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morningsonshine
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Anyone getting better, or know someone who has gotten better?
Do those who improve leave, so we don't know?

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AZURE WISH
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Yes I have seen many people over the years come and go....

Most the time when people go its because they got better have their life back and have things to do.

You can get well wit the proper treatment.

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AZURE WISH
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I pushed two sucess story links to the top one in general and one in medical.

Best wishes

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morningsonshine
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thank you Azure,
Best of wishes to you!

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Hi Morningsunshine!!

I think that azure wish is right..once people start to feel better they might not visit lymenet as much as they used to..

When I was very sick, I was on lymenet morning, noon and night..Since I stopped my abx at the end of last September, I don't come to the website as much..I am starting to piece my life back together..

But I just wanted to tell you to check out the success story link..I found a lot of hope reading about others who beat lyme..It took me 16 months of abx and one year of complete disability, but I am back to 100%..

I am thankful for this website and the people who use it..this place was and will always be a "lifeline" to me..

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hey morningsunshine

Jay-AKA-groovy2- got better
here is his story of how he did it over in medical:

http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=043518

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people do get better. 3 wks of abx following a rash and its as if they had a summer flu -- all gone. some without treatment get well -- or appear to be well.

Others linger in a no man's land. is it active lyme? or is it post-lyme illness that has been triggered by the tick-borne disease in the first place.

Until there is a test to measure the disease, and therefore measure the value of the treatment -- it's hard to answer.

i have heard some say -they got their lives back after being debilitated. others say, they will never be the same.

i can only believe, each of us can fight our way through and be well. Continue to be involved with your family's care. It's the only way.

all the best - be well.

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morningsonshine
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Hi all,
Thanks for your encouragement. I haven't been here for about a week, so was surprised to see my post back up.

Starting second week with abx, going better than first week. Close to being on my full dose.

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