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chollay
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Hi again,
I was wondering if anyone's symptoms are worse at night and first thing in the morning. I usually have a really bad backache/sciatica in the morning which works itself out in a hour or so and I have really bad restless legs at night and if I sit during the day. I am waiting for my appointment with a lyme doctor.
Thanks

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Starfall1969
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I went through a period where things were worse at night--anxiety, twitching, air hunger,

It did get better with treatment.

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sutherngrl
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I definetly feel worse in the mornings. I wake up with a horrible headache, but it gets better once I get up and moving. At night I am extremely tired and seem to notice the pain more then.

This is actually am improvement for me. I have been in treatment for a year and a half. I use to feel awful 24/7.

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HorRIBLE symptoms after lying down 30 minutes...the tiwtching goes insane.
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During exercise I can`t actually feel symptoms at all, but after exercise especially muscle twitching gets much worse for a while. Somekind of tiny herx possibly?
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