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susanschn
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My mother lives in Pensacola, Florida which is much closer to Mobile, Alabama than to South Florida. Are there any LLMDs you can recommend in that area of Alabama or Southern Mississippi? She does not have a Lyme diagnosis, but something is terribly wrong with her since January when she had a tick on her ear for a week. She is getting much worse and has seen many doctors (not LLMD) who have not been able to help her. They did the ink blot test and it was negative and she has no rash so the doctors and she do not think she has Lymes. I am most suspicious that it could be undiagnosed Lymes. Please help me find a good doctor who can treat her soon.

She fainted and fell flat on her face. The cause was not a stroke. She cannot move her legs or walk and one arm is so sore she can hardly use it. She has extreme back and hip pain and is hurting all over. She moans and groans in her sleep and cries when she is awake. She has had a stiff neck that gets a little better but has never gone away since the tick incident. She is not thinking too clearly. She is 78 years old.

Please help me to help her.

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Abxnomore
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Hi Susan,

I've sent you the lists for AL, MS and GA and the corresponding local support groups.

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Bless her heart. I feel her pain. I know her pain.

The sooner you can get her in the sooner she will

get rid of the pain. What is her average body

temp? You need to get copies of all her blood

works. Sometimes there are many clues to say yes it

is Lyme. Even when the tests are neg.

Very important.

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Suspected Lyme 07 Test neg One band migrating in IgG region
unable to identify.Igenex Jan.09IFA titer 1:40 IND
IgM neg pos
31 +++ 34 IND 39 IND 41 IND 83-93 +
DX:Neuroborreliosis

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sending you alabama, miss., and georgia; check your profile for it. [Smile] hugs
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