Who says you can’t catch Lyme disease in Mississippi?
Mississippi Clarion Ledger, April 19, 2019:
by Brian Broom
When Keith Bradshaw of Bolton recently told his story to the Clarion Ledger about contracting Lyme disease in Mississippi and his struggle to get proper care, it caught the interest of readers and others suffering from the disease.
Bradshaw said he was bitten by 10 to 15 small ticks in the fall of 2015 while cutting a food plot for deer. Within a few months he became so ill he thought he was dying. He was treated for anxiety and depression.
After three years of his eyes being sensitive to light, loss of balance, loss of hearing and confusion, along with facial, foot and hand numbness, Bradshaw knew anxiety and depression were not the causes. After researching his symptoms, he determined he had Lyme disease and a Western Blot test confirmed it. READ MORE.