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Whether you’re wondering if you have Lyme disease, newly diagnosed, or chronically ill, there’s something here for you.
This is one of a series of guest blogs by people who have enrolled in MyLymeData.
Answers to the most commonly-asked questions
Most cases of late Lyme are not diagnosed right off the bat.
Interactions are common and often not well known.
Lyme patients are prone to problems with yeast.
ILADS and IDSA guidelines reflect deeply divided opinions.
To help combat the complications of antibiotics in the treatment of Lyme disease, many people turn to probiotics.
Patients know the difference between “normal tired” and “too tired to breathe”
CLDN developed an infographic to help you understand the impact Lyme disease has on children’s lives.
Lyme disease can be particularly difficult to identify in children and adolescents.
If Lyme disease is not diagnosed and treated early, it may become late-stage or chronic.
Lyme disease symptoms checklist helps people document exposure to Lyme disease.
ILADS guidelines recognizes the importance of shared medical decision-making between a patient and their physician.
Diagnostic Hints and Treatment Guidelines for Lyme and Other Tick-Borne Illnesses
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