late stage lyme’s disease

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…

Struggling for Normalcy …

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I sat last night at an end of the year banquet for Dereck and the R4 Robotics team. They have achieved so much in so many areas. They had a very moving slide show that encompassed the last  four years of the team. Even though Dereck is younger than many of the core team members. […] Read more…

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: Independent Living

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April 22, 2014 It is amazing what you can get done when you aren’t dying. I can accomplish more by 9am, than I was able to do in an entire day. And I functioned that way for years and years, every step and motion cost me precious energy that I did not have. Now as […] 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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Slowly returning to normal…3 months post-treatment

Lyme Voice slowly returning to normal

December 9, 2013 The only thing better than having a handicapped parking pass at my disposal, is NOT needing to use it! Yeah that’s right, I felt so good walking across the Costco parking lot I actually jogged (for 10 seconds) Yeah Baby!     Read more…

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Being Home…Day one

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September 9, 2013 As I write, I sit at home in my bed, my Mom got the kids off to school this morning, and I’m struggling to wrap my head around being home. My health protocol is 2 weeks of strict bed rest, followed by another 6 weeks of constant and mandatory rest with 15 […] 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…

When the PAIN ends~1 month Post-treatment at Shea Medical

Lyme Voice Quote for Inspiration

September 6, 2013 How hopeless, the naked wood of a fruit tree would look to us in February, if we had never seen the marvel of springtime.   People continue to ask me how I’m feeling. It is a complex question with many facets. Physically I continue to make improvements. I woke up yesterday and […] Read more…

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Thoughts on coming home…

All About Thoughts On Coming Home Your Lyme Voice

  September 5, 2013 Coming home means facing my frailties. While it is true that I have been living with illness and it’s frailties for many years, in my head it was always temporary. When I get over this car accident, then I’ll be able to pursue this and that. I was in hindsight a […] Read more…

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