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LisaK
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OK so this is a new one for me.

I really am hating it. everything is tingling and vibrating and now going numb . Im pretty sure it's Bart, right?

ND says it will go away with treatment but I am freaking out. will detoxing help? and what kind if so?

please excuse me if I posted about this already, my brain is in a huge fog today

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LisaK
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so no one has this??????


[confused]

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I started having similar symptoms last year after having a negative reaction to anesthesia during an outpatient procedure.

Went to see neurologist and was told to take a multi-vitamin/omega pill/B vitamin. Did so for about 6 months and neurological symptoms worsened.

Just started treatment for Bartonella and Babesia and noticed a decrease in symptoms after 1st dose.

But...Herxing isn’t fun and I’m experiencing a phase of it now.

Feel free to inbox if you’d like to converse in greater depth.

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LisaK
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yes, I think it is herx. today I had to go out for an apointment and I couldn't feel my foot pressing the brake or the gas peddle. not good.

thanks peazy, I will pm you

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Carol in PA
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Lisa, several years ago my toes went numb.
My family doctor recommended a blood test to see if I was diabetic.

After six weeks of this, I took a good B multiple at the suggestion of one of LymeNet’s “old hands,” Melanie.
Sensation in my foot returned in one day!


The vibrating sensation may be due to low magnesium.
The liver uses more magnesium when it's processing poisons, plus the Lyme bacteria uses up our magnesium.

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Or mold?

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