About Me: Male, 57, Zanesville, OH, member since Jul 2008
Diagnosed since Nov. 2007, symptoms since 1998. Divorced, father of one, stepfather of two, kids all grown up. Retired garage band musician, still working full-time but struggling. I'm trying to stay positive about my condition and try to avoid the idiots who try to tel
[More]l me that it's all in my head, I need to get out more ( to them I say, "You need to get out; not more, just out!")
Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt has written many people who think they have lyme realy have parasitic infections.Things that may help are Tumeric,garlic,not eating sugar.Look into alternative medicine and google curezone
Just a quick note to say hi!
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