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lymeboi
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I woke up this morning with really sore/sensitive testicles. I've been treated for three years for CLD and coinfections, and I've been on a lot of different meds, but I've never had this particular issue. I'm wondering if anyone has heard of this with Lyme before, has experience with it, etc. I'm currently taking minocycline if that matters...
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Here is an LD sx list, look at #64: http://www.canlyme.com/patsymptoms.html

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Had those symptoms about 11 months ago, lasted 3 days but 1st morning was the worst of it. 10 months later I find I benefit from taking DHEA
supplement daily. Seems to help with certain things. Hope you do not need it. I think it means the Lyme has "lit up your gonads" so they are looking foreign to your immune system.

Just a thought though.

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My husband gets this symptom frequently. It was the worst when he started treatment. Now it comes and goes, and varies in intensity. Never had it before he began treatment. He also takes minocycline.

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Been on three months of abx and it started a month ago. I asked my LLMD last week and he said it happens.
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Carol in PA
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If a body part is sore and sensitive, it is likely due to inflammation.

LED light therapy will reduce inflammation and pain.

Articles about light therapy research:
http://www.elixa.com/light/healing.htm
http://www.photonicenergetics.com/page5.html

SOTA LightWorks
http://www.healingrainbows.com/catalog/item/3324230/4065443.htm

There are also vendors on eBay.

Carol

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