What can happen if Lyme Disease is not treated?
Lyme Disease affects every system of the human body. There can be severe problems that can occur if Lyme Disease is not treated. One of the worse outcomes of untreated Lyme Disease is paralysis.
Yes. It is only in very extreme cases where Lyme Disease isn't diagnosed and treated for a long period of time that it is fatal. It isn't the Lyme Disease that would be fatal but rather complications and co-infections that could result from the disease going untreated. In some cases, Lyme Disease that isn't treated for an extended time may lead to paralysis. Most often, Lyme Disease is discovered and treated before any permanent damage… Read More
Antibiotics taken 14 days are very effective in the first stage of Lyme disease.
Early stage Lyme disease is normally treated with doxycycline or amoxicillin, depending on the patient.
Yes, the active disease process can be stopped by antibiotics. The term chronic lyme disease is often used for patients where the disease is recurring. This is because the disease stays dormant or in remission once it is introduced to the bloodstream. It is still there but can remain inactive or dormant forever in some patients and then many patients have recurring Lyme for years. There are also many co-infections that are associated with Lyme… Read More
Yes. Nerve damage is possible by the spirochete that causes Lyme disease. That nerve damage, if not treated promptly, can be permanent.
Lyme disease CAN, yes, kill you, RARELY, but yes it can. I know because i have seen it happen. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Lyme disease is not normally fatal but the symptoms of a chronic infection are horrendous .
In most cases, yes. Lyme Disease is treated with anti-biotics. It is only in cases where the disease is left untreated for some time that is becomes more difficult to cure. There are also co-infections associated with Lyme disease. There can also be permanent nerve damage, arthritis from Lyme disease and other complications that require treatment even after the Lyme disease is in remission.
Antibiotic drugs are prescribed to patients of Lyme disease. It is best to see a physician who specializes in infectious disease so that they can determine the best treatment for you. Physicians who are not as familiar with Lyme disease can still prescribe an antibiotic but may not be able to oversee continuing treatment. If caught early, Lyme disease can be treated successfully and put into remission. For more information about Lyme disease, visit www.lyme.org.
Lyme disease can be dormant for years and become an active infection due to high fever, stress or other health problems or conditions. Lyme disease that is active can be treated with antibiotics and become dormant. Lyme can be considered a "hidden" disease due to the fact that it can be in a dormant state for years. For more information about Lyme disease, go to www.lyme.org and http://www.lymediseaseassociation.org
If your dog is diagnosed with lyme disease Will she act diffrently or die from it or will it ever go away?
There are antibiotics for Lyme Disease. The dog should be treated or it may get complications from this disease just like humans.
Yes, Lyme Disease is a multisystem spirochetal disorder. If not diagnosed and treated early, Lyme Disease can affect other parts of the body, including the eyes. It can cause blurred vision, floaters and even pain in the eye. There are many ocular manifestations from Lyme Disease but proper treatment can improve symptoms.
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Yes it is. If it isn't treated over time, the nerves of your body will break down, and the disease can be fatal.
While antibiotics are essential in treating Lyme disease, many alternative therapies may minimize symptoms, improve the immune response, and help treat late disseminated or chronic disease.
Patients who are treated early with antibiotics and take their medications on schedule should recover completely from Lyme disease. Most long-term effects of the infection result from misdiagnosis or delayed treatment
Lyme Disease is named after the town of Lyme, Connecticut. This is where Lyme Disease started.
Lyme disease is usually treated with a course of antibiotics and should show improvement. If no improvement a 2nd course can be used but, according to the CDC, long term antibiotic use has no positive impact on the disease and carries all the risks associated with antibiotic use. Chronic Lyme disease can be a questionable diagnosis because if it was Lyme in the 1st place and was treated with appropriate antibiotics there should be improvement… Read More
Get tested for Lyme disease for one, and have it treated if you have it. I believe papaya also helps.
Lyme disease originated in Lyme, Connecticut.
Lyme disease can hide for long periods within the body in a clinically latent state. That ability explains why symptoms can recur in cycles and can flare up after months or years, even over decades
Lyme disease is spread by ticks. Lyme disease can be pretty much everywhere.
Lyme disease is only known as Lyme disease. There are co-infections of Lyme disease that may be mistaken as other names for the disease but they are actually a different infectious disease. For more information about Lyme disease, go to www.lyme.org and http://www.lymediseaseassociation.org
Yes. Visit your doctor for an antibiotic. If you do not treat it early it could attack your immune system and muscular system. Second Answer: Lyme disease is treated with antibiotic drugs as determined by the physician. There are several different antibiotics that can be prescribed for Lyme disease, depending on the symptoms present in the patient and how long they have been infected. In some patients who have been untreated for a significant period… Read More
Lyme disease was first identified in 1975 in Lyme, Connecticut.
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I haven't heard of Lyme disease being called by any other name. There are co-infections of Lyme disease that are named but they are different from Lyme disease.
The scientific name for Lyme disease is Lyme disease. Borreliosis is a term that can be used, but it is more generic and refers to infections of any borrelia bacteria. Lyme borreliosis is more specific and can be used instead of Lyme disease.
yes, Lyme Disease is treatable.
"la maladie de Lyme" is the French spelling for 'Lyme disease'.
Lyme disease is generally not considered as a sexually transmitted disease. So no, a woman can't give Lyme disease to a man.
Ticks carry Lyme Disease.
Blacklegged ticks are carriers of lyme disease
I believe wood ticks do not carry lyme disease. Deer ticks are the ones that carry lyme disease.
Lyme disease can occur anywhere there are infected ticks. If a tick is carrying the lyme disease, and you get bit, no matter where you are, you can catch it.
Yes, lyme disease is a bacterial disease
Equine lyme is lyme disease in horses.
No. Lyme disease and Mad Cow are two very different diseases. Lyme disease is caused by ticks, and mad cow is caused by a prion.
it was named after a town in Connecticut because all these people were getting lyme disease...me my mom and my step dad all had lyme disease
Which statement best describes why lyme disease can be treated with antibiotics while influenza cannot?
influenza is a virus and not bacteria, so antibiotics will have no effect. Lyme's disease is a bacteria so they do work
Lyme disease, or Lyme borreliosis, is a bacterial infection spread to humans by infected ticks.
There is no patron saint agains Lyme Disease.
Yes, it is possible to die from Lyme disease but it is rare.
Lyme disease is the same for everybody.
Borreliosis is another name for lyme disease.
Lyme disease is spread by ticks, which are considered parasites.
Yes, Lyme Disease is noncommunicable, it cannot be passed from person to person.
Mouse dropping can carry disease, but Lyme disease is not one of those.
Anyone, human or animal, can get Lyme disease, no one is immune on record. People who are bitten by ticks may get Lyme Disease, but not all bitten people will get it.
Lyme disease was first given its name for the town where there was a group of people with the same symptoms. In the towns of Lyme and Old Lyme in Connecticut.
Cushings can be deadly if not treated. GO GET TREATED!