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by X-member
Wed 6 Jun 2012 16:49
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: The problem in Sweden (and maybe in other places in Europe)
Replies: 8
Views: 3568

Re: The problem in Sweden

I wrote (in the first post): But we have no such specialists in Sweden, so many people must travel to Germany or Norway to get help. And it is expensive too. Now a couple of Swedish "special Lyme cases" have had some of their costs (for their treatment in Germany or Norway) covered by Försäkringskas...
by X-member
Wed 6 Jun 2012 16:42
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: The problem in Sweden (and maybe in other places in Europe)
Replies: 8
Views: 3568

Re: The problem in Sweden

Dr MacDonald have posted some interesting information about neuroborreliosis in the topic below: "Lyme Neuroborreliosis Review - Germany" http://www.lymeneteurope.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=3880 Some quotes (more to read in that topic): In North America, the manifestation of LNB is less character...
by X-member
Wed 6 Jun 2012 16:38
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: The problem in Sweden (and maybe in other places in Europe)
Replies: 8
Views: 3568

Re: The problem in Sweden

In the Swedish recommendations (almost) the only symptom ACA (acrodermatitis) is found when it comes to chronic Lyme borreliosis/stage 3. But I have posted more symptoms when it comes to a disseminated B Afzelii-infection (and more information) in the topic below: "Info about (mainly) B Afzelii" htt...
by X-member
Wed 6 Jun 2012 0:43
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: Why the heck are so few European people on this board?
Replies: 16
Views: 4880

Re: Why the heck are so few European people on this board?

My answer was for what you claimed, that IDSA say (compared to what we can see in the Swedish recommendations). You Spanky can look at the title of this thread instead.
by X-member
Tue 5 Jun 2012 23:09
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: Why the heck are so few European people on this board?
Replies: 16
Views: 4880

Re: Why the heck are so few European people on this board?

Spanky: I think that it is more realistic to think about it as the IDSA says, more in terms of the degree of the individual patient's involvement. The treatment in Sweden for stage 2 (early, disseminated Lyme), neuroborreliosis based on rather good studies: 14 days of oral Doxy, 200 mg/day. The trea...
by X-member
Tue 5 Jun 2012 21:08
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: Why the heck are so few European people on this board?
Replies: 16
Views: 4880

Re: Why the heck are so few European people on this board?

I am not talking about you, Spanky. But what you say is actually a problem, because when I talk about (or ask about) chronic Lyme borreliosis , I am "not allowed" to do this in this forum. I have to call it late Lyme disease, instead. The definition of late Lyme disease that is used in this forum ev...
by X-member
Tue 5 Jun 2012 17:37
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: The complete Text IDSA guidelines 4/22/2010
Replies: 20
Views: 4364

Re: The complete Text IDSA guidelines 4/22/2010

If you (Spanky and Bagge) have some problem with me trying to point out what information a physician can not find in the IDSA guidelines, then contact admin.

Edit to add:

Thank you!
by X-member
Tue 5 Jun 2012 16:13
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: The complete Text IDSA guidelines 4/22/2010
Replies: 20
Views: 4364

Re: The complete Text IDSA guidelines 4/22/2010

I mentioned "special Lyme cases" earlier and this can be people that have some kind of immunodeficiency (like I have), but if I understand the anwers in this topic correct, this is something that only ILADS know something about. But, if some physicians read in this forum, I give you some information...
by X-member
Mon 4 Jun 2012 22:59
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: The complete Text IDSA guidelines 4/22/2010
Replies: 20
Views: 4364

Re: The complete Text IDSA guidelines 4/22/2010

Funny reaction after my rather simple question! ;)
by X-member
Mon 4 Jun 2012 21:40
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: The complete Text IDSA guidelines 4/22/2010
Replies: 20
Views: 4364

Re: The complete Text IDSA guidelines 4/22/2010

Henry: The game is over. Is that the solution to this problem? Then, I have to ask (again, since I have asked before) where physicians can find help/information (if this help/information can not be found in IDSA:s guidelines) when it comes to "special Lyme cases" as in the information from Europe th...