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Mountainsky
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Is my EBV whats been giving me trouble?

I don't even know if I had Covid last month or if it was a EBV flare that's been sticking around.

When sick last month I had pain in my upper left quadrant ( spleen area) but then it was gone.

My body pain is relentless everywhere else. I have daily headaches, fatigue never ending, my throat gets sore and tingles alot more now, burning skin, sweating alot more lately. I've had chest pain and even my ears feel like they are filled up with fluid now.

I don't see my LLMD for another 2 weeks.

A year ago along with Bartonella I tested positive for Relapsing Fever as well, could it be the Relapsing Fever coming in like a wrecking ball?

Thanks 💚

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I guess relapsing fever can be found all over the USA now??

Could be that. How long were you treated for it?

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Mountainsky
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Right? When my LLMD told me this last year I kinda scratched my head on that. I paid more attention to the Bartonella thinking that was what was giving me hell.

I researched TBRF and it really gives no mention of the north east. They're finding ticks in the sands or Cali beaches so I guess anything is possible? Wtf

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Only a few months.

I can't remember if the Bicillin shots or the Clarithromycin was what touches TBRF because my LLMD said a abx I was already on can treat it.

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It took 4 years for me to clear Lyme and babesia, so a few months is probably not enough.

Hang in there!

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Absolutely I get it.

Even when I have my own llmd questioning things thats what frightens me.

I am miserable

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This illness started out very complicated, and now it's even more so.

I mean keeping up on what else is in the mix and what to do about it.

I haven't even heard of relapsing fever.

If it means being stiff and sore, and also a low fever that breaks periodically, then goes into low body temp (71), then I have that.

Years ago, an LLMD told me they are learning off the seat of their pants. There's still not enough funds for research and studies, so that continues.

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