• Here Is A List Of Nearly 400 Conditions That Lyme Disease Has Mimicked

    The long list includes: ADHD, Alzheimer's, Bipolar Disorder, Brain Tumors, Cardiac Disease, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Lymphoma, Ocular Issues, Schizophrenia, Vertigo and much more.

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    May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month.

    Considering our proximity to Lyme, Connecticut, where the disease was first described in 1976, it's no wonder we know so many people who have suffered from a bout of Lyme, some worse than others.

    Ticks are tiny. Most people don't even recall seeing a tick on them, let alone know they got bit. A minority of people get some kind of rash, often a bullseye, but it can be difficult to identify since the rash isn't always a bullseye, it can be covered by hair or birthmarks, and it can be difficult to see on darker skin.

    Lyme disease results when a bite from an infected tick transmits borrelia burgdorferi, a spirochete that can penetrate into any organ in the body, it can change shape, avoid detection, hide under a "biofilm" and depending on where the spirochetes end up, you could experience a wide array of symptoms.

    It's not just borrelia burgdorferi that can be transmitted through the bite of a tick.

    Ticks can also transmit anaplasmosis, babesiosis, bartonella, borrelia mayonii, borrelia miyamotoi, bourbon virus, Colorado tick fever, ehrlichiosis, Heartland virusPowassan disease, Rickettsia parkeri rickettsiosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF), STARI (Southern tick-associated rash illness), tickborne relapsing fever (TBRF), tularemia and 364D rickettsiosis, which is a new disease recently discovered in California.

    The CDC tells you these are rare diseases, "hard to get and easy to treat", but in our experience they are all too common. Treatment can take a long time, especially for chronic lyme, and usually requires the guidance of an expert functional doctor, multiple herbal remedies and more. Unless you discover the tick right way, that is, since early treatment tends to be more successful.

    Further complicating the situation, Lyme tests are notoriously unreliable—wrong more often than they are right—and tests don't always exist for other tickborne illnesses, especially the newer ones.

    Perhaps the biggest issue with Lyme is that it's been known to mimic hundreds of other conditions, earning it the nickname "The Great Imitator".

    Every single thing listed below is linked to a research document in the National Institute of Health (NIH) PubMed Database that implicates Lyme as the cause. In fact, the search for keywords "Lyme disease" yielded 15,920 results. So this is not an exhaustive list of every condition that Lyme has ever caused, but it's a pretty good start and certainly food for thought.

    There are a number of organizations doing great work on Lyme disease, including the Global Lyme Alliance based in Stamford, the Bay Area Lyme Foundation, Project Lyme and more.

    But in our experience, the information from the CDC can be inaccurate, misleading and sometimes downright propaganda, which shouldn't be a surprise after watching the CDC spread covid vaccine propaganda.

    Which reminds us...

    Pfizer is developing a new vaccine for Lyme disease... and much like the covid vaccines, we would never ever consider taking it. Not for any reason. Not even if we were paid to take it, if it was required for work or travel or anything. Never!

