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randibear
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do you think lyme has changed your personality? i've had many people tell me i don't have a sense of humour, that i'm extremely "touchy", can't take a joke, whatever, yada, yada, yada.

personally i'd rather be alone but you can't avoid people all the time!!

i do have a sense of humour. it's just not what other people think is funny.

it's hard to be updated and all every single day when you are in pain all the time.

so yes lyme has changed me. has it changed you??

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Pantera73
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Depersonalization. sucks. P73

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NWOODS WI/ bit May08 diagnosed Jul08 Lyme
March 09 symptoms return Ehrlichiosis pos.no Lyme?
Feb 11 CD57=26 Mycoplasma 343 Babesia 55.2 HHV6 5.8
WB CDC POSITIVE 31++ 39+ 41++ 58++ 66+ 83+
WB IGG POSITIVE 31++ 34 IND 39 IND 41++ 58++

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jackie51
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Yes, it has. How could it not?

It's like Chinese water torture, for lack of a better description. Drip, drip, drip.

I really hope I'm done with treatment this year. I'm soooo tired of treating and I'm running out of money.

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Liz D
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YES. I went from sociable and outgoing to a miserable *****y grumpy recluse
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Lymetoo
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moving to general support

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Opinions, not medical advice!

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