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Fuel1212
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The past couple weeks I have noticed old symptoms coming back. This has slowly progressed back to a pre-treatment state for me...

My head is always cloudy and I just cannot think. I find myself staring into space all the time.

My whole body burns inside, especially in the morning. I am also cold, which I have not had for a long time. (blood sugar is 85) My muscles will not relax even after epsom baths.

My sleep is junk I wake up tingling and feeling like a mack truck hit me..

Anyways I am at a loss. I am still taking the ceftin/azith and GSE. This makes me think there may be something else going on like a Co?

I felt good for at least 5 months, would this be possible with a Coinfection like Bart or Babs?

Any help or ideas would really help
Fuel

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momlyme
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For me, those feelings were mold.

I have Bart and Lyme too... my son, bart, lyme, babesia, ehrilicia, myco. pneu.,

Mold kicked our butt. Made us feel exactly like you describe. Brain fog and like a truck hit us.

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Toxic mold was suppressing our immune systems, causing extreme pain, brain fog and magnifying symptoms. Four days after moving out, the healing began.

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Fuel1212
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If it is mold, why would I feel so good for so long and then bad now?

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momlyme
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I don't know.

The world is a toxic place.

I do think the reason people don't get well is because toxins in the environment are keeping them down...

I did all kinds of experiments/testing before I found out our problem was mold.

I just heard about a guy who has been sick for years and found out it was radon in the soil keeping him ill...

Just look for the cause. It could be lyme/ coinfections... or...

If there is any moisture or possible leak which may be causing mold... look into it.

If not look for other contributing factors.

Mold was our issue. Find yours.

I wish I could help more. I really do.

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Fuel1212
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One more question if you don't mind?

If I wanted to have my house tested for molds, what do I need to know? Any important information that you can think of?

Thanks for your replies

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Yes, test mold and treat parasites. Pm Seek, he knows about a post with a mold testing which was cheap or just use the search function.
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