About Me: Female, warrensburg, MO, member since Jul 2014
Following bld transfusion in the early 1990s, I ended up with HCV. Some 25 yrs later, I cleared HCV,, (sept 2014) after being a guinea pig for the early txs. But wait, did I really clear it? Time will tell, while in the meantime, something inside me is shifting, and
[More] I'm I'm not feeling too good. Am beginning to wonder what this newest treatment really did to me????
"I do have Lyme and other coinfections, which have been documented by blood tests. Even the Health Dept. called me about being positive for Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.
Personally, I would not treat it as Lyme without some sort of coll..."
"I am from Kansas City, positive for Lyme and other coinfections and just now looked up Lyme here on MedHelp and I just saw your note. If you have not already found a good Lyme Literate Dr, ( and I only found 2 in the whole KC area, the..."
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