Low dose immunotherapy- does it help?

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Suzie 145
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   Posted 4/29/2012 11:00 AM (GMT -6)   
I've just been diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome brought on by Lyme Disease and have been recommended low dose immunotherapy to help with the fatigue. I want to find out more about it and how it helps before agreeing to as it's quite expensive.

Has anyone had such therapy, and do you feel like it was a worthwhile and helpful treatment?

Thanks in advance,

Suzie

Mealmaker
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   Posted 5/4/2012 10:01 PM (GMT -6)   
I'm sorry about your diagnosis Suzie and I hope things improve for you soon. I haven't heard about low dose immunotherapy and i will research it. I'm interested to hear if others have had it though.

Cheers Lou
Dx Fibromyalgia, CF, Severe TMJ, Osteopenia of lower spine, arthritis of L hip, bursitis of L shoulder and hip, GERD, Perimenopause and query RA. Deleting Dairy and sugar out of my diet was what set me on the road to recovery.

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