Are you wrongly diagnosed?

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Have you been diagnosed with for example ME/CFS, MS, Lupus (SLE), RA, ALS, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Fibromyalgia, Hypothyroidism, Crohn’s, IBS, various psychiatric diagnoses (from depression/anxiety to ADHD/ADD, Autism and schizophrenia)?

Check out the connections between all of these illnesses here: http://facesofinvisibleillness.blogspot.com/

The fact is that you might have infections (usually caused by various bacteria, and sometimes by viruses), causing unbearable symptoms, that you’ll only get symptom relieving medications for,  instead of antibiotics that would go to the root of the problem so you would have the chance to become healthy instead of taking the wrong kinds of medication the rest of your life ….

Check here for the

Lyme Symptoms List

Co infection Symptom List

The infections can cause inflammation anywhere in the body and thus create problems for organs, joints, neurotransmitters, nerves, bones, etc. Inflammation underlies many diseases.

Lyme spirochetes that enter the brain may cause hundreds of psychiatric diagnoses.

Click Here to See Articles and Studies related to the Psychiatric Manifestations of Lyme

Getting a diagnosis is difficult, especially if you have gone a long time with Lyme disease and coinfections. In this case the bacteria have had time to spread throughout the body, and it is also not easy to get the right diagnosis quickly.

We are part of millions who got the wrong diagnoses. When we got to take more extensive tests abroad or at certain good laboratories, it has been shown that we are suffering from Lyme disease and coinfections. Many who received treatment have improved and feel quite okay, according to studies, only around  6% don’t respond to Lyme disease treatment at the special clinics.

We know that, unfortunately, many who are seriously ill, don’t get the right help because of misdiagnosis. There are also many who haven’t yet gotten any diagnosis, but go in and out of the emergency room with many so-called ”diffuse” but very real symptoms, and are met by unsympathetic doctors. Many are finally driven to desperation.

But there is help available. We’ve gotten better (albeit not completely healthy yet) with the help of long-term antibiotic treatment and other alternative treatments. We now got rid of most of the vilest symptoms, and the wrong medications. The infections may have caused damage to our organs, so some symptoms may never disappear, but it can at least get better. We want to spread info about this to help others in the same situation, preferably before very severe complications have occurred.

Read more:

Depression, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis, Sick Building Syndrome, Bell’s Palsy, learning disability, endometriosis, sensory-neural deafness, low vision, Chronic Soft Tissue Injury and Lyme Disease:

http://facesofinvisibleillness.blogspot.com/2012/09/is-it-really-biotoxin-illness-we-have.html

Distinct Cerebrospinal Fluid Proteomes Differentiate Post-Treatment Lyme Disease from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome:

http://facesofinvisibleillness.blogspot.com/2012/09/cfs-or-post-lyme-treatment.html

Lyme-associated parkinsonism: a neuropathologic case study and review of the literature:

http://facesofinvisibleillness.blogspot.com/2012/09/lyme-associated-parkinsonism.html

Bartonella and other infections found to mimic or maybe cause MS:

http://facesofinvisibleillness.blogspot.com/p/tick-borne-infections_17.html

Fibromyalgia remission with malarone:

http://lymemd.blogspot.se/2009/03/fibromyalgia-remission-with-malarone.html

Paper associating Morgellons with spirochetal lillness (bovine digitalis):

http://www.omicsonline.org/2155-9554/2155-9554-3-140.ph

Second paper finding spirochetes in lesion material of Morgellons sufferers:

http://www.dovepress.com/characterization-and-evolution-of-dermal-filaments-from-patients-with–peer-reviewed-article-CCID

Interview with Microbiologist Marianne Middleveen discussing the latest research. She is researching Morgellons and the one that found the spirochete in Morgellons patients lesions:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cehf/2013/01/20/marianne-middelveen-discusses-new-morgellons-research

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