Just a quick note to say hi! I'm glad you didn't listen to the diagnosis of anxiety and got to lyme disease treatment. I have been struggling with getting a diagnosis and been the gammut of doctors. Here's what's not good in my past that they will look at my history of medications that was not necessary cause my doctor kept giving me drugs for an illnes that he did not know what it was and kept saying that I was anxious and depressed and that label is still on my files. Recently I've been referred to a gynocologist and read the letter he wrote up and sure enough he has me down as having a personality disorder and ? beside bipolar. I have to fight this cause they just want to keep me on drugs. Great medical care eh.! Good Luck with your treatment of lymes.
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