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DonnaAnneM
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I am in Waterbury, and my Mom in Milford.

We need a LLMD anywhere around us.
Does anyone have any suggestions?

I am not tested yet, my mom has been and is positive.

Any help is much appreciated,
Donna anne

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welcome donna and mom to the board; glad you found us!


donna, are you under age 20??? makes a difference if you end going to kids llmd or adults? not that many kids llmds....


how long have you/mom been sick?
did you read my questions in the top posts; please answer them here ok!

which test and WHAT LAB showed the positive lyme results?


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DonnaAnneM
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Hello-
No,I am not a youngster. [Smile]

I am 46 and my mom 77 yrs old.

She has probably been infected for a number of years, but knows for sure she was bit a few years back and again last year.

I remember having the rash when I was a teenager, and suspect I could have Lyme from a multitude of assorted symptoms over the years.

My Mom can't read her test results and I havent seen them yet, so I dont know which test was given.

She was given Doxycyline and was on something else last year. I encouraged her to be retested as her fatigue is very intense. This last test of a week or so ago is the one I havent seen yet....

I also do not know yet which lab was used.

I have been able to read two good Lyme books this week by Buhner and Dr. Singleton.

Thanks Everyone,
Donna anne

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bettyg
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donna,

none in those 2 cities, but check your private messages found in my profile or left side under hello.

sending you CONN. LLMDS... [Wink]

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