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Joyful
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So...I'm trying to figure out which of my symptoms are straight up Lyme and which ones are Bartonella and Babesia. I *think* the Lyme is under control fairly well and possibly more of my symptoms are the other two co-infections (?).

Hot Flashes
burning feet
Numbness and Tingling (right now it's in a spot on my back)
brain fog (lyme)
pounding heart
the shakes
nausea

I need to search through all the links...but is there a list defining what symptoms belong to which co-infection?

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You sound like you have a lot of bart and babesia.

Lyme and Coinfections Symptom List
http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/1/81386

MY OPINION:

Hot Flashes hmmm...maybe babesia unless you're in menopause
burning feet... bart
Numbness and Tingling (right now it's in a spot on my back) .. lyme ?
brain fog (lyme) could be
pounding heart...babesia
the shakes .. low blood sugar?
nausea... babesia or lyme

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Joyful
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Well...I shouldn't be in Menopause considering I'm only 34, but you never know. My mom did go through it early (at 35)!

I think it's messing with my brain too. I used to know all this stuff and now I can't even remember if the Mepron is for the Babs or what??

Have a call in to my dr. so hopefully she'll get back to me soon...

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Burning feet sounds like bart. Hot flashes can be either bart of babesia but with babesia you usually have drenching sweats. I think the heart issuea and the shakes might be babesia. With bart you often have emotional mental issues different from lyme. Can't remember nouns for instance. Depersonalization, anxiety, depression, anger, insomnia, muscle twitching and headaches are typical.

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