Most people associate the "bulls-eye" rash, or "Erythema migrans" rash with Lyme Disease. Although it is a clear sign of infection, it may not be noticed due to it's location on the body, may appear as a different shape, or may not appear at all. Leaving us to guess when asked by our doctors, if we have ever noticed a rash, and what it looked like. Many times, even if we arrive at the office with a bright red bulls-eye on our leg it is not treated or given an ineffective dose of antibiotics. Leaving Lyme Disease, and probable co-infections to go untreated in the body.Read More
At Lyme Warrior, we strive to show all sides of Lyme Disease. Here is the story of two children facing Lyme Disease and just part of their battle.
Skyler and Shivon both have what is believed to be Congenital Lyme Disease. They were both born early, (both pregnancies were very rough on Mom and baby) testing positive for Babesia and Boriella.Read More