Good call copied to my droid for future reference Thanks.
Last edited by patjack; 06-10-2015 at 12:40.
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All the even pages are upside down!
Thank you for bringing to notice.
Ticks with Lyme disease have (apparently) been recently discovered in Lincolnshire, specifically around the parks of Lincoln, so it would seem its becoming more common?
I was bitten by my first tick in France in May and am still suffering from the complications of the bite itself and was in the hospital yesterday to get it looked at by a skin specialist, they are removing the bite area in 4 weeks. It appears like a spot/lump similar to a fly bite, and periodically flares up and itches. Could be coincidence and be something else but I did not show any other symptoms and they don't suspect anything other than maybe a bit of the tick left in, or coincidence and its a mole or something random.
I have converted these images into a pdf file, but the file size exceeds the forums max size for upload.
If anybody wants a pdf cop I could email it?
Hi folks - converted to PDF and shared via My Drive
here is the link lyme .pdf - Google Drive
Pay attention Gentlemen to these documents. I got Lymes in 2010, I had two years out on strong antibiotics, I now get arthritis in my hands and certainly don't have the energy and drive that I used to. And what is a snivel for most turns into man flu. And I was quickly diagnosed and treated by professors at the western general in Edinburgh who are leading a lot of the research into it.