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Is there a cure for Lyme disease?

With the rising incidence of Lyme disease, many patients are wondering if there is a cure for the disease, and the answer is simple and succinct: Lyme disease can be cured. The lack of knowledge of a solution or the lack of reliable information about treatments makes it necessary to publish this explanatory article giving facts on the one hand, and a little bit of hope on the other.

In this article, we will also answer how to cure Lyme disease, although there are several different treatments that are adapted according to the condition of the person and the time that has passed since the tick bite.

How to cure Lyme disease

The Lyme disease has consequences It is therefore important to apply the appropriate treatment in order to overcome this pathology as soon as possible. It is important to treat it in time because the Lyme disease can cause death.

Diagnosis of Lyme

The diagnosis of Lyme disease at the Biosalud Day Hospital clinic consists of two distinct phases. Firstly, we recommend the Lyme test which are a series of questions and answers about related symptoms because Lyme disease is known as "the great imitator" because it closely resembles other ailments. The next step is to perform a Lymecheck blood tests to certify that the patient has Lyme disease.

Treatment of Lyme disease

At Biosalud we carry out a Lyme treatment which differs from other treatments in its personalisation and ad hoc design. The neurotoxins produced by Lyme and the weakened immune system of the patient make it a complex treatment. The method includes antibiotics, conventional medicine and biological medicine, such as oxythermia, as well as molecular and body hyperthermia.

Consequences and mortality of Lyme

Lyme cannot be a disease to live with because it has consequences for the body and can even cause death. It is therefore important to treat as soon as possible, with the aim of eliminating all the toxins in the patient's body.

The Lyme disease is still an infection transmitted by the bite of a tick that was itself infected with Borrelia burgdorferi. If containment measures are not implemented soon, it can lead to a Chronic Lyme and serious.

From Biosalud Day Hospital we would like to emphasise, once again, that the Lyme disease can be cured and that it is important to tackle the problem as early as possible, before the disease spreads through the body. If you suspect you have the disease because of the symptoms or because you have found a tick attached to your skin, it is ideal to diagnose it with the Lymecheck blood test so that a tailor-made treatment can be prepared to put an end to the infection as quickly as possible.

Mariano Bueno

Dr. Mariano Bueno and his team

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