It is hard to sort through all the conflicting information on this subject.
While some Lyme patients find they can no longer have children -- mostly due to adhesions and endometriosis, many are able to have healthy pregnancies. With an active infection, you would take amoxycillin during your pregnancy and probably avoid breast feeding. If you have completed your treatment I don't think that is necessary.
If you go to drjoneskids.org
there is a section on pregnancy that may be of help.
While it can't be proven that lyme can be passed through sexual contact, they can't disprove it either. The spirochete form of the Borellia bacteria is rather similar to syphilis so it would make sense that it would be passed in the same manner.
There are a lot of diseases and problems that threaten our children but the odds of them being healthy and happy are far better! I hope you have a chance to experience the joy of parenting.
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