It’s epidemic. We don’t really know where it’s coming from, it’s one of the most complex diseases to date.
Estimates and treatments are constantly changing because bacteria and co-infections are constantly changing (adaptation).
It is a bacterium called Spirochete.
There are 3 forms:
Borrelia Burgdorferi (US)
Borrelia Afzelii (Europe)
Borellia Garinii (Europe)
Doctors have difficulty diagnosing and treating it and there are many twists and turns in the treatment of symptoms and medications .
3 to 30 days after the injection, a skin lesion called chronic migrant erythema.
(EMC) (initially discovered by Lipschutz).
This non-inflammatory, annular lesion has little or no pruritus.
The center of the lesion is the puncture site and the centrifugally evolving diameter can reach 10 cm.
This CME is observed in only 50% of cases, but its presence is sufficient to establish the diagnosis.
It disappears spontaneously without treatment after 3 to 4 weeks.
During this primary phase, asthenia, febrile illness, headache and myalgia may occur.
Joint, neurological, dermatological, ophthalmic and cardiac disorders may occur.
Joint disorders: The most common symptom of the disease is Lyme arthritis. It is characterized by a sudden monoarthritis affecting the large joints, especially the knee.
It can occur after the bite between 2 weeks and 2 years.
Neurological disorders or early neuroborreliosis
Meningoradiculitis occurs between 5 and 90 days after the tick bite.
Severe root pain, sensitivity disorders, damage to peripheral and cranial nerves (Garin-Bujadoux-Bannwarth syndrome), facial or oculomotor paralysis, sudden deafness or vestibular syndromes.
Meningitis, myelitis and encephalitis complete the picture of neurological disorders.
Lymphocytoma borrelian is a painless nodule with a lupoid appearance, pink, red or blue in color, measuring 1 to 5 cm, typically located on the earlobe in children and on the areola in adults.
This clinical manifestation is rare but more frequent in children (7%) than adults (2%).
Cardiac and ophthalmic disorders
More rarely, myocarditis is most often asymptomatic,
Variable ophthalmic disorders in 1% of cases…
Late neuroborreliosis can occur between 6 months and more than 10 years after the tick bite.
Progressive encephalomyelitis and axonal sensory polyneuropathies are most often seen and associated with chronic atrophic acrodermatitis.
Dermatological disorders Chronic atrophic acrodermatitis mainly affects European women and begins several months or years after infection.
The early stage of chronic atrophic acrodermatitis is characterized by inflammation associated with diffuse erythema, blue, purple or red with a change in the texture of the skin surface.
Locations are variable: back of the hand, back of the foot, heel, knee, thigh, buttocks. The surface of the skin becomes very thin and lets the underlying venous network show through. Losses of elastic fibers and pilosebaceous follicles multiply, atrophy progresses and becomes permanent.
Chronic destructive arthritis In the late phase, joint disorders that are not treated or resistant to antibiotic therapy take on a chronic and painful form.
In curotherapy this is how this phenomenon is seen:
Lyme disease: as a result of physical tick bites, causes infections of various organs and pain everywhere. Small etheric tick-shaped parasites are in the blood. The mother looks like a big cloudy tick that surrounds the person, and is fixed by 2 hooks in the back. Curotherapy can accelerate the process of self-healing.
Here are several videos on Lyme disease:
If you have any questions or to make an appointment, send me a message 😉
Have a great day !
Baptiste Therapist (Energetic harmonization of places and people, Curotherapy & Tarot de Marseille)