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maps
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go and talk to your vet.

Had to take my dog in this week and still had the lyme sticker on my purse from "the wall of hope" we did in Canada.

He asked me if i had lyme disease and then went on to tell me all the patients he had with lyme disease (dogs of course). He knew all about the joint pains and neurological stuff and the co-infections. Maybe we should be looking for vets to treat us:)

Anyway feelt so sorry for the dogs.

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1999 CFS, 2002 CMV Myco pneumonia
1 year antibiotics on and off
2002 EBV, 2009 Positive Igenex Borellia and Babesia, Brain mri severe white matter disease
Monoclonal Gammopathy. On and off antibiotics since sept. March 9 started iv antibiotics

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maps, please add ... talk to your vet in subject line by clicking on pencil to open up subject line and being very specific.

we thank you [Smile] hugs

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That is just too funny! I love the thought!
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Hi maps,

Isn't that sad that your dog's Dr knows so much more about lyme than other Dr's?

I am not surprised.

Hope you are doing better.

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The fibromyalgia I've had for 32 years was an undiagnosed Lyme symptom.

"For I know the plans I have for you", declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future". -Jeremiah 29:11

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Vets have to know more than a people doctor.

Not only lots of different animals,but their patients cant tell them were it hurts,or how they feel.

Vets are real cool doctors.

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I wish I was a dog!
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it is so funny, wish i had been a dog ten years ago, just think where i would be now, hmm, now thats kind of silly - i mean once diagnosed i became human again [hi]

Hi dekrator48: well i think i have been pretty supid lately, when i was on the clarithomysyn it got to the point i could not eat, everything i made i was just look at and want to puke

then i started the new azith and something else and it seemed to improve a little but i have been so out of it and soooo sick.

yesterday i was at the health food store to pick up some more vitament d and lucked out with a great helper, she made me out a list of items i should get when i was ready. one of them was intensive probiotic.

anyway decided to get the intensive probiotice, not of course that i thought there was anything wrong with my stomach (i am such a spaze).

you take it once a day for seven days and i took some last night and wow what a difference this morning my body is so much more quite.

still really sick but how come i did not even connect the dots that i had a huge yeast problem.

have been taking natural factors 10 billion four times a day but she told me that make is not that great, even though i buy them there.

even with sleeping pills can only sleep for an hour or so no difference for me right now between day and night. Maybe if i get this under control i can get some sleep.

Hope you are keeping well have not really been hanging around on the computer too much lately. will have to catch up.

regards

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1999 CFS, 2002 CMV Myco pneumonia
1 year antibiotics on and off
2002 EBV, 2009 Positive Igenex Borellia and Babesia, Brain mri severe white matter disease
Monoclonal Gammopathy. On and off antibiotics since sept. March 9 started iv antibiotics

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maps,

I am glad you are feeling better with the good probiotics.

My probiotics have 50 billion cultures and I take 4 daily....Ultimate Flora Critical Care.

Some others here take probiotics with even more cultures.

They are a critical part of our treatment.

Perhaps with babesia treatment, your sleep will improve.

They key for improved sleep for me was hormone testing and bioidentical hormones. Sublingual melatonin also helps me.

Yes, we will have to catch up sometime when you get a chance.

Take care!

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"For I know the plans I have for you", declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future". -Jeremiah 29:11

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Vets are realists.

Lyme illiterate docs are NOT !

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