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How One Woman’s Brush With Death Cured Her Lyme Disease Pain

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But Treatment is Not Effective Once the Disease Progresses

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There’s a short window of time when Lyme Disease is treatable, but once it progresses, antibiotics are ineffective in treating it. Some people experience post-Lyme Disease, which could be caused by their predisposition to autoimmune diseases. Often, these people continue to experience muscle aches and fatigue. Once the disease is no longer treatable, the pain they experience becomes a chronic issue.

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