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How Accurate are Lyme Disease Tests?

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Lyme disease testing is difficult, and if done poorly, can result in unneeded therapy. To interpret serologic test results, consider the patient's pre-test probability of infection, which is based on exposure probability and clinical signs. Although new guidelines may be issued shortly, two-tiered testing remains the gold standard for identifying Lyme disease.

Types Of Lyme Disease Tests

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The most frequent sort of Lyme disease testing is used to see if you've generated antibodies as a result of previous exposure to the Lyme disease-causing Borrelia bacteria. Antibodies are immune system proteins that target specific dangers such as bacteria and viruses.

Essential oils for Lyme Disease

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Researchers looked at lab-dish studies of 35 essential oils, which are squeezed from plants or their fruits and contain the aroma or essence of the plant. Oils from cinnamon wood, garlic cloves, myrrh trees, cumin seeds, thyme leaves, and allspice berries, among others, showed great killing action against dormant and slow-growing 'persister' forms of the Lyme disease bacterium

Natural Remedies for Lyme Disease

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Some of the natural remedies for Lyme disease, that may help patients who haven't been successfully treated with the standard antibiotic treatment include: Acupuncture, Anti-Inflammatory Diet, Chlorella,    Essential Oils,    Exercise etc..

Common Tick Species

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Ticks come in over 900 different species, with at least 25 of them found in Pennsylvania. Ticks can transfer a variety of illnesses from animals to humans, including parasitic worms, viruses, and bacteria. The bacteria that cause Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever are the most common in Pennsylvania.

Neurological Lyme Disease

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The most common neurological manifestations of Lyme disease include (They can occur alone or in combination): Meningitis, Paralysis of the facial nerve, Radiculoneuritis