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Lyme disease isn’t always easily detectable

0 2 years ago

Hopefully, by now you are aware of the dangers ticks can cause to humans and livestock. Recently, there have been many articles published on this topic. The threat from tick vectoring diseases have steadily increased over the years, and this trend will more than likely continue as new tick species invade our land.

This year, when out checking cattle, fixing fence lines or feeding hay, take caution from my tale and be observant of ticks and be proactive in preventing a tick-vectored disease.

Through sharing my Lyme disease story and symptoms during programs and events over the past few years, I have successfully helped multiple farmers get an accurate Lyme disease diagnosis after they had been feeling ill for an extended period without knowing why.

It is my hope that this article may help you or someone you know who has been suffering from an unknown illness by providing answers with a firsthand description of symptoms caused by Lyme disease.

My experience with Lyme disease had a detrimental effect on me, my former spouse and my family. Both my ex-wife and I contracted the neurological disease in late 2018. Even though we have both recovered, my family dynamics have been forever changed.


Toward the end of 2018, we started feeling off or sick. At first, we both dismissed how we felt like either a cold or a virus. However, as time went by, we never recovered from the initial sickness and slowly our health deteriorated.

My symptoms included severe fatigue, increased blood pressure, weak muscles, extreme light-headedness and it was hard to sit up for extended periods of time. I had no energy — zero.


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