Lyme

How Live Blood Analysis Can Help You With It!

 

 

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LYME  BASICS

Lyme (often misspelled as “Lime” or “Lymes”) is an inflammatory infection that spreads to humans through tick bites.  Caused by Borrelia burgdorferi, Lyme  is the No. 1 vector borne ailment.  In the United States, over 300,000 cases are being reported every year by the CDC.

It’s not uncommon to get Lyme. If you’ve ever been for a walk in the woods, laid in the grass, live in or visited a Lyme-endemic area, or have a pet cat or dog, you may have exposed yourself to Lyme and associated co-infections. There is even the possibility of contracting Lyme if you were born to a mother who has been exposed. Tick born infections can even be transmitted in blood transfusions

 

SYMPTOMS AND DIAGNOSIS

Early treatment of Lyme is critical. But one of the major problems with Lyme disease is that it is difficult to diagnose. This is because symptoms vary from person to person. There are over 100 known symptoms of Lyme disease.

Common symptoms include:

  • Developing a rash, sometimes shaped like a “bull’s eye” mark.
  • Initial flu-like symptoms, such as: fever, headache, nausea, jaw pain, light sensitivity, red eyes, muscle aches and neck stiffness.
  • While some Lyme victims experience immediate symptoms after infection, others may have none for many months.

People often attribute uncomfortable symptoms typically associated with Lyme disease to aging, stress, or the “aches and pains of daily living.” This is particularly true if blood tests and body scans are normal.

 

LIVE BLOOD ANALYSIS MAY PROVIDE THE ANSWER

What if you have Lyme and don’t know it?  Do you have symptoms that come and go?  Maybe you’ve been misdiagnosed.   Or, perhaps you are on a medication merry go round — and not getting better. Have you’ve been to many doctors, but still haven’t found relief?

At Live Blood Solutions, the Dark Field Microscopes we use for “Live Blood Analysis” can detect patterns in your blood the blood which indicate the presence of Lyme disease.

If Lyme parameters are detected in the blood there are many many Medical Doctors I work with who will administer the correct protocols to relieve you of Lyme disease and the associated symptoms.

Call Today For An Appointment — 858.336.7869

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“At the beginning of this  year I was experiencing headaches that would last up to 3 weeks, brain fog, changes in bowel movement, fatigue, and some weight gain.  I knew immediately candida (which I’ve experienced for years) was back. I was referred to Dr. Bajon. 

“His  “Life Blood Analysis” is fascinating. It was amazing to look at my blood, it’s alive and things are moving about. I was also able to see the candida clusters. Dr. Bajon recommended Syntol. One week after beginning to take it, the migraines disappeared and never returned. It only took 2 month of taking Syntol (270 caps), not years, to get rid of candida. Nothing has ever worked like Syntol — and amazingly in such a short time. I am so thrilled! Most sincerely,”

Brigitte Gibbs

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More About Lyme

Medical Information:  Lyme is a borreliosis caused by borrelia bacteria, which commonly infects woodland animals like mice or deer. Ticks pick up the bacteria by biting infected animals, and then pass it on to their human hosts. The are many strains or genospecies of borrelia that cause Lyme (borreliosis) in humans just as there are many strains of the flu virus that cause flu symptoms in humans, with some strains more virulent than others.

Ticks – The Most Common Source of Lyme: The Ixodes Tick – more often known as the “black-legged” or “deer” tick – is the most common Lyme-carrier. Ixodes ticks have hard-shelled brown and black bodies, but appear greyish when engorged and some times are confused with a skin tag on your body.

Adult Ixodes have 8 legs but baby ticks have only 6. They are 1 to 5 mm long, although  adults can grow up to 20 mm when feeding.  Protect your family from Lyme. Learn how to identify various tick species and how to properly remove them if bitten.

3 stages of Lyme (often blurred together quite rapidly)

  1. Stage 1: Early infection (first few days after infection)
  2. Stage 2: Infection spreads (days to weeks following infection)
  3. Stage 3: Chronic Lyme (days to weeks after infection if left untreated, or not properly treated, for months/years after infection)

 

 

 

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Dr. Stefan Bajon