Hi,not been online for ages, not sure what test doc ordered but prob was western blood. I'm one hundred percent sure it's lyme that I've got but my doc thinks I'm a hypochondriac and now that the bood tes has come back negative she has written me off.
I have written a begging letter to my local hospital ( dr of infectious diseases).
Thanks for your help and advise.x
Just a quick note to say hi! Hi Scarlet! My daughter has Grave's disease, and I have Narcolepsy AND Epilepsy. BOY, can I relate! I am taking Provigil for the Narcolepsy...it is much gentler (to me) than Ritalin. You might mention it to your doc. I, however, did not have sleep apnea...that might make a diff. I take a pretty strong dose of meds to stay awake, and it still takes me forever to move, so I set my alarm for 4am, take my provigil and go back to sleep. By 6 or 7, usually 6, I am fully awake and ready for the day. I just joined this forum for a weirdness that just started last week...I'm in the Epilepsy forum. I am so happy you discovered your problem. God will help you. Stay tough.
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