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tiffagoo
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The last few days I have had twitiching in my head. At first I thought there was a bug in my hair, but I discovered it wasn't on my scalp it was inside. It's kind of freaky because it's always in the same exact spot. Has anyone else had this before?

It seems to happen about 3 times a day now. Usually starts in the afternoon. It is so annoying because I just want it to stop.

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Starfall1969
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Yes, I get this from time to time, and not only on my head, but in other places as well.

No idea what causes it, but it is freaky and annoying.

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MDW005
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I am the same as starfall... other places as well.

Not as severe as it was before, better with treatment

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carly
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Anything like this?

http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/1/80640

I still have feelings like that in my brain. Never passed out or anything from it.

Although it felt very close to it a few times.

I think bart is responsible, at least for me.

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abigail
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I have felt like there were spiders crawling around in my head for years. Very distracting.

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glm1111
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Parasitis and worms can cause these symptoms and you are not imagining this. GiGi and sparkle have been posting about this and so have I. Antiparasitics are important in getting rid of lyme disease.

Check out

www.lymephotos.com

Gael

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MDW005
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Gael,

You have mentioned parsites so many times. I don't think anyone is hearing you or if they are,
they aren't doing anything.

I'm not being ugly I just don't understand why we keep getting the same posts.

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glm1111
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MD,

The reason I keep repeating it is because so many people are so sick and they are only focused on Lyme and the co infections. They are not understanding that in order to really get well, they have to go after the parasites.

You don't realize how many people pm me in regards to this matter. So it is not in vain that I keep posting this. Also there are many newbies everyday (like I once was) who don't have a clue about this.

If I hadn't read the info posted by GiGi and the lymephotos site about parasites I would be dead!!

FYI,

Dr. K., one of the leading LLMDs in the country, makes treating parasites and worms his priority before he goes after any other infections.

If that is the case, then I would think it is IMPERATIVE for people suffering so badly and not getting anywhere, that any information that they don't have be put out there even if it has to be repeated more than once.

Bottom Line is if people aren't getting it that is out of my control, but at least I know I will have tried to help.

P. S.

I made this a promise to the powers that be, if I was shown what was keeping me so sick after 4 yrs of abx, I would help in any way I can. I hope this answers your question in some way.

Gael

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MDW005
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sorry. When you put it like that I was out of line.

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glm1111
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No problem. Apology accepted.... I do understand why it would seem monotonous if you didn't know my purpose.

Be Well.

Gael

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