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Twistar
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In Central NJ, considering Dr. E (he) and Dr. G. Dr. Both are relatively close. The other Dr. E (she) and Dr. S are also mentioned, but not sure about recommendation.

Any info is appreciated. Thanks.

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cordor
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I go to the Dr. E (he). Very wonderful man.
I also have heard some positive things re: the other Dr. E (she)
Don't know who Dr. S is.
Is Dr. G. also a rheumetologist, besides lyme doc?

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Twistar
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Dr. G is a rheumo...
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If you mean Dr. S on Route 9, I recommend him. He's done well for us and our family. We travel over an hour to see him.

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Monica
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Had a very disappointing visit with Dr. G 9 1/2 years ago. Wouldn't recommend her.

Dr. S. nearly killed me.

Have heard good things about Dr. E (he).

I see Dr. E (she).

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Hi! I drive through NJ from PA to see Dr. M in NYC, seems to be as close to the 'Dr. B" experience as I can find. Good luck in your search.
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Mathias
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I see Dr. E (he) and cannot recommend him highly enough.

I have heard great things about Dr. E (she), she has helped a lot of people.

I don't think you can go wrong either way.

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I've heard nothing but fantastic things from everyone that I've heard of who has gone to Dr. E (female). She herself had Lyme Disease, so I'm sure that she could lend a shoulder and an ear.

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My hubby is seeing Dr. E (he) and we really feel that he knows his stuff.
However, I would love to hear from anyone that's felt that they are better on his protocol.
So far, we've seen little progress (but it has only been a few months).
Just looking for some HOPE.

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Mathias
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I went from 40% to 95% on his protocols. 3 1/2 years and counting, the progress has been slow but steady with few setbacks. I would have preferred a quicker fix but I'm not sure it exists.

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I've heard many recommmendations for Dr. E in Flemington NJ.

Can someone give specifics?

What did you like about him? Not like? Etc...

I was seeing Dr. G in Basking Ridge, NJ but did not care for her style and she was very $$$.

Thanks for any replies.

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Twistar
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It appears people have good feedback on both Dr. E (he and she). Dr. G is mixed. And Dr. S is in central NJ, near the shore.
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Mathias
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Dr. E will be less expensive than Dr. G.

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I am currently taking my daughter to Dr. E in Jackson, but am not sure about the use/non-use of antibiotics. Dr. E (in Flemington, apparently?) has been mentioned here also.....can anyone give me an idea of what kinds of "protocols" they have experienced with either of these docs? I guess I'm feeling that my daughter really needs agressive antibiotics, but maybe I just haven't been in this battle long enough......
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Dr. E's patients (she) get well. And I am one of many. She treats the whole package - antibiotics alone will not 'cure' someone who's had this for a long time.

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