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Lyme Disease: The Slow, Subtle Knockdown

Bridget Hylak

Jun 25, 2020 

Early symptoms of Lyme and tick-borne illness should not be ignored

It started innocently enough — maybe I had the flu, maybe all the joint pain was age-related, maybe the drenched bed sheets, the severe hot and cold flashes were menopause.

My life was busy, my kids were in high school, I work full time in public and on a computer, and I had a lot to do.

So I put it off.

Then, the more insidious symptoms started. Anxiety, panic attacks, food allergies…. (See link for article)

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**Comment**

Unfortunately, this story is played out by thousands of patients. They notice symptoms but put them off until they become undeniable and unbearable.

Everyone knows that prompt treatment is key – yet we rarely get it.

The “wait and see” approach has failed for 40 years.  Spread the word.