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Re: Lyme disease - a neuropsychiatric disease

Posted by Prefect on March 25, 2018, at 19:36:47

In reply to Lyme disease - a neuropsychiatric disease, posted by bleauberry on March 24, 2018, at 6:38:54

20 years ago I came down with hepatitis but tested negative for all hep viruses. Since then I've had a neuropsychiatric illness that involves derealization, panic, anxiety, disassociation, cognitive dysfunction, sensory and balance problems, as well as postural tachycardia and IBS.

I've got a doctor now in Toronto who's trying to convince me I have Lyme disease. I've tested negative for it, but positive for Bartonella and Mycoplasma Pneumonia which are lyme coinfections.

I'm sceptical. I never had the classic Lyme symptoms, or a tick rash, mostly gastrointestinal and neuropsychiatric.

I'm actually seeing him tomorrow. Is it even worth letting him put me on antibiotics after 20 years?! I thought the antibiotics only work if you do it 6 months after infection.




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