Lyme and a Coconut

chronic lyme disease with a taste of nut

Studies Show Why it’s Tough to Treat Lyme and Co

From a dear friend and wonderful advocate…

Madison Area Lyme Support Group

As all Lyme and Co sufferers know, treatment is a virtual labyrinth.  You have to support your gut, you have to treat the three forms of Borrelia, you usually have to fight against various protozoans, fungus, virus, and things they probably haven’t even named yet!

The following article explains why we get so ill and why it’s so difficult to treat.  Dr. Horowitz calls it MSIDS, or “multi-systemic infectious disease syndrome,” as the term Lyme Disease, frankly just doesn’t explain things adequately from a patient or physician’s perspective or do justice to our suffering.  And perhaps if we can clearly label and define this horrendous disease(s) we will finally start to break through the current barrier that puts is in an isolated underground.

http://lymedisease.org/news/lymepolicywonk/lymepolicywonk-ticks-transmit-a-world-of-disease-and-co-infections-into-the-lives-of-lyme-patients.html

“In the study, researchers collected local ticks and allowed them to feed on laboratory rats that had been bred in captivity and were free of disease…

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