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Cattail
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I noticed more recently that when I get a chill especially that my fingers look feel tingly and numb and they get that dish pan, waterlogged, liney look on the inside of the finger tips. They also turn like putty meaning I press the inside of the fingers and they stay flat. They do not spring back. It's they are clay.

Also I am beginning to see that my forearm, jaw, and other various muscle hurt. It feels like I have been overusing muscles that I don't. It seems I have weak muscles. Not all, some.

I do have later in the day the feeling like I have the flu. It's that tired and achey all over feeling. This happens lots of days.

I am so confused. My LLNP thinks mold that I will begin treating this week. I think I do have active Bart and Proto or parasites as well.

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Raynaud's?

Definitely do whatever it takes to improve your gut health!

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Opinions, not medical advice!

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GretaM
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Hi Cattail,

The description you used is perfect! Me too.

The tingly hand thing happens when I use my hands a lot or after a shower.

Something with the heat.

I think it has something to do with vasoconstriction.

I have stopped treating bart due to a severe neuro lyme flare since Jan, and this is new since then.

So it is either bart, which I am leaning "no" because I don't have any other bart symptoms, or part of my neuro lyme.

Sometimes this happens in my heels and toes as well if I stand or put pressure on them too long. (like over 5 mins without shifting them)

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