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I live in rural VA. Last week I noticed a bullseye rash on my arm. I went to my GP and was given Doxy for suspected/possible Lyme. I am currently on a 3 week regimen.

The only symptoms I noticed different from my usual symptoms (I live with spinal cord injury and quadriplegia) was exhaustion the week before I found the rash. Needed lots of naps and sleeping in.

Having a spinal cord injury and paralysis complicates my situation since I already have many symptoms shared with Lyme (fatigue, chronic pain, neurological issues, fibro, joint/muscle pain, etc.)

My concern is that I can’t be sure if I have recovered from Lyme (if I even have it in the first place) after this doxy treatment is over since I can’t distinguish the symptoms. I have not had any testing done and I would like to find an LLMD in Virginia, preferably Charlottesville.

Thank you in advance for your assistance!

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Welcome to Lyment Dizzie

So very sorry to hear about your health struggles, you are an inspiration to many.

Here is a symptom list for Lyme;

Here is how to treat a recent tick bite;

I commend you for being your own healthcare advocate. You are right in wanting to find a LLMD. You cannot waste any time with this stealth infection. Most LLMD'S will utilize state-of-the-art laboratories that specialize in Vector Borne Infections. When caught in its early stages, Lyme can be effectively elimatated from the body.

You can request a LLMD through Global Lyme Alliance here;

We are here for you to answer any questions you may have.
Healing wishes. I will send you a private message.

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