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Justin McLachlan 20h
21 days left of IV antibiotics for . Cautiously optimistic that it’s helping, mostly because my insurance company won’t pay for more than 28 days. The hardest part is forcing myself to my desk everyday, even if I get a 10th of what I used to done
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nina Feb 19
Someone pls explain to me why I feel like death? Is this Lyme? Don’t have f/u til Friday. Wasn’t told to go on antibiotics. EBV dx in 2016. Seriously going down a webmd rabbit hole would appreciate insight into 18kda reactive TIA
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LymeDisease.org Feb 14
67% of patients have postponed or avoided medical treatment due to discrimination, disrespect or difficulty obtaining care.
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DrRPalmquist 22m
Japanese could be more effective than at tackling problem of | Daily Mail Online
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Fatigo_ME Feb 13
“You must not think about your illness so much and focus on other things that make you happy” - this is an attitude that I come across frequently from family/friends/health professionals. The intention is good but sadly it does not work for and ...
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Shelley M White 2h
research shows loneliness causes health issues. However, people with health conditions that are chronic and debilitating such as are lonely BC of health, leaving them stuck between a rock and a hard place...
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Siobhán 19m
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Lyme in a Mad World Feb 19
is growing threat that needs attention and action! Patients should not endure this disease on their own!!
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Tricia Warner Ayoub Feb 16
"Lyme sufferers are victimized many times over—by the disease itself, by doctors who turn their backs, by family and friends who roll their eyes and walk away, by insurers who refuse coverage, and by a medical system that negates the very existence of this disease."
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MakeWell Nutritionals Feb 20
Getting a good amount of sleep every night is one of the things that can help you ward off illness. Follow this link to find out more ways to keep healthy in wintertime.
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Lyme Disease 8h
My dog was born when I started treatment and now as she ages I can keep track of how long I’ve been treated. #5.5years
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Lonnie R Marcum, PT, BSHCA 24h
“Of these products, the Cryptolepis sanguinolenta extract caused complete eradication, while doxycycline and cefuroxime and other active herbs did not.”
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LYMEStoleMyLife Feb 19
😢You can’t fake this kind of desperation... She will be silenced. ❤️Please give her a voice while she has one Listen to the ❤️people.. NOT the corrupt Chinese Govt 👺 With we understand truth suppressed and media control!
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MakeWell Nutritionals 20h
Did you know... Contrary to popular myth, ticks don’t jump, fly or drop. They simply use their front legs to hook onto passing hosts, in a process known as questing.
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Craig Robinson 24h
Japanese Knotweed has good action against Lyme Disease - as mentioned in The Infection Game. Article link Link to The Infection Game
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Lyme Treatment Foundation 22h
Lyme dsease is not just a problem here in the United States, it is a global human rights problem. We are excited to announce that we will now be providing grants for Lyme disease treatment to those living in ! Learn more, or donate at:
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Lymetreeclimber Feb 18
Due to failed treatment guidelines, a significantly large amount of patients are ill or disabled & unable to work. should join the free membership to enhance their knowledge from patients—It’s easy to join is everywhere 🌎
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Alec S Ireson Feb 15
'If you read that in a book, you'd think it was fiction.' This isn't. 'It's a wonder that you're still here.' Am I though? My first non-fiction book, 'Disseverance', is due out this Spring and details my battle with “Your silence gives consent.” 
― Plato
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Prove me wrong podcast Feb 20
Author Kris Newby talks about biological warfare and weaponized ticks: Check it out on the Prove me wrong podcast YouTube channel!
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Infectolab Americas Feb 19
Because it’s essential to avoid a misdiagnosis and to receive proper treatment right away, pay attention to these more subtle signs of Lyme disease. via
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