Tuesday, May 14, 2013

May Day 14 Lyme Awarness


  1. Difficulty learning/retaining new information
  2. Brain fog
  3. Burning feelings
  4. Stabbing sensations
  5. Lupus symptoms or diagnosis
  6. Difficulty reading
  7. Difficulty writing
  8. Interstitial Cystitis symptoms or diagnosis
  9. Feet pain. Burning, crushing, and/or shooting pains. Especially in the morning.
  10. Cognitive problems.


  1. Lyme is a very “intelligent” organism. It has evolved fast.
  2. There is more that we don’t know, than we know about LD.
  3. Lyme has the ability to hide from the bodies immune system.
  4. It can wait and survive while it is under attack, ie treatment, only to surface again later.
  5. When it is being starved by changing to a treatment diet, it can hibernate as cysts.
  6. When one begins to treat for LD it is important to know what, if any, co infections you have.
  7. If you have other infections in addition to Lyme, you must treat them first or simultaneously to keep Lyme from getting worse.
  8. Treating only LD will make your co infections worse.
  9. Just taking antibiotics, probiotic and nystatin is not enough.
  10. It is vital to be treated by a doctor who knows this.  

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