Nicolenya Caltman
8/10/2017 · 6 min read · ~100
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Lyme Poems

Lyme Poems

The Little Lymie What’s happened, to my person? No, remnant; of the I before- just shadows; taunting lost, face lost, grace tucked away in my, hiding space lost, beauty not, seen dying… in the in-between waiting… to be sprung on again....

Nicolenya Caltman
8/10/2017 · 15 min read · ~10 · 1
What You May Or May Not Know About Lyme Disease

What You May Or May Not Know About Lyme Disease

FROM THE BOOK I AM WRITING: (excuse any typos this is in the unedited phase)WhatYou May Or May Not Know About Lyme Before I even start in this section, whatworked for me might not work for you, or it might. I am not a doctor. I canonly speak from...

Nicolenya Caltman

Nicolenya Caltman

thanks for sharing

8/10/2017
Nicolenya Caltman
8/10/2017 · 1 min read · ~10
To lyme poetry and 2 more
Force Of Nature

Force Of Nature

Forceof Nature Whoknows how long the locusts have been eating away at me? turnedme from a mighty, little tree, to a weak stem; a sucker... Tohave so much of myself stripped away; so, painful... Yet;I am expected to carry on, even though I am...

Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
3/9/2016 · 1 min read · +400 · 3
Cherishing the Moments

Cherishing the Moments

  / by Dr Margaret Aranda /                                 The Partial Solar Eclipse of the Moon.  Suits the cherishing of the moments.There is just no way to sayHow I feel this moment strayBungled bewildered tropical tanSeagulls...

Dale Masters

Dale Masters

It'll be an eyeblink for you until you see me, no matter how long it is here for me. It's outside of time and space. See you in the Kingdom, Mandi Loren. Love you. Always.

28/9/2016
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28/9/2016
Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
4/9/2016 · 14 min read · 1K
Invisible Illness: Lyme Disease

Invisible Illness: Lyme Disease

 / by Dr Margaret Aranda / Invisible Illnesses are fraught with interspersed layers of complexity. There's the diagnosis, which could take 10 years and 10 doctors, untold time and money wasted with improper diagnoses and failure to treat until...

Anonymous

I have recently heard about this here in the US for the first time. I am not sure that we have it in Germany. It seems you have a lot of insight and expertise on this mysterious disease. I know someone who´s partner has this disease and will send them your link.

9/9/2016
Ben Pinto

Ben Pinto

As it is one of the newer diseases we still have much research to do on this. My stepfather had many complications due to the disease and just like your article points out, there is so much in the way of confirming the disease to trying to combat it that years go by. Today he is about 95 years old, in hospice care, and with advanced dementia has the mind of a toddler at best.

8/9/2016

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