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marie
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any newer success stories. Can we also get updated lists of current doctors for each state. Some states don't have support groups.
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I second that motion.
Here's my success story:
I got Lyme disease in 1987 and I am still here!

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Ann-Ohio
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I love it when people come back here to tell us they are doing well and how their lives or that of a loved one have improved.

Maybe we should encourage that more.

Scrolling through all the posted success stories isn't an easy read. Though I love to see them.

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I was one of the first to get Lyme Disease, in 1970. I pulled about 50 ticks off the dog every day that summer. For years my only symptom was slowly increasing fatigue.

Finally, an integrative MD recognized Lyme disease and I started treatment in 2006. It was in the nick of time, because I was quickly going downhill at that time.

About a year and a half ago, I added Rife (Doug Coil) to my arsenal. It's been a boost, because there was a buildup of infections resistant to the various antibiotics I had been on through the years. I had plateaued.

A good rife machine is effective. Borellia and Bartonella and other coinfections do not have a resistance to the frequencies, nor do they build up a resistance to them.

I'm still taking plenty of meds and supplements, but have been dropping some when I no longer need them. My LLMD is very thorough, and wants me to stay on a medication until it's clearly not needed.

I'm sleeping better, don't usually feel tired until late afternoon and am busy all day. My thinking is as clear as it's going to be. My mood is generally good.

I actually have been feeling modest surges of energy, so have added extra projects to my day (organizing my closet and pantry are current projects).

This is an "in progress" report and obviously I'm not "healed" but am on the right track.

One issue I'm going to focus on is breaking down the biofilm. I think that's key to finally getting various infections under control, especially borellia itself.

Realistically, I'm hoping to be back later with a report of needing maintenance only.

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Thanks, Daisys! so glad you are doing well.

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Tryal - one of the 6% cured of LD
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There is a survey by the big line organization that shows that 6% of all chronic lyme victims got fully recovered. I am one of those 6%.
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YAY! Tryal ! I am one of those chronic Lyme disease recoverers, too!

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