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bellajo
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I had been off all antibiotics since May 2012. I had just had the best month physically and felt my treatment was very helpful. (Dr.had me on a heal the gut protocol). Then last week I was flossing and irritated my gums by a crown. It bled quite a bit, but stopped.

I saw the dentist today and it's not infected. Could this cause a relapse, herx? I have had a terrible almost two weeks.

I appreciate your input/ideas/help.

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Have you gargled with warm salt water? I know it is not infected, but it does keep the gums healthy.

I would check with your LLMD in regards to Lyme.

Take care,

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I've had more than one lyme doc tell me that stress can bring lyme back. Even lyme that's been dormant for 10+ years (last doc said any kind of stress, an accident, moving, divorce--anything).

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