Any other issues such as joint pain, muscle aches (i know FM), headaches, eye pain, "female problems", short term memory loss, anxiety, vertigo, hot cold flashes, excessive sweating, sleeplessness or chronic fatigue?
You need to contact ILADS (www.ilads.org) because there is a very good possibility you have Lymes. Including th Hysterectomy! Lymes is an intracellular bacterial infection that goes chronic, affecting every where your blood goes.
The Labcorp Lyme tests are BS, they miss90% of actual true pos samples.
Research info here: http://www.jemsekspecialty.com/index.php Call them and talk to their patient advocate.
Look at all the information in regards to symptoms, why this is being missdiagnosed, and treatment. You need to get an IGENEX labs lymes test.
Go onto YOUTUBE and search for videos about "Under Our Skin" a documentary about Lymes, I bet you will see yourself in it. Check your local PBS to see when the full movie is to be shown. You need to watch the full movie regardless. Message me for more info
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