Five medical specialists say that you're fine, that there's nothing wrong with you, and that lyme disease is a rare tick-borne disease.
The one lyme-literate-doctor somehow finds the miracle cure and puts a needle in your arm and has you on an IV... All of a sudden six of your family members are also diagnosed with lyme.
The tests are sent out to "labs" and the "labs" respond back with possitive levels off the chart.
Medical doctors everywhere think you're nuts, your friends think the doctor is a quack, PhDs in biology refer to the life situation as ridiculous.
Do you ever think that everyone is lying to you, and that you're going allong with the hype because you need something to latch onto, to believe in?
Are you religious too? Is your belief in lyme disease almost as your belief in a higher power? Isn't your mind that strong? Aren't people greedy enough to put you through this, just because you're willing to put yourself through it?
Sometimes you think about things. And ignore them because you're trust is solid as a rock. This sounds familiar to you, doesn't it?