Q: What is an LLMD?
An LLMD stands for (lyme literate MD) It is a dr who knows about Lyme Disease, particularly those who have been trained with the ILADS guidelines. LLND stands for Lyme Literate Naturopath
Q: If I have Lyme why did I test negative?
Lyme tests are very inaccurate for several reasons. (Testing times limits, lowered immune system reaction, strains or species that the tests don’t test for)
- Understanding Lyme Tests
- Lyme Tests Flawed
- Dr Brenners Explanation for the Western Blot
- Critical Needs and Gaps in Understanding Prevention, Amelioration, and Resolution of Lyme and Other Tick-Borne Diseases: The Short-Term and Long-Term Outcomes: Workshop Report
Q: What do the bands on the Western Blot Stand For?
Q: What tests are there for Lyme?
Q: What are the symptoms of Lyme?
Q: What does Co Infections mean?
Co infections are other diseases that ticks can pass to you.
- List of Co Infections
- Co Infections Symtpoms List
- Rocky Mountain Spotter Fever
Q: What treatments are there for Lyme Disease?
Sadly there is no one treatment that works for all patients. Some patients will have to be on treatment for a lifetime while others will respond to one of the treatments or a combinations of treatments listed under the following link.
- Treatment Guidelines from ILADS (International Lyme and Associated Disease Association)
- From Dr Burrascano:
Here are the Ilads Lyme Disease Treatment Guidelineshttp://www.ilads.org/files/ILADS_Guidelines.pdf
- Dr Buhner on Recent Tick Bites
Treating Lyme naturally.
- Click Here for List of Lyme Disease Protocols
- Lyme Disease Treatments, Protocols and Healing Aides
Q: What is a herx reaction?
When Am I going to get better?
Each person is different. There is not one definite answer to this question. There is nothing definitive about Lyme and its treatments. You will likely have to try several different treatments to find one that works for you. There is no cure as of yet. But people go into remission. So just keep your hope and keep trying new things until you find “your thing” that works for you. There are several options such as antibiotics, homeopath, rife, hyperbarics, ozone, stem cell, diet changes and many more. It will take a lot of experimenting with different treatments to find what works for you.
Q: Why don’t doctors want to treat Lyme?
Q: Why is Lyme Disease so controversial?
- The Lyme Disease Controversy
- CAMP A and CAMP B
The Lyme Disease Controversy
- Plum Island, Lyme Disease And Operation Paperclip – A Deadly Triangle
- Why Doctors Can’t Acknowledge, Treat, or Cure Chronic Lyme
- What Chronic Disease Have You Been Labeled With?
- What is the real reason why the mycoplasma and lyme epidemics are being covered up?
- Watch Jesse Ventura’s youtube videos on ”The Conspiracy Theory on Plum Island”
Q: How Do I properly remove a tick?
- How to remove a tick
- Tick Removal Charts and Pictures
- Where do I send the tick I pulled off for testing?
Q: How quickly does it take for Lyme to be transmitted? My doctor told me the tick had to be attached for up to 72 hours.
Not true: Transmission can happen quicker.
- HARD SCIENCE ON LYME: Ticks can transmit infection the first day.
- Clinical evidence for rapid transmission of Lyme disease following a tickbite.
- The Debate about how quickly Lyme disease is transmitted.
Good Lyme Blog
For help with Lyme testing or med costs please visit the following link.
Q. What do these abbreviations mean?
ART= Autonomic Response Testing
bart = bartonella
Bb= Borrelia burgdorferi
BBB= blood brain barrier
bid= twice a day
bpm= beats per minute
CBC= complete blood count
CNS= central nervous system
co’s= co infections
CO= cannabis oil, sometimes coconut oil
duck= quack doctor
ELISA= enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay
EM= erythema migrans
HBO= Hyperbaric Oxygen therapy
HBOT= Hyperbaric Oxygen therapy
herx= herxheimer reaction
IC= Interstitial Cystitis
ID= infectious disease
IgE= Immunoglobulin E
IgG= Immunoglobulin G
IgM= Immunoglobulin M
LLMD= Lyme Literate Medical Doctor
OCD= obsessive compulsive disorder
PA= physician assistant
PCR= polymerase chain reaction
POTS= postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome
prn= as needed
RIFE= electro-conducted frequency machine therapy
RMSF= Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
sc= subcutaneous (under skin)
SPECT Scan= Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography
TBD= Tick Bourne Disease
TBI= tick borne illness
tid= three times a day
UTI= urinary tract infection
WB= western blot
These groups are run by patient and you can post your questions and get feedback.
- Support Groups by State
- Lyme Questions
A Facebook group where you can privately post Lyme questions without your family and friends seeing them.
- 24/7 Lyme Hotline
A support group on Facebook run by Lyme patients.