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Old 05-19-2010, 06:16 AM #22 (permalink)
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Default re: Two rashes - Lyme Testing

Hey Kelly, do you have any skin affliction? Tom has a rash that has been fairly constant in his arms and legs over the years, but now is all over his back. He is dizzy most of the time and that seems to be getting worse too. He is bulbar now which means that eating is more difficult, speech has noticeably declined, even over this weekend. When he breathes at night it is more like panting.

While he was a miserable snot before he got sick even that characteristic has grown tenfold. I have been suspecting FrontoTemporalDimensia to explain it (easier than buying into his aactually hating the kids and I).
You mentioned "they def wont help someone that is advanced into ALS" I know that Lyme mimics many other diseases and as such is very easy to mis-diagnose, but is it also capable of causing the body to develop other disease?
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