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SashaC
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I was diagnosed today with dysautonomia.

Although many of the symptoms listed match mine perfectly, it seems as if all my Lyme symptoms are just clustered together and labeled "dysautonomia."

Is there any way to differentiate between the two afflictions?

Has anyone ever had this diagnosis? It sounds pretty awful, and my doctor told me there is no cure for it.

Is this different in Lyme patients? As we treat our Lyme, does the heart racing, sweating, shivering, fainting, hurting, aching, etc., etc, ever get better?

I hate to think that my body and my nervous system are permanently damaged [Eek!]

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it's exactly what Lyme does to you. It's a name for a symptom/condition. Something causes it....answer for a thousand Alex???? What is TBIs. lol. I've read successful, aggressive Lyme treatment can greatly help.
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Yes-I had it horribly, was treated and it went away

Unfortunately, I relapsed and now it's back

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I was diagnosed with it. It's improved since starting treatment, but still a problem at times.
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