Where did you have it done? I understand it is a layered protocol that the practitioner undertakes. You must have had only a couple of sessions, right?
The magnet practitioner also must be trained specifically for Lyme, etc.
I had it done in my living room. The lady that performed the sessions lives out-of-state and had arranged to see several clients in my city over the several days she was in town. It's been a couple of years now, so I can't recall the exact number of sessions. But, it was probably around five sessions.
The lady told me she was trained specifically for Lyme, and, allegedly had recovered from Lyme herself -- with magnet therapy, she claimed. She stated that experience led her to get trained in the technique herself.
Honestly, there are so many screwy-sounding ideas out there, I don't believe in most of them. I try them, but usually don't believe in them. Perhaps that's why I don't get any benefit. Maybe the placebo effect plays a part in why those screwy-sounding ideas sometimes work for others. Who knows?
If you do try magnet therapy, I hope it works well for you.