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marie
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Can lyme trigger MS. I am feeling like I may have overall weakness along with my other symptoms. I read Dr. Darin Ingels-(The Lyme Disease Solution)profile-he stated he had MS triggered by Lyme. Can this be?
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I would say YES. Do a search here in the archives. I'll bring you a few links.

Maybe it's more correct to say that Lyme is often MISDIAGNOSED as MS.

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/1/135245?#000011

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/1/136078?#000002

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I think i read a couple of papers studying the microbiome that exists in the brain (previously thought to be a sterile environment) in healthy people and those suffering from various diseases of the central nervous system.

as I recall - Borrelia and Chlamydia Pneumonia and mycoplasma species were the microbes most often found in those with MS and Altziemers

so it's not clear if they are in fact causative agents - but the evidence is pointing to some involvement in at least some cases.

I am sure a quick google would bring the studies up.

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I'd say yes from what I've heard and read. The MS society is very resistant to hearing this.
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