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Re: Psychiatrist Article - Infections SLS

Posted by bleauberry on May 2, 2018, at 12:46:00

In reply to Re: Psychiatrist Article - Infections bleauberry, posted by SLS on April 28, 2018, at 9:09:27

> I've already stated my reasons for disbelieving that 9 out of 10 people walking into a psychiatrist's office with depression have Lyme Disease.

I think there is just resistance. Nothing more than that. The rest of it is fluff. But I was in those shoes myself for many years so I totally get it. It's not right or wrong or good or bad. it's just that it doesn't get anybody to the goal line.

> You don't like the answers that I have come up with. I don't like the answers that you come up with. You can believe what you like about the fidelity of the majority of science. Freedom of speech operates both ways, of course.

I have no problem with your answers.

> Let's try an experiment. How many people currently have Lyme Disease in the United States of America?

More than you think. A lot more than you think.

Your doctors do not deal with this every day, every patient. Mine do. Mood and pain are the things they become experts at. Their goals are to restore wellness, not to manage illness. If you listen to them, or most any other LLMD out there, you will get the general sense that only 1 in 10 lyme patients is correctly diagnosed. With that in mind, I can answer your question....

10 times more than whatever anybody claims.

You don't trust me. I don't know why. But you don't. And that is ok.

The best I can say is to stay on the meds you are on, but to locate an LLMD within reach, schedule an appointment, with most likely a long 3 - 6 month wait for new patients, and then get your 2nd opinion with about 2 hours of time and $300 cash.

There is no risk and nothing to lose. You either rule things in or rule things out. But number crunching and typing on babble doesn't do either of those things.

I would love to see you get better - way better - and I think it is totally possible within about a 9 month time frame from your first appointment.
> - Scott




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