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How might you include children with Lyme disease in everyday activities?
7 doctors weighed in

Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
Family Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: May need help
The extent of how much a child with lyme disease can be included in daily activities will depend on the extent of his disease consequences.
Children with only minimal symptoms, can probably be back to pre-disease activity states. Those with more severe impairment may need help from physical and occupational therapists. A lot of resources may be found from online support groups as well.

In brief: May need help
The extent of how much a child with lyme disease can be included in daily activities will depend on the extent of his disease consequences.
Children with only minimal symptoms, can probably be back to pre-disease activity states. Those with more severe impairment may need help from physical and occupational therapists. A lot of resources may be found from online support groups as well.
Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
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Dr. Jenny Sung
Pediatrics
2 doctors agree
In brief: Why Not?
If a child has been appropriately treated for lyme disease, there's no reason why he/she cannot participate in everyday activities.
The child is not contagious to anyone else.

In brief: Why Not?
If a child has been appropriately treated for lyme disease, there's no reason why he/she cannot participate in everyday activities.
The child is not contagious to anyone else.
Dr. Jenny Sung
Dr. Jenny Sung
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