light sensitiveness, blurred and foggy vision, pain in eyes(like there was an ointment drop that feels pain), sometimes eyes are a bit reddish(see many veins on the eyes), feeling of sand inside my eye.
i had so many symptoms not just in the eye..hard for me to diagnosed but i feel this is lyme.. all necessary tests were done but all are normal, that's why i googled it already and found out that my symptoms fits with lyme disease.
problem is no LLMD here in the Philippines, i want to be treated just like you guys but i need MD who is willing to work with me
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I have always gotten very red painful eyes and eye balls when treating with anti protozoan treatments.
That has lead me to think that it is from the infections that are protozoan.
Just my own experience and conclusion....
To this day when i add in any anti protozoan medication to the mix I get this horrible reactions and when i look in the mirror my eyes are all bloodshot and it is painful and irritating.
I would keep that in mind and you may have a protozoan infection along with lyme.
Fry Labs reports seeing a protozoan infection in many ill patients.... I believe in the tests and the problem.. of protoozoan infections that are left untreated and not paid attention to enough... in this disease and others...
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My young children used to scream when they would get water in their eyes. My twin boys are 5 and daughter is 3. After a year of treatment, they are finally starting to be able to tolerate water in their eyes a little bit. They still won't put their faces underwater in the pool though.
It could have been that they were just young and not used to the water, but I have a feeling it is lyme related. My boys were much worse with this than my daughter and their cases are worse than hers.