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Chris55
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I see Dr C but I wanted to know if there is a more agressive Lyme Dr within travelling distance of Fayetteville AR. Have been on abx since July have motor neuron symptoms that won't go away, On IV claforin at present. Neurologist says I have ALS
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How long have you been seeing Dr C? Have you had any tests for mycoplasma? Done any coinfection testing? Any testing for viruses?

Have you seen the movie Under Our Skin or read about Dr Martz's recovery?

http://www.dreamdoctor.com/radio/battle.shtml

47% of cases of ALS are due to Borrelia. So it's a big cr*p shoot. Of course, everything in medicine is about beating the odds.

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Hi, I have been seeing him since July 08. He did an Igenex WB and tests for hormones and other things but not for coinfections or viruses.

I haven't seen but the trailer for Under your skin, and I have seen the recovery of the Dr from ALS, which I feel like showing to the neuro guy. The neurologist had no knowledge of how Lyme can do what it does to the nervous system nor of how it is treated, no surprise really.
I am thinking of going on a natural protocol for a while with Carnivora and other recommended supplements.

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