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lizzysmom
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I am seeking an LLMD for a 16 yo and advice for neuropsych eval to find any cognitive deficiencies to come up with academic modifications. She makes it to school 4 out of 5 days on a good week. I would like to start her with a psychiatrist who is experienced with lyme effects/treatment.

The NP who diagnosed her the other day via Igenex does not take insurance, so we wanted to consider another provider, if available. Just started Biaxin & plaq tonight and she has her doing a tonic and tea. The NP is an herbalist. We like her alot but we are not Rockefellers. Thanks.

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Siciliano
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Hi, [hi] Neighbors!! And, WELCOME! We are so happy that you came to us for help.

I have sent you some information, click on the flashing envelope.

We are thinking of you and Lizzy. You have all of our support. [kiss] [group hug]

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PM me if you want to know who I see in NH, similar treatment protocol to the NP that you see

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Have you checked NewHampshireLyme?
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/newhampshirelyme

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SearchinInNH
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I am in a similar situation. I live in New Hampshire and have just been diagnosed with Lyme via a IGeneX lab. I am looking for an MD that treats chronic Lyme.

I am in southern NH near Rt. 3, so doctors in northern Massachusetts would work as well as those in NH.

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Hi, [hi] SearchinInNH and WELCOME to our lyme site. We're glad you came to us for help.

I have sent you a private message (pm), click on the flashing envelope.

Also, check out our great "Medical Questions" forum where you can ask all the questions you might have and our wonderful, knowledgeable members will answer them. Just read some of the threads and you'll see just how informative they are!
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