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lyme in Putnam
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Anyone? I dream constantly,past stuff, people, things and when I wake up, I feel more depersonalized/derealized. Almost catatonic for the day and not myself. When the bubble pops of this state of mind, its just me, my life, my personality and my lyme. Curious if this happens to anyone? Thanks

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Pocono Lyme
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The vivid dreams, depersonalization and derealization go away for me with babesia treatment.

Nasty bug!

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I had constant vivid dreams also, they were almost always of planes crashing, or violence, or past events and family. Some so vivid, I would wake up crying or scared.

I've been under homeopathic care from a classical homeopath for the last year. I have zero dreams of planes crashing, most of my dreams are still somewhat vivid, but the violence has left them and they are about mundane current events that i soon forget.

I'm a newbie, btw. Just got Igenex results, have probably been infected for at least 8 years. Not sure if I am co-infected.

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It is very exhaustive. It went away once further in treatment.

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Suspected Lyme 07 Test neg One band migrating in IgG region
unable to identify.Igenex Jan.09IFA titer 1:40 IND
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31 +++ 34 IND 39 IND 41 IND 83-93 +
DX:Neuroborreliosis

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I have always had vivid dreams, but yeah, I have periods where the dreams get really vivid and really weird. I've actually taken to journaling them because even when they're not realistic, the dreams sometimes seem to hang on for a whole day and I have trouble shaking them.
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Yep. Been there done that. But hang in there & don't lose hope; they should subside after further abx treatment. Or at least mine did. Good luck. God bless. Buzz

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