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I am on my 9th month of Doxy with only slight improvement with a non-LLMD. I saw Dr. M. in Newport Beach and he was not able to help me. I am looking for a LLMD or LLND. Thanks! Sarah
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Welcome to Lymenet Sarah2

You need to see a LLMD/LLND for proper treatment of Tick Borne Infections.

Please copy, paste and read the "Advanced Diagnostic Treatment of Tick Borne Illnesses, here;

You MUST become your own healthcare advocate. As you learn about TBI's, you will find it affects every piece of real estate in your body. It requires a multi-approach geared towards the immune system, detox regiments, clean sources of food, water, and the environment, positive mental clarity, and commitment.

Here is the leading herbalist protocols, but keep in mind, it is not a one size fits all.

You can request a LLMD through ILADS here;

You can request a LLMD's through Global Lyme Alliance here;

Also, many LLMD's don't participate with insurances, here's why;

Lyme is expensive to treat so get your finances in order.
Start a folder with ALL medical tests, procedures, medical professionals seen, symptoms, medications, ect. Take this with you to your 1st LLMD visit. Write down any questions you may so you don't forget.

Feel free to post any questions you may have on Lyment and one of the many dedicated volunteers will reply with their first-hand experiences. We are open 24 hours a day. We are all in this together. 💚

I will send you a private message.

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