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Nal
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My skin burning pain has come back after being gone for quite a long time. I am in treatment with an alternative dr so I am not on any antibiotics.

I was doing great for a long time then this past week I spent some time in the sun. I didn't burn or anything cuz i wore sunscreen. The next day the all over body skin burning pain was back.

Anyone else really dealing with this? It sucks! Its always been one of my worst Lyme/bart symptoms and I hate it.

Nancy

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It's baaack! You need to retreat. Sorry. Burning skin is the release of biotoxins.

I'm sorry, but maybe if you get it in time, your relapse will be brief.

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Nal
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I did have a detox this past Friday. I may have to call again on Monday and let them know whats going on. This sucks and it hurts!!

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Hope you are feeling better soon!

Ouch ouch!!

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Nal
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I really do wonder if its from toxins building up suddenly or if its a major herx. I always get like this at times around my monthly cycle and this month I am being hit HARD.

Believe it or not, I am making progress with my treatments! I love my dr and the things he has been doing with me. If I am not better tomorrow, Ill call him and see what he wants to do.

I also need to get my b-12 injections refilled. I take methyl b-12 injections and they do help an awful lot!!

Anyone else get this awful skin pain?

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Ouch again... Nal...

Was thinking about you and hoping you were doing better with this. Stopped in to check on you.

Hope the doctor has some answers. Sorry I can't help you ease the pain. The ONLY thing that comes to mind is soaking in a tub of tea bags. YEARS ago they said when I was little to ease the sunburn pain I should soak in a tub with tea bags.

Why, I don't know. But it was something about the tannic acid in tea that they thought would help.

I am NOT recommending this... just thinking out loud here. I do remember it helped though.

I really hope you feel better soon.

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Oops! I mis-spoke.

Don't soak in a tub full of tea bags... that is not what I meant. I meant to say to soak in a tub of WATER that has tea bags added to it.

I just got this picture in my mind after re-reading my post... and thought how goofy someone would look sitting in a dry tub surrounded by dry tea bags!

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Hope this clears it up!

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Nal
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LOL, that would have been quite an image! Im so on fire now from head to toe!! Grrrrr. I did see my llmd this morning. He did a detox treatment again. We'll see how I feel by tomorrow. Also, he is starting me on some lyrica.

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