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cleo
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Does anyone know of a Lyme Literate Gyn. I am in the NY area.
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Up for cleo!

There is one on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, but I haven't met that LLMD.

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Why does it need to be lyme literate to treat gyn? Our office has midwives who do the gyn and if they find someone with lyme, etc they refer her to me as an NP who does lyme. We are in southeast PA.

There is a gyn in Baltimore who consults with me when she has someone where lyme is involved.

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I understand the desire to have a LL ob/GYn. I'm planning my second child, during lyme treatment and would feel better to have a LL on/gyn, but sorry cleo, I'm in MD, but was wondering about your practice ritarhoads in southeast PA. Is is legite to ask? I just fired my lyme's Dr. for ethical issues. just contact info would help? if that's okay or you feel comfortable to post.
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