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    Lyme disease cause paralysis and eye issues?

    My friend has became paralyzed and is now experiencing progressive vision loss because their Lyme disease was completely untreated. Are there any support groups on Zoom or in Miami for people with neurologic problems from Lyme disease? Are there any tips on how to use a white cane for blind from a wheelchair?
    Mild Spastic Diplegia Cerebral Palsy and bad proprioception.
    My website for my original short films! http://cripvideoproductions.com/astrokeofendurance.php

    #2
    Well, this might be of some help though the support groups listed aren't in Miami. Maybe some of the other resources listed will lead to something useful:

    Only registered and activated users can see links., Click Here To Register...

    If your friend has paralysis, I'm not sure that's ever a feature in Lyme disease. Could there be something else going on with your friend's health?

    There are quite a few resources for blind people, and O&M (Orientation and Mobility) training seems to be the way to learn to use a white cane while in a wheelchair. This tells a little about it:

    Only registered and activated users can see links., Click Here To Register...

    SPMS diagnosed 1980. Avonex 2001-2004. Copaxone 2006-2009. Glatopa (glatiramer acetate = Copaxone) since December 2020.

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      #3
      Originally posted by agate View Post
      Well, this might be of some help though the support groups listed aren't in Miami. Maybe some of the other resources listed will lead to something useful:

      Only registered and activated users can see links., Click Here To Register...

      If your friend has paralysis, I'm not sure that's ever a feature in Lyme disease. Could there be something else going on with your friend's health?

      There are quite a few resources for blind people, and O&M (Orientation and Mobility) training seems to be the way to learn to use a white cane while in a wheelchair. This tells a little about it:

      Only registered and activated users can see links., Click Here To Register...
      This person has many physical disabilities as a result of nervous system malfunction.
      Mild Spastic Diplegia Cerebral Palsy and bad proprioception.
      My website for my original short films! http://cripvideoproductions.com/astrokeofendurance.php

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        #4
        Originally posted by agate View Post
        Well, this might be of some help though the support groups listed aren't in Miami. Maybe some of the other resources listed will lead to something useful:

        Only registered and activated users can see links., Click Here To Register...

        If your friend has paralysis, I'm not sure that's ever a feature in Lyme disease. Could there be something else going on with your friend's health?

        There are quite a few resources for blind people, and O&M (Orientation and Mobility) training seems to be the way to learn to use a white cane while in a wheelchair. This tells a little about it:

        Only registered and activated users can see links., Click Here To Register...
        Lyme flaccid paralysis Only registered and activated users can see links., Click Here To Register...
        Mild Spastic Diplegia Cerebral Palsy and bad proprioception.
        My website for my original short films! http://cripvideoproductions.com/astrokeofendurance.php

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          #5
          Looks as if it may be rare but has definitely been observed. One little red flag about that link is that the paper is dated 1994, more than 20 years ago. An excellent doctor once said that medical research is of little value if it's more than 10 years old. So it would be good if more recent discussions could be found.

          How's your friend doing now?
          SPMS diagnosed 1980. Avonex 2001-2004. Copaxone 2006-2009. Glatopa (glatiramer acetate = Copaxone) since December 2020.

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