lyme

  1. frozenborderline

    My story of getting ill told in podcast form

    Listen to Origin Story Pt. 1 by Headless Youth Podcast on #SoundCloud https://soundcloud.app.goo.gl/heCz
  2. ChookityPop

    Have anyone tried longterm antibiotics for lyme?

    What was your experience? Did it help etc? I have had over 100 tick bites in my life. I am 31 years old and every summer I have gotten multiple tick bites since I was a kid. I have negative igm but positive igg. They followed up with the blot test that was positive. positive Elispot Borrelia...
  3. Cipher

    Nanotrap® Urine Test for Lyme Borreliosis

    Galaxy Diagnostics offers this test for $295 at the time of writing.
  4. G

    Abnormal hair fibers - Exploring possible link to tick borne illness

    I have been meaning to share this for a while – as a feel it could be of interest and perhaps helpful to a number of people here. First some background. My fiancé and I both became ill around 5 years ago with some mystery illness. Starting with fever, severe fatigue, headaches, swollen joints...
  5. C

    Tick-borne illnesses that look like ME

    There’s an article in the current Atlantic by Meghan O’Rourke, a writer I’ve been following for some time because for years she believed she had ME, and was writing a book about it. Here’s the link: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2019/09/life-with-lyme/594736/ It seems that she’s...
  6. Sarah94

    PQQ and bacteria

    I am trying PQQ supplements for mitochondrial support. Wikipedia says "PQQ stimulates growth in bacteria". (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyrroloquinoline_quinone) Does this mean that when a person takes PQQ supplements, any bacteria inside them (E.g. Lyme, SIBO) will be encouraged to grow? Or...
  7. Mariposa

    Why am I getting worse...viruses? Mould? Your thoughts!

    Hello everyone, I'm new to the forum :) (though I've been reading quite a lot). I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts on what might be going on with me. I've been seeing a functional nutritionist for over a year now. For the first 6 months I was making slow but gradual progress, little by...