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Do You Have Lyme Disease?
LymeDisease.org provides a symptom checklist to assist in the diagnosis of Lyme disease. The checklist helps people document exposure to Lyme disease and provides a print out that people can share with their physicians….
Anyone who works or plays outdoors is at risk. Outdoor workers, gardeners, campers, hikers, people who hunt or fish, golfers who stray into the rough, people who live in the city but go for a picnic in a park are all at risk. The list is endless….
Lyme and associated tick-borne diseases (TBD) present complicated challenges for patients. LymeDisease.org screens a wealth of information and presents these selected sources in the Patient Resource Guide….
Knowing the infectious agents in your tick increases the likelihood of proper treatment. You need to find out four things: what tick you have, what pathogen(s) to test for, what type of test to request, and what lab to use….
Without reliable lab tests, clinical symptoms remain the most relevant indicators of Lyme disease. If Lyme disease is not diagnosed and treated early, the infection may persist and become Chronic Lyme disease (CLD)…
The patient denied treatment for Lyme disease often finds oneself in an adversarial system. Your tactics must be those of negotiation. This guide helps you understand the tactics to use to manage the journey through Lyme disease treatment …
MyLymeData is a way for thousands of Lyme patients to contribute information about their Lyme disease experience. When massive amounts of information from patients with Lyme disease are gathered and analyzed, researchers begin to see patterns that help find solutions….
Information every family needs to know. This publication was made possible by a grant from the South High Marathon Dance, with additional assistance from the Post Star, The Saratogian, and The Chronicle….