Question by  vanessa1984 (20)

Can hormone imbalances cause Lyme disease?


Answer by  mpjairaj (31)

Lyme disease is an infectious disease caused by a bacteria belonging to Borrelia genus and is spread from rodents to humans by ticks. So hormone imbalances cannot obviously cause Lyme disease.


Answer by  dbmom (38)

No, Lyme disease is caused by the bite of an infected insect. It can cause many symptoms, including flu-like symptoms such as muscle and bone pain. It does not affect hormone balance.


Answer by  taruun (163)

Sure Hormone imbalances cause lyme disease. This is bacterial disease transmitted by ticks or mites. Osteoporosis is most common. It can be effectively prevented by good diagnosis and treatment. Its a silent disease but can be found when a fracture occurs.


Answer by  auntkate (163)

Absolutely not. Lyme disease is caused by a deer tick. The word Lyme comes from the town in Connecticut where Lyme disease originated.

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