I came across one of your posts where you mentioned that the adrenaline jolts/surges you were getting went away after treatment. Are you still free from those and was it antibiotic treatment that got them to stop for you? I initially thought mine were gone after I stopped eating gluten and dairy but that only worked for 2 weeks and they came back. It's now been 15 months that I've had them and while they have diminished in number, they are still painful.
Was diagnosed with lyme on the basis of a low CD 57 count (65) and clinical diagnosis back in October of 2014.
Would be so grateful for your thoughts,
Hi Jackie, reading through this post desperately seeking a Dr who treats chronic Lyme. I was DX with MS 6 years ago, but 2 years ago my neurologist tested me for Lyme and both tests were positive, however he doesn't treat it and isn't sure he believes in chronic Lyme. Any help would be so appreciated. I'm at the end of my rope. My email is ***@**** thank you!
Hey there. Been officially diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. The medication I am taking is helping my mental outlook tremendously. Now, as we both well know, Lyme's can cause a whole host of other diseases. The arthritis in my hips and back are very bad. But Parkinson's does explain why I have trouble urinating. I am currently having to wear a catheter for several days because my ability to pee stopped, again, for about the fifth time in a year. Turns out with Parkinson's one either becomes incontinent, or they can't go. In my case it's the later. I even asked the Urologist if there was a disease that could cause the bladder muscles to tighten so much that it would prevent me from going, and he said no, MORON.
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