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Sharon's Bio

For more than a decade, I suffered from numerous mysterious or rare maladies.  I saw internists, gastroenterologists, endocrinologists, chiropractors, orthopedists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, pyschiatrists, phychologists, dermatologists, urologists, osteopaths, and then three rheumatologists.  Some of them offered relief for my symptoms, but no one offered a cause. 
In early 2009, I became almost bedridden with back and knee pain.  Through the grace of God, four months later, I found the RIGHT doctor who diagnosed me with late stage chronic Lyme disease.  I began treatment on October 16, 2009, one day after my dad's 80th birthday. 
This is my perspective of my Lyme journey. 


The Protozoa is LOSING

I saw Dr M yesterday and my blood smear is the best looking I have ever had! The level of biofilm is down significantly. The number of infected red blood cells is down significantly. Dr. M called it a “new scenario” for me, which I am ecstatic about. It’s not all gone; and it’s definitely still in my muscle tissue, but the change between this past spring and now is incredible. So, we have decided to keep at it. We took a pause this past spring and the protozoa flourished in my system, and we don’t want that to happen again. I am going to continue his protocol with another item added in to see if we can finally kick this protozoa in the ass. He says my increased fatigue is due to the other stressors in life. I’ve been sleeping 10 hours a night the past four nights and that has made a significant improvement. I’m also not absorbing B12 that I am taking in because of a gene mutation that I have, but he changed that around so it should not be an issue from here. I was starting to give up the idea of ever completely healing, but after yesterday’s slides, I know we can do this. The data doesn’t lie.
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Think of a fine painter attempting to capture an inner vision, beginning with one corner of the canvas, painting what he thinks should be there, not quite pulling it off, covering it over with white paint, and trying again, each time finding out what his painting isn't, until he finally finds out what it is. And when you finally do find out what one corner of your vision is, you're off running.

Anne Lamott,



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