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Kristyn
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I've had a bad cold I caught from a family member over 2 weeks ago, comes and goes. Tis the season right? Lol.

The family member, and a friend I got sick, all were fine within a day. I am currently in treatment and was wondering if this has happened to anyone in the late stages of treatment?

I heard this is actually a GOOD sign, it means my immune system is starting to fight back everything.

Any further input? Has this happened to other people? Thank you!

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not quite on your exact question - but related I think.

I have not had a cold in the 5 years I have been sick with this.

my partner who has been ill for the same time - but considerably better in the last year or so now has colds again.

so it could be a good sign.... :up

I would also be interested to hear other experiences on the topic of Lyme and colds

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Hi Garz, hey it's something though, yes! Very interesting to see how many others reach out with the same response/concerns. Thank you!
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