This is part 3 of our Lyme series. Hope you have read parts 1 and 2 as we will begin to get a bit more into the technical side of Lyme and its co-infections. Unfortunately Lyme is not always the only infection a vector can transmit.
Lyme is a very complex disease. Unfortunately are present main stream medical doctors are illiterate when it comes to Lyme. Its up to you to seek out the proper medical care. With the correct information you will be off to a great start unlike many who have years of misdiagnosis, pain and suffering only to end up broke and struggling for care.
I realize there is a lot of reading listed below. With a complex disease such as Lyme and its co-horts there is much information to sift through. I'm on 7 months of daily study. There is as much incorrect information or more than correct. I'm giving you the best information that I have found so far.
Hopefully getting you on the right path to recovery as possible. As you will learn time is key in your treatments.
My wish for you is to take this very seriously. Take precautions and check for ticks and remember they can be extremely small. As small as the inside of this o. Look for the shiny black and have a partner help. Our health is all we really have. So try to hang on to it. Good hunting. Pat
HOST ANIMAL DETAILS OF CARRIERS BY DR. SCOTT TAYLOR, VEThttp://www.mdjunction.com/forums/lyme-disease-support- forums/studies-research/2268072-straubingers-new-study-how- lyme-bacteria-survive
This is a very detailed symptoms chart with many hyperlinks that you need to open to reveal a lot more in depth symptoms.
Lyme mimics 300 plus diseases