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wealdsteve
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Hi

I keep getting a strange vibration in the side of my left thigh, it is just like a cell phone makes when it is set to vibrate. It only lasts about five seconds. I have also been getting it in my feet. normally on the upper sides. Does anyone know what causes this or what infection it could be related to.Thanks

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I get them too. Sometimes mine is localized and other times it is like my whole body is vibrating from the inside. I can feel it but you can not see it. It is almost like holding a weed eater.
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17hens
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This was one of my husband's first obvious signs of lyme. He also had irritated bowels and sleep deprivation.

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I would say Lyme.

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Do you keep a cell phone in your pocket, ever? If so, it's best not to as that set up a pattern. There is more to it, of course and lyme patients who don't even use cell phones have such vibrations.

But, if you have a cell phone, keep it as far away from you as possible.
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hi keebler

no i never keep my phone in my pocket, it is something that i have suffered with on and off for the past five years but is far worse the last few days. I am twelve weeks into doxy treatment so hope its something doing some good.

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GiGi
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It is clearly when the Autonomic Nervous System is out of balance. Usually when the Sympathetics have taken over! Read up a little bit on that subject. The ANS controls everything that is happening in our body.

There are more than one reason for the autonomics to be out of sync.

Take care.

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I have had this also. Once I was sitting in church and I got them in my side... I thought. I was concerned they came back so strongly. Then I started hearing them and I realized it really was the vibrations of the phone of the person next to me. LOL

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Jasmin, [Smile]

GiGi, So if you have decreased parasympathetic tone, do you think that can be caused by Lyme?

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I have this as a symptom and relate it to lyme.
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Faith6, from my own experience and what I learned from Dr. K., there are many factors that contribute to decreased parasympathetics besides Lyme. Start with mineral depletion. Which is contributed to by wheat sensitivity/malabsorption, causing leaky gut. Heavy Metal toxicity, chemical toxicity, KPU/HPU. Dental infections and root canals. Overgrowth of parasites.

All these are part of the orchestra.

Lyme never happens alone. Many people are infected with Lyme and do not get ill.

Lyme is a multi-factorial disease. And to bring the ANS back into balance again takes working/clearing all these areas mentioned. It is a long haul, but it can be done.

Take care.

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I know that when this was going on with me, I thought for sure, this had to be a neuro lyme symptom.

My doctor listened to all of my symptoms when have since then gone from not just vibration but to electrical shocks.

In any case, he felt mine was Bartonella. I had been through three rounds of treatment for Bart, some of it on IV, so wasn't understanding.

But for whatever reason, this time around, the meds for bart seem to be settling this down a lot.

This is NOT to say that all cases would be Bart. I only wanted to share my similar story.

Best of luck to you and keep us posted.

Cathy

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GiGi, I'm dealing with some of those issues, but see I have a long way to go....

I'm starting to understand more about the complexities of Lyme.... it's mind boggling...

Thanks! Faith

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