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Phoiph
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There is a curious lack of information on the subject.

It would be interesting to hear from anyone with Lyme who has also contracted Covid-19 and is willing to share their experience.

Also, if comfortable, please include whether or not you received the "vaccine" prior to contracting Covid-19.

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Up for replies

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Maybe we are immune.

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Doubt that, Tutu, but it sure would be nice.

I remember Trump talking to a woman who had Lyme and got covid.

Just curious if anyone on this site has had covid, but some may not want to say if they have had it and I respect their privacy.

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Phoiph
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Here's something else to ponder...

What if the "Long Hauler" syndrome is actually undiagnosed/previously dormant Lyme Disease, triggered by the Covid-19 infection?

The symptoms and effects are eerily similar.

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Very possible, Phoiph .. also "long-haulers" could be MCAS.

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I believe many diseases can leave people as long haulers. Sad.

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I had lyme (it's been gone for a while), and I did catch Covid a few months ago. I had extreme fatigue, so sleepy, brain fog, fevers, couldn't function, with no desire to eat. Fortunately I had energy tools to utilize, and one for sure helped me clear stuff, EM (eminusmirus). I also did some Reiki too (the two work well together).

Covid seemed to stir up other pathogens too, all of which EM zapped and helped knock them down. I don't have any long hauler symptoms (thanks to EM).

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I was currently in a Lyme relapse and contracted
covid. I have not had the vaccine.


Covid symptoms for me were like a cold, coughing and sore throat, but also very tired.

That was in March 2021. My lyme relapse has been longer than usual, which may have to do with the covid.

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Thank you for the info, Catgirl and Nancy.

Nancy, do you think there is any possibility that you unknowngly had contracted Covid before your Lyme relapse, and the relapse was then triggered by the Covid infection?

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Yes, I had Covid last March (2020), though you couldn’t get a test at that time. It made a lot of my existing symptoms worse and introduced some new. Ones, not all of which have cleared up. I still get horrible chest tightness, for example. I am on a waiting list for one of the new Long Covid clinics that have been set up in the UK, but I am not counting on that to be all that helpful. By all means ask me a question about it if you want, Phoiph.
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quote:
Originally posted by Phoiph:
Thank you for the info, Catgirl and Nancy.

Nancy, do you think there is any possibility that you unknowngly had contracted Covid before your Lyme relapse, and the relapse was then triggered by the Covid infection?

My relapse symptoms started in early February with bloodtest confirming. My covid symptoms and positive for covid test results were mid March. So that's over a month apart. So my thoughts are that it was unlikely in my case.
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Thank you!
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I've had chronic lyme since 2009. Comes and goes but I've learned to manage it fairly well. Otherwise I am very healthy.

I got Covid right before Christmas 2020. Symptoms started with a really bad headache and fatigue. Day 2 and 3 I felt flu like but only had about 12 hours that were really bad with aches/pains all over. By day 4 I felt pretty well other than really bad fatigue. Overall it was just like a bad cold that came and went over a period of 14 days. Never had a fever, sore throat or cough. Never had trouble breathing. Lost my sense of smell and taste. Smell was gone 4 weeks; Taste 7 days. I recovered fine.

Recently I went into a Lyme flare (and it's been maybe a year since I had one this bad)due to some major stress and I feel it is taking me much longer to recover. Don't know if that has anything to do with having had Covid...I've had flares this bad before.

Haven't had the vaccine and don't plan to get it. I have "natures vaccine" with natural antibodies. I fear what the vaccine might do to me with Lyme

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Thanks, TxLymie~

Wishing you a speedy recovery from your flare!

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