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LSG Scott
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if you were getting lyme back from your girlfriend what would you do?

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map1131
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For years and years I've suspected this was happening with myself/spouse. He had Lyme 2 times and he was one of the lucky ones. 6 weeks of abx and he's great.

But in the last couple years I've gotten my immune system in better shape and I no longer feel that's happening with Lyme.

He is a carrier of live ticks though. He actually carries them into the house where they are anxiously waiting for their fav meal. Me!

But I'm married to a butcher. A butcher that has a strong immune system and healthy. But he is a carrier of many other bacteria.

I've been fighting staph & strep with Rife machine for last 18 mths. I believe he is the carrier. So he doesn't know, but I've started rifing him also in the evening while we are watching TV.

I know of another Lyme & co person that is married to a butcher and she too believes her spouse has something to do with her struggles.

Blame it on the butcher! lol

Pam

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Difficult question.

I guess you need to ask her to take some herbs or do some treatment too?

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I would have protected sex every time and also suggest that we both get treated, if we feel that we need it.
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LSG Scott
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Yes Lyme wrecks everything, yes relationships too.
good luck kids.

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