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Joseph’s Recovery From Lyme Disease (Part 2)

From June 7th until June 20th, I was able to take my medications to treat my Lyme disease symptoms about every 12 hours or so.  I would take one pill at around 7:30 in the morning … and I would take another pill at around 7:30 in the evening.  I was able to crush my pills by putting the pills into a small Ziploc bag … and then I would crush the pill with a special hammer or something.

Then, after I crushed the pills, I would put them into my yogurt and I would mix them up until I was unable to see the pill.  Then I would take the pill while I was eating my yogurt.  At various times during those two weeks, I was almost unable to taste the pill because it was mixed in with the yogurt fairly well.  I also put the crushed pill into a cup of soy milk in the last days of my treatment.  My rash, which was on my right leg, would slowly begin to fade away.  The rash was gone before I was able to take every pill that was in the bottle.

Hopefully I won’t be able to go through it again for a while.  It was one of the worst experiences that I have ever had to go through.

Tomorrow, I will tell you how I’ve been able to stop myself from getting tick bites and/or Lyme disease while walking outdoors around my neighborhood.

By pghjoseph

My name's Joseph Pratt from Pittsburgh. The name of my blog is "Joseph Pratt's Interests And Some Other Things." In this blog, I will talk about the things that interest me the most ... and I will also talk about some exciting events that are going on in my life. I will try to blog once a day either four or five times a week. I hope you will like my blog as much as I do!

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