My life Living with Lyme:
Living with an invisible disease is hard to explain to anyone who has never faced its daily struggles. The pain and suffering on the inside do not match how healthy you appear on the outside. I contracted Lyme disease, along with three co-infections on February 14, 2013. It wasn't until four years later I was finally diagnosed.
Many people think Lyme simply causes fatigue, but it's much more complicated. It's called the "Great Imitator" because its symptoms can mimic fibromyalgia and multiple sclerosis, and can affect any organ of the body including the brain, muscles and joints, and the heart. Lyme almost killed me, but God gave me a second chance. Many doctors believe there's no cure, but I'm working diligently with mine to fight my way into remission.
I encourage you to watch my series Living with Lyme and learn a little more about it:
"Lyme almost killed me, but God gave me a second chance."
Living with Lyme: Part One
Living with Lyme: Part Two