I was reading a comment on the Lyme Whisperer this morning from a note of a person who was taken to the hospital with stroke symptoms. She found herself back at the amusement park the next day going strong and having fun. I to had a similar experience but was very ignorant to what was coming. I was told that tomorrow your experience will probably be worse with more paralysis in the face and numbness in the arms and legs on the opposite side. I was told I had Bells Palsy at a local EM room. Back in 89, as I am sure it was an accurate diagnosis for those days. My right side of my face drop to my shoulder, I felt weak, and as I tried to continue with my day, the man in charge at the trucking company told me to get help and that took me of the road for 6 months until the doctors were sure it was not a stroke. That was one hell of a ride.
For the person in the Lyme Whisperer article who wondered what happened. I now agree that Bells Palsy is an ongoing experience with me as I have relapses from time to time. Although they I have been better since getting good lyme disease help. I also include some of this in my book " My Successes Through Challenge and Adversity" I don't know if this person knows she has Lyme or not but if she does and does not get to a lyme literate Doctor and this does not mean a doctor who walks in the woods or knows what a black legged tick is or had one on his leg once. She/he should seek out a lyme Literate Doctor soon through their local Lyme organization. If that is a problem and do not Know how to do that. Type National Lyme disease assoc. into your browser and you are on you way. They will help direct you in the right direction. If that is still a problem you can email me through my contact page on my site and we will work together in getting you to help. www.throughchallenge.com