Monday, September 1, 2014

Resources For Lyme

Disclaimer:  I am not giving medical advice on this blog.  I am not a M.D. nor am I an expert in Lyme Disease or Chronic Lyme.  This information is simply a response to many requests to share MY STORY related to my experience with Lyme disease.  Please see a doctor for medical advice and more importantly, read as much as you can to form your own opinion about Lyme and Lyme treatment.  Be your own health advocate...go with your gut instinct...and never give up.

The following is a list of resources I have personally found useful.  Hopefully anyone struggling with Lyme or anyone who is a caregiver of someone with Lyme will find these helpful.

1.  Advanced Topics in Lyme Disease A must read!  **See page 9, 10, and 11 for a detailed symptom checklist.


3.  The Lyme Disease Solution- book by Dr. Kenneth B. Singleton

4.  Recipes for Repair: A Lyme Disease Cookbook- by Gail Piazza and Laura Piazza

5.  Lyme Disease Association

6.  Harford Lyme Advocates- A support group that meets once a month in Harford County

7. National Capital Lyme and Tick Borne Disease Association- The National Capital Lyme Disease Association is an all volunteer not-for-profit organization that is committed to helping patients diagnosed with tick-borne illnesses.

8.  International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society-  ILADS promotes understanding of Lyme and its associated diseases and strongly supports physicians and other health care professionals dedicated to advancing the standard of care for Lyme and its associated diseases.

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