Lyme Disease..Are you a victim?….Greetings Hamptons MouthPiece readers….bringing you information you may not be aware of…Today’s topic is Lyme Disease…Many of friends have been victims of Lyme disease and 2 years ago I was diagnosed with Lyme Disease…I was very ill for many weeks and really thought that I was loosing my mind because my doctor did not know what was wrong with me. Thinking back it would have seemed that doing a lyme test would have been the most logical call to action, unfortunately doctors hands are tied and many insurance agencies dictate which test can be administered. Since I did not complain about being bitten by a tick the test was not an immediate decision by my physician. I am not an exception to the rule there are thousands of people who are bitten by a tick and unaware of it. I am well now but not 100% better, I still feel some residual effects from the Lyme but I am very happy that I was finally diagnosed. Know this you have to be your own advocate and if you are not feeling well then 90% of time something is wrong…BE PERSISTENT and demand a test if your mind is telling you that it may be Lyme..

I bring to your attention this Special Documentary Screening on September 16th 2011 at 7pm.“UNDER OUR SKIN” a shocking, real-life thriller that exposes the controversy surrounding LYME disease by: documentary filmaker Andy Abrahams Wilson…
LTV Studio 3 Cinema, 75 Industrial Rd..Wainscot, NY ($15 tickets at the door)
Panel talk follows film with Dr. Joseph Burrascano renowned Lyme Disease specialist and Stacey Sobel, of Turn the Corner Foundation for Lyme research & education.

For more information check out the website….The Hamptons Take 2 documentary Film Festival will be November 18-20 and submission are now open…


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