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amyleland
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Hello, I tested positive for 4 bands with the western blot, enough to qualify for treatment by some standards but not my doctor's so I am looking for a LLMD.
I live in Wausau, WI (54401) but could travel to MN or possibly other nearby states.
I've been having problems for years, my test was a year ago and I just can't accept not being treated, things are getting worse.
I would so appreciate any help!
Thanks
Amy

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bettyg
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welcome amy; glad you found us. you've got an outstanding support group in your state, and when i send you info on llmds, please be sure to contact NP40, mike, to be placed on his mailing list for wisc. lyme activisms/news!!


sending you wisc. llmds in private message; found in my profile!


WELCOME, would you like a FREE copy of my newbie package of 124 pages info galore sent by LYMENET'S PRIVATE MESSAGE system here; includes TREEPATROL'S LINK of his archive of over 1000 links of good lyme info?


I've been completely REORGANIZING it; NOT DONE YET; but up to page 60 since I have now created a TABLE OF CONTENTS WITHOUT PAGE NUMBERS since it changes DAILY! The part NOT organized yet is the last 30 pages of SSDI, ss disability insurance benefits tips/forms!


also, please go to TREEPATROL'S NEWBIE INFO IN MEDICAL; at top being features; mark it as a favorite! over 1000 links of good lyme info. He/I have some duplicates.


most of mine is very DETAILED info on certain things: SSDI/ss diability insurance benefits; FINANCIAL BURDENS; about IGENEX blood testing, symptoms lists for the basic types, NOIR/no infrared SUNGLASSES, etc. and how to use this board!


If you would like my newbie package, please send me a PRIVATE MESSAGE. PMs are the 2 people standing together icon to right of your name. Just ask me to send you lyme package, and I'll get it to you promptly. Thank you!
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we recommend 6-12 WEEKS of doxycycline antibiotics; 2 months symptom FREE before stopping antibiotics.


400 mg daily; 200 mg am/pm each 12 hrs. apart!
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so glad you found dr. burrascano's 05 lyme guidelines!


call your dr. and DEMAND MORE! you are now in the LYME WAR CONTROVERSY ... another thing you didn't ask for!


please see BELOW LINK about ACTION ALERTS....CALLING 4 WASH. DC PHONE NOS. GIVING THEM YOUR FULL NAME/COMPLETE MAILING ADDRESS AND TO "PUT LYME DISEASE ON THEIR AGENDA!"!!!!

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=8;t=001271

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short/sweet version is this:


IDSA, infectious disease society of america, are infectious drs. who:

.. do NOT believe in CHRONIC LYME;

.. treat from 1 day to 3 weeks MAX ANTITIOBICS, AND YOU ARE "CURED"! HOG WASH!!


ILADS, intl lyme associated disease society, are our LLMDS, LYME LITERATE MDS, and they:


... believe in chronic lyme AND TREAT US AS LONG AS NECESSARY!!!


... another controversy; various STATE HEALTH DEPTS. FILING CHARGES on our llmds for treating antibiotics longer than 4 weeks!!!


example: see activism; read about DR. CHARLES RAY JONES, KIDS NO. 1 LLMD IN CONN! starting his 3rd year of charges trying to take away his license!!!

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Also, if you are needing a LLMD, LYME LITERATE MD, please post on board in SEEKING DR. forum. Go to FORUM HOME, right corner click, and then chose seeking dr.


We ask that ALL members post in seeking dr. and START THEIR OWN ``NEW'' POSTS vs. adding on to someone else's because we can NOT keep track of who has been answered and who NEEDS to be replied to ok!

Many of you have been sending me a private message asking for llmd names and have NOT posted on the board. I require you to post online because when you show the state and largest cities nearest you; others from YOUR STATE WILL JUMP IN and give you the MOST CURRENT info that they have.


We have nationwide lists do NOT have most current info! We do what we can, but we depend on members to share all updates, deletions, phone nos. not working or changed, etc. with us. Then we let the others know promptly who have lists!

So thank you for starting YOUR OWN POST in seeking dr! We/I will help you as much as possible over there!  Betty
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When you post or reply, please break up your solid, continuous block text [Smile]


welcome to the board! many of us have neuro lyme where we can NOT read long solid block text and be able to comprehend and read it as is.


please edit your post by CLICKING PAPER/PENCIL ICON to right of your name. that opens up BOTH subject line and body text.


now please break up your WORDY SENTENCES into one sentence paragraphs. Then hit ENTER KEY ``THREE`` after each paragraph; we need that space for comprehension.


if you are NOT a wordy person, you can do 2 or 3 total ok. do this for your entire post.

NOTE: you do NOT have to use "", just show the name of person you are responding to, and then type your comment.


IF you need to use "", PLEASE DELETE "BOLD" CODES so it's regular type text we read vs. the DARK, HARSH/PAINFUL BOLDING.


specifically, delete the first 4 characters of 2ND LINE of a ""


[QB] just delete these 4 characters, and BOLDING is GONE! my eyes will really appreciate that; it's one very bad side effect of my having lyme for 38.5 years!! xox


then go to left hand corner and mark box to receive ALL REPLIES, and click EDIT SEND


we thank you for helping us; [Wink] otherwise, we will SOB, SCROLL ON BY, since we can't read to help you. If I see posts like this, I SOB them; to hard on me. I'm also in the early stages of losing my eyesight from diabetes retinopathy. [Frown]

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NP40
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Amy, check your private messages, click the icon above your post with the two people. I live near Wausau.
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