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catneedhelp
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Hi everyone,

Could someone recommend a good LLMD in Dallas, TX area?

I had a vacation this June, and got a suspicious red opening on my neck. It was relly tiny, no bigger than 2-3mm in diameter, and the color was fresh red blood color.

4 Days later after my exhausting trip when I finally got home, I had a severe panic attach (my first time ever) and I thought I had a heart attack. Next day, I went to ER and the doc ruled out heart attacked and said I got anxiety and panic attack due to stress maybe.

I had this small red opening on my neck for about a month, and it kept this fresh red blood color, and never showed any sign to heal by itself. I finally lost my patience and squeezed it and forced it to bleed, and it started healing and the red blood spot gone after a week.

I frequently experienced heart palpitation and short of breath after my ER visit. I went to see Cardiologist and nothing wrong there.

Starting mid of Sept, I started having elevated temp, around 99.0-99.6 in the afternoon. I am normal most of morning and all evening and night. And my doctor said I have Generalized anxiety disorder, and prescribed me some anxiety medicine.

But I still have the following symptoms: mainly low grade fever in the afternoon (99.0-99.6, doc has ruled out TB, and blood work shows no infection); anxious most of the time; sensitive to cold or heat, etc.

Please help. It's been almost half year, and I am getting really desparate. I am not like my old self anymore!

Thank you very much!

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Lymetoo
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ARe you a female? There's a good dr in Denton ... females only as he's really an OB/GYN.

YOu could have lyme with bartonella. It's known for giving anxiety and other psychiatric symptoms. Could also be only Lyme though.

I'll send you info.

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catneedhelp
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Hi Lymetoo,

I got your msg. Thank you very much!

cat

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