Ontario, Canada: Battle with Lyme disease an education for St. Catharines Grade 3 teacher

t started with her legs vibrating in March 2014.

Elementary school teacher Shawna Hughes had dealt with some back pain issues, but this was different.

She went to doctors. Specialists. Seven neurologists. No one could figure out what was wrong and her condition got worse. She was shaking all the time and her body was in pain.

When she woke up on Nov. 1, 2016, and discovered she lost all the feeling in her feet, she knew she had to take time off from the teaching job she’d wanted since she was five years old.

…..”It would be an entire year more before receiving, in the United States, a diagnosis of chronic Lyme disease.”

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