Will There be Cake?

I have Lyme. I’d like to not have it anymore. I also just want cake.

Might You Have Lyme? Find a Doctor!

Um, is this you? Cause this was me. Red Flag numero uno.

In the current and unfortunate political, medical, and even social environment in which we live, finding a credible and reliable physician to diagnose and treat Lyme disease is a far bigger challenge than it should be. If you suspect you may have Lyme, if you have been bitten by a tick and are experiencing symptoms, or if you have had ongoing, unexplained symptoms for which no medical doctor(s) have been able to properly address, I would strongly urge you to consult with a doctor properly trained in diagnosing and treating Lyme disease.  In the Lyme community, we call these “Lyme-Literate Medical Doctors” (LLMD) or “Lyme-Literate Naturopathic Doctors (LLND). In short, these are doctors willing to use testing beyond the CDC and ISDA’s out-dated testing protocols (which conventional MD’s adhere to) and also to treat based on recent scientific evidence suggesting Lyme can not only evade current recommended testing, but also current recommended treatment.

Want a list of possible Lyme disease symptoms? Are you ready for this? CLICK HERE.

Did we see red flags numero dos, tres, quatro, and beyond? Not good. The International Association for Tick-Borne Disease Society (ILADS) has an excellent Physician Referral program that I would urge you to use if you are concerned you may be suffering from Lyme or vector-borne (vector being an agent that transmits a disease – human, animal, or insect) infection… especially if any of these symptoms sound familiar. Lyme doesn’t mess around guys… get on it. Click here once again to learn more about Lyme and the many co-infections proven to be vector borne.

May your journey be filled with answers, healing, and wonderment in life again.



2 comments on “Might You Have Lyme? Find a Doctor!

  1. Christina
    February 19, 2017

    While I truly appreciate all the great stuff on your website – yes, indeed! – I am discouraged about how expensive these recommended supplements are. Living on disability barely covers the rent, utilities, gas, and groceries. Please don’t suggest I cut down or back somewhere in my budget to somehow prioritize their importance because there just isn’t enough money after the very basics. I can barely afford the occasional bottle of generic multi vitamins. I can’t even afford to see my doctor as the copayment wrecks me. Sorry, it’s depressing but it’s reality for many of us.


    • tarathackeray
      February 19, 2017

      I know this is a sad reality for many. They are certainly not necessary supplements, only suggestions. My best to you and all you fight for every day to make things work while trying to get better ❤


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