About Me: Male, Deer park, NY, member since Dec 2012
Had lyme disease in 1990 tick in armpit , had rash. Treated for several weeks. I was 10 yrs old. 8 months later got bells palsey of face for a month. Growing up ive had short attention , poor memory. For past 5-10 years muscle weakness in arms and legs has been getti
[More]ng worse year by year. Now i have cramping in jaw , clicking in all my joints , floaters in eyes , ringing in ears and sound sensitivity. When i here certain high or low pitch sounds my ears throb . 3 herniated disks in neck. Tingling and numbness in fingers hands and feet. Wrong words come out when i talk sometimes , cant express emotions. Cant think of what to say. Long island really needs to have doctors informed about lyme and use labs such as igenex that can positively test for lyme. Quest , labcorp, sunrise labs are not good for lyme. Very many negatives or false postives
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