It is a side effect of listening to music.
I dont but I hear ads a lot on TV
Nationwide is on your side?
Anybody got a *serious* answer? When I was very ill with Lyme, I would not have been able to differentiate between joking comments and what was really happening to me that I needed help for. Please bear in mind that many who come here are struggling to make sense of Lyme, and unless you tag your post as a joke, it may be taken otherwise. Sorry to rain on your parade.
Margypops, what does your doc say? Lyme definitely affects many systems in the body, including hearing. I just did a quick search on
-- lyme disease tinnitus --
[tinnitus being ringing in the ears], and there were quite a few commentaries on medical sites etc. It's worth asking your doc about. Take care, and let us know what you find out, okay?
From what have read, Lyme disease can stay in the body permanently if it is not treated appropriately by the doc and with the right medicine(s). Lyme is in the same bacterial group as syphilis, but much is now known about the bacterial infections including Lyme and syphilis.
===>>> Lyme is generally quite treatable with antibiotics, as long as it's the right meds at the right dose and for the right length of time (usually months). That's why it's important to have an MD who is knowledgeable overall about Lyme diagnosis and treatment.
And another point: no one with any understanding would laugh at syphilis *or* Lyme infections. So ... I would just ignore such comments.
Its seems to have stopped ...how weird is that
Well, that's good news -- but if the music or other noises come back, talk with the doc, okay?
Lol... I think just about anything can be a symptom of Lyme. The chance of it being Lyme related is probably a little higher if it goes away, comes back, goes away, comes back.... At least that's how my symptoms do. I'll think something is gone, then... BAM! I had to start documenting my symptoms, they change so much.
Someone can contract Lyme, but often times it does take many years for symptoms to develop. It did for me.
well I have made NO jokes here and the repetitive music is back was only gone a few hours ..will take a look in the neurology site .
It wasn't aimed at you. (It's bad enough to be ill, but joking about someone else's discomfort is unkind to say the least.) Take care!
many aches and pains in my limbs and back , could that be a symptom of Lyme ?