New York TV reporter tells her own Lyme disease story
Nicole Sommavilla first started experiencing bizarre, life-threatening symptoms when she was in college.
It took four years to get properly diagnosed and treated for Lyme disease.
Now a reporter with WSYR-TV in Syracuse, New York, she tells her compelling story here.
4 Min News Video here of Ms. Sommavilla’s story.
Again, we need to keep sharing our stories until authorities listen and change things. Another great example of a person who NEVER saw the tick or rash. With all the people I work with – hardly anybody does, yet they make it sound as if it’s a prerequisite. Please know the percentages seeing the rash very from 27-80% – hardly a sure thing: https://madisonarealymesupportgroup.com/2019/02/22/why-mainstream-lyme-msids-research-remains-in-the-dark-ages/ And in the 1st ever patient group in Lyme, Connecticut, only a quarter had the rash.
Notice how severe this case is. I assure you there are thousands more just like this that never got the proper diagnosis.
Thank God for doctors WHO USE THEIR GOD-GIVEN BRAINS!
For a wonderful 5-part series by NBC NY on Lyme/MSIDS: