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cmc4rme
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Hello Ive had Bells Palsy for 4 years along with brain fog, forgetfulness, fatigue etc. Brain fog and forgetfulness has gotten progressively worst especially as of late. 32years of age
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Sent you some info.

Good for you for asking for a lyme doctor here!

I had a mild bells palsy on both sides of my face for 3 1/2 years. It is called facial drooping, but I didn't know it then. I thought it was menopause and I was going to have to get a face lift so it wouldn't look like I was scowling all the time.

It was much later that I found out I had lyme disease.

The facial drooping just all of a sudden went away one day, long before my lyme diagnosis. I woke up and it was gone. That was wonderful.

So, don't give up on getting rid of yours. Good lyme treatment should do it.

I had undiagnosed lyme disease for at least 10 years before any doctor thought of testing me for it. Still, I got rid of my lyme disease by going to a great doctor.

Next month it will be 7 years since I completed my treatment and I am still symptom-free, enjoying my life. I have the same life I had before lyme disease. Praise God!

The key to getting rid of this horrendous disease is getting to the absolute best doctor you can possibly afford.

You will get your normal brain back!

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