|Parkinson's Disease or Lyme Disease
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|Author:||Cog1st [ Thu Oct 30, 2008 11:40 am ]|
|Post subject:||Parkinson's Disease or Lyme Disease|
Parkinson's Disease or Lyme Disease
If you or anyone you love is diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease, please, please, please - see a Lyme literate Md, have a blood test through IGENEX tick borne specialty lab only ( http://www.igenex.com ). Join a lyme disease forum for patient help with finding a Lyme literate Md and how to get tested.
There are many, many stories about patients misdiagnosed for years with Parkinson's only to find out they had Chronic Lyme Disease.
For more information see the links below and check back often as more will be added as they are discovered.
A message from another forum:
Did you know that Michael J. Fox was diagnosed with lyme disease three years before being diagnosed with Parkinson? Did you know that 4 workers on his movie set were also diagnosed with Parkinson? The movie set was in Conn. - lyme country. My brother in law was diagnosed 20 years ago with Parkinson, 10 years before that he was bitten by a tick while camping. He is starting his research on the correlation between the two! My husband was diagnosed with bipolar, dementia, degeneration of the brain, parkinson, etc. etc. Four months ago he was finally tested for lyme disease tests were positive including spect scan. He has been on antibotics for four months now and doing quite well. Each month he gets better and better. I had to fight tooth and nail for a Doctor to listen to me to no avail. Finally, I took him to see a Lyme Literate Doctor and the rest is history. Just wanted you to know and to take your conditions into your own hands, the Dr.s don't know everything. We are living proof of that.
Links of Interest
http://www.personalconsult.com/articles ... rlyme.html (scroll down beyond intro)
http://www.personalconsult.com/articles ... nsons.html
http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/Ret ... tients.txt (forum conversation re: parkinsons or lyme)
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