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Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease Is No Walk In The Park

Find Out What You Need To Know
Lyme disease is a bacterial spirochete (organism) transmitted by ticks among other biting insects. The name of the particular bacteria is Borrelia Burgdorferi .

Many people do not know how widespread the Lyme disease epidemic is and the high odds that someone they know may be affected.
Please take a few moments to read the following facts that demonstrate the seriousness of the disease and how it can be prevented.
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Lyme disease may be difficult to diagnose because many of its symptoms mimic those of other disorders.
Lyme Disease is often misdiagnosed as:
Alzheimer's Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis Parkinson's Disease ,ALS ,Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Fibromyalgia/Chronic Fatigue ,Chronic Pain, Schizophrenia Autoimmune Diseases, Anxiety/Depression/Insomnia Degenerative Disc Disease ,GERD ,Lupus, ADD/ADHD Vertigo/Migraines...

In addition, the only distinctive hallmark unique to Lyme disease, the "bulls eye" rash, is absent in almost half of the people who become infected. The inadequacies of today's laboratory tests make proper diagnosis difficult, and it can be extremely troublesome to treat the infection in its later phases.  
 
Lyme disease can attack virtually any system in the body. Some of the first symptoms may include a flu-like condition, with fever, chills, headache, stiff neck, achiness, and fatigue. Other symptoms can include pain in various joints and muscles, neurological problems, heart involvement, problems with vision or hearing, migraines, low-grade fever or other symptoms. Lyme disease is often mistaken for other illnesses since the symptoms often mirror other medical problems, such as multiple sclerosis, arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, lupus or Alzheimer's disease. 
 
Lyme disease patients can become paralyzed and/or comatose. Lyme disease symptoms may come and go and be replaced by new symptoms. Symptoms may be subtle or pronounced. 

The inadequacies of the current diagnostic tests and many physicians' lack of experience with the disease and in interpreting result often prevent a correct Lyme-disease diagnosis. In the first few weeks following infection, antibody tests are not reliable because a patient's immune system has not produced enough antibodies to be detected. Antibiotics given to a patient early during infection may also prevent antibodies from reaching detectable levels, even though the Lyme-disease bacterium is the cause of the patient's symptoms.

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