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Please remember that Lyme/MSIDS is infectious and many of the symptoms are from either the active infection or the immune system’s response to the infection or dead debris.
If you are actively infected, you need antimicrobials. ALL of my symptoms have been related to an active infection that antimicrobials took care of. Of course we are all different but I can’t emphasize the importance of good antimicrobial treatment. BTW: treatment is often in the YEARS, not months or days.
For an example of good treatment: https://madisonarealymesupportgroup.com/2016/02/13/lyme-disease-treatment/
There is a video in the link at the top of the article of Jane Barrows, founder of Newport Rhode Island Lyme Support Group sharing how she recovered with ACT. Other narratives include arthritis, chronic fatigue, and Anxiety/panic attacks.
It’s very true that Lyme/MSIDS is one of the most complex illnesses known to man and is hardly straight forward. Much depends upon what you are infected with and how your immune system handles it. For many there is a cognitive/psychological component that should never be underestimated. I present information such as ACT in the hopes that some will be helped. It may not work for you, however. Do your own homework. And as always, please discuss all treatments with your medical practitioner.