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kevin1983
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is this a common trait found in bartonella/babesia co infections that men can experience because my sex drive has been literally compromised and fallen apart totally along with the severe brain fog and lack of energy i face daily as i no longer can acheive an erection nor an orgasm like i had just a month ago without any trouble

so im wondering is this lyme robbing important nutrients in the system cuz my vitamin b12 results from my cbc i had done was on the low end of the range at 300 when i got them done at labcorp, do i need a b12 injection to fix this maybe? thanks for any help

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My opinion is that it's Lyme that affects sexuality, through hormone dysregulation, lack of nutrition, etc. You could do a Search here and see what archived threads have suggested doing. I think we need to treat the infection in order to restore physical functioning, including brain fog and energy - just all of it.
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I'm female, but I can tell you first hand that B12 MIGHT be part of your sexuality issue.

Lyme has had a HUGE impact on me in that department and I also was low in B12. I was completely numb and didn't have even the smallest urge to want to do anything.

I started taking a B12 supplement daily and have been for the last 8 months. It took time, but I feel like a different person. It hasn't made it back to what I would consider "normal" for my age, but it has made an improvement for me.

I am just glad to be moving in the right direction. I am still learning about all the ways Lyme has affected my life.

Try and see if you can bring up your B12. Maybe it will help you.

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