Hey guys. Seeking a doctor in NYC who is a LLMD for late stage.
Can anyone suggest a few options? Prefer a private message with great doc rather than simply off the ILADs database.
Suspect I have had Lyme + Co-infection symptoms for 10 years. These became more severe and widespread in symptoms the last 1 year. Severe in last three months. Recent testing confirms likely neurolyme + positive co-infections.
I have an LLMD Neurologist in NYC, but he wants another LLMD to serve as the point person for regular treatment protocols such as antiobiotics, supplements and to go that route before we attempt IVIG therapy.
So far I've tested positive for antibodies:
Anaplasma, aka HGA Reactive/Exposure to 9 bands of Lyme
I did "negative" on the two-tier CDC Western Blot tests and I was "negative" on the C6, so far.
I did test "abnormal" for two neurological tests commonly seen in late stage neurborelliosis and other nervous system disorders:
Tilt table test - abnormal EKG nerve function - abnormal Awaiting leg biopsy results
The failure of the two tests above along with tick-born Anaplasma infection suggests neurolyme with demylinating neuropathy.
I'm responding very well to a tetracycline & a azithromycin combination therapy (best I have felt in years 3 wks in), low dose, and am 90% sure I had herx reactions the first few weeks, which further confirms an infectious disease such as Lyme.
I'm seeking an LLMD in NYC who can serve as my front-line doctor to assist my Neurologist and for further co-infection testing that we may have missed, he is not well versed in co-infections.
Anyone reading this who would like a Neurolyme MD, can message me and I'll pass along his info.
Thank you and I'm so happy to finally have clues to my 10 years of strange and increasing symptoms.
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We do not recommend doctors. We simply provide more options for patients to get the best treatment possible. A Doctor/ Patient relationship is unique. One must choose carefully. I suggest you connect with your area's Lyme Support Group to get patient feedback from your area's LLMD'S successes;
You need to be evaluated and treated by a Lyme-literate doctor (LLMD). Non LLMDs have no clue about this horrible disease or its complex treatment!
A LLMD is one who has treated Lyme disease and the co-infections which come with it for many years and has gotten patients well. A good one will follow Dr. B's Guidelines, the "gold standard" for Lyme treatment.