Lyme disease is one of the world’s most rapidly spreading and difficult-to-treat diseases. Borrelia burgdorferi, a spirochete bacteria, causes it. Because this disease is so complex, there are several debates over how to treat it.
Lyme disease has the ability to affect all of our organ systems. The symptoms of Lyme disease overlap with those of many other diseases, and the disease’s presentation changes as it progresses through its stages. Even experts struggle to comprehend its complexities.