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Hello out there!
I'm seeking a LLMD preferably in the Dallas/Fort Worth area of Texas. But at this point I'm looking for answers and results not convenience.

I'm a 37 yr old female who has been to tooooooo many doctors and diagnosed most recently with "probably MS and chronic migraine disease." I recently had to move back in with my parents, unable to work and for the most part, I live in my bedroom.

I miss my life and have been tested for every other possible disease and exposure out there....except lyme.

I thank you for your guidance, strength and help and hope that you can help me find a path that will give me some sort or relief either mentally or physically.

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There is not a lot in TX. How would going out of state be for you? Have you done much research on Lyme yet?
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I sent you some ideas. There is one decent LLMD in TX.

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Yes, I would go out of state. I have done quite a bit of research on Lyme and I have many many of the symptoms and the doctors have ruled out almost all other autoimmune diseases that fit my myriad of ailments and symptoms. Lyme looks like it could possibly be what is attacking my body---it encompasses ALL of my symptoms.

thanks to all and any other feedback is welcome

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Check the online state Lyme groups at:
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/texaslyme

Maybe they can help you.

Some more resources for you:
www.lyme-aware.org/texas.html
www.txlda.org

www.ilads.org
www.lymediseaseassociation.org

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You could also get Igenex testing (drawn by someone local) and while you are waiting for it to come back you could research the doctors close to you and farther away.
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