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PTrain
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Hi, anyone else have this problem?

Even though I wake up feeling like I was in a bar fight the night before, I am more functional in mid morning than later in the day.

Starting around 2 in the afternoon I get the fever feeling, aches get worse. As the day progresses it becomes almost unbearable.

Anybody else have this experience?

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keltyl
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I'm much better in the morning. Starting around 1 or 2 I start going downhill with the fatigue and brainfog.
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Absolutely 3pm Im at my lowest.Strange but true.
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jackie51
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I wake up like I've been hit by a bus or smacked in the head with a bat. Sometimes I can attribute to food, as in sugar or white flour items. NEVER do alcohol anymore. One drink is like a whole bottle come morning. Right now I am battling babesia.

A few years ago when it was Ehrlichia, Lyme & Bart, I woke up generally with a headache and very sore feet. Whole body ached. Mid afternoon I was so tired and naps did nothing. By evening I had chills and had to go to bed as early as life would allow.

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I generally have some symptoms right before or exactly upon waking. Then I'm good until about 3:00 (plus or minus), then I can start getting symptoms.

I'll start getting sore soles at about 3pm. For me sore soles have almost always been an afternoon phenomenon. I have had the classic sore soles on waking also though.

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Definitely the same for me. Still waiting to get to an LLMD as I've only been dealing with symptoms for a few months, but I can pretty much tell time by when i start to go downhill in the afternoon.

Don't have a Lyme diagnosis yet, but the more I read these boards, the more convinced i am that it is my problem.

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momintexas
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I get the same thing. I'm couchbound by evening time.

Is it possible to take a nap in the afternoon or some sort of short rest? Our bodies are worn out by afternoon/evening hours is why we tend to feel worse at night.

This will get a bit better as time goes on and you start to get better.

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mojo
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mid morning and early afternoon and then again in the evening are my best times. My worst time is from mid afternoon until about 7:00 or so.

I take a nap every afternoon, too.

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Same with me too. Only difference for me is that I usually wake up (well, once I actually get out of bed) and I feel pretty good. Seems by noon or so, I'm starting to feel fatigue, malaise and sometimes a headache.

It's so frustrating because every day starts out as the one that's maybe going to be the first symptom-free day. I guess eventually it will be. I hope so anyway.

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My worst time is around 1:00 a.m. - 5:30 a.m. Then I am able to get some sleep. I wake up and I am able to go to work and and the second bout begins at around 2:30 until 8:00. The fatigue, the pain in my feet, neck and spine is bad. I am beginning to correlate this with the time I take my antibiotic Ceftin. Usually 4-5 hours after I have taken my antibiotic I usually feel very bad.
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