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8man12
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i just started getting them.
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Nal
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Yes, I definatley get them from time to time. Certain medications can cause it too-what all are you on?

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My husband gets shakes every other morning and while he was on Doxy, he had several episodes of huge rigours shaking his body.

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Mild tremors can be related to bartonella and yes, I get those...

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This is another symptom that can be helped with Magnesium injections plus oral mag tab pills.
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My wife gets them but have been getting better since on Magnesium tabs...
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That's what made me realize that something was definitely wrong with me, after the initial headache, stiff neck, swollen gland, and fever. The shakiness, buzzing/vibrating sensations, and twitching muscles brought me to this site.

I haven't been officially diagnosed with Lyme, but I'm working on that. I'm waiting for the results of my Western Blot and an appointment with a LLMD.

I'm not on any antibiotics, yet, so my symptoms are more than likely caused by Lyme.

My jaw would shake/quiver, especially if I needed to open it wide to take a bite out of a hamburger.

My left side of my body would constantly vibrate/pulsate. I would tell people that I felt like I was vibrating. They would feel my leg and say they didn't feel anything. It was all internal and very annoying.

If this is how I feel without meds, I hate to imagine what I'm going to feel like when I'm put on meds.

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This is my worst symptom. Internal vibrations, not visable shaking or tremoring.

Cinder...you and I are a lot alike with this...I have them left-sided in my elbow area (original bite site) and leg.

What causes me the most trouble is that I have them in my face. And just like you Cinder, if anyone was to touch where I feel them occurring, they wouldn't feel them.

They are the worst when i lay down to sleep. They can keep me up for hours, and are leading to very poor sleep.

They seemed to get worst in Mid Oct, when it started to get cold. I am also starting to have issues with my nasel passages and sinuses. My sinuses are starting to drain and burn after I lay down as well.

I am starting to wonder if this is the Lyme or if it is something like Mold or some other toxicity.

Anyone have any thoughts to this?

B

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