    1. Abdominal pseudo-eventration
    2. Abdominal wall weakness
    3. Acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans (ACA)
    4. Acute Acral Ischemia
    5. Acute conduction disorders
    6. Acute coronary syndrome
    7. Acute exogenous psychosis
    8. Acute febrile illness
    9. Acute hemiparesis
    10. Acute ischaemic pontine stroke
    11. Acute meningitis 
    12. Acute myelo-meningo-radiculitis
    13. Acute myelitis
    14. Acute pediatric monoarticular arthritis
    15. Acute peripheral facial palsy
    16. Acute perimyocarditis
    17. Acute posterior multifocal placoid pigment epitheliopathy (APMPPE)
    18. Acute pyogenic arthritis
    19. Acute reversible diffuse conduction system disease
    20. Acute septic arthritis
    21. Acute severe encephalitis
    22. Acute transitory auriculoventricular block
    23. Acute transverse myelitis
    24. Acute urinary retention
    25. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
    26. Algodystrophy
    27. Allergic conditions
    28. Allergic conjunctivitis
    29. Alopecia
    30. Alzheimer’s Disease
    31. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS - Lou Gehrig's Disease)
    32. Amyotrophy
    33. Anamnesis
    34. Anetoderma
    35. Anorexia nervosa
    36. Anterior optic neuropathy
    37. Antepartum fever
    38. Anxiety
    39. Arrhythmia
    40. Arthralgia
    41. Arthritis
    42. Aseptic Meningitis
    43. Asymmetrical hearing loss
    44. Ataxic sensory neuropathy
    45. Atraumatic spontaneous hemarthrosis
    46. Atrioventricular block
    47. Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
    48. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
    49. Back pain without radiculitis
    50. Bacteremia
    51. Bannwarth’s Syndrome
    52. Behcet's disease
    53. Bell’s Palsy
    54. Benign cutaneous lymphocytoma
    55. Benign lymphocytic infiltration (Jessner-Kanof)
    56. Bilateral acute confluent disseminated choroiditis
    57. Bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome
    58. Bilateral facial nerve palsy
    59. Bilateral follicular conjunctivitis
    60. Bilateral keratitis
    61. Bilateral papilloedema
    62. Bilateral retrobulbar optic neuritis
    63. Biphasic meningoencephalitis
    64. Bipolar Disorder
    65. Brain Tumor
    66. Brainstem tumor
    67. Breast Cancer
    68. Brown recluse spider bite
    69. Brown-Sequard syndrome
    70. Cardiac apoptosis
    71. Cardiac Disease
    72. Cardiomegaly
    73. Cardiomyopathy
    74. Carditis
    75. Carpal tunnel syndrome
    76. Catatonic syndrome
    77. Cauda equina syndrome
    78. Central vestibular syndrome
    79. Cerebellar ataxia
    80. Cerebellitis
    81. Cerebral atrophy
    82. Cerebro-vascular disease
    83. Cervical facet syndrome
    84. Cheilitis granulomatosa
    85. Chiasmal optic neuritis
    86. Chorea
    87. Choriocapillaritis
    88. Chronic encephalomyelitis
    89. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
    90. Chronic limping in childhood
    91. Chronic muscle weakness
    92. Chronic urticaria
    93. Cerebellar ataxia
    94. Cogan’s syndrome
    95. Collagenosis
    96. Complete flaccid paraplegia
    97. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
    98. Concomitant neuroretinitis
    99. Conduction disorder
    100. Conus medullaris syndrome
    101. Coronary aneurysm
    102. Cortical blindness
    103. Coxitis
    104. Cranial Neuritis
    105. Cranial nerve palsy
    106. Cranial polyneuritis
    107. Craniopharyngioma
    108. Cutaneous B-cell lymphoma
    109. Cutaneous marginal-zone B-cell lymphoma
    110. Cutaneous marginal zone lymphoma (SALT)
    111. Dacryoadenitis
    112. Dementia
    113. Demyelinating disorders
    114. Depression
    115. Dermatomyositis
    116. Diaphragmatic paralysis
    117. Diffuse fasciitis
    118. Dilated cardiomyopathy
    119. Diplopia
    120. Discopathy
    121. Disseminated choroiditis
    122. Dorsal epiduritis
    123. Encephalitis
    124. Encephalomyelitis
    125. Encephalopathy
    126. Endogenous paranoid-hallucinatory syndrome
    127. Eosinophilia
    128. Eosinophilic fasciitis (Shulman syndrome)
    129. Epilepsy
    130. Epileptic crises
    131. Episcleritis
    132. Epstein Barr
    133. Erythema chronicum migrans
    134. Exanthema (local and generalized)
    135. Extrapyramidal disorders
    136. Facial diplegia
    137. Fascicular tachycardia
    138. Fatal adult respiratory distress syndrome
