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Lymetoo
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*I* knew that in my own mind .. but it's actually listed here in the Wiki site.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raynaud%27s_phenomenon

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jackie51
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Yes, i used to have that but it went away with treatment.
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I still deal with.
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Me too. I had it before, during and after treatment.

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I deal with this also [Frown]

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I also have had this condition ever since and only since I contracted Lyme disease.
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I was just surprised to see Lyme listed as the cause of ANYthing.

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I've had this since I was a child, although not diagnosed until '89. I used to always end up in the nurses office from walking to school in the winter---I had frost bite all the time. Still do. Ain't we got fun?!

I believe that I have had Lyme all or most of my life; I had uncountable known tick bites ever since I was a very young child. And lots of escalating symptoms.

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I have it too. Onset was when I got infected with Lyme and Co. TS
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quote:
Originally posted by Rumigirl:


I believe that I have had Lyme all or most of my life; I had uncountable known tick bites ever since I was a very young child. And lots of escalating symptoms.

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