Lyme disease: A differential diagnosis

Lyme disease: A differential diagnosis

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I will like to emphasise the write up on Lyme disease with some case history. Mrs O.S. was 56 years old when she came to Mart-life Detox Clinic in 2012 because she had signs of adrenal fatigue. Her weight had increased from 72.5kg to 83.4kg, she had difficulty in sleeping, constipation and joint pains.

She went through our bioenergetics profiling that made a diagnosis of lactose intolerance, fructose and histamine intolerances. A Mayr therapy protocol that included a diet regime, foot detox, physiotherm, sea-oxygen, hypoxicator and colon irrigations were administered on her for 10 days. She lost 10.8kg and left the centre hale, hearty and refreshed with a weight of 72.5kg.

She returned to the centre last October with complaints of severe back pain radiating all the way to the back of the leg, making it difficult to walk properly or to stand for a long time without pain.

She had been to a doctor who ordered a magnetic resonance imaging test, which showed degeneration of the intervertebral disc and distortions on the nerve root at the lumbar vertebral levels.

She confirmed she has travelled to USA and Asia and did a lot of gardening. These are possible areas for Lyme infestation through tick bite or other flies. A bioenergetics test confirmed, among others, Lyme III Barbesia weakness.

We commenced anti Lyme therapy and other Mayr protocols for her. Her condition improved and she was able to walk for a slightly longer time.

Hear her, “My condition was still not as good as I wanted. In December, I was on vacation to Europe, so I visited the Mart-Life sister clinic in Austria to seek a second opinion about my therapy. It was a very long and tedious journey, changing several planes, but I managed.

“The next day, I met the doctor at the clinic and showed him the X-ray and gave all my complaints.

A sample of my blood was sent to a special laboratory in Germany that uses an advanced assay called Eliza to test for Lyme infestation.

“I was, however, placed on a similar therapy I had undergone at Mart-Life Lagos, in addition to physiotherapy while awaiting the result from Germany.

The result came back by the time I left for Lagos. It confirmed that I had four types of Lyme – Lyme Bordoferri, Lyme Barbesia, Lyme Borrelia, and Lyme Garinni at different levels.

“I showed it to Prof. Oladapo Ashiru at the Mart-Life Clinic. He was happy to see the confirmation and expanded the intensity of treatment, which he said would last over one month. Today, I am very happy with my weight. I also watch carefully what I eat and ensure that I put on protective clothing when working in the garden.

Case 2

Mr. G.A is a 44-year-old man who was referred to Mart-Life by a doctor before commencing infertility therapy.

He weighed 163kg, had blurred vision and extremely low sperm. Bioenergetics analysis showed several issues, including pituitary weakness and Lyme, which has been reported to cause infertility.

A blood hormone panel showed that the prolactin level was 4620.0 iu/ml (almost 4,000 fold the normal level as seen in tumour of the pituitary gland).

Lyme therapy and Mayr protocols were administered, with carbagoline for his elevated prolactin hormone. He spent 10 days using all our therapeutic protocols, including physiotherm, hypoxicator and foot detox with orthomolecular supplements.

At the end of the therapy, he had lost 18kg. Mr. G.A was advised to continue his therapy at home for one month. He came back one month after the therapy and his vision had greatly improved. The prolactin level is now 110.0 iu/ml and slightly improved sperm count. His current weight is now 135kg.

Case 3

Mrs. Y.T was a 49-year old lady who came to Mart-Life with a complaint of severe headache that was not responding to any analgesic. She had done a brain scan that showed no abnormality.

She was to travel abroad for further investigation. A friend had told her about us. We took her through the same procedure as above.

Her Lyme variant is known to cause severe headache and, sometimes, meningitis. She was treated accordingly and has felt much better with no headache for over four months.

Lyme disease is an important medical condition that is usually under-diagnosed. Several signs and symptoms described in this series are not confined to Lyme alone and may be due to other factors.

It is being suggested, however, that such varied type of illness will require one to rule out Lyme infestation, especially with its alarming spread.



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