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Lyme Disease Can Kill You

What Your Doctor Doesn't Know About Lyme Disease Can Kill You

By CONNIE FREMONT/Star-Gazette Heatlh Writer

AN ALARMING number of medical doctors haven't a clue about Lyme disease and arrogantly refuse to believe their patients have it even when symptoms are clear.

In surveying patients from every American state and also England, Germany, Sweden and Finland, herb expert and medical writer Mars Carre found that physicians consistently refused to test for Lyme - or even consider it as a cause of sickness - if patients couldn't recall having a bull's eye rash surrounding a tick bite.

But the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta makes it clear: Only three out of 10 people who are infected with Lyme get a bull's eye rash.

And even when they do get it, it can occur anywhere on the body, not just in a circle around the bite.

To make matters worse, doctors who haven't kept up with treatments for Lyme are making what appear to be dangerous decisions regarding the use of anti-biotics.

Carre spoke to dozens of seriously ill men and women who said their doctors had told them they had "a little bit of Lyme" - which is an impossibility, you've either got a bacterial infection or you don't - and treated them with a brief, two-week course of antibiotics in a very low dosage.

New studies available for review at multiple National Instititutes for Health Web sites clearly suggest three-week courses of anti-biotics at a minimum, and often four-week courses.

Inadequate or incomplete treatment with anti-biotics is dangerous, creating "super bugs" that are resistant to treatment and incurable by any means.

Large survey reveals Top 5 herbs against Lyme

AN IMPRESSIVE survey of 1,200 Lyme patients proves it beyond the shadow of a doubt: Samento Extract is the No. 1 herb in use for Lyme disease, with eight out of 10 people reporting "significantly positive results" with the product.

Rounding out the Top 5 herbs in common and reportedly successful use against Lyme, in order of popularity, are:

* The anti-microbial herb Cumanda.

* Milk Thistle Extract for liver and kidney function and detoxification.

* Japanese Knotweed-Andrographis Paniculata "complex" formulas containing L-Arginine as an anti-bacterial and for energy improvement, Eleuthero for energy and adrenal support, Wormwood and St. John's Wort for mood and brain function and as an anti-viral. These often contain Milk Thistle Exract, also known as Silymarin.

* Evening Primrose Oil standardized extract.

The survey conducted by the Florida-based herb expert and Star-Gazette Lyme Support Group leader Mars Carre indicated that seven out of 10 people who are treating Lyme with herbs either use anti-biotics at the same time or have used them previously without getting well.

Because there is no test for Lyme that is universally recognized as being accurate, neither patients nor doctors can say that any Lyme patient is ever cured.

Patients can hope, however, to become symptom-free.

And Carre's survey indicates that people who treat the illness aggressively for three weeks to nine months do return to normal.

Hard-hitting medical reporting that makes a difference in YOUR life - every day in The Star-Gazette

Source The Quad-Cities Star-Gazette

Last Updated ( Sep 01, 2006 at 10:50 PM )