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hi LYMEforum community, I am from Newark. One of my family members recently diagnosed from Lyme. it takes 6 months to catch the disease now she is recovering very rapidly. But still, have very light spots on their skin.
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Hi there what antibiotic therapy is your relative o? I had a rash appear almost 3 weeks ago and would be interested to know what is working for people.
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