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deepdig
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If you had to boil it all down...what are the things that have helped you Daily gain some ground in this horrific battle..beyond medication?


What would your Survival Kit Include?




MRI yesterday...LP tomorrow...Deja Vu ..did this 12 years ago

sent GENX blood samples Today...30 days to first LLMD visit.Thanks to Lyme Net members!

25+ Tic bites.12 years of symptoms..2 weeks post doxy..Cervical spine swelling feels nothing less than a hatchet burried in my spine..tach..Panic attacks..blurred vision..hanging on to walls..Brain Fog.. vertigo..drooping shoulder..

Most Recent Duck COMMENT ..Top notch Infectious Disease...
"The three tics you removed at the end of March this year including the one that left a walnut size granuloma...could not have had Lyme or infectious disease because they were in the NYMPH Stage."


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cantgiveupyet
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My cat who keeps me warm and sticks by me.

my heating pads and patches.

Positive attitude.

music

major league baseball

a good dr that believes in lyme with a supportive positive attitude.

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"Say it straight simple and with a smile."

"Thus the task is, not so much to see what no one has seen yet,
But to think what nobody has thought yet, About what everybody sees."

-Schopenhauer

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AZURE WISH
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Great llmd

good probotics

Supportive family including my cat

trying to keep my art in my life in some form

hope

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Group for artists. All media welcome:
http://www.lymefriends.com/group/creativecorner


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my pc; have to stay in touch with my LYMENET FAMILY and talking daily to you all....

my dear hubby

my flowers so I can make cut flower arrangements for my nursing home friends

my radio or cd player

these are a few of what I'd want to have with me...

good luck to you!
Bettyg

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hatsnscarfs
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A positive attitude
Making priorities
Allowing myself to do much less
Friends who called to check up on me
A comfy sofa and lots of pillows
Organic vegetable delivery service
Bathtub & epsom salts
Podipatches
Hat, scarf, dark glasses
Getting info on LymeNet
Helping others on LymeNet

hatsnscarfs

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Andie333
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A sense of humor and the ability to laugh at myself
A good cat, a faithful dog, wonderful friends and a truly amazing partner
work, even part time, which takes me out of myself
foot detox patches
Lyme oil
My acupuncturist
My llmd
This board and the understanding people here
probiotics
Letting myself stop when it's time to stop

[Big Grin]

Andie

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iceskater
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my cats
friends on the lyme board
podi patches
prayers that the new LLMD can save my eyesight
my computer to reach all my net friends that I am not alone in the world
epsom salts baths
hot tea
sudoku puzzles so that I dont succumb to lyme brain or go crazy on sleepless nights
faith that I still can help others
pain pills to fight the agony That I always am in
Phospho col, probiotics and other supplements to fight and stay strong
ativan for the neurological problems so I can cope with the neuropathies
music
game shows
sunshine
peoples smiles
kind hearts
more faith and maybe an occasional night that I can sleep.
More love to my kitties and always devotion back from them.
Tons of thanks and love to people here to keep me going.

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char
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-some comfy pj's (different weights in case you heat up or get cold)

-phone by bed with updated list of friend's and family phone numbers to capitalize on good stretch.

-Netflicks: for a monthly fee, get 3 DVD's in mail at time. No going out to video store.

-some good books if you are up to reading

-water bottles and snacks for bedside. Tylenol etc. right there.

-I needed gloves for cold hands, but hopefully you won't have that problem!

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