I have today posted some treatment guidelines or recommedations from Europe, in another topic.The IDSA says that there is no such thing as persistent infection AFTER patients have received antibiotics according to IDSA Guidelines
And not in any of those, the IDSA-treatment is given! Maybe someone from Norway, can have the same treatment.
So, what IDSA say can not be used in (almost) any Lyme case from all those countries.
But "some" people in this European forum, act like it!
And, I wonder if they have named the article below, in another way, have we really had this problem with the defintions, then?
A Critical Appraisal of “Chronic Lyme Disease”
What should have happend if they instead have called it?:
A Critical Appraisal of “Late Lyme Disease”
Because that is what they also say! It is exactly the same thing!
They don't want to admit that a Lyme infection can persist after treatment = and then (after treatment) be late or chronic.
Late = of long duration
Chronic = of long duration