I ordered some books about Lyme Disease

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CajunGrl
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   Posted 8/28/2009 2:38 AM (GMT -7)   
I just got them in. I ordered, "Everything you need to know about Lyme Disease(part 2)" and "Cure Unknown." I figured I could do some reading if I get bored waiting in the hotel to see my new doctor.

What else do you all recommend?
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ttlittlestar
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   Posted 8/28/2009 5:31 AM (GMT -7)   
Dr. Zhangs book explains a lot of the whys of the symptoms. Good reading even if you do not use his protocol.

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   Posted 8/28/2009 6:29 AM (GMT -7)   
I do not know if you already have these, but I have "The Lyme Disease Solutuion" by Dr. Kenneth Singleton and "Healing Lyme" by Stephen Harrod Buhner. I am going to purchase "Cure Unkown." I hear it is a must read.

CajunGrl
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   Posted 8/28/2009 9:18 AM (GMT -7)   
Hey you two, thanks so much. I figured I'd educate myself a little more on Lyme while I'm practically bed/couch ridden and doing nothing. I have to keep my brain functioning at least.
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SassygirlNh
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   Posted 8/28/2009 11:20 AM (GMT -7)   
healing lyme by stephen Harrod Buhner is one book that my llmd recommended.  The one thing that you will find that it is very hard to get a straight answer on diet.  Every book tells you alittle different.  I have gotten alot of material out of "Healing Lyme".  Hope it can help.

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   Posted 8/28/2009 12:05 PM (GMT -7)   
do you have lab 257 yet? if not i believe this is also a good book to read.
   RD
 
still looking for answers.
 
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CajunGrl
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   Posted 8/28/2009 10:59 PM (GMT -7)   
Thanks everyone. I will look for those after I am finished these two. I'm sure I will have plenty of time to read, lol.
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   Posted 8/29/2009 12:25 PM (GMT -7)   
Ummmm
I read Cure Unknown and no were I have a read a book with more facts many frightening as #$%^&
Than that book by Pamela.
But I have to tell you...it has a bad ending.
If one is suffering from illness. A book that tells you that the cure in not known...well....it mad me very sad.
It is a sad but true book,
It is one that you cannot put down..it reads like a thriller, fiction. But sadly it is all true.

Lab 257.....This book it beyond words. It made me so darn mad. I could not even bellieve that we hired HITLERS right hand man after we got him our of a PRISON IN RUSSIA.
And hired the bacterial was specialist to run a was lab for silient bombs....
He worked at lab 257. On a private Iland called Plum Island off of the tip of Long Island.
He tested lyme and other deadly co infections to be used in war to cripple a nation at war.
Guess he got the last laugh.
This book made me so mad that I could not get past page 30 and threw the book...lol..and then threw it in the trach...lol...lymie rage...
But I could not handle it while being so sick.

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   Posted 8/29/2009 12:28 PM (GMT -7)   
Sorry it is hard to type with my daughter's new kitten attacking my fingers as I try to type....lol

Martha's Vineyard
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   Posted 8/29/2009 12:30 PM (GMT -7)   
BEATING LYME by Constance A. Bean.

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   Posted 8/29/2009 2:22 PM (GMT -7)   
I don't have any books on Lyme and can honestly say I find all I need to know right here.

I'm sure if I had chronic Lyme I would be buying some books. You have no idea how my heart goes out to anyone with CLD. I know how I feel just trying to get over 1st stage and also know it's nothing compared to CLD or maybe you call it 3rd stage.

When does the d#@n fatigue go away !

MV
You've tempted to buy Cure Unknown. Will go to abebooks.com and look for a used copy.


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   Posted 8/29/2009 4:34 PM (GMT -7)   
I don't have any books on Lyme, but I was just recently informed about half.com, where you might be able to save money on the books you want.  I just checked it out and on some it seems to be worthwhile, and others it is not.

CajunGrl
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   Posted 8/29/2009 10:54 PM (GMT -7)   
MV: I don't know if I want to read Lab 257 now! lol. I know how I get and it will make me mad. Awww, I miss little kitties. I used to save stray cats/kittens, get them healthy, then find them good homes. I miss their playfullness and little attitudes.
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CajunGrl
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   Posted 8/29/2009 10:58 PM (GMT -7)   
Thanks McJane and Turquoise Sky for your kind words and info.

I usually get my books from Amazon but I will check out those two sites. Thanks!
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   Posted 8/30/2009 6:32 PM (GMT -7)   
Coping With Lyme Disease by Denise Lang. GREAT book!!! GREAT GREAT GREAT!

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   Posted 8/30/2009 7:27 PM (GMT -7)   
And, good luck seeing your new doctor. !!

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   Posted 8/30/2009 10:09 PM (GMT -7)   
I really recommend "Cure Unknown". I got my whole family to read it, and they found it interesting, and it helped them understand what I was dealing with better. It really explains practically everything- from symptoms, treatment, and the whole controversy.

Yes- the ending is sad, but I think things have improved since the end of the book. Dr.'s have the "Lyme disclaimer" form now, which helps them avoid law suits, which was the main reason for the negative ending.

CajunGrl
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   Posted 8/30/2009 11:58 PM (GMT -7)   
Thanks everyone for all of the great suggestions.

Nicky: When I looked through Cure Unknown, I was very intersted and had already made the decision to read that book first.
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Turquoise Sky
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   Posted 8/31/2009 10:13 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi CG,

I do have Herbal Antibiotics by Stephen Harrod Buhner, but didn't get the one specifically for Lyme yet.

What I have been reading lately is Excuses Begone by Wayne W. Dyer. It was a birthday gift and it is another piece that seems to be fitting into the puzzle of getting me to my full potential as far as health and in all of life. I'm also finally getting acupunture, to see if that helps with my hormonal balance, and the slight neck stiffness.

It sounds like you have enough material for now, but if you want more suggestions, I've been reading different ideas about holistic and alternative healing therapies.

CajunGrl
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   Posted 9/1/2009 4:44 AM (GMT -7)   
Turquoise,

Thanks so much! Yes, please list the rest if you have time. I am planning on doing an alternative method after I'm done antibiotics.
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   Posted 9/1/2009 9:05 AM (GMT -7)   
Hey All,
I got word on a newly released (I think) book - IMHO one that every LD patient ought to, deserves to have access to -not t o mention every doc in this country & elsewhere!!

I have as of yet to order my copy, but you can be sure I will, as it has the potential to offer decent effective tx - no matter where one lives.

~Trav

[MissouriLyme] 13 Lyme-Literate Health Care Practitioners Share Healing Strategies In New Book
Denver, Colorado—August 31, 2009. A new book, "Insights Into Lyme Disease Treatment: Thirteen Lyme-Literate Health Care Practitioners Share Their Healing Strategies," provides people with Lyme disease and their physicians with current, cutting-edge information on the treatment of chronic Lyme disease and the corollary conditions that it causes.

It is a comprehensive resource, written from the perspective of thirteen Lyme disease experts, including eight Lyme-literate medical doctors (MD’s), two naturopathic doctors (ND’s), a “heilpraktiker” (or healing practitioner, as the German title translates into English) and one chiropractor and nutritionist. The training and education of the experts encompasses a broad range of disciplines, but most use a combination of allopathic, naturopathic, complementary and alternative medicine in their practices. Whatever their background, however, all are experienced in treating chronic Lyme disease.

The book includes each practitioner’s anti-microbial and detoxification protocols, as well as their recommended supportive treatments for the body. It also provides their perspectives on the challenges and roadblocks to healing.
Insights Into Lyme Disease Treatment provides a comprehensive variety of effective, in-depth solutions. For the practitioner, it provides cutting-edge information on treatments that has not been published elsewhere.

The information in this book was obtained through interviews with the following thirteen health care practitioners:

Steve Harris, MD
Steven Bock, MD
Susan Marra, ND, MS
Ginger Savely, DNP
Lee Cowden, MD, MD (H)
Ingo Woitzel, MD
Ronald Whitmont, MD
Deborah Metzger, MD, PhD
Pete Muran, MD, MBA
Nicola McFadzean, ND
Marlene Kunold, “Heilpraktiker” (Healing Practitioner, Germany)
Elizabeth Hesse-Sheehan, DC, CCN
Jeffrey Morrison, MD

These practitioners were chosen on the basis of their expertise and experience in treating chronic Lyme disease.

The book is available at: http://www.lymebook.com/insights-book-connie, or via Ms. Strasheim’s blog at: http://www.lymebytes.blogspot.com. It is published by BioMed Publishing Group
- Traveler
"Conditions": Lyme Disease (neuro, gastro, bone, brain, muscle, hearing involved), STARI, RMSF, Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, Lyme Arthritis, Neuro LD, FM, Chronic/acute EBV, IBS-C, Diverticulosis (& "itis") & now Lyme arthritis (?).

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