Just a quick note to say hi! Unfortunately, I can't temp because I use a CPAP machine so the numbers would never be accurate. For the fist time in a long time, my DH and I can bd for 3 days up to and including o day - woo hoo!! Good luck - your chart is looking great!
Read a post about your symptoms. Are you feeling any better? Have you found out anything?
I just left a comment on that thread but I wanted to make sure you know. It sounds a lot like Lyme and I would get tested through a lab that specializes in Lyme testing. There is a lab in California called Igenex (you can check out on their website www.igenex.com) and another lab called Fly Lab that I believe is in Arizona...could be Nevada. I would get tested for co-infections as well (babesia, bartonalla, erchilosis), as most people infected get more than just Lyme. It is important to see a LLMD (Lyme-Literate Medical Doctor), who knows about Lyme. Here is a great website that I go to for support and info.: www.lymenet.org. Good luck and I hope you are feeling better!
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