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Laura_W
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As I know from reading from many of the posts, many of you also have eye problems from Lyme. I also do. Busy pages, small print, and especially type that doesn't have space between the lines are difficult to read... I can manage for awhile.... but as I am new to Lyme, I am trying to learn as much as I can.

I am finding it difficult to read a lot of the links to different information. I can only manage for a short time before i have to stop. And for me that's really frustrating... I used to be a complete book worm!!

Anyway, i was hoping that those of you with eye difficulties could share a few tricks to the trade.... what have you done to make things easier?

There is a ton of information out there to read, and I want to be well informed... especially before I go to see an LLMD (no appt set yet) and you guys are great, but I don't want to be always asking questions that I should have already known had I done my own reading.

Suggestions?

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10/10 EIA 1.4+, 41 (IGG), 23 (IGM)
Bitten over 20 years ago.
Currently not treating, looking for a Dr who will work with my insurance lol.

More muscular, cognitive, nerve issues than joints. Facial droop and blurred vision.

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