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mmbl
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I get a lot of mouth and nose sores. Can this be related to the Lyme?
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glm1111
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I have/had them. They are parasites/worms. Check out www.lymephotos.com Lyme disease has a MAJOR parasite/worm connection.


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PARASITES/WORMS ARE NOW
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I get these ocassionally. Not sure if I beleive they are parasites. My LLMD has never mentioned parasites to me and he has researched LD for 30 years.

People with lupus get them also and many of our symptoms mirror lupus symptoms.

Also, I wonder if its possibly due to the amount of medications we take. Or something to do with our body trying to detox.

Not saying that parasites aren't a possibility!

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It seems that most LLMDs are not aware that over 90% of the population has parasites. They are regular doctors and their training does not include a significant amount on parasitology.


The only LLMDs that seem to be aware of this are the ones that follow Dr. K and do energy testing. Lyme can be misdiagnosed as lupus.

I noticed several posters on here who did not believe they had parasites but decided to treat for them anyway. They got very surprising results when these pathogens started to exit.

Considering the possibility and taking antiparasitics could be a significant step to recovery with Lyme disease,

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I get a strange nose sore and a puffiness under one eye. One LLMD told me that it was yeast.

You may want to be swabbed and let your doc examine via microscope to deterine whether or not it is yeast related.

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