nope - and I have been reading into Lyme and associated health conditions and treatments for a number of years now.
what i will say is; i think there will be 100's of claimed lyme treatments out there. some may have some effectiveness - but my personal view is it wuld be possible or even most likely that one could spend your entire life sick, trying all of them in sequence and still be sick at the end.
that didnt seem like a good option to me - the chances of finding a silver bullet that way are rather small, therefore I think as sufferers we have to be discerning in where to spend our limited time/life and money.
the highest chances of success are going to be with the treatments that have been shown to work for the largest number of patients. Either by referencing what the most respected Lyme literate MDs ( Horowitz etc ) or by what large numbers of other sufferers vouch for in forums like this with irrefutable accounts of recovery.
of course, if you are a person has a genuine academic interest and is willing to self-experiment for the greater good of future sufferers then, by all means, blaze a new trail, someone has to do that.
but, this thing is really really difficult for most people to get rid of once it becomes chronic and as a result, a really pragmatic step by step approach is needed.
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