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Disorders that may be misdiagnosed Lyme

There are only a few labs in the country that have the ability to test for the vast majority of strains for Lyme disease & Lyme coinfections. Because of that, Lyme often goes undiagnosed & gets misdiagnosed as some of these common disorders...

Lupus Multiple Sclerosis Rheumatoid Arthrisis Fibromyalgia Other joint conditions Autoimmune conditions Anxiety & depression hallucination, paranoia or schizophrenia Acid reflux, nausea, abdominal pain, other digestive issues Hair loss & alopecia Disturbances with the heart's electrical function like arrhythmia, palpitations & chest pain Bells palsy & vocal cord paralysis Alzheimers, Parkinsons, ALS, tremors & other neurological disorders Weird skin issues & rashes Meat allergies Unexplained weight loss or weight gain Eating disorders Unexplained menstrual irregularity Unexplained breast milk production muscle cramps, pain or twitching Bladder dysfunction Low libido Vertigo

Since Lyme can present in so many different ways, it's easy to see how it can get misdiagnosed. If you're struggling with a multitude of these disorders, it may be worth exploring Lyme as a root cause.


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