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Interesting to read - be aware of the symptoms!!! There isn't always a rash. I was lucky, I found the rash last summer and was treated in stage 1 with no long-term or recurring symptoms. With its prevalence around here, I don't understand why it isn't one of the first things checked for when there is a persistent, unknown illness. I'm hearing more and more about multiple dr visits before Lymes is even considered. It seems to me there would be fewer chronic cases if it were tested for more often. Quick Transmigration : Male God is mine!!

The Four Stages of Lyme Disease Lyme disease is a progressive illness occurring in three initial stages, and ending in a chronic phase. Progression through these stages in humans can take a number of months or even years.www.google.com