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MariaP
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I get these areas on my head that are very painful and sensitive to touch. It is kind of like a burning pain and seems to get worse with herx. My LLMD never heard of this. Does anyone else get this symptom?

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In my case, these symptoms were from babesia (plasmodium) as well as a babesia die-off. Fungal issues may have also played a part.

Other things might cause these symptoms... this is only how it was for me.

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YES! Absolutely I experienced that alot

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I am so glad I'm not going crazy.

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I don't get the burning pain, but I often have areas in my head that feel like someone is pouring ice water just under my skull.

I was so relieved that the MRI showed nothing--I thought I had bleeding in my brain or something.

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Yes, I get it in different places around my head.

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Hi Everyone,

I was told this SX is from Bart.

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I don't know if this is the same thing but I get sore scalp patches. They don't burn but they are sore. ??
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