Diagnostic Checklists for Lyme (and Candida)
This page is an informational gateway page as a diagnostic aid to answer the question: “Do I have the symptoms of Lyme Disease?” Of the several links, there are two lyme diagnostic tools: a short checklist version and a longer essay version, and two diagnostic candida (yeast) tools — again, a short checklist and a long essay. The combination of these should give the reader a good indication as to whether or not to pursue further medical diagnosis.
- The 46 Question Checklist — This is a quick checklist to give one an idea as to whether or not Lyme may be an issue. (Based on the Burrascano “Guidelines“)
- When To Suspect Lyme Disease — For one who is beginning to suspect some commonalities with lyme, and needs to read something in much more depth, this is a longer essay, by John D. Bleiweiss, M.D
- Checklist for candidiasis (yeast) condition— This is a short checklist for this common lyme co-factor infection. I urge anyone who is either on antibiotics currently, or who has been on them in the past, to glance at this page.
- Candida in-depth discussion — For those who believe that candida (yeast) is something that they need to look into in depth, this lengthy essay discusses where it comes from, and what to do about it.
- Finding a Doc — When one decides to seek further, this page offers three suggestions to help find a Lyme-literate doc in your geographic area.
- (Area of future development) — As the data begins to come in from the long-awaited survey study, we will publish the info here. This will detail the statistics of what works, and what doesn’t; and which areas of the country are properly reporting lyme. If you’ve had a treatment, and have not yet taken the survey, please help us — indeed, all of us — with your participation.