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Dea
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I was diagnosed with Lyme Disease last week after 7 months of complaining to my doctor. I have very obvious neurological symptoms that I feel arent being taken seriously (perhaps just from a lack of knowledge on my doctors part) and would like to make sure these symptoms are being taken into account for my treatment. My current treatment is Doxycycline 2x a day. Please help! I want to make sure the neurological part of the disease goes away considering that is the most debilitating (you can live with physical pain, not being able to think clearly is enough to drive any person mad)
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janet thomas
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http://www.lymenet.org/SupportGroups/UnitedStates/Virginia/

Try to stay on the doxy until you can get to a Lyme doc.

I sent you a personal message (PM), click on the flashing envelope.

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janet thomas
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I forgot-you should read this-

http://www.lymediseaseresource.com/BurrGuide2008.pdf

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Sending you a PM.

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Please consider joining your online state group to get help with local resources. The URL below is not your state group but will tell you how to find yours.
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/statenamelyme

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There is a support group in Virginia Beach, VA. Look under "Chapters" at www.natcaplyme.org.

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