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Re: Lyme disease - a neuropsychiatric disease » bleauberry

Posted by beckett2 on March 25, 2018, at 20:33:07

In reply to Lyme disease - a neuropsychiatric disease, posted by bleauberry on March 24, 2018, at 6:38:54

Much of my illness started after childbirth. Shortly thereafter, I tested positive for Hashimoto's thyroiditis which I can only control by keeping my TSH levels around 1. However, I've never regained my health mental and physical :(

I haven't tested positive for other immune disorders, and in my case, I think the insult of an emergency c section combined with family history of hypothyroidism, and voilá!

While I question the rate at which LAD is implicated in MI, I agree that physical illness and insults can express as MI.

Sidenote: Last year I contracted Lyme. Fortunately, I had a bull's eye and received treatment-- I think I'm fine. Because I live somewhere that Lyme is considered 'rare', I was dismissed by the first doc I saw at the walk-in clinic. I went to another and was tested right away. So, yeah, the first doc was able to ignore symptoms because he could only see what he thought he should.

With more information, doctors (and researchers)will look at MI differently because they'll expect to see something different. Until then....




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