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jenn
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Currently living upstate NY, 4 out of my 5 family members have lyme.

I feel we are living at the epic center of ticks here. Also, looking for a warmer climate with less woods and forests. More urban suburb neighborhood and opportunities for the kids (9&11) when they get older.

any advice if you live in NC would be great! what about Lyme in NC? since it seems to be everywherem just looking for an area that isn't infested with deer and the nymphs.

I want to move back to NYC concrete jungle, but can;t afford to [Frown]

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Florence1
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we have it here too........I know a bunch of people in my immediate area with chronic lyme, because our drs are reluctant to test, ackowledge and treat. Dr J's experience here makes drs here frightened to test and treat.
Most of us go out of state.

Just as the man on under our skin did, if i get a white cloth and run it across the yard I will have ticks on it.

Just because we are in the South it is very prevalent here too just under diagnosed.

I am sure Jwall with chime in.

Sorry its not great news but the Ticks are here too.

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Jan 10 Positive Babesia Duncani
Jan 10 Cd57 28
Mar 10 EBV, IgM, IgG
HHV-6 IgG

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