Kate the (Almost) Great: What to do when a doctor isn’t listening to you
I bet almost everyone with fibromyalgia or chronic Lyme have experienced this. I know I have many, many times!
LymeDisease.org: Lyme patient/physician coalition goes international
More than 60 groups from six different countries have united to oppose the Infectious Diseases Society of America’s proposed Lyme disease treatment guidelines. This article includes links to the guidelines and info on how to submit your own comments.
Fibromyalgia News Today: ASIC3 protein may be involved in development of fibromyalgia muscle pain, mouse study suggests
Researchers continue to look for biomarkers that might be helpful in diagnosing fibromyalgia.
Intuition Physician: The good news and the bad news about 5G
Dr. Laura Koniver breaks down the research on 5G and how it might affect our bodies.
I’m posting this article since I know a lot of you are also diagnosed with ME/CFS. Good news!
This week on FedUpwithFatigue.com…
Ed Coghland, editor of National Pain Report, will host a Facebook Live Q & A on Thursday, Sept. 5, at 1 p.m. EDT, where he’ll discuss tips for sharing your chronic pain story in public forums, including the media, and answer your questions. Register here.
Labor Day sale…
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Chronic illness mentor Chinyere Williams posted a replay of her April webinar, “Two Missing Links to Healing Chronic Illness” (video, 55 minutes).
Check out Dr. Marty Ross’ latest webinar (video, 32 minutes) where he answered questions about Lyme disease from the public. Topics included leaky gut syndrome, treating bartonella, using low-dose naltrexone for autoimmune illness and more.
Dr. Ross holds these webinars at least a couple of times each month, so it’s a great opportunity to pick the brain of a Lyme doctor at no cost. He’s incredibly generous with his time and information, and I’ve found his webinars helpful in my own recovery. Dr. Ross is taking September off because he’s moving back to the west coast, but will likely resume his webinars in early October. You can sign up to be notified of his webinars on his website, TreatLyme.net, or subscribe to his YouTube channel where he posts the replays.