    139. Fetal death
    140. Fever
    141. Fibromyalgia
    142. Fibrositis
    143. Focal nodular myositis
    144. Frontotemporal atrophy
    145. Generalised motor neuron disease
    146. Geniculate neuralgia
    147. Giant cell arteritis
    148. Gonarthritis
    149. Granuloma annulare
    150. Guillain-Barré Syndrome
    151. HLA-B27 negative sacroiliitis
    152. Hallucinations (Painful)
    153. Headaches (severe)
    154. Hearing loss
    155. Heart block
    156. Hemiparesis
    157. Hemophagocytic syndrome
    158. Hepatic disorders
    159. Hepatitis
    160. Herniated discs
    161. Holmes-Adie syndrome
    162. Horner's syndrome
    163. Human necrotizing splenitis
    164. Hydrocephalus
    165. Hyperacusis
    166. Hyperbilirubinemia
    167. Hypothyroidism
    168. Idiopathic atrophoderma of Pasini and Pierini (IAPP)
    169. Idiopathic facial paralysis
    170. Infarction pain
    171. Impaired Brainstem response
    172. Infantile sclero-atrophic lichen
    173. Infectious Mononucleosis
    174. Infiltrating lymphadenosis benigna cutis
    175. Inflammatory cerebrospinal fluid syndrome
    176. Inflammatory choroidal neovascular membrane (CNVM)
    177. Influenza
    178. Internuclear ophthalmoplegia
    179. Interstitial granulomatous dermatitis
    180. Intracerebral haemorrhage
    181. Intracranial aneurysm
    182. Intracranial hypertension
    183. Intracranial mass lesions
    184. Intrauterine growth retardation
    185. Iritis
    186. Irritable Bowel Syndrome
    187. Ischemic Stroke
    188. Isolated acute myocarditis
    189. Isolated Intracranial Hypertension
    190. Isolated lymphadenopathy
    191. Isolated neuritis of the sciatic nerve
    192. Isolated oculomotor nerve paralysis
    193. Isolated posterior cord syndrome
    194. Jaundice
    195. Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
    196. Juxta-articular nodules
    197. Keratitis
    198. Keratoconus
    199. Laryngeal nerve palsy
    200. Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy
    201. Left sided sudden hemiparesis
    202. Leukemic meningeosis
    203. Lichen sclerosus
    204. Livedo racemosa
    205. Lofgren's syndrome
    206. lumboabdominal pain
    207. Lupus
    208. Lymphadenosis benigna cutis
    209. Lymphocytoma cutis
    210. Lymphoma
    211. Lymphocytic meningitis
    212. Lumboradicular syndrome
    213. Madness
    214. Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome
    215. Memory impairment
    216. Meningeal lymphoma
    217. Meningitis
    218. Meningoencephalomyelitis
    219. Meningoencephalomyeloradiculoneuritis
    220. Meningopapillitis
    221. Meningoradiculitis
    222. Mesangioproliferative IgA-nephritis
    223. Migraines
    224. Mono-arthritis
    225. Monolateral chorioretinitis
    226. Morgagni-Adams-Stokes syndrome (MAS)
    227. Morning glory syndrome
    228. Morphea
    229. Motor neuron syndrome
    230. Motoric disturbations
    231. Multiple mononeuropathy
    232. Multiple mononeuropathy and inflammatory syndrome
    233. Multiple Sclerosis
    234. Musical hallucinations
    235. Myelopathy
    236. Myofascial pain syndrome
    237. Myositis
    238. Necrotizing granulomatous hepatitis
    239. Neonatal respiratory distress
    240. Neuromyotonia
    241. Nodular panniculitis
    242. Nonsexual Acute Genital Ulcerations
    243. Normal-pressure hydrocephalus (NPH)
    244. Oculomotor paralysis
    245. Oligoarthritis
    246. Opsoclonus-myoclonus syndrome
    247. Nodular fasciitis
    248. Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
    249. Obsessive-compulsive disorder
    250. Ocular flutter
    251. Opsoclonus-myoclonus
    252. Optic atrophy
    253. Optic disk edema
    254. Orbital myositis
    255. Organic mood syndrome
    256. Optic nerve lesion
    257. Optic neuritis
    258. Otoneurological Disorders
    259. Panuveitis
    260. Papillitis
    261. Paralysis of abdominal muscles
    262. Paralytic strabismus
    263. Paraneoplastic polyneuropathy
    264. Paranoia
    265. Parkinsonism
    266. Parotitis
    267. Pars plana vitrectopy
    268. Parry-Romberg syndrome
    269. Parsonage and Turner syndrome
    270. Patellar tendon rupture
    271. Peripheral facial palsy
    272. Peripheral neuropathy
    273. Peripheral vascular disorder
    274. Pericarditis
    275. Perimyocarditis
    276. Persistent atrioventricular block
    277. Pigment epitheliitis
    278. Pityriasis rosea
    279. Pleural effusion
