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marie
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After I had a cavity filled w/ novocaine. The next day I didn't feel well and the following day-suddenly-burning/tingling/numbness on my skin. night sweats. joint pain, finger, toe pain. rashes. chills. coated tongue. then had a cold sore on lip. Problems with words when speaking. No fever? I used to get rashes with and following a fever.

My chronic lyme symptoms had went under the surface for a few years after having increasing symptoms for 20years without any real treatment.
is it the lyme or could be something else or a combination? Any suggestions.

Lyme tests totally negative. All other bloodwork negative. Treated w/ doxy 100mg 2x/day for 28 days. Felt well a few times for short period of time but still sick at end w/ all symptoms.

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Trauma from the dental work and I've always had reactions to dental work. But I've not experienced all those sx that you have.

Only in the last 18 mths have I began to realize that dental work activates viruses in my body. At first I thought I was picking up stuff in the office.

But I don't believe that is the case. I truly feel that it is just a stess situation reaction which throws my immune system off and then...

Troubles arise. The fight against reactivated viruses has been real and difficult.

Pam

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