I just sent directly this to the lgcoleman, as I thought she went to the FFC and had lyme, but she said i got her confused with you! Anyway, I was just diagnosed w/ chronic neuro lyme after being diagnosed w/ CFS/FM for 10 years. I am now going to a LLMD for treatment. Prior to this, I was thinking about going to the FFC for treatment. I do have a friend who is going there now and was also just diagnosed with lyme, but she was not happy with the way the FFC handled things- she had to ask for the Igenex test even when lyme is so prevalent in CFS/FM patients and when they told her the diagnosis, it was like no big deal. (This was a different FFC from the one you go to I believe) Anyway, I was just wondering, as I am sure the FFC is very knowledgeable about CFS/FM, how comfortable do you feel in them handling the lyme and are they following you closely on meds? They put my friend on doxy and didn't really make a big deal about the lyme. My LLMD seems to think that the lyme is a huge part of my problem and has most likely created many of the symptoms which are now linked to CFS- meaning, it suppressed my immune system and gave the impression of CFS. He also feels that I do have FM, but that itis secondary to the lyme. Anyway, was just curious about the FFC and the way they are handling your lyme treatment. As I said, I go to a LLMD who does many of the things the FFC does (supplements, yeast, boost immunity, etc). I also started attending a lyme support group and they felt my friend should be seeing a LLMD rather than the CFS dr since lyme is so very serious and you really need someone very experienced with it (BTW- my friend's CFS dr at the FFC said it was the first case of lyme they had there, so obviously she has not treated manyt cases) What are your thoughts on this?? Thanks, SD P.S. Hope you are feeling much better!!!