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jennyflyer
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Wondering if anyone else has this experience. Sometimes when I jog/run, the pain in my face/ears/neck gets a lot worse while I'm doing it and then remains for a while after.

As I'm slowly getting better and trying to build up my stamina, I've tried to increase my days of runnign to 2-3 times a week. Mostly I stick to walking, pilates and light weights but there are times it happens with those as well.

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any runners? up we go; no experience
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I used to play tennis, but I can't anymore. I tried with my daughter and all my muscles got stiff then started to shake. I could barely get off the court. It was scary. It lasted a couple hours.

I still try to stay as active as I can, but I notice when I overdue it, like with yardwork, for example, I pay the price.

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Jennifer,

Where are you with your lyme treatment? Aerobic exercise is not advised until nearly better.

So, assuming you are pretty far along with treatment, you might take a look at your liver support. If the liver is stressed too much, that can cause some of the symptoms you experience. Are you taking Milk Thistle, NAC or ALA?

Massage might be helpful - or there are lots of other suggestions here:

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http://www.ilads.org/lyme_disease/B_guidelines_12_17_08.pdf

Dr. Burrascano'sTreatment Guidelines (2008) - 37 pages


Page 27 lists supportive information;

pages 31-32 offers advice on a safe exercise plan and physical rehabilitation schedule.

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http://www.lymepa.org/Nutritional_Supplements.pdf

Nutritional Supplements in Disseminated Lyme Disease

J.J. Burrascano, Jr., MD (2008)

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Thanks for the suggestions. No, I'm not taking Milk Thistle or the other two items you mentioned, Keebler, but perhaps it's time to do so.

I'm almost 2 years into treatment, well this time. Infected 20 years ago and treated back then.

I get my liver functions checked every other month, so I guess my LLMD would say something if the results were off, but it can't hurt to introduce those supplements.

I'm definitely doing better but still have the pain and fatigue most days, although my bad days are what my good days used to be. So I'm slowly getting better.

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