Had I known this, perhaps I would have invested less, emotionally and financially, in the multitude of therapies that I have tried. Perhaps I wouldn't have placed so much hope in treatments that ended up helping me only inches instead of miles. Perhaps I wouldn't have been disillusioned by minor gains, after thousands of dollars spent and much energy invested in my healing. Maybe I would have accepted that often, treatments only bring a sufferer 10-30% improvement, and that multiple interventions are required in order to move that percentage ever higher. Or would knowing all this have discouraged me from the outset?
I don't think so. Instead, I believe it would have better equipped me to fight the battle of illness. So it's why I'm sharing this information with you; that you might know what awaits you. It's not an easy road; it may require that you periodically try new strategies and that you don't give up on your healing when one or more of these bring only minimal improvement.
By knowing that there's no one-size-fits all approach to healing, you won't be tempted to believe that just because your neighbor was healed by antibiotics, that this means that you will be, too. Yes, you certainly could be, but you'll know it's wiser not to put all of your eggs into the proverbial antibiotic basket.
The good news is, however, that because multiple strategies for treating Lyme and co-infections exist, you have an array of options to choose from. If one thing doesn't work, there's always another: Pharmaceutical antibiotics, herbs, colloidal silver, MMS, IRT, Quantum Techniques, Rife machines, Salt/C, and so on. Further, by knowing that you can't base your own protocol upon what has worked for another (unless, of course, the number of success stories is sky-high), you will be better equipped to make well-informed decisions regarding your healing.