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swimmeredurp
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It seems that fatigue is my only remaining symptom

of Lyme & Babesiosis. Iam still being treated with

Mepron for the Babesiosis but I don't have

headaches, hot flashes, or even much muscle

twitching anymore. However, I do still feel

fatigued especially that sleepy fatigued

feeling...I feel

like I could just sleep entire days away and that

I could fall asleep at any moment. My LLND said

though that if the fatigue lasts much longer

we'll have to look into things other than Lyme &

Babesiosis. Has anyone else experienced just

fatigue as their symptom...I understand that many

say fatigue is the last symptom to be resolved,

but if everything else seems resolved and the

fatigue is still lingering, is it safe to say

it's not Lyme or Babesiosis? I do get my

Thyroid checked and am on NatureThroid for low

thyroid levels, which may be the culprit of the

fatigue but I always thought the Lyme/babesiosis

was the main agent. Any thoughts would be greatly

appreciated!!!

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Symptoms started summer 2007
Diagnosed CDC verifiable 01/2010
Stopped treatment summer 2011
Treated Babesia Sept.2011-March 2012
Lyme disease free
Diagnosed with mold sickness March 2012
Almost symptom free, still experience fatigue

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Lymetoo
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Could be yeast!

Systemic Yeast and its Importance in Remission:
http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/1/104860#000000

Treat for it and see what happens. Makes me very tired.

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Opinions, not medical advice!

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Lymedin2010
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I know 2 people who got bit a long time ago & treated. Both have tiredness & fatigue as one of the last few symptoms

Person #1: Fatigue, Ear ringing, & Fibromyalgia, where they had 30+ symptoms). So only these symptoms after 18+ years of treatment.

Person #2: Heart issue & Fatigue as the only symptoms after 20+ years of treatment.

One of my 2 theories of fatigue is that it can be either viral or particles left behind by killing of bacteria, but that are not recognized and removed by your White Blood Cells. Another possibility is damaged or altered cellular Mitochondria.

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