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cjbrklich
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I have no idea if this is anything related to Lyme or not. I've heard people talk about air-hunger. I don't think that is what I have but whenever I do any kind of exertions(sp?) I get winded so easily. Even just going up and down stairs. I don't think I'm that out of shape since I can ride my bike 30 miles. Which is really hard because I run out of breath so easily. Maybe I am out of shape. I slept through the winter before I started treatment in April. The fatigue is slowly getting better. And I sweat so easly. I was vacuuming today and the sweat was poring all like I had been running for a long time or something. Also whenever if am biking or anything my nose runs. I know, gross. And before you all tell me not to ride my bike, I do a week long bike ride every year. It's the only thing that keeps me going and to look forward too. If I did'nt do it, I'd have nothing.
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Cindy

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lymebytes
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Air hunger and sweating are absolute classic signs always related to the co-infection Babesia that needs treatment.

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Air-hunger is getting short of breath. I thought it was my asthma acting up in the beginning but the albuterol wasn't helping.

Then got DX with pleurisy.

I still have shortness of breath which could be Babesia or to my understanding C. Pneumonie (which I tested pos for).

I take magnesium per advice from here for the shortness of breath, it seems to help a little.

I also get winded going up and down stairs

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