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Tincup
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J from CA posted this earlier, but you REALLY need to pay attention to it, so I am re-posting it here. BIG NEWS!!!

Scientists have found evidence for sexual transmission!!!

You can read about it here and share it with EVERYONE!!!

https://sites.google.com/site/marylandlyme/sexual-transmission/lyme--sexually-transmitted

A big thanks to the world wide team of scientists who pursued this for all of our benefits!

[Big Grin]

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Here is some of the back ground info.

https://sites.google.com/site/marylandlyme/sexual-transmission

Be sure to check out the "sub-pages" at the bottom for more info.

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TC, I brought up a thread from you from 2004 on Lymphocytoma, back in end of December. I was asking for more info if you had some.

I recently was tick bitten again and had this with my nipple for the first time. OMG.

I will copy/paste it here for you. Anything you can add?

http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/1/28138


Pam

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Funny one you are map! This is one way to track me down! HA!

I just finished researching it for you and posted a response on the original post. Also, put some studies on the Maryland Lyme website just for you. Hope it helps.

Now, back to our regularly scheduled program. We were talking about keeping your pants on.

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That is a very scary thought about is going from female to male more often. I would of thought male to female was higher rate.

It doesn't surprise me one bit though. It just didn't make sense how so many spouses were both infected.

Same habitat, camping, hiking, etc. I've never bought the story even when LLMDs were saying, no they don't believe it's sexually transmitted.

I'm just so tired of the lies and the ignorance.

Lord, help us!

Thanks TC for leading me to some reading again.

Man oh man, TC can ruin a sex on Sunday, can't she?

Pam

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Update... and more info...

https://sites.google.com/site/virginialyme/sexual

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