Couldn't find what you looking for?

TRY OUR SEARCH!


Hi! I have borreliosis caused by a bite from a tick that is infected with Lyme bacteria. My doctor thinks that I have some hormone deficiencies. Can you tell me something about boreolosis and hormone deficiencies?

Loading...


Hi! The endocrine glands produce hormones. Borreliosis patients usually have multiple endocrine hormone deficiencies. Symptoms and diseases caused by endocrine hormone deficiencies are similar to those caused by tick-borne infections and hypercoagulation. The three treatments with the most dramatic results in borreliosis patients are antibiotics, heparin and hormones, and patients seem to do better when all three treatments are done. So, I think that you need some tests to confirm hormone deficiencies. Talk with your doctor about hormone therapy.
Reply

Loading...