Everyone send positive energy to abcdefleigh right now
She just lost her Lyme doc. He lost his license. As most of you know, this is a ridiculous pattern that is happening. Insurance companies don’t like paying for the lengthy treatments associated with Lyme and their co-infections and therefore the medical board launches improper investigations to the treatment of Lyme. It’s so controversial and therefore people are dying without the proper care. WE SHOULDN’T HAVE TO FIGHT THIS HARD FOR ACKNOWLEDGMENT OR PROPER TREATMENT. we are just as important as everyone else, why are our doctors being taken away?
Please send Leigh extra karma this week and if you know of any good LLMDs in Maryland contact her.
This has to stop you guys, too many innocent souls are being tortured.
My LLMD did not like what I had to report in my email to him, so 8am conference call will be my morning tomorrow. Usually can’t make my eyes open before 11am, but don’t really have much of a choice at this point. I need some answers as to why I have been going backwards for almost two months, and I don’t make the trek from Texas to Virginia until April.
To all my friends out there, please send me some good thoughts and energy tomorrow, if you have any to share.
I wouldn’t be here today if it wasn’t for my family practice doctor and Lyme literate doctor. I can’t even say how thankful I am to them.
I’ve never done the “Thanksgiving I’m thankful for thing” because I always tell people thank you when they deserve it, and it’s never been something I’ve done. But this year it’s deserving because without these people, I just wouldn’t be here today, nor would I have nearly the support system I have.
Of course I’m thankful for my parents for their constant support, and my brother for both this financial support and emotional support. Without them, I would not be here, at all. I wouldn’t have the treatment I’m undergoing right now, nor would I be able to take care of myself like they do for me.
I have an amazing support system of friends, rather they come keep me company (even when I don’t remember them being here :P), or just simply constantly check up on me to see how I’m doing. I’ve lost some people do to their ignorance of my condition, and it’s been very hurtful. The friends that are here for me now have helped me more than I can even express. You friends are my best friends, and you know who you are.
Also, Sheena and Jason… Sheena did more for me at the time I needed it most than anyone else. Jason too, he’s checked on me more than I’ve ever expected someone who had such a tragic loss will. Even more so than some of my own family… He makes me tear up whenever I hear from him. I will always love Sheena and Jason, they both have done so much for me.
And lastly, my Lymie people. You guys…. I was so alone for 15 years… this year I started reaching out to find other Lymies, and it’s great to have you guys to talk to. To ask simple questions, or make silly jokes about it. You guys are great, and an amazing support.
Like I said before, my doctors. If my doctor hadn’t, on a whim, tested me for Lyme, I wouldn’t be here today. <3
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone.
Any suggestions for someone recovering from Lyme (even though the infectious disease doctor says I don't have it even though the symptoms were/are ALL THERE and he denies them being symptoms of Lyme)? I've been off my doxycycline for a little over a week, and while I've had some good days I'm still plagued with body aches, foggyness, and general fatigue. :/
Where are you from? Advice=Infectious disease doctors don’t know shit. You need to find an LLMD (Lyme literate MD) near you. You still have symptoms, therefore you still have Lyme and probably co-infections. Let me know if you have any more questions and I’ll be happy to help in any way I can. Good luck to you and I hope you find the right doctor and get on an effective protocol. <3