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canefan17
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Depending on what I eat... I often get muscle twitching that I've always associated to Bartonella flaring (because the common Bart symptoms accompany it... irritable, sweats, bloating, cat scratch rash)

Does Bartonella surface depending on what we eat (grains, oils?)

And why does it surface? To help digest our food? To steal nutrients?

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Alexandru Matei
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I used to have severe twitching I'm not sure if I can associate it with eating "certain foods" though.

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I thought twitching either was a symptom , or something like the blood vessels were clogging, or a biofilm was developing and the water, nutrients, medicine weren't getting were they need to be....

What about Hypoxia from this?

Maybe I'm talking about Babs stuff, breathing, fatigue etc...

I just know my leg has been going bonkers lately and it had stopped for a while...

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emla999/Lyme
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I used to have alot of muscle twitching and apparently at least in part it was due to me drinking too much water/fluids throughout the day. But now that I am drinking less water and eating a little more salt, sugar, carbs and calories my muscle twitching is much less now than it used to.


Though, if still I drink alot of water/fluids I will get quite a bit of muscle twitching. Drinking alot of water can cause hyponatremia (low body levels of electrolytes..... particularly low sodium) and one of the many potential symptoms of hyponatremia is muscle twitching.


So, now I avoid drinking alot of fluids nor do I eat alot of watery foods.

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This is how my Lyme started. Dizziness and buzzing after I ate. It was bart and levoquin (500 mg) and doxy killed it (specifically the after eating problem).

Mine would happen after I ate anything with egg and cheese.

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i have constant buzzing in my lips after eating. anyone?
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