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Lyme Disease & Mold Biotoxin Illness – BioNexus Health Podcast: Ep. 14

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Aggie describes her daughter, Megan, as the "Energizer Bunny." Megan was an "A" student, always on the go. She was an all-around athlete who hopped from one practice to another or hit the books, always trying to do better.

During her freshman year of high school (9th grade), she took the dog for a walk. A few days later, Megan found a large tick on herself. They removed it. Aggie did some online research, but the information she found made it seem that the symptoms Megan had shown too soon, so it must have been a "coincidence." They continued with life.

For over a year, Megan struggled with fatigue. Then, the year after that, she had flu-like symptoms during the summer. Megan's symptoms escalated into the fall. Finally, she expressed frustration with her growing symptoms and felt that there was something wrong.

Aggie sought medical advice, but there was not a clear direction because tests kept coming back negative.

One doctor suggested Lyme disease, and they should try IGeneX to test for Lyme disease. The traditional Lyme disease tests work roughly 30% of the time, whereas IGeneX is 90% accurate.

Due to the cost, the family put it on hold. But, when a friend mentioned it saved her life. So, they signed up for the test, and finally, she tested positive for Lyme disease and co-infections.

Unfortunately, that was the beginning of her positive tests. She attended six days of school in the first several weeks of her senior year (12th grade).

Listen to Aggie share her daughter's journey with Lyme disease and mold biotoxin illness.


Dr. Jodie A. Dashore, Ph.D. (Integrative Medicine), OTD (Neurology), MSc (Neurology), HHP, BCIP, CCH, RH (AHG)

Welcome to the BioNexus Health podcast with Dr. Jodie A. Dashore, who holds a Ph.D. in integrative medicine, a Doctorate in OT, specializing in neurology, is board-certified in Integrative Pediatrics, an internationally recognized pioneering clinician, registered herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild, and author. Her naturopathic journey began when her son, who was diagnosed with autism, developed a series of traumatic, life-threatening chronic health issues. For over a decade, she’s honed her skills to combine the ancient ayurvedic healing practices of her homeland with western herbal medicine that has helped patients in over fifty countries and recovered her son, who is on his own journey towards becoming a physician.

Master herbalist Dr. Dashore and guests explore and share information and stories about recovering and healing from chronic and environmental illnesses such as mold/ biotoxin illness, Lyme disease, autism spectrum disorder, fatigue, Crohn's and colitis, mast cell activation syndrome, PANS, and more.


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