard to kill and hard to treat. Check into LLMD. The only pain you have might be in your hips, but that doesn't mean its not other places. We're all here to support you any way we can. Prayers. Marsha (2 replies)
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... My hubby and I feel that Lyme is the most likely diagnosis for my symptoms after having done considerable research on the topic. ... (7 replies)
... the diagnosis. I had mixed feeling about it, but was just relieved to have some clue as to what was happening to me. However, from all the tales and studies of Lyme Disease I've been told or read about, there would have been a bull's eye rash and most likely I would suffer from arthritis, usually in the knees... ... (39 replies)
... I've been reading everyone's posts here for a couple weeks now and I'd like to thank everyone who takes the time to post their experiences. It really is helpful. ... (7 replies)
... How often does lyme disease show up on blood tests and are blood tests the most recommended? ... (11 replies)
... never remembered getting a tick bite, never got a rash, don't have arthritis anywhere! I, myself, supplied antibiotics to several patients for Lyme Disease and there symptoms sounded nothing like mine. However, I figured I need to give antibiotics a trial run. ... (39 replies)
Lyme and RH Factor
Aug 16, 2008
... I found the answer to my question through research and wanted to post it to help others. Rheumatoid arthritis IS connected to Lyme disease, as a matter of fact when Lyme disease first showed up in Lyme, Conn. ... (15 replies)
... I'm looking for a LLMD in the Syracuse, NY area. I read the rules and understand that people can't post their info, only their names. Which is fine by me, I'm just looking to be pointed in the correct direction. ... (1 replies)
... There was a Lyme vaccine a few years ago. It was a series of three shots taken over a one year period. There were many problems with it. ... (4 replies)
... If this is Lyme long term antibiotics will make the neuro and pain stop eventually. Lyme is a multi systematic disease and can cause so many problems. Three weeks is not long enough for you. Knowing what I know now 3 weeks is not long enough for early lyme either. ... (5 replies)
Lyme/Mold Combo
Jun 21, 2008
... ink it can sense stress, envirtonmental toxins, changes in your body or your environement. The mold probably takes resources from your immune system and then the Lyme is able to do more if its thing. ... (9 replies)
... Ash, I am sooo sorry that you are not well. Welcome to the Lyme board. There are some wonderful and knowledgeable people here that can help you. ... (11 replies)
... thanks for the response. I just read your post about the wasted summer. I feel the same way. But some days I feel OK and I question myself. ... (10 replies)
... added a 2nd ABX today. I am not doing so hot in every form possible. I have been on as many as 4 ABX's daily at one given time. Positive Lyme test, positive Erichliosis and here I sit 1 year later giving up hope. ... (14 replies)

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