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It's been a long road. I long, painful, scary, confusing road. 5 years trying to get a diagnosis to answer my numerous mild to serious symptoms. Experienceing symptoms for over a decade. I FINALLY landed upon lymes disease thanks to some helpful mommas on none other than MDC and every single symptom fell into place so perfectly. And wouldn't you know I have a history of multiple tick attachments from childhood. Specialist after specialist, runaround, secondary diagnosis...
Anyone in eastern Wa have experience with lyme? Anyone, anyone?
Searching for an LLMD on the eastern side of WA. More specifically in the Spokane area. Things are getting rather serious, I'm uninsured (don't qualify for anything) and can't have the added travel time and costs to go to Seattle to see a doc. I've gotten as much as I can out of regular docs and specialists while I was insured and won't be going back to any of them. I need a fresh set of eyes and someone open to chronic lyme. I don't have a formal diagnosis but, I...
Quote: Originally Posted by bluebirdmama1 I would love to know the answers too. I think that if the lyme is old and was dormant, it could test low being dormant, but be positive if it flares up. But that is just a theory. Now this may sound really far out, but the other day when I was talking to a naturopath, he told me that lyme has been found in the sprays of chem-trails. And you know I wouldn't be surprised if it was true, I don't want to...
"Let's see how powerful we women really are" Wow. What a wonderful use of our.... "power". Both this and the bra thing have me pictureing 8th graders getting their kicks trying to excite boys. I can't wrap my brain around why some women intentionally want to get zillions of men to associate them with sexual mental images. If you want to play that game with you significant other or girlfriends, sure... it's sort of a funny play on words. But why do some people...
Quote: Originally Posted by kjbrown92 What lab is doing the test? I've been told that the Igenex lab in CA is the ONLY test worth doing for Lyme. And they have a CDC standard for positive/negative and their own as well. I just had it done, and it seemed pretty straightforward the way the osteo explained it to me. With different bands meaning different things. One of the bands even told you whether it was over a year since the infection. Also, are you...
I've had 3 lyme titers done in the last year. In my neck of the woods chronic lyme isn't taken seriously if even believed with massive evidence of acute infection. 2 of the 3 lyme tests came back "elevated". The 3rd just under. I asked the person giving me the results if a person who has never had lyme or a lyme vax could still have the antibodies present. She said no... then I asked if someone could fight off lyme without ANY medication... she said no... then I asked...
Quote: Originally Posted by chezlyryan It only specified children and pets should not drink from the toilet, what about the rest of us? Apparently adults have the green light....?
Quote: Originally Posted by sapphire_chan Dogs have a short enough digestive tract that it might not be a problem. Some toilets in Japan have an open top to use the water that comes in to refill the tank to wash your hands. http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/ny/b...evealed-001822 Very space and water saving. I suppose ok as long as people close the lid before flushing. When you flush, nasty little particles are misted around the immediate area.
Quote: Originally Posted by mama2toomany LOL I can't lock her out of the bathroom.. she uses the toilet by herself.. My 4.5 year old daughter can unlock the gate easily. It's my 17 month old son who remains locked out.
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