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Mrs.Lyme
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Does anyone know if Dr. J does telephone or online consultations. My grandson in AZ has been sick with recurring fevers, headaches, stomachaches, extreme fatigue, joint pains , anemia for months now. He was in CT last summer and again in Nov.

His pediatrician out here did a Lyme test( upon request of my daughter in law) back in early February and, of course, it was negative.

He has missed so much school ( even before the recent closures) and is miserable.

The pediatrician sent him to a pedi cardiologist to rule out anything there ( all fine) and he even suggested Lyme before he noted the negative test. Anyway, just wondering if checking with Dr. Jones might be an option. Thanks.

(breaking up the paragraph for easier reading for many, also editing out last name of LLMD per Lymenet T&C)

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I don't know.

You might connect with the AZ Lyme Support Groups to see if they know anything or have any suggestions:

http://whatislyme.com/lyme-in-arizona/

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