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051 Medical Tourism With Merry Lynch

Merry Lynch Here is the link to The Science of Fasting  Believe Me: My Battle with the Invisible Disability of Lyme Disease http://www.youtube.com/Lyme Voice Radio howtobemerry.com  Growing up in a small Maine town, young Merry Lynch understood early on that she was destined for greatness?and adversity. Learning the power of focus and determination from her father, […] Read more…

This is a glimpse at life with chronic pain…

This is the task, it is pretty simple and quick now days. I want to get in my car and run a quick errand. I grab my purse, slip into my sandals, grab my sunglass and I’m off! This small task once consumed a gargantuan amount of time and effort. For over a  decade seemingly […] Read more…

031 Janice Fairbairn “A Mother’s Lyme Fight”

I am a 41 year old married, mother of 2. I discovered I had LYME disease about 3 years ago when I crashed against a wall HARD. I apparently had the slow workings of Lyme for over a decade because I gave everything I had to both my kids in the womb. They had been […] Read more…

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Lyme and Children

About Lyme and Children Your Lyme Voice

September 15, 2014 (The following article was written for Lymedisease.org) The CDC says that Lyme disease is most common among boys aged 5-19. This age group is affected at three times the average rate of all other age groups. Around 25% of all reported cases are children. Children with Lyme disease have special issues. Since […] Read more…

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8 months post-treatment: The cost of your “life” education

Your Lyme Voice Cost Of Life Education

May 18, 2014 “If you think education is expensive, try ignorance”-Dereck Bok I was doing some writing for my upcoming blog post for the NM Fiesta project (my 15 hour a week gig, working with post adoptive families in Rio Rancho). I was using my Microsoft office dictionary to look up the synonyms for the […] Read more…

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6 months post-treatment for Lyme disease at Shea Medical

Lyme Voice 6 Months Post Treatment for Lyme

April 21, 2014 I have my comfy yoga pants on in anxious anticipation of spending the evening with my kids at Gravity park! And yes, I do plan on jumping. I don’t know for how long, but I’m jumping. I’ve been on the trampoline in our yard more recently and haven’t had any issues or […] Read more…

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Coming HOME after 8 weeks of Lyme Treatment at Shea Medical

coming home after 8 weeks of treatment at SHEA Medical Lyme Voice

September 8, 2013 I have hesitated to write since being home. I have been on such an emotional roller coaster over the last 6 months, I wanted my words to be wise and felt like I was struggling with so much grief it was hard to analyze my words. However, during this short journey I […] Read more…

One Month into my Lyme Treatment at Shea Medical

All About One Month Into My Treatment

August 6, 2013 Hello Friends-Quick update. I have steadily improved since arriving at Shea Medical about a month ago. I was unable to walk (beyond a couple of steps) and I have been up and walking for about the last 10 days. I only go between the clinic and the house but that is a […] Read more…

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Two Weeks Into My Lyme Treatment at Shea Medical

Lyme Voice Two Weeks Into My Lyme Treatment

  July 22,2013 -Two weeks into treatment. The dust is beginning to settle over here in AZ. We have established a working routine that accommodates for two enemas, one freshly squeezed vegetable juice, two apple/carrot juices, and one orange juice, all organic. I have also figured out how to gag down all 55 supplements in […] Read more…

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Life with a Possible Diagnosis

Lyme Voice Life with a Possible Diagnosis

June 20, 2013 – Quick update. I’m home. They had no idea what to do with me at the ER. They gave me valume (SP?) and sent me home, which only worked for a little while. That evening we started implementing the Gerson program 24/7 because it is the only thing that I have gotten […] Read more…

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