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Lindsay

California
  Six months ago, I was diagnosed with Ehrlichea, Bartonella, Babesia, and Chronic Lyme Disease. Currently 19 years of age, I have been sick for an estimated fifteen years. I began blogging as a means to identify with those struggling through similar life lemons; in essence- flavor as... Full Bio
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Birthday by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease Well folks, I'm twenty-one. Read on »
Lyme Disease: Psychiatric Rendezvous by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease The drive alone rode beneath my carefully placed skin (as to cover the wounded secretion of sense within). I felt as if I were pacing beneath the car, traveling at a spr ... Read on »
Naturopathic Doctor: Bugs Gone Viral? by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease The couch has now memorized the sculpture of my 24/7 imprint. I had thought myself to (supposedly) be ill as a layer cake confection riddled with sugary venom, due a flu ... Read on »
Lyme Chic: The Clutch by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease Feel warrants a hard-candy-validity when guised of its own appearance. I have spent years schucking fashion for the sake of energy consumption, only to find it unyield ... Read on »
Why is it so hard to find a pi ... by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease Why is it so hard to find a pink neti pot? Read on »
Stem of a Rose by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease Well, I am at odds yet again. I have been ill with the flu for the past five weeks. It is nearly teasing me with betterment. At vitality's prime, my body is focused upon a ... Read on »
Lyme Disease: State of the Union by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease Current SymptomsDeep pain in the joints of ankles Dry, brittle skin Stomach cramps extending along thighs of legs Nausea extending down the spine and along the sides of ... Read on »
Ultra Violet Blood Irrigation by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease The infamous working grounds of potential, through a procedure known as the UVBI, to a storyteller's level: the morning, I felt exultant (at least in response to the sus ... Read on »
Oh, The Irony by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease A quick update I have suffered for the past three weeks with a teaser trailer bug. Due to this, Dr X called for a UBVI cleansing blood treatment to help heal from it. The n ... Read on »
Dr. X: Part III by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease I fear appointments with Dr X. He has the ability to spearhead the coping mechanism of blissful unknowing with a reality beyond the grasp of those even in the know. ... Read on »
Interlude by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease This happens frequently Me: Well, I'm chronically ill. Anonymous: I'm sorry. Me: Why? I'm not. Read on »
Silver Worn Down by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease The following is a useful explanation passed unto me via an alternate Lyme family, attempting to bridge the swelling divide of those who know and those who don't. Chroni ... Read on »
A Ramadan Of A Thing by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease This may be extremely odd, but I have decided, in a vastly desirous state to share my story, to add photos to the mix. Schedule: 8:00 am- The experience of w ... Read on »
In order to bring this blog ba ... by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease In order to bring this blog back to its assumed breathing efficiency, I will begin a new segment. Well, it is less of a segment, more of a passageway: a photo diary of my en ... Read on »
Next To Hilarious by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease Next To Normal, a broadway show staging Bipolar Disorder has come to the 5th Ave (a theater known for its crowd pleasers, a not entirely flattering depiction). I barely made ... Read on »
Changes by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease I am going to make more of an effort to write here, less of an effort to write well. I'm sure you'll understand the compromise. The other day, I was "chatting" with a ... Read on »
The illness is no longer a mas ... by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease The illness is no longer a master but a prison. What I truly want someday is to exist free. Read on »
Protocols by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease I am currently focusing on two of focused acts 1) heavy metal detoxification 2) nutritional fortification Heavy metal detox has been extremely painful (side note: certa ... Read on »
Parasitic Depths: by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease My doctor, whose name I shall hold beneath a cloak of anonymity, is in the words of Juno, "totally boss." His knowledge astounds me, thrusts me within a realm of conscio ... Read on »
Happy Happy Joy Joy by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease For the first time in years, I am happy. In the midst of trauma and ever evolving crisis, I am happy. Deep within myself within my fibrous being, I am happy. This is mom ... Read on »