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Taytsa
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I've heard alot that the first symptoms to come are the last ones to leave

i've been feeling incredibly fluish and run down and like I'm coming down with something - I remember feeling like this for a month around the time when I started getting sick

Alot of other symptoms have diminished - I'm definitely in a much better place than i was 6 momths ago

Could this be one of those first symptoms that's coming back around and is leaving? and could this mean that I've gotten rid of a lot of the bug?

or could this be just allergies or me coming down with something and just wishful thinking?

what were some of your last symptoms before recovering from lyme?

Thanks!

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Up.

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Sick since January 1985. Misdiagnosed for 20 years. Tested CDC positive October 2005. Treating since April 2006.

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Still a lot of pain in neck, back, thoracic and knee.

I have definitely had a lot of injuries so I'm not sure if the continued pain is from that or lyme.

Every one has such different symptoms it's hard to establish if it's from lyme or not in my opinion.

What does your LLMD say?

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Brain fog [Frown]
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The first sign I had that something was wrong (before I was properly diagnosed with LD) was a severe pressure over the roof of my mouth and behind my nose, a non-stop headache, and an aching in my teeth and jaw. Along with some major fatigue.

Four years later, my facial pain and fatigue are the still two symptoms that I am battling to get rid of. I would feel pretty decent if I could get rid of these last two that seem to be hanging on.

My LLMD told me that as well...the first symptom I had will mostly likely be the hardest one to get rid of.

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Im definitely struggling with the brain fog and weird face sensations, I agree, if these would go away i'd be fine

So frustrating!!

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quote:
Originally posted by Taytsa:
Im definitely struggling with the brain fog and weird face sensations, I agree, if these would go away i'd be fine

So frustrating!!

2nd this post.
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Haley
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Brain problems, first to come and hopefully will one day be leaving.

The last symptom I got and the first to leave was some joint pain but I think that was from a Strep infection I got from and endoscopic ultrasound.

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Geneal
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My first symptoms were severe joint pain.

Last symptoms to go were from babesia.

Hugs,

Geneal

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blinkie
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Similar here...

First symptoms: fatigue, floaters,swollen gland in my throat.

These are still on my list and most of my other symptoms are gone after 3.5 years of treatment.

One thing I'm making good progress on is babs treatment for the second time around.

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