About Me: Female, 63, Murrieta, CA, member since Oct 2008
I am a wife, mom, and grandmother(Sunshine). I contracted Lyme Disease from a deer tick bite in Minnesota, July of 1986 and was diagnosed and started treatment November of 2005. If you do the math you will understand that I have some severe permanent neurological damage
[More] in the Brainstem / Cranial nerves area, along with less severe but painful problems throughout most of my body - BUT luckily not all at once!
"The tests no matter where they are preformed are not accurate. They can give false negatives as well as false positives. Find a LLMD (Lyme Literate Medical Doctor) and talk with them about your medical history of unexplained symptoms! D..."
"1st HBOT in Chico, CA
2nd 8 different times that they have changed my antibiotics for others! everything from amoxicillin with probeneced to mepron with arithcidin... I know that I'm not Spelling things right! The amoxicillin/ probene..."
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