Or ... it could be a tough call because of no definitive testing .. and a slew of non-specific symptoms.
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"However, the failure of short-course (2-4week) antibiotic treatment in 14 (94%) of 15 fibromyalgia patients is consistent with a persistent, inadequately treated infection with B. burgdorferi."
But consider this...
"Diagnosis of Lyme disease by two-tier confirmation fails to detect up to 90% of cases and does not distinguish between acute, chronic, or resolved infection ."