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jackie81
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Hi everyone

I am wondering what you think these symptoms point towards I The last couple of weeks I seem to have gone downhill quite a bit. I have had it so much body pain and I’ve never really experienced that a lot before my pain is mostly body wide aching with random spots that all of a sudden severely like a hip or my ankle or my wrist . Today I have been extremely exhausted and while trying to sleep I am experiencing vibrations at the back of my head near the base of my skull I’ve also had an increase in anxiety .

The bottom of my feet seem to be hurting today and they have not heard in a very long time and my shin bones hurt. Sometimes I get migraines behind my eyes I am just wondering if any of you your expert’s may have an idea which one section this could be that is flaring or would it just be straight up Lyme ?

I have been reading different pages and it seems like every doctor contradicts another one doctor will say that pain behind the eyes Bartonella where another doctor will say that it is babesia

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Brussels
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I wish we knew the answers...

Many symptoms overlap, I guess...


I hope someone chimes in to help you.

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bcb1200
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Symptoms can and do overlap. But generally speaking, I've read Bartonella = more pain whereas Babesia tends to = more pressure.

Given feet and shins, I would suspect Bart more.

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Lyme248
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Sounds Like bartonella to me. I don't know about migraines behind eyes. I always got pain in my face and forehead from bartonella.

Pain in feet and shinbones are supposed to be bartonella.

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jackie81

I am the bartonella queen.
Read my last year's post, it's funny now but wasn't at the time.

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/1/135799?#000000

Bart symptoms
Behind eye pain and migraines.
ANXIETY
Soles of feet pain especially in the morning
Wide-spread unrelenting pain
Shin pain
Extreme fatigue
Internal vibrations

Based on my experiences, I would say Bart is flaring.
My Bart is on the back burner for now due to rifampin.

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MissVictoria
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Hey,

If you don't already, I very highly recommend going to a LLMD. They will help you.

In the meantime, a magnesium supplement will likely help with body pain, sleep, and other symptoms.

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If you'd like a referral to a Lyme/co doctor, you can post in Seeking a Doctor - put your location in the heading.
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