But for Vallo, there were nine doctors, several misdiagnoses, and years of heartbreaking, nausea, arthritis, and extreme fatigue before she was diagnosed with Lyme, and eventually her relationship with her cat restored, SWNS reported in the morning and noticed a black dot on my stomach, "Vallo from West Yorkshire told the news agency about the 2002 incident." I thought it was some dust or lint and tried to rub it off, but I could not. I went into the bathroom and managed to unzip the point with my nail, noting that he had legs and was shaking.
In addition, Vallo said she remembered that her cat had slept on her bed the night before, probably leaving a tick behind. She said she did not even know what Lyme disease was at the time and did not know what to look for, but now that she has a diagnosis, she is upset over the years she has been dealing with symptoms lost.
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Lyme disease is transmitted to humans through the bite of an infected tick. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the symptoms may include fever, headache, fatigue, rash and spread to the joints, heart and nervous system without treatment. Laboratory tests can help confirm a diagnosis, but the diagnosis of the cases is often based on physical findings and symptoms.
"The test was inadequate," she said with the misdiagnosis. "There is not enough expertise or publicity on Lyme disease, and that's why I'm talking about it. Thousands and thousands of people suffer from the disease and know nothing about it, just like me.
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. Vallo said she now has her holistic treatment plan containing 20 different supplements and has cut carbohydrates off her diet.