Lyme is very bad everywhere now and ticks are carrying multiple infections. Many people never equate their rheumatic disease to this infection, as they assume they can’t have it as they never saw a tick or rash. When watching this show, you might be surprised to see that ticks in their nymphal stages are so tiny that they are almost impossible to see. I took one off my husband’s leg, after he’d been in the yard mowing, a couple weeks ago that was like a tiny spec of dirt. Learning how to remove ticks properly is critical, as anything that excites the tick to inject it’s stomach contents, like using a hot match, alcohol, soap, or just squeezing it’s body with tweezers, is not a very good idea.
Although Lyme disease is an ancient infection, awareness of it as a spreading infection came to light in the mid 1970s due to a very large cluster of children developing juvenile rheumatoid arthritis in Lyme, CT. Worth watching, if you have a spare 20 mins or so.
Severe, swift onset RA as a result of Lyme disease
Current Meds: Biaxin (500mg BID), Tetracycline (500mg BID), Tirosint (88mcg), Liothyronine (10 mcg), Compounded Liposomal Artemisinin, LDN (3mg), Topical Progesterone,
Current Supps: Curcumin, Bovine Colostrum, ALA. NAC, Milk Thistle, Super Liquid Folate/B12/B-Complex, Probiotics, Vit D3
Supportive Measures: IV Myer's Cocktails, IV Glutathione, FIR Sauna, Gluten-free diet, Gym.
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