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jenn
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Can anyone share a list of what the Neuro Symptoms are for Lyme and Co's?

And if you have ANY of the Neuro symptoms...would this indicate a harder treatment and recovery? [confused]

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Headache. Like a band around your head. Neck pain. Trouble sleeping deep sleep, never waking up rested. Run to your doctor.

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Bad short term memory, word search

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At first, I thought I had restless leg syndrome. Twitchy, creepy/ crawly. I would have parts of my body" fall asleep", or so I thought. Like my scalp or back. It wasn't until I got the Lyme diagnosis that I realized this is not something that happens to healthy people. My memory has been fading over the years, but again, I thought everyone had this. I am only 35, so it is far from normal.

That was all the years leading up to the last year. Now I cannot speak without confusing myself. I can't multitask, which I was a master at before. I get so confused. I can't remember how to drive in the city I have lived in for close to 20 years. My muscles constantly twitch and jerk. My hands and feet burn for half an hour at a time. Sometimes it feels as though I have electricity running through my bones. I think there might be something to that as I am always burn out lamps when I turn them on.

And a general fog that does not go away. Does this help? I know there is more, but at least this is pretty close. My biggest issues now are neurological. I think they always were, I just didn't realize it for so long. I am about to start treating with bicillin, and I pray it helps. Not sure how long it will take, but I am ready.

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jenn
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Searching4truth....

are you serious about burning out lamps?? OMG, or did i read this wrong?

Sometimes it feels as though I have electricity running through my bones. I think there might be something to that as I am always burn out lamps when I turn them on.

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list here:

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Jenn, I am totally serious! Sometimes they sound like they have exploded! It happens way too often to be coincidence.
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