Fighting Chronic Lyme Disease

Deanna’s Blog

Deanna is still very ill, cannot take care of herself, and is back in San Diego being seen by Dr Novak, Institute for Specialized Medicine, and still see’s Dr Steven Harris in Foster City, CA. Thank you for any donation for now this horrid nightmare has gone on over 9 years.

Bartonella, A Common Co-Infection With Lyme

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Imagine Having Lyme Disease…

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There’s Nothing Wrong With You

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Bad News, Good News

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This rings so much truth!

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Back from CT after my first dose of IVIG (plasma)

The plane ride to JFK had a ton of turbulence and made me very sick to stomach. Cried on the flight in agony holding ice to my throbbing head and neck while dripping a saline IV into me. Peeing every 25 minutes throughout the 5.5 hour flight […]

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Vermont Bill to Provide Immunity to Chronic Lyme Doctors

On Wednesday, the Senate Health and Welfare Committee and the House Health Care Committee took joint testimony from advocates for two bills that would allow physicians to “prescribe, administer, or dispense long-term antibiotic therapy” for a patient with Lyme disease or another tick-borne illness. The bills, which […]

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Stanford Hospital

Spent last weekend at Stanford Hospital. My hematologist was ready to give me a blood transfusion due to bite marks out of all my red blood cells and extremely anemic RBC at 2.71 and hemoglobin low. I was not able to get the transfusion. They wanted to […]

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Have had my picc line in my arm

Have had my picc line in my arm since last November 2011. So crossing my fingers I can get another year out of my picc line. Injecting Cathflow to unclog the line has been working every few weeks (although it is expensive). Hope I can make it […]

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IV antibiotics have been tough

IV antibiotics have been tough. Keeping my white blood cells up has been a challenge along with keeping liver enzymes down. Seems like every time I start to get on a pattern I have to stop due to blood cells and organs being compromised.

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"In the fullness of time, the mainstream handling of Chronic Lyme Disease will be viewed as one of the most shameful episodes in the history of medicine."
Kenneth B. Liegner, MD
Board Certified Internist + training in Pathology and Critical Care Medicine / NY
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