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We've got so many newbie lately, I felt the need to speak up now so the board is working for us all. It's not working for this neuro lymie, me.

Welcome newbies Focus, Carlie, and Carol,

Now I have a big favor to ask of you folks as a neuro lymie, please got back into each of your posts above and break up your long paragraphs into shorter ones and DOUBLE space between EACH of them please.

Then we neuro lymies will be able to read/comprehend your posts/replies.

We really do enjoy being involved giving you our suggestions, experiences, advise, and lending support when you need it.

Please remember to do this on every post and reply.

Also, always have a SPECIFIC topic title about what you'll be discssing. Relationships & lyme was EXCELLENT! We knew at a glance what this is about.

Also, by having this info, we can do a search and have better luck finding this months and years later!

Be sure to print off TREEPATROL'S NEWBIE LINKS in medical, top of 1st page.

Print off Dr. B;s 05 lyme treatment guidelines too, 33-40 pages!

Also, if you chose to use the quotes " ", please delete the BOLD marks [/QB] at the beginning of the 2nd line underneath the poster's nickname, and at the end of the quoted material.

This way it shows up in normal print and NOT continuous bolding which causes SEVERE pain to my extremely sensitive lyme/doxy eyes.

Thank you for understanding and your cooperation.

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