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sutherngrl
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I am sort of a veteran on here, but its been a while so I have forgotten things.

Can a relapse come on pretty sudden? Just 2 months ago I was feeling good. Then I tried to play golf in the heat, only played 6 holes; and that's when I started going down hill.

I'm guessing that the stress on the body set everything in motion; or it was just going to happen anyway.

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Heat can stress us out too. I make sure I have lots of water with me during warm days out.
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HEAT, can definitely bring on a sudden relapse. Although, you could feel better in a few hours, tomorrow, or a few days.

If not better by Monday, I would call your LL doctor. Or even call today if it's very severe.

Try to stay cool as a cumcumber at ALL times.

In the future, don't wait. The absolute instant you get a sense that you are too warm, take assertive steps to get cooler.

Of course, never drink any iced cold drinks if you are too warm as the shock can be too harsh.

Myelin Support & Adrenal Support can also help but, mostly, many must avoid overheating even by a degree.

A "ccoling vest" may be necessary for some at times. While, very often MS is misdiagnosed when lyme is the real issue, those with the diagnosis of "MS" do have a good approach to heat: stay cool. It has to do with the effects on the myelin sheath (nerve coating) that is comprised with "MS" (and with lyme or other stealth infections like Cpn)

You will find the best links from a a Web search of: MS, cooling+vest

or devise your own sort with soft blue ice bags, etc.

CARDIAC & ADRENAL issues can also be connected.

I hope you feel better soon. When heat has clobbered me, within a couple days, I've been back to my usual self.
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http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=077325;p=0#000000

CARDIAC INFO & SUPPORT

Includes:

Dr. B's SAFE EXERCISE and PT Rehab guidelines,

EXERCISE INTOLERANCE is (partially) explained in the article: "when exercise doesn't work out" (and what we can do about that)

ADRENAL, CARDIAC, MITOCHONDRIA & MYELIN SUPPORT - that all helps movement better work for us

Styles discussed: Pilates; Qi Gong; Tai Chi; Yoga; water; strolling; etc.
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From my file notes:

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/1/115578?#000003

Razzle posted:

Homeopathic Glonoinum can help with heat intolerance. My Mom (who is unable to perspire) uses it so she doesn't get heat stroke, and says it really, really helps. (end Razzle quote)
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Heat is a part of my everyday life, since I am going through menopause and having hot flashes all through the day and night. If I get the least bit hot, I sweat a ton.

I have been walking very briskly up to a mile and a quarter for months and feeling good. Its just the last few weeks that I have felt bad. Now I'm just trying to walk a half mile or three quarters of a mile. Don't want to give it up completely.

My doctors office is closed this week, and next week I'm having company from out of town, so it will be the next week before I can get in to see him. I guess that will give me time to see in what direction this is going to go.

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Are you sure you did not get re-bitten - especially given you started feeling ill after being outside.
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