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Back achy along with Lyme
Has anyone been experiencing with middle and upper back pain with lyme.  It feels very achy and my legs are so painful, I can hardly walk these days.  It used to be just my legs and now my back feels terrible today...any thoughts guys??
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YES!  I've been going through the horrible upper back, shoulders, and spine pain.  It is painful and nothing releives it!  I hope it doesn't stay along too long!

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Mine is like skarey posted.  It lasted for over a year continuously.  Now it comes and goes.  It really hurts.

Skarey, I hope yours improves quicker than mine did.
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Hi,
I have dealt with that as well. It's so painful especially in the upper back. My right shoulder was terrible for a while and it caused some nerve damage.

My doctor said to use aleve twice aday with food.

I found that being under a warm pulsating shower really helped.

I hope you all feel better soon.
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Jkv44,
  How much Aleve?  1 or 2 twice daily?  I was taking two in the morning, and 1 at night for several days with really no improvement.  Today my neck and shoulder are feeling better (knock on wood).   But I'm so stinkin dizzy...

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Me too but mostly in the morning the aches ease off later in the day ..
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Thanks everyone, I am taking an aleve in the morning and one in the pm....seems like my back is better today, however not my leg....I hope to be better soon...thanks for your thoughts.
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