    280. Polymyalgia rheumatica
    281. Polyneuritis cranialis
    282. Polyneuropathy
    283. Polyradiculopathy
    284. Polysymptomatic autoimmune disorder
    285. Popliteal cyst
    286. Porphyrinuria
    287. Posterior scleritis
    288. Postganglionic Horner syndrome
    289. Primary lymphoma of the nervous system
    290. Primary effusion lymphoma
    291. Presenile dementia
    292. Progressive cerebral infarction
    293. Progressive facial hemiatrophy (Parry-Romberg syndrome)
    294. Progressive stroke
    295. Progressive supranuclear paralysis
    296. Prolonged pyrexia
    297. Propriospinal myoclonus
    298. Pseudo-sepsis of the hip
    299. Pseudo tumor Cerebrae
    300. Pseudolymphoma
    301. Pseudoneoplastic weight loss
    302. Psychosomatic disorders
    303. Radiculalgia
    304. Radiculoneuritis
    305. Ramsay Hunt syndrome (pleocytosis)
    306. Raynaud's syndrome
    307. Recurrent paralysis
    308. Reflex sympathetic dystrophy
    309. Reiter's Syndrome
    310. Respiratory failure
    311. Restless legs syndrome
    312. Retinal pigment epithelium detachment
    313. Retinal vasculitis
    314. Reversible dementia
    315. Rheumatic Fever
    316. Rheumatoid Arthritis
    317. Rhombencephalitis
    318. Rhombencephalomyelopathy
    319. Ruptured Baker cysts
    320. Ruptured synovial cysts
    321. Sacro-iliitis infection
    322. SAPHO syndrome
    323. Sarcoidosis
    324. Schizophrenia
    325. Schoenlein-Henoch purpura
    326. Scleroderma
    327. Scleroderma circumscripta-morphae
    328. Secondary syphilis
    329. Seizure Disorders
    330. Sensorineural Hearing Loss
    331. Septal panniculitis
    332. Septic arthritis
    333. Seventh nerve paralysis
    334. Sick sinus syndrome
    335. Silent thalamic lesion
    336. Somatic delusions
    337. Spontaneous brain hemorrhage
    338. ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction
    339. Stevens-Johnson syndrome
    340. Streptococcal pharyngitis
    341. Stiff-man syndrome
    342. Still's disease
    343. Stroke
    344. Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis
    345. Subacute multiple-site osteomyelitis
    346. Subacute organic psychosyndrome
    347. Subacute multiple-site osteomyelitis
    348. Subacute presenile dementia
    349. Subarachnoid hemorrhage
    350. Sudden deafness
    351. Sudden hemiparesis
    352. Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)
    353. Sudeck's atrophy
    354. Synovitis
    355. Syphilis
    356. Symmetric Polyarthritis
    357. Temporal arteritis
    358. Temporomandibular joint syndrome
    359. Thrombocytopenic purpura
    360. Thyroiditis
    361. Tourette's syndrome
    362. Transient Ischemic Attack
    363. Transient left ventricular dysfunction
    364. Transient synovitis
    365. Trigeminal Neuralgia
    366. Trigeminal palsy
    367. Unilateral interstitial keratitis
    368. Unilateral papillitis
    369. Urticaria
    370. Uveitis
    371. Vasculitic neuropathy
    372. Vasculitic mononeuritis multiplex
    373. Vasculitis
    374. Ventricular asystole
    375. Vertigo
    376. Vestibular neuronitis
    377. Vitreous clouding
    378. Vomiting (persistent)
    379. Wegener's granulomatosis

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    Crazy pants

    Greenwich Patriots- this is your leader. Very normal. Not at all crazy.

    TruthSeeker

    Why do you think a list of conditions that can also be caused by a tick bite is crazy?

    Most people are grateful to learn the cause of their medical issues so they can get treated.

    The only thing that's crazy here is you, Crazy Pants.

    You seem to have an unhealthy obsession with the leader of Greenwich Patriots. Kind of like that movie Single White Female. Why is that?

    Jennifer S.

    If it weren't for Greenwich Patriots, I might have done the DUMBEST thing in the world and caved to the pressure to get a covid shot. But thanks to the excellent research and wonderful support from Greenwich Patriots, I stood firm.

    They connected me with an attorney and I got an exemption.

    If it weren't for the leader's courage and dedication, I might have joined the ranks of the "died suddenly" crowd.

    THANK YOU FOR BEING SO FEARLESS GP, and God Bless America!

    Jessica

    Partner in Lyme is also working in Connecticut to assist patients with tick borne disease. http://www.partnerinlyme.org

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