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Kat1777
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Almost time to see my LLMD again and now I've developed yet another symptom. Maybe once, twice a day I'm feeling sensations in my lower legs and feet like my cell phone is on vibrate. I almost never carry my cell phone on my body, so it's not that. Any ideas? A specific co-infection that might cause this? A specific AB that might help it? It's driving me nutso!
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Yes I get it and notice it laying down. Bzzz Bzzz bzzz down my left leg. Has to do with LD and co infections for sure. Don't know which one and my LLMD thinks Bart.

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Interesting because all along my LLMD has been thinking my main issues are from Bart. I've been treating for almost a year now though. Thought I'd be getting rid of symptoms, not adding more to the mix.
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I have the exact same thing. Always grabbing for my phone but it's not even on me. Upper thigh vibrations.

Bart is my biggest problem as well.

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Parasites having caused this symptom in me for a long time. Got less and less when I tx for parasites

Check out the PARASITE WARRIORS SUPPORT THREAD on here. Filarial worms were found in the original ticks that Burgdorfer dissected. Also researcher Dr. Eva Sapi is finding them in over 40% of the ticks she dissects. A much overlooked co-infection. Google parasite symptoms.

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Hmm, my doctor checks my magnesium levels. I'm not insufficient. In fact, I think they're upper range. Will have to see if he tested again with my last round of bloodwork, but I'm thinking that's not the culprit.
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I experience strange sensations in my head & face like vibration or buzzing feelings. My ability to think and concentrate are impaired when this occurs. One factor for me is EMF or cell phone radiation. It hammers my nervous system like nothing else. My symptoms come and go with exposure

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quote:
Originally posted by Kat1777:
Hmm, my doctor checks my magnesium levels. I'm not insufficient. In fact, I think they're upper range. Will have to see if he tested again with my last round of bloodwork, but I'm thinking that's not the culprit.

There is no accurate way to test magnesium in the tissues & nerves where it is actually needed and used by the body.

The only way to know for sure if you need magnesium is to take some and/or take an Epsom salts bath and see if it helps the symptoms disappear.

When my feet do this buzzing, an Epsom salt foot soak stops the buzzing. This is with completely normal magnesium and RBC magnesium...so the magnesium is depleted at the tissue level thus the buzzing in my feet.

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I started having the same vibrations in my left leg a couple of weeks ago. I described it as the feeling that my foot felt like a phone ringing - w/o the noise of course.

It started hours after I had given myself a Bicillin injection. I thought I must have hit a nerve. (Hence my posts in regards to less frequent dosing for a while).

I injected in the left VentroGlut and it is my left leg/foot that has the vibrations, buzzing and numbness. I felt a tiny buzz in my right foot earler today. Oh, also a bit of tingling,numbness, twitching the left side of my face. New symptoms.

So dunno if is from hitting a nerve with the injection, Lyme and/or Co - or I have stirred things up.

In the past when I have had numbness it seems to have been worse in the winter - the colder the worse.

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IGG 41,58 IND: 39
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