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Wimenin
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For those of you who followed my recent stuff, I had a bout of really strong symptoms (neuro) that came after trying to stop abx treatment after 7 mos. I got back on the abx and things seemed fine, although I also started up a strong anti Candida (yeast) diet at the same time I restarted the abx (two weeks ago).

My question is this..

If I suddenly start having symptoms pop up, is it likely a lyme flare, or..is it now possibly yeast related? Ive read the symptoms for both and they seem to mimic each other quite a bit.

The big difference this time around vs the original lyme crud is itchyness at the scalp, and the rear. My thought would be yeast and things are cleaning out (detoxing), causing the oddities.

This morning Ive also had some dizziness, eye pains, and anx return on top of the scalp bumps/itch and rear itchy issues.

Any thoughts? Lyme? Yeast? or something else?

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Just a follow up...

Its now been 3 weeks on the Candida diet and the bumps on the scalp have started to go away. During that time I also switched shampoos, and the different herx symptoms have subsided.

I did however have a really bad migraine over the weekend, so not sure if thats related or not.

I guess I should also ask this questions...

Does Bb (lyme) get stored in fat cells? If so, when you lose weight, will you start the herxing if you're on abx? I've noticed Ive dropped about 7-9 lbs in 3 weeks being on this no sugar, no yeast diet, and I was wondering if lyme would flare up with losing weight....

Thanks!

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