The vast majorities of patients have gone undiagnosed with Lyme Disease for long periods of time because of lack of awareness of the clinical presentation of Lyme disease, associated tick-borne co-infections and overlapping factors keeping patients ill. MSIDS (Multiple-Systemic Infectious Disease Syndrome) would better define these patients with Lyme disease and multiple co-infections who present with symptoms of chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, arthritis, headaches, sleep disorders, neuropsychiatric symptoms with cognitive dysfunction, and a host of other relapsing/remitting symptoms, where the etiology of the patient’s fatigue and multisystemic symptoms has not been able to be properly diagnosed and treated.

Get answers to your questions on chronic fatiguing/musculoskeletal illnesses. Stream the Integrative Healthcare symposium recorded presentation, Lyme disease and Multiple Systemic Infectious Disease Syndrome and Download the Associated White Paper.