Doctors near me doing stem cell injectionsLyme disease or Lyme borreliosis is an infectious disease that is caused by a bacteria, called Borrelia. It’s disseminated by Ixodes ticks. The most prominent sign is a “bull-eye” mark on the site of the insect bite. Some of the symptoms of this include chronic fatigue, headache, and fever.  The symptoms might worsen if left untreated. Some of the severe symptoms include facial paralysis, pains in the joint, heart disorders, and neck stiffness. The cause of death in fatal cases is atrioventricular node block. Doctors can buy stem cells online for the treatment of this medical condition.

Transmission of  Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is transmitted to humans by the bite of an infected Ixodes tick. Ticks are in the same family as spiders, mites, and scorpions. Ticks can be found in any place with moist air because they are really prone to drying out so people who spend time in woodland, moorland, rough pasture, forests, urban parks or health areas are more likely to get infected. Ticks become infected when they feed on small animals that carry the infection e.g. birds, voles, mice and squirrels. Not every tick carries the infection. Infection is transmitted in the saliva of the tick during feeding. Most tick bites happen in late spring, early summer and autumn because these are the times of year when most people take part in outdoor activities, such as hiking and camping.

Prevention of Lyme Disease

To reduce the risk of being bitten:

  • cover your skin while walking outdoors, you could pick long-sleeved tops and tuck your trousers into your socks
  • stay on the footpaths when taking a walk and avoid getting in the moist long grass that could be harboring ticks
  • check your skin for ticks anytime you go out, make sure to check hidden areas like your armpit and groin area and remove any ticks found immediately
  • checking your pets and making sure that they don’t bring home any ticks in their fur when you take them out.
  • use insect repellent on your clothes and  exposed skin – products containing DEET are best
  • wear light-colored clothing so ticks are easier to spot and brush off


Signs and symptoms of Lyme Disease

Early Symptoms – Many people with early-stage Lyme disease develop a distinctive circular rash at the site of the tick bite, usually around three to thirty days after being bitten. This is known as erythema migrans.

The rash is often described as looking like a bulls-eye on a dart board. The affected area of skin will be red and the edges may feel slightly raised.

The size of the rash can vary significantly and it may expand over several days or weeks. Typically it’s around 15cm (6 inches) across, but it can be much larger or smaller than this. Some people may develop several rashes in different parts of their body.

However, around one in three people with Lyme disease won’t develop this rash.

Some people with Lyme disease also experience flu-like symptoms in the early stages, such as tiredness (fatigue), muscle pain, joint pain, headaches, a high temperature (fever), chills and neck stiffness.

Late Symptoms – More serious symptoms may develop in several weeks, months or even years later if Lyme disease is left untreated or is not treated early on. These can include:

  • pain and swelling in the joints (inflammation around the joints)
  • problems affecting the nervous system – such as numbness and pain in your limbs, paralysis of your facial muscles, memory problems, difficulty concentrating or movement problems
  • heart problems – such as inflammation of the heart muscle (myocarditis) or sac surrounding the heart (pericarditis), heart block,  heart failure,
  • inflammation of the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord known as meningitis – which can cause a severe headache, a stiff neck, increased sensitivity to light and pain around the hips and knees when the legs are pulled up.

Some of these problems will get better slowly with treatment, although they can persist if treatment is started late.

A few people with Lyme disease go on to develop long-term symptoms similar to those of fibromyalgia ( like increased sensitivity to pain, muscle stiffness, difficulty in sleeping) or chronic fatigue syndrome. This is known as post-infectious Lyme disease. It’s not clear exactly why this happens, but it’s likely to be related to overactivity of your immune system rather than persistent infection.

Treatment of Lyme Disease

  • Oral Antibiotics – Lyme Disease is often treated with antibiotics such as doxycycline, cefuroxime, and amoxicillin. They could be prescribed as tablets, capsules or liquid. The antibiotics are usually taken over two weeks to a month. It is best not to stop taking the antibiotics before the course is finished.
  • Intravenous Antibiotics – If the disease involves the central nervous system, your doctor might recommend treatment with an intravenous antibiotic for 14 to 28 days. This is effective in eliminating infection, although it may take you some time to recover from your symptoms. Intravenous antibiotics can cause various side effects, including a lower white blood cell count, mild to severe diarrhea, or colonization or infection with other antibiotic-resistant organisms unrelated to Lyme.
  • Symptomatic treatment of complications
  • Post-treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome is a condition where patients continue having symptoms despite treatment. The cause is not yet known even though some school of thought thinks its due to an auto-immune reaction so there’s no established treatment yet.

Materials Needed For Lyme Disease Protocol

  1. 2 – 4 cc Umbilical Stem Cell
  2. IV Starter Kit (2 gauzes, tourniquet, tape, dressing, alcohol/chlora prep pad)
  3. 21 – 23G butterfly needle or IV catheter
  4. Pre-filled 10 cc syringe with 0.9% normal saline
  5. 18G X 3 inch drawing needle

Procedure For Lyme Disease Protocol

Utilizing the Stem Cell Infusion Protocol, infuse 2 to 4 cc’s of Umbilical Stem Cells into the patient. 1 month after the stem cell infusion, have the patient return for a 60 cc blood draw using Green top Tubes. (The initial 2 cc infusion of stem cells is designed to increase the circulating amount of CD57 in the patient’s body in order to optimize the CD57 Lyme Disease Therapy) The blood will be sent overnight, on gel packs, to our lab. Upon arrival at our lab, the blood will be spun down and the plasma retrieved. Utilizing a commercially available product

Stem Cell Therapy Procedure For Lyme Disease

Stem cell therapy is a good alternative to antibiotics in the treatment of this disease. Below are some of the materials needed for the procedure.


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