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What is LymeDiseaseResource.com?

LymeDiseaseResource.com is a website aimed at those interested in or suffering with Lyme disease and/or the many other infections carried by ticks.

You will find:

  • Up-to-date key information on the basics of Lyme disease and chronic Lyme disease.
  • The cause and ongoing status of the medical controversy surrounding chronic Lyme disease.
  • Current research regarding diagnosis and effective treatment of chronic Lyme disease.
  • Depository of useful articles on chronic Lyme disease.
  • Information about Lyme disease co-infections.
  • Book and product reviews and recommendations regarding treatment of symptoms suffered with chronic Lyme disease.
  • Popular Lyme disease treatment protocols with contact information.
  • Jenna’s Lyme Blog with Lyme News (comments and participation encouraged).
  • Personal stories about individual experience with Lyme disease.
  • Connection to Neuro-Lyme.com and Video Blog regarding all of the above.

Who Is Jenna Smith?

2014-1LymeDiseaseResource.com is written by Jenna Seaver, a writer who is a victim of Lyme disease herself. Formerly a successful entrepreneur, competitive equestrian, wife, mother to six and grandmother to seven, Jenna is now single having lost most of family, friends and unfortunately all her horses, dogs and cats as a result of this disease. Finally recovering (however slowly) after dozens of failed protocols Jenna now focuses on writing, Lyme activism and internet marketing.

 

You can find out more about Jenna on Facebook, and/or by reading the articles below.

 

 

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Email details to jenna@LymeDiseaseResource.com .

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10 Responses to About

  1. Howdy! This is my 1st comment here so I just wanted
    to give a quick shout out and say I truly enjoy reading your posts.

    Can you recommend any other blogs/websites/forums that
    deal with the same subjects? Appreciate it!

  2. Rebecca says:

    Someone close to me got lymes disease 3-4 years ago and she was not diagnosed for a year and a half. She was tested for a million things including lymes, and it came back negative at first, after a year and a half it was finally diagnosed and she had the iv treatment. She has arthritis type symptoms and chronic pain. She’s gone to so many doctors, but the problem is that so many don’t believe in chronic lymes. She has been put on medication for fibromyalgia, but its not working. One doctor even went far enough to tell her to go to a psychiatrist because her pain was all in her head. I have heard gluten-free helps it, but what do you recommend we do? I think she needs to find a doctor that deals with chronic lymes because, she doesn’t think anyone believes her situation.

    • Jenna Smith says:

      She needs a LLMD who will treat her for chronic Lyme. It is NOT all in her head (I had several doctors tell me that too and it is devastating!) I have been recovering very quickly after getting confirmation by Advanced Lab Services that I have an active Lyme infection in spite of all the antibiotics I have had and now am on 2 gramd of penicillin and 2 grams of Serrapeptase (to break down the biofilms that hide the colonies that protect Borrelia from the immune system and abx. They must be taken in tandem. She is NOT alone and I intend to release a book on scientific evidence for chronic Lyme along with my own personal story of “shadow boxing” the elusive chronic Lyme, then finally finding a cure. Yes, a cure. I think it will take time for the evidence and cure to spread but it is all science based with solid research. Tell your friend not to give up. And if she doesn’t have test results I recommend Advanced Lab Services – the polyclonal /DNA test.
      Blessings,
      Jenna

  3. May I simply say what a relief to discover somebody
    that really knows what they’re talking about online. You actually know how to bring an issue to light and make it
    important. More people really need to check this out and understand this side
    of your story. I can’t believe you are not more popular since you surely have
    the gift.

  4. Karen says:

    Hey, just wanted to let you know I received your most recent newsletter and it’s blank. Thought you should know. ;^)

  5. José francisco says:

    Buenas tardes jenna:
    Soy una persona que llevo desde que tengo uso de razón enfermo , con muchísimos dolores por todo el cuerpo con varias operaciones que me han hecho empeorar más y ahora cada dia tengo menos masa muscular ya casi no me puedo sentar y caminar poco y luego cada día con unas complicaciones que van y vienen. Me han dicho que podría tener la enfermedad de lyme, pero aquí en españa todo el mundo te niega esto y los médicos no te hacen ni caso. Me hicieron una analítica en Alemania y salía algo pero aquí no le han hecho caso. Me gustaría que me aconsejarás un buen médico y mejor persona, así como un protocolo o tratamiento y si me debo hacer otra analítica para confirmar esta enfermedad y donde aunque sea con un kit para enviarlo a otro lugar fuera de España.
    Gracias por todo y que DIOS te bendiga
    TRANSLATION: I am a person that I have since I sick reason , with many pains throughout the body with various operations that have made me any worse and now every day I have less muscle mass and hardly I can sit and walk soon and then every day with few complications that come and go. I’ve been told I might have Lyme disease , but here in Spain everyone will deny this and doctors do not make you any attention . I had an analytical in Germany and came here something but have not been ignored . I’d like a good doctor will counsel and better person as well as a protocol or treatment, and if I must do another analytics to confirm this disease and where albeit with a kit to send to another place outside Spain .
    Thank you all and God Bless You!

    • Jenna Seaver says:

      Gracias por escribir José ! Estoy encantado de recomendar mi propio médico de Lyme en España – Dr. Arca Prokop :
      Av . Comte Sallent 11. Pl . 5
      07003 Palma de Mallorca
      Baleares / España

      http://www.arkprokop.com/

      Tel . 0034 6550 97 307

      Dios te bendiga y le puede encontrar ayuda con su dolor y totalmente recuperarse.

      TRANSLATION:
      Thanks for writing Jose! I am happy to recommend my own Lyme doctor in Spain – Dr. Ark Prokop:
      Av. Comte Sallent 11. Pl. 5
      07003 Palma de Mallorca
      Baleares / Spain

      http://www.arkprokop.com/

      Tel. 0034 6550 97 307

      God Bless you and may you find help with your pain and fully recover.

  6. Susan Austin says:

    Hello Jenna,

    I’ve been on long-term antibiotic therapy for severe neuro-lyme. I am greatly improved, but joint pain in the legs remains and some cognitive symptoms that have not completely resolved. The main concern of my LLMD is that my CD57 natural killer cell count remains low. He says that the likelihood of a relapse is high if I stop antibiotics before the CD57 becomes within range. I have looked at the Cowden Protocol and Byron White to either do solely or to add in some elements along with the antibiotics. I read about the improvement on the Cowden Protocol. I’m wondering if you have used Byron White formulas or have research on the effectiveness of Byron White. I lean toward A-L Complex and a BW Detox formula.

    Thank you for providing so much great information.

    Blessings,
    Susan

    • Jenna Seaver says:

      Hi Susan – I have tried Cowden but not Byron White…A DO I went to years ago was very big on homeopathic remedies but it is my belief that Dr. Burrascano and Dr. Horowitz know WAY more about completely curing Lyme/co-infections and they promote antibiotics until you are completely symptom free for 3 months. The CD57 should go up as you feel better or you may have another infection keeping you sick.

      Neuro-Lyme is VERY difficult to deal with (on so many levels, as you undoubtedly know) and you need a multi-tiered approach. Don’t give up! It sounds like you are making progress so keep doing what is working but add another protocol to bust through to the next level of symptoms. As they say, treating Lyme is like peeling an onion.

      Best wishes, Jenna

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