How is your LLMD about
diagnosing clinically? That and past exposure is how the CDC says a diagnosis supposed to be made - with tests to only "confirm diagnosis".
Start writing down your questions. Don't try to remember everything on your own. I would also suggest that you take notes at your wife's appt. It's quite possible that your wife will not have the exact same treatment or routine, so if she is supposed to do something similar to what you are doing, but not quite the same, then you would have your notes to refer back to.
I would suggest that the two of you sit down together and go over the different symptom lists for each different infection - sometimes the person with they symptoms doesn't realize how much or even that they have certain symptoms. I like to use drjoneskids.com
as well as the symptom lists that we have in our "New to Lyme?" thread. That way the two of you can ask about
the different infections that she might have.
I would also highly suggest that you have a look at the thread titled "questions to ask LLMD's" - several members posted some really good questions! www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=30&m=2209117&p=2
Co-Moderator, Lyme Disease ;)
Treating with Acupuncture, Traditional & Modern Chinese Medicine & Western Herbs. Before tx, I had all but 20 of the symptoms on the "Master Symptom List"
"Absence of proof is not proof of absence" - Dr. Edwin Masters, great LLMD & researcher -RIP
I break up my post because my eyes have been effected by TBI's as well, making long paragraphs very hard to read.