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Leelee
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Is there a benefit to going to a LL Naturpathic doctor while also being treated by an LLMD?

I think my LLMD is wonderful and I have nothing but the utmost confidence in the care I am receiving. I do not plan on leaving his practice ever, but would a naturpathic doctor look at things from a different angle?

Would it be a good idea to also have a LLNP as part of one's medical team?

The thought has occurred to me in light of my recent tests for parasites, milk, soy, gluten, and eggs.

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I think a naturopath may come from a different angle but it depends on your LLMD.

A naturopath will try to get to the reason WHY you may be suffering from chronic lyme/co-infections and try to work toward getting your body healthy to change the "terrain" so that the bugs will not want to survive in your body.

Does that make sense?

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