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t9im
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In reading the article about Dan Patrick, the sportscaster I wouldn't be surprised if his "polymyalgia rheumatica" is an underlying borrelia infection.

https://patch.com/connecticut/milford/milfords-dan-patrick-describes-excruciating-health-battle

Joint pain, bone pain, memory loss. I bet he has other borrelia symptoms as well and his "Lyme" test was negative so MD's have ruled it out.

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I think you are right. I was diagnosed with polymyalgia rheumatica, too. Along with lots of other diseases, syndromes and such before I finally got help.

I would hope lots of people in CT are bringing Lyme disease to his attention after this publicity.

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He is in Milford, CT and is maybe 3 miles from Dr. K's office. I'm going to bring him Dr. B's guidelines (probably not till next week). Maybe Pam's book as well but if he has brain fog it will have to be someone else reading it for him.

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I thought the same thing when I read his story. So sad that to this day even in NE, ignorance prevails.

Pam

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I know it was ruled out for me in 1980 .. fast forward 20 years when I was finally dxd with Lyme.

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