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Transmission to Baby and Lyme Symptoms

Posted October 3, 2014.  If you have Lyme disease and are thinking of getting pregnant or are pregnant or had a baby while you had Lyme disease, you should have your baby tested for borrelia bergdorferi (the Lyme spirochete).  There … Continue reading

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FDA to Regulate Testing for Lyme Disease

Posted July 9, 2014.  Ugh.  Some lawmakers are asking the Obama administration for stricter oversight of laboratory  testing, including those labs which test for Lyme disease.  Of course we want reliable, decent labs out there providing services, but the lab … Continue reading

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MTHFR and Lyme Symptoms

Posted July 6, 2014.  This is sometimes an issue for Lyme disease patients.  Ask your LLMD (Lyme Literate Medical Doctor) about it. The most important thing though is how your body handles gene expression, and that is volitional, i.e. what … Continue reading

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Robot Fights Lyme Disease

Posted July 26, 2013.  Thank goodness for smart people with good ideas! An interesting twist on the war on Lyme disease.   The guys at Virginia Military Institute have come up with a robot that mimics a host in the … Continue reading

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Do It Now and Lyme Symptoms

Posted June 5, 2013.  Here is an article about current shortages of doxycycline.  Doxycycline is often used as a first line of defense against Lyme disease.  My LLMD (Lyme Literate Medical Doctor) friends tell me the situation will grow worse … Continue reading

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