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jenniferk32
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All of my very long list of symptoms have resolved for about 3 months now. I feel fantastic and very grateful for that considering I went through 10 hard years of being undiagnosed/misdiagnosed. I've been treated since february and it seems like it's been very successful.

I do, however, have some joint pain still. Not as bad as before, but it's definitely there. A few weeks ago I could barely use my left hand because my fingers hurt so bad. It seems to come and go.

Don't laugh if I sound like a little old lady in saying that it really does seem to come and go according to the weather.

So could it just be a Lyme souvenir that I'm pretty much always going to have? There IS some arthritis in my family so I've considered the possibility that it may be from that.

I'm waiting for my latest CD57 results, hopefully the number has jumped and then I'll feel reasonably satisfied that this nightmare is over.

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I remember someone saying here a long time ago that small joint pain could be mold. I had small joint pain and I had mold exposure, so that comment stuck in my head. My small joint pain is gone now.

I'm glad you're feeling so much better! And with a relatively short treatment time!! Congrats!

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Lassie27
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Hi Jennifer... I have a similar problem. I have been told I also have had mold exposure and chemical sensitivity. I have just started the infrared sauna and eliminating things from my diet to see if this will help. What is odd is I have the same hand pain you are describing which I never had until being treated. I look forward to hearing others responses.
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dal123
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It has been my experience in working with people, lyme pathogens tend to "wall off" in the joints, synovial fluid. depending on your constitution and genetics. And must be attacked directly, antibiotics wont always reach deep into those areas.

Suggestions: rub a lyme nosode, ie LYM from Deseret Biologicals and laser the area - can get away with using a pen laser. Or even better, use the MIT lamp from dr. Chi on it 1/2 hour. At times a Lyme rash may surface, if it does, you have fantastic evidence and keep pursing this path. Other suggestions - AWAY from the homeopathic treatment on joints, can rub on essential oil blends on the area, ie at night when going to sleep.

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@dal123-"It has been my experience in working with people," - may I ask in what capacity you work with Lyme pts? I'm always interested in new resources! thanks!
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I'm experiencing joint pain alleviation through doing teasel root tincture and curcumin capsules.
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