I'm always amazed at how ignorant the medical community in general is about
Lyme. Since time can be of the essence, I can't understand why docs don't take the approach vets do with dogs. Take a look at the blood and if there are spirochetes, get the patient on antibiotics. If there's even a hint that there might be Lyme, get the patient on antibiotics. Sort things out later. What harm is done if the abx weren't needed versus hesitating and letting Lyme take hold?
The vets really have a positive aqpproach that we humans could benefit from. Take a look:
I'm thinking about
getting an appointment with our vet