It's not for me. It's for my niece. She had what appeared to be a bite. The bite had a rash around it. Then she had other like round rashes come up on her body. She had a high fever that would fluctuate, and she just overall didn't seem to feel well. Started on Amoxicillin from doctor and is responding very well. Her parents had already been doing some natural things like essential oils and silver, but she did make rapid improvement once the ABX was started. Fever left and about five days after starting ABX, skin symptoms are about 75% better. The doctor who prescribed the ABX didn't do a blood test but said 90% chance it was Lyme.
Parents sent a hair sample to a guy who uses that hair test. He says according to test that she doesn't have Lyme, but he says that Mycoplasma and Candida showed up and wants to do a protocol for them saying she should make good progress in 2-3 months.
What do you make of this?
She has caught it early - and its much more treatable than chronic Lyme. She needs to stay on the abx until ALL symptoms are gone PLUS a few more weeks.
And get the abx before she runs out of the ones she has.
Not a good idea to have several weeks break in treatment.
If the Dr won’t prescribe the antibiotics - then she should get her to a LLMD ASAP.
Chronic Lyme is NOT where she wants to go!
Sorry to be so emphatic - but chronic Lyme takes a long time to treat - could take years.
A tick bite with a red ring IS Lyme disease.