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Do People Who Have lyme disease Get Tired A Lot?

A: Yes, one symptom of lyme disease being tired alot. one of the 1st things that doctors will ask if you are tired alot the symptoms of the flu and include chills, fever, headaches, and pain are similar to lyme. See your doctor to determine the specific cause of your fatigue Ticks this season are more dangerous than ever. The rates of lyme disease have increased. Therefore, since you have been bitten, you are at risk. lyme disease does make the host tired and can lead to lower energy than normal. See a doctor immediately. You should address this right away, do not waste time. Get tested, yes, but...


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Do People Who Have lyme disease Get Tired A Lot?

A: Yes, one symptom of lyme disease being tired alot. one of the 1st things that doctors will ask if you are tired alot the symptoms of the flu and include chills, fever, headaches, and pain are similar to lyme. See your doctor to determine the specific cause of your fatigue Ticks this season are more dangerous than ever. The rates of lyme disease have increased. Therefore, since you have been bitten, you are at risk. lyme disease does make the host tired and can lead to lower energy than normal. See a doctor immediately. You should address this right away, do not waste time. Get tested, yes, but...


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Help my dog might have lyme disease?

A: dnt worry sweetie, ur dog is in love,,, get her a dawg,,, all she need is love and affection from her man,, I''m sorry but this category is for people with infectious disease questions. I suggest you take your dog to a vet. Take your dog to the vet as soon as you can. It could be almost anything. When a dog is listless and won''t eat those are very bad signs. It could be almost anything, including something she ate that is impacted in her stomach. You have no way of knowing unless you take her to the vet. I currently have 10 dogs, I am a dog musher and I live in Alaska. What gives you the idea that she has lyme disease? You need to call your vet and get their advice. Good luck! You need to be very careful as the dog...


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What Are The Common symptoms Of Bells Palsy And lyme disease?

A: Bell''s palsy involves a drooping of the face, usually one side of the face. This can cause minor difficulty drinking and speaking. These symptoms usually clear up in 85% of people within 3 weeks of diagnosis. lyme disease symptoms include flu-like symptoms and a red rash that continues to grow. The common symptoms for bells palsy and lyme disease are rapid weakness or paralysis to one side of the face, rarely both sides of the face but it has happened....


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What Are The Common symptoms Of Bells Palsy And lyme disease?

A: Bell''s palsy involves a drooping of the face, usually one side of the face. This can cause minor difficulty drinking and speaking. These symptoms usually clear up in 85% of people within 3 weeks of diagnosis. lyme disease symptoms include flu-like symptoms and a red rash that continues to grow. The common symptoms for bells palsy and lyme disease are rapid weakness or paralysis to one side of the face, rarely both sides of the face but it has happened....


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What is Chronic lyme disease?

A: lyme disease test is performed when the doctor suspects the infection by Borrelia burgdorferi. The most preferred to diagnose lyme disease is a blood test for antibodies to the bacterium. However, sometimes also the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) testing is used in samples such as joint fluid (synovial fluid). Among most frequent lyme disease symptoms may be found: - a typical "bulls-eye" rash spread around the spot of the bite - chills, fever fever - unexplained headaches - unusual fatigue When untreated, lyme disease performs in: ...


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lyme disease -- Arthritis - does anyone have Chronic lyme arthritis?

A: 22 Aug 2011 Hi Juniebird2, My sister in law has lyme disease and fibro. I do believe their is a coorlation between the two. I suggested she try a special all natural supplement that I have been taking for my Fibro. It helped her tremendously. Please friend me if your interested. God Bless, Reedeli Votes:+0CommentVote upReport theels25 Oct 2011 I had & was treated for lyme. After the long treatment my " head fog " cleared up greatly. I later tested high for RA, my Dr. says I have Fibromyalgia. I am now on disability, she keeps giving me more medicine, stronger medicine. My RA test keep going up. I take ADD medicine and THAT keeps my head clear. I have never heard of lyme...


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lyme disease - Its Cyclical Nature & Severe Daily Headaches

A: Hi, Molly... Yes, it does sound like lyme and it would have been very comforting for you to have positive test results, but the tests for lyme are notorious for yielding false negatives. Your thoughts and instincts about lyme are most likely correct. Also, you did not say if the lyme dr. tested you for any co-infections which are other organisms that are transmitted at the time of the bite. They can share many of lyme"s same symptoms BUT they do not all respond to the same antibiotics. Here is a list of reasons for lyme testing yielding false negative results: Nine Reasons for False Negative
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Should I see a lyme disease doctor

A: Hi... To answer your quesiton about what other testing I had prior to being treted for lyme...I had all kinds of blood work and I don"t know what all they tested for; but among those tests were lyme titers and they were always negative.  I had EMG"s and nerve conduction studies done several times.  I had an MRI from my head to the bottom of my spine (3 hours laying motionless in that tube). My MRI did show some brain spots which were first thought to be MS but later determined to be lyme lesions. (15% of people with lyme have brain lesions.)  I had the eye test for MS---VEP (Visual Evoked Potential).   My symptoms were light sensitivity and...
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I think I might have lyme disease

A: Hi, John.... I was afraid you"d have a wait.  You could call back and get on the cancellation list for the chance to be sooner. If your doctor is receptive to the idea, sure, you could try to educate him. My PCP was so stubborn, he wouldn"t even believe I had lyme disease so I left and found another one.  (Email me and I will email you the treatment guidelines. It"s 33 pages long.) You"re on the right path keeping your body as healthy as you can and, again, avoid the sugar. Besides feeding the bacteria, it interferes with your blood cells" job of fighting bacteria. There are some natural things that people use and one is Samento. For some reason, the bacteria doesn"t like it. I used it for awhile in the beginning of my...
 
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