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kipler
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Hi,

I'm looking for doctors in this area (a hotbed of Lyme disease!) who have some knowledge of the disease and don't just dismiss patients who have a negative blood test. Thanks so much!

Mary

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welcome mary to the board.

i'm going to send my 46 pages newbie links/advise in PM, private messaage,

Please go to SUPPORT GROUPS, left-hand side column by state.
Click on the nearest group leader for advise. Read if they want emails or phone calls per THEIR request
Do NOT email; many are too sick to reply; thanks!


now please tell us about yourself:

is this for yourself or a child; what age?

how long have you been sick?

did you have an imbedded tick? a bulls-eye rash?

symptoms?

have you had testing done: western blot igm and igg blood test by:

igenex in calif; md labs in nj; or stoneybrook in ny ... they are the best USA has!

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PM sent your way.

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ErinP
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Wow! I'm from Haverhill as well. I never knew it was a "hotbed for Lyme" I'm currently looking into finding a LLMD around here as well. It amazes me that there aren't to many in MA- since it's one of the highest states with reported disease.
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My sister lives in Haverhill ( I live in New Jersey) I just e-mailed her and asked her if she knew of any good Lyme docs. Will let you know.

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I have been seeing Dr. P in Amesbury for 6 months. He is knowledgable and personable. He is excellent, in my experience. He is an environmental MD and has many alternative/ holistic treatments to compliment the traditional.

I have been on IV Rocephin for 6 months, Tindamax and now on Mepron and Zithro.

Feel free to PM me.

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