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nonna05
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My vision is playing games...

Today .blurry and had to increase size of print to read........

I'm on at least my third round of Tindimax. pulse..if not a bit more. It took a long time for me to work up taking this

This vision has come and gone for maybe six months.

I was usually able to say vision not changed ,except blk. on white at times.


Is this a Lyme symptom..flat out?? Co-infection? or possible Medicine?

Lets try not to go for all three......

What usually treats this??????

OR makes it stop??????

Do others have this come and go??

Again ,looking for connection, if there is one.

Want to bring up the most important issues/questions with LLMD......and not waste our time on something that may be simple or just part of the program of getting well..

Thank You, Nonna

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Also have problems with dryness of eyes. My vision blurs as my fatigue really starts to set in.

I also get double vision when I'm about to have a herx or severe relapse.

Docs said parasites/co-inf. and Lyme can cause these problems.

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nonna05
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lostlyme ..this is while on treatment it started

What to do??NOTHING???? [Eek!]

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We're all different, but you could try a simple remedy and see if it works for you.

I've been able to stop all Lyme eye symptoms, including blurred vision, by drinking mangosteen juice. I like the mango-xan version - it's tart. You can find mangosteen juice in healthfood stores and online.

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I know this one well, sadly. I would have my vision back under control and then bang, I would be back with very blurred or else double vision.

The double vision for me was usually the start of a migraine, but not always. As Dove said, I had trouble with dry eye and when they would get extremely dry, the vision went with it.

I would use eye drops...nothing more than a quality saline since you don't want to be putting meds in your eyes like Visine or at least that is what my LLMD told me.

But I do think that it really is about treating and getting the "right drug for the right bug". It will take so many since I was bouncing around like a ping pong ball.

I don't know which co or if mine is lyme, but I do know I was diagnosed with Lyme, Bartonella and Babesia. So flip a three headed coin???????

Hopefully you have a good LLMD that can help you sort through this.

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I'd go to the ophthalmologist. Vision changes should be checked out. There could be a retina problem.

Yes, it could be from medicines. I had a horrible eye episode happen from a drug. My eyes never fully recovered. This is why you need the doc to check this out.

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Could also be from yeast.

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I agree with Lymetoo. I am definitely having yeast die off today and it brought on blurred vision. I think it is from the toxins. The toxins affect your nervous system.
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Wow,,,does Mangosteen juice help yeast?

Maybe if I watched the Diflucan days ,,,see if better then..

or when start Tindimax ,pulse , maybe worse a few days..Still can't start off with full pill..on pulse..I have to work up 2 or 3 days at half .

It's crazy what happens from waist down ,if I don't start off slow.

Well ,that's great [Eek!] Talk @ going from one end to the other [Big Grin]

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I found mangosteen juice to be a little sweet (not sure of the sugar content). It didn't help my eyes at all. [Frown]

I tried it for several weeks, everyday. It's worth a shot though, but I'd still make an appointment with an ophthalmologist (and try the juice while waiting for you appointment day).

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