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New Lyme Disease Treatment Program Cures Patient in 8 Weeks: Giving Hope To Lyme Sufferers
Date:3/21/2013

s or even years later with a wide spectrum of involvement. Neurological problems can range from a mild meningeal irritation and headache, right through to severe meningitis, encephalitis, chorea, and demyelination. Depression and anxiety are also commonly seen symptoms of the disease.

The so-called “Lyme disease fog” is a classic sign of this infection. People often report that their brain is “foggy”, or just dull and heavy and they cannot focus or concentrate for any significant length of time.

In the third stage or in chronic Lyme disease, arthritis is the classic symptom.

The arthritis of the third stage usually begins four weeks after the bite, although it may occur as early as one week afterwards or as late as three months later. The Lyme disease symptoms here tend to effect the large joints (often those closest to the initial rash) more commonly than small joints.

Many patients suffering from Dementia, Parkinson’s disease, MS, Lou Gehrig’s disease or ALS, have now been shown to have the Lyme bacteria present, which could very well turn out to be a possible cause of these conditions. More research in this area is still needed however.

If you are interested in further information regarding NeoGen’s Lyme Disease Elimination Program you can visit their website at http://www.lymediseaseneogen.com or email them at lymediseaseneogen(at)gmail(dot)com.

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