Tuesday, January 12, 2016

It Might be Lyme Disease, Despite What the Tests Show

In 2012, the official incidence of Lyme disease in the US was 30,000.  In 2013, the incidence was 300,000!  There are false positive tests, and false negative tests.  Recommended treatment sometimes is a short course of oral anti-biotics and sometimes a long course of intravenous anti-biotics.  Sometimes the course of illness turns into a nightmare like chronic fatigue syndrome.  In my experience, if you are suspected of having Lyme disease anytime in the past, the most important treatment is to get desensitized to the family of organisms that can cause the syndrome.  The LDI treatment can be given orally and is not terrible expensive or toxic.

Contact the American Academy of Environmental Medicine website to find an LDI doctor.


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