- Pelvic pain
- Testicular pain
- Irregular periods with no explanation
- Sexual disfunction
- Loss of libido
- Unexplained breast milk production
- Unexplained breast pain
- Chest wall pain
- Bladder dysfunction/ Irritable bladder
- Vaginal yeast infections
- There is much debate about whether mother to fetus/baby can cause transmission
- Personally, I know several people who are positive to Lyme because their mothers were sick.
- I also know moms who were sick and lost babies through miscarriage or shortly after birth.
- Though there aren’t accepted studies, many patients find that their partners become infected. It is common to be cautious of sexual transmission.
- Just considering the Syphilis comparison alone, there is a valid argument for LD being sexually transmitted.
- Ticks are not the only bug that can transmit Bb. Any bug that consumes blood of more than one animal and can spread disease is a potential infector.
- Though, not in the Red Cross donation guidelines, most doctors, despite denying LD, will still not let us donate blood.
- Organ donation can infect the recipient.
- Some even speculate that Bb can be transmitted through saliva
- It is important to inspect yourself, your kids, and your pets thoroughly for ticks after being outside.
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