Most individuals who develop post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome, or PTLDS, also known as chronic Lyme disease, eventually recover, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Some individuals may conti... More »

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According to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Mayo Clinic, oral and intravenous antibiotics are used to treat early-stage Lyme disease, while later stages sometimes manifest chronic sy... More »

As of September 2015, there is no scientific or medical consensus on whether or not advanced Lyme disease is curable. While most experts agree that Lyme disease can be cured in its early stages, there is controversy over... More »

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People get Lyme disease from bacterium called Borrelia burgdorferi, which is contracted from bites from infected ticks, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. An infected tick must be attached to th... More »

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Lyme disease is seldom, if ever, fatal, according to the Michigan Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The tick-borne disease, left untreated, can cause arthritis, joint pain and neurologic abbnormalities such as f... More »

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Treatment for chronic Lyme disease include medications, stress relief activities, exercise and alternative medicine, such as traditional Chinese medicine. Chronic Lyme disease, also called post-treatment Lyme disease syn... More »

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Stay up to date on Tourette's syndrome treatments by regularly checking websites of organizations that offer treatment information, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Tourette Association of A... More